LOH & Loh Corp Bhd is bidding for construction projects locally and overseas to boost its existing order book of RM350mil, managing director Jason Loh said.
We are looking at India where we have submitted bids for two projects worth about RM200mil, he told a press conference after the company's AGM in Kuala Lumpur yesterday.
Of the two bids in India, one is for a water project and the other, a road.
The construction company was also looking at projects in Brunei, Loh added.
Some of the new projects it secured last year were Taman Wetland phase 2 in the Precinct 13 of Putrajaya; school complex (phase 2) and other ancillary works at the Precinct 11 of Putrajaya; and the Georgetown Priority Sewerage Scheme involving the upgrading of a pump station in Penang.
Through its subsidiary Water Engineering Technology Sdn Bhd, Loh & Loh has secured an exclusive agreement with Rocla Ltd - one of the largest concrete companies in Australia - to manufacture a product known as gross pollutant trap for use in drainage systems.
Going forward, Loh hopes that some of the infrastructure projects such as the interstate water supply system would take off.