Fajarbaru wins RM13.33mil contract from Malaysia Airports


Fajarbaru group CEO Datuk Seri Eric Kuan Khian Leng

KUALA LUMPUR: Fajarbaru Builder Group Bhd has secured an RM13.33mil contract from Malaysia Airports (Sepang) Sdn Bhd to improve and upgrade a fire engineering system at KLIA Terminal 1 of the KL International Airport.

In a filing with Bursa Malaysia, Fajarbaru said its wholly-owned subsidiary, Fajarbaru Builder Sdn Bhd (FBSB) received a letter of award from Malaysia Airports for the contract.

The contract involves the improvement and upgrading of the fire engineering system, along with other related works, at the Existing Satellite Building, KLIA Terminal 1.

The contract is for 11 months commencing on April 22, 2024 and shall be completed on March 21, 2025.

Group CEO Datuk Seri Eric Kuan Khian Leng said securing this contract demonstrated its expertise and credibility in the construction industry, and reaffirms its position as a trusted partner in critical infrastructure projects.

“This contract also marks the continuation of our excellent working relationship with Malaysia Airports, which has resulted in our collaboration on key construction and infrastructure projects over the years.

“We thank Malaysia Airports for their trust in our capabilities and look forward to a successful partnership.”

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