The contract is for a period of five years, effective from Sept 1, the company said in a statement.
This project award extends AWC’s involvement in the commercial and healthcare segments, which is in addition to the maintenance works undertaken by the group under the concession segment from the Federal Government for the states of Johor, Malacca, Negri Sembilan and Sarawak, it said.
The TBS is a new main long-distance bus terminal in Kuala Lumpur which integrates with the Bandar Tasik Selatan Rail Interchange Station and together forms the TBS-BTS 24-hour integrated transportation hub, it added.
Commenting on the contract award, managing director and group chief executive officer, Datuk Ahmad Kabeer, said: “By securing the TBS contract, it further enhances our facilities division’s portfolio and increases the group’s outstanding orderbook.
AWC shares slipped half a sen to close at 75 sen on Thursday, with 12.577 million shares traded.