East Coast Expressway Phase 2
MTD was awarded the contract to design and construct Package 10 of ECE2 in September 2006. The total length for Package 10 is 79 kilometers stretching from Bukit Besi Interchange at KM99.7 to Bukit Payung Interchange at KM163 with a distance of 63.3 KM, and branching off from the main line towards Federal Road 14 (Bukit Payung Spur Road) with a distance of 15.7 KM.
Taman Len Seng, Kuala Lumpur
The Len Seng project was awarded to MTD by Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL) in 2004 to upgrade, widen and rehabilitate KL roads (or known as Taman Len Seng Project) to ease congestion in the surrounding area.
The Len Seng upgrading project has been completed in November 2009. DBKL made its final inspection on 19th November 2009. The road is now open to public in December 2009.
Dubai Metro Project
ACPM, a subsidiary of MTD-ACPI Engineering Berhad was awarded the supply of precast tunnel lining segment of approximately 6,500 rings for Dubai Metro Rail for:
- Phase 1 – Red Line stretching from Rashidiya to Jebel Ali Port (3.5km)
- Phase 2 – Green Line stretching from Airport Free Zone to Health Care City (5.9km)
Commencement of project was April 2006 and was successfully completed in December 2008.
Delhi Metro Project
This project involves the supply, delivery and installation of precast segments for Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) system under Package BC9. Package BC9 involves the design and construction of viaduct of 4.784km in length from Ch 9.707 to Ch 14.491 including structural works for 4 elevated stations at Nanglao, Nanglao Railway Station, Rajdhani Park and Munka on the Inderlock-Munka Corridor for Phase II to Delhi MRTS.
A total of 156 spans were erected using 3 launch girders to erect the segmental box girders and 3 gantries for parapet installation. We are in the final stage of completing this project and schedule for an overall completion by end of July 2009.
Jamarat Bridge, Mina
This project involves the improvement of Jamarat Bridge and the Surrounding Area in Mina, Saudi Arabia. We worked as one of the sub-contractors to Saudi Bin Ladin Group for this project.
Our scope of works comprises casting (80% of total casting works) and installation of precast segments including post tensioning works. The project was successfully completed in November 2009.
South Luzon Expressway, Manila
MTD Construction (Philippines) Inc. (MTDCPI) was awarded a turnkey contract by South Luzon Tollway Corporation (SLTC) to undertake the rehabilitation and upgrading of the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX).
SLEX is divided into three main packages; Toll Road 1 (TR1), Toll Road 2 (TR2) and Toll Road 3 (TR3). The total project cost is RM 678 million ( 8.5 billion Pesos).
TR1 involves a full rehabilitation and upgrading of the existing 1 km 6-lane Alabang Viaduct to 8 lanes.
TR2 involves a full rehabilitation and expansion of the existing toll road from Alabang, Muntinlupa City to Santa Rosa from four lanes to eight lanes and from Santa Rosa to Calamba from four lanes to six lanes for a total length of 27.4 KM.
TR3 is the construction of a new 4-lane toll road from Calamba to Sto Tomas in Batangas.
Toll commerced in May 2010 upon handover of operations and maintenance from PNCC to Manila Toll Expressways System (MATES).