NEWS

April 2021

Gearing for Green Buildings

April 8, 2021 @ 12:00am LETTERS: Green buildings are not a common topic in Malaysia. The upcoming Earth Day on April 22, therefore, will be a golden opportunity to promote green buildings and reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. According to the World Green Building Council, a "green" building is one, in its design, construction or operation, reduces and can create a positive...

BMSPA 2021: One Man’s Sterling Model of a Green Home- S11 House

April 09, 2021   Editor’s Choice Malaysia’s Exemplary Sustainable Home 2021 + Below 10 Years Specialised Category (Special Mention) S11 House About  a decade ago, award-winning architect and past president of the Malaysian Institute of Architects (PAM), Dr Tan Loke Mun, set out on a mission to find out if he could achieve the Malaysian Green Building Index (GBI) Platinum – the highest rating...

BMSPA 2021: Sustainability is at its core – IPC Shopping Centre

April 09, 2021   10 Years and Above Retail (Silver) IPC Shopping Centre Located in the suburb of Mutiara Damansara, Petaling Jaya (PJ) in Selangor, IPC is the first of many shopping centres anchored by the IKEA home furnishing store in Malaysia and in the region – set up by global corporation Ikano Group’s IKEA Southeast Asia and Mexico. According to IPC Shopping Centre (IPC) general manager...

Sime Darby Motors Optimistic of Achieving Better Sales This Year

Monday, 12 Apr 2021, 12:33 PM MYT   PETALING JAYA: Sime Darby Motors Malaysia is optimistic of achieving better sales performance this year in line with the forecast industry growth of about eight per cent. Jeffrey Gan, its managing director of retail and distribution for Malaysia, said the improved outlook would also be driven by at least 10 new launches by the...

March 2021

RM9.3 million upgrading project for Penang Hill commences

March 20, 2021 @ 2:10pm   GEORGE TOWN: The Penang Hill Corporation (PHC) today launched the Penang Hill Upper Station upgrading project (phase 4), one of its largest hill enhancement works, at a cost of RM9.3 million. With the aim to expand the waiting halls and facilities at the Penang Hill Upper Station, the expansion project is expected to improve visitors' experience...