Developer completes project ahead of schedule

The Emira Residences and Urban Retail project aims to offer the finest of modern lifestyle choices.

OSK Property has attained another milestone for its commitment in delivering quality homes for its customers.

The effort was illustrated in the recent Quality Assessment System for Building Construction Works (Qlassic) score of 80.28% with its Emira Residences and Urban Retail project in Shah Alam, completed ahead of schedule.

Strategically located in the heart of Shah Alam, Emira Residences and Urban Retail neighbours the most exciting choices for vibrant lifestyle in Section 13.

Contemporary in style and design, the newly completed residence is a mixed development comprising residential and urban retail units ranging from 614sq ft to 1,238sq ft, alongside cosy green touches that complement the urban lifestyle.

It provides a bustling commercial front on one end and a pristine sanctuary on the other.

“OSK Property is positively progressing in delivering quality homes such as Emira upon a successful prop-con initiative that was implemented since 2016.

“Leveraging on OSK Group’s strengths in construction and manufacturing of building materials, the prop-con initiative has been progressively raising the standards of our delivery.

“With the recent Qlassic score reaching 80.28%, we believe that the organisation is moving in a strategic direction that will consistently strive towards delivering better value to our customers,” said OSK Property chief executive officer Ong Ghee Bin.

Qlassic is carried out by competent assessors appointed by Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia to assess and evaluate primarily the quality of workmanship of building projects based on this standard.

This quality assessment score has set a new benchmark for OSK Property to move forward in delivering quality homes.

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