Corporate Profile
MTD ACPI Engineering Berhad (MTDACPI or the Group) is an investment holding company with an extensive record of accomplishment in the construction of mountain roads, highways, bridges, building geotechnical works, erosion control and highway maintenance. The Group is also involved in the manufacturing of precast concrete products for infrastructure and buildings as well as employs the Industrialised Building System (IBS) methodology. Previously known as ACP Industries Berhad and initially listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad on 3 January 1995, MTDACPI adopted its current name on 8 May 2007.

The Group’s Construction and Engineering segment has extensive experience in the development of mountain roads, highways, bridges, building geotechnical works, erosion control and highway maintenance. The Group has successfully completed, among others, the 36-kilometre South Luzon Expressway in the Philippines, as well as the Kuala Lumpur-Karak Highway and the East Coast Expressway (Phases 1 and 2) in Malaysia. It also completed a four-floor multistorey car park project for the Putra Light Rail Transit Terminal using the IBS methodology.

MTDACPI’s Manufacturing segment, which offers a full range of precast concrete products, is able to undertake various infrastructure projects across the Asian region. The manufacturing operation, which specialises in the IBS methodology, offers all types of bridge crossings, tunnel linings, railway sleepers, earthwork retaining structures, drains and other noncustom designs.

The Group made its maiden foray into the Middle East by undertaking improvements to the six-storey Jamarat Bridge and its surrounding areas in Mina, Saudi Arabia. This involved undertaking casting and installation of over 5,000 precast concrete segmental box girders totalling 15 kilometres, as well as carrying out post-tensioning works. The precast segmental box girders were manufactured at our factory in Bahra, Jeddah to ensure maximum efficiency.

In the United Arab Emirates (UAE), MTDACPI is undertaking a project to enhance Abu Dhabi’s Sewerage System that stretches 16 kilometres. A manufacturing facility was set up in Abu Dhabi and thereafter mass production kicked off to supply the 10,688 tunnel segment rings required for this project.

The Group also produced and supplied precast reinforced concrete tunnel linings for the Dubai Metro Project – a key effort to ease traffic congestion and improve efficiency in the fast growing emirate. A production facility was set up to produce and supply 110,000 cubic metres of concrete products for the underground portions of the metro system.

In India, MTDACPI was involved in the Delhi Metro Project by way of undertaking design and construction works on an elevated viaduct that was 4.8 kilometres long, as well as structural works for four elevated stations on the Inderlok-Mundka Corridor of Phase II of the Delhi MRT project.

Closer to home, the Group has also taken part in the Singapore MRT System project as well as undertaken works on the Singapore-Malaysia Bridge. It also successfully completed the works for the Kuala Lumpur SMART Tunnel, which is the longest storm water tunnel in South East Asia and the second longest in Asia. MTDACPI was also part of the consortium that completed the Penang Bridge, the longest in South East Asia. Following this project, it was awarded a contract to cast precast segmental box girders for the Penang 2nd Bridge Crossing.

More recently, MTDACPI was awarded a package for the MRT System project for Greater Kuala Lumpur, and a contract for the Fourth Lane Widening for the Sg Buloh to Rawang stretch of the North South Expressway.

Being part of the AlloyMtd Group, MTDACPI is one of Malaysia’s foremost infrastructure companies involved in privatised infrastructure development, construction and engineering, property development as well as other construction related activities.
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