AWC-Techkem JV bags RM21mil sub-contract for treatment plant in Melaka


KUALA LUMPUR (Bernama) -- AWC Bhd and its joint-venture partner have secured a sub-contract worth RM20.87 million from Aliran Intelek Sdn Bhd to design and build a compact water treatment plant in Melaka.

The sub-contract was awarded on Nov 30 to a joint venture (JV) between AWC’s wholly-owned subsidiary DD Techniche Sdn Bhd (DDT) and the Techkem group, comprising subsidiaries Techkem Utilities Sdn Bhd and Techkem Resources Sdn Bhd.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, AWC said the sub-contract works were civil and structural as well as and mechanical and electrical works.

The main contract began on Oct 28 and the works are expected to be completed by June 15, 2021.

"The works include engineering, supply, installation and construction, supervision, testing and commissioning for the implementation and execution of the overall entire 30 MLD (million litres per day) packaged water treatment plant at Chin-Chin water treatment plant in Jasin.

"Pursuant to Clause 6.1 of the JV agreement dated Oct 15, 2020, DDT and Techkem have agreed to participate in the project on a 20:80 basis, respectively," it said.

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