Overall view of greater KL

As the capital and commercial heart of the country, the Greater Kuala Lumpur (KL)/Klang Valley NKEA (National Key Economics Area) represents a crucial component in the plan to transform Malaysia into a high-income nation by 2020. The overall aim is to transform the region into a world-class metropolis that will boast top standards in every area from business infrastructure to liveability.

By 2020, the NKEA is projected to create 300,000 new jobs through the implementation of ten Entry Point Projects (EPPs) & 2 BOs.
Whereas, sewerage infrastructure projects are under EPPs #5 – River Of Life and BOs 3 – Non River Of Life.

Kota Menara Ufuk Sdn Bhd (KMUSB)
KMU is proud to be a participant in the ROL & Sewerage Non River Projects, especially in the main package such as D46 - Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, D47 - Petaling Jaya North, D52 - Puchong. The below projects indication are the project awarded to Kota Menara Ufuk Sdn Bhd.

"D" Package  Project -  Sewer Network Projects under Greater KL

The Government of Malaysia (the Government) through its agency, Jabatan Perkhidmatan Pembetungan (JPP) plans to implement a regional sewerage system including a regional sewage treatment plant and modernization of sewer network for the congested area and locations. Package D46, D47 & D52 are part of the project initiative by the said authority, which has successfully secured by Kota Menara Ufuk Sdn Bhd.The total value of these 3 major projects are amounting to a approximate to RM459mil.

Implementation of the aforesaid regional sewerage scheme seeks to comprehensively provide coverage of approximate 85KM sewerage services thereby improving the quality of the surrounding environment through a process of rationalization of multi-point sewage treatment plants (STP) accompanied by sewering of premises currently served by individual on-site systems whilst allowing for future flows from potential development areas. All such flows will be diverted into a new regional sewer network eventually leading to a central sewage treatment plant (CSTP). The regional system when completed, will significantly improve the surrounding river water quality and its tributaries through the corresponding reduction of sewage pollution loads made possible by the new regional sewerage system as opposed to the existing obsolete system of fragmented and small sewage treatment plants (STPs) and other ad-hoc provisions that frequently do not adhere to environmental requirements.

Regionalization and rationalization of existing multi-point STPs will realise the primary goal of significant river water quality improvement effected from a much higher treatment efficiency provided by a regional plant. Regionalization and rationalization concepts have been proven in the long term, to result in savings in terms of both capital and operation & maintenance costs, while ensuring that public health and the environment particularly precious surface water resources continue to be safeguarded.

We, Kota Menara Ufuk Sdn Bhd is proudly being awarded as the winner of Best  Contractor 2014 in monitoring and execution of JPPs' sewerage project under categories of project more challenging projects within year 2014 to 2017. The scope of projects including a coverage of 85KM sewerage services, approximate 51KM by trenchless method and 34KM by pen trench method. These three projects may bring us to a new chapter of success and mark a wonderful milestone in the history of Kota Menara Ufuk Sdn Bhd.
"B" Package Project - Upgrading of STP Projects under Greater KL

In view of the Greater KL project, Goverment of Malaysia has identified  several Category 3 & 2 Sewerages Treatment Plants ( STPs) in Klang Valley need to be upgraded ro Category 1 Standard A Mechanised Activated Sludge (AS) - Suspended Growth System with specified Population Equivalent (PE). These Plants would require approximate upgrading and modification in order to comply with the Category 1 Standard A Effluent Standards. The upgrading and modification to these STPs are deemed crucial because of the following : 

- Increasingly stringent discharge standards imposed on wastewatr treatment facilities that may require plant's capability to remove nutrients and/or other specified pollutions.

- Desire to alleviate the direct impact of treated effluent to the River of Life catchment with improved the treated influent quality.

- The needs to rehabilitation the existing that are currently not able to meet the DOE gazetted standards especially on the nutrient removal.

- Existing equipment, facilities and/or technology may be obsolete or may have exceeded their economical life span or may not be consistently reliable to assure consistent compliance to the effluent quality. Thus it is critical to upgrade and improve the plants' reliability  and operational efficient and cost effective technology.

- Risks beyond control for example flooding, structure failures, landslide and erosion.

KMUSB has actively participating "B" Package Project - Sewerage Treatment Plant Upgrading projects. There are 3 majors upgradin projects awarded to KMUSB, which is B25- Dengkil and Semenyih area, B28- Rawang and Kajang area and B37 -  Bang and Semenyih area. Total of 15 nos STP and 306,080E upgrading work had been done for these 3 projects.  

D47 - Petaling Jaya North

The Penchala Pantai sewerage catchment area comprises of major urbanised corridor in the south-eastern part of the Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) jurisdiction. The catchment is divided into two zones; the Penchala Pantai North which is located to the north of the Federal Highway and the Penchala Pantai South to the south of the highway.



D46 - Damansara Kuala Lumpur

The Damansara catchment is covered by two local authority jurisdictions, which are Majlis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya (MBPJ) and Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL). The Damansara catchment was created to serve approximately 404 hectare areas within Kuala Lumpur specifically Taman Tun Dr.Ismailand its boundary being Jalan Damansara.



D52 - Puchong

The Puchong sewerage catchment is located under 3 local authorities, Dewan Bandaraya Kuala Lumpur (DBKL), Masjis Bandaraya Petaling Jaya and Majlis Perbandaran Subang Jaya. The total area for Puchong Sewerage Catchment is about approximately 3900 hectare.The catchment is drained by number of relatively small rivers which discharge into Sungai Kelang.