Icons with extraordinary characteristics such as ground-breaking design, technological innovation or other pioneering forms, often transcend their original purposes to become indelible features of the landscape – defining moments and setting new standards that continues to inspire. Minconsult delivers icons.
Minconsult‘s extensive project experience has honed our engineering acumen, enabling us to transform challenges into champions. We are proud to lay claim to iconic projects ranging from structures and transportation to infrastructure and advisory.
List of Minconsult’s Iconic Projects
- CapSquare Tower, 2011
- Ganendra Art House, described by The Wall Street Journal as an “experimental tropical structure”, 2011
- Ampersand Condominiums, 2010.
- The National Sewerage Replanting Project – Bunus, Kuala Sawah, Sunggala and Sungai Udang, 2008
- Georgetown Conurbation, Flood Mitigation and Draignage project, 2008
- Asian Institute of Medicine Science and Technology (AIMST), 2008
- 1 Sentral, 2007.
- Electriﬁed Double Track Project from Rawang to Ipoh, 2007
- MAS A-380 Hangar Project. The longest clear span structure in the world, 2007
- Bukit Jalil National Sports Complex. With a seating capacity of 100,000, this is the largest fabric roof cover outdoor stadium in Southeast Asia, 1998.
- Mid Valley City infrastructure, retail, ofﬁce complexes and basement. Kuala Lumpur, 1998.
- Kertih Port. Major Oil and Gas port in South East Asia, 1998.
- Lumut Power Station. A combined cycle gas power station built on a green ﬁeld in record breaking time, 1997
- Ramada Renaissance Hotel Complex. Kuala Lumpur, 1997
- Combined Generation Transmission and Distribution Power Utility (Kulim Hi-Tech Park), 1996
- Putrajaya Road Network, 1995
- International Financial Park Labuan, 1994.
- Kota Damansara township development, 1993
- Pergau Hydro-electric Dam, 1991.
- Cable landing facilities for the underwater power transmission cable from Labuan to Beaufort, 1990
- New Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE), 1988.
- Ramps connecting Jalan Kuching and Jalan Tun Ismail (packages I & II), 1982.
- Penang Trafﬁc Dispersal scheme, 1979.
- Kapar Power Station. Supplies more than 10% of nation’s power capacity. Continuous involvement since 1978.