Construction and engineering conglomerate named most outstanding company

Gamuda Bhd deputy group managing director Mohammed Rashdan Mohd Yusof (third from left), Gamuda Engineering managing director Justin Chin Jing Ho (fourth from left) and team with Asiamoney editor Rashmi Kumar (left) at the award ceremony in Singapore.

AN INFRASTRUCTURE corporation has been named “Overall Most Outstanding Company” in Malaysia, as voted by global financial institutions through Asiamoney Asia’s Outstanding Companies Poll 2022.

Gamuda Bhd also clinched the “Most Outstanding Company in Malaysia for Construction and Engineering” sector for the fourth consecutive year, solidifying its position and reliability as the country’s leading engineering and construction company.

Over 900 fund managers, analysts, bankers and rating agencies participated in the poll to recognise public-listed companies that were the most outstanding within their sectors and markets.

Gamuda was lauded for driving sustainability by introducing the Gamuda Green Plan 2025, which is the value driver of its business aspects.

The growth of the group was also underscored by its capabilities in making engineering breakthroughs and digital construction.

Among its notable solutions was pioneering the world’s first dual-purpose Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel (SMART) and the world’s first Autonomous Tunnel Boring Machine (A-TBM).

Gamuda’s global presence is across nine countries and this year, it won five regional projects, including the Sydney Metro West-Western Tunnelling Package and Coffs Harbour Bypass projects in Australia.

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