Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) is the national biggest conglomerate in the airport and aviation industry. The core activities include the management, operation and maintenance as well as development of airports. We were proud to be part of the company’s achievement when we had been appointed as a Value Management consultant in undertaking the VM services […]
Once again, our President Sr Dr Mohd Mazlan Che Mat was invited by the Economic Planning Unit (EPU) to present the successfullness of the application of Value Management for the proposed Institute Aminuddin Baki’s project in Sarawak to the Economic Council on 8 March 2010 chaired by the Prime Minister himself. Letter of Invitation by EPU It […]
A pilot project was initiated by Economic Planning Unit (EPU), Prime Minister’s Department to apply the systematic VM methodology for the Proposed Institut Aminuddin Baki, Kuching,Sarawak. The project provides training facilities in education leadership and management to professional officers in order to enhance Sarawak, Sabah and Federal Territory of Labuan’s education. MCM Value Sdn. Bhd. managed to save […]
We have saved BILLIONS of Ringgit Malaysia for Public Expenditures over the past 20 years of applying the Value Management techniques and methodology for any kinds of industry, be it utilities, property developments, institutional, transportations, healthcare, agricultural, manufacturing, construction projects and so on. Value Management is indeed a useful technique and significant methodology to be […]
Client: Tenaga Nasional Berhad Project: Several projects consist of sub-stations, civil engineering, electrical utilities, products and tender evaluation criteria from various divisions such as Transmission, Distribution, Generation, Planning, ICT, Finance and Procurement Results: Potential savings and value efficiencies were identified without compromising the functions and performance of the projects, products, systems and processes. As such, […]
Client: Syarikat Prasarana Negara Berhad Project: LRT Station 13 for Ampang Line Extension Project Result: Refinement of architectural facade and components as well as optimisation of spaces
Client: Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) Malaysia Project: Proposed CIDB Tower to house the CIDB management staff and officers Result: Achieved reasonable saving and space optimisation that could generate rental income to CIDB
Client: Health Division, Department of Works Malaysia Project: Proposed New Tampin Hospital, Negeri Sembilan Result: Optimisation of space in coherance with the users’ need and requirements resulting in more condusive environment such as people’s flow, better amenities, up-to-date medical equipments and others.
Client: Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM) Project: Proposed Development of New UiTM Campus at Mukah, Sarawak Through Private Finance Initiative (PFI) Result: Space and design optimisation which led to a remarkable saving of 22% from the original estimated development cost without sacrificing the number of students and other users’ requirements.