Main contractor of KLIA2 to appeal fine for delay


The unfinished taxiway of KLIA2. Tee (inset) says there have been many last-minute requests and additional changes made by stakeholders of the new airport.

SEPANG: UEM-Bina Puri JV, the main contractor of KLIA2, is appealing against the liquidated and ascertained damages (LAD) fine slapped on it by Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB).

Bina Puri Construction Sdn Bhd director Henry Tee Hock Hin said the joint venture (JV) would appeal based on the terms and conditions of the contract that stated that the contractor could appeal for an extension of time (EOT) to finish up the work, as there had been many last-minute requests and additional changes made by stakeholders.

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