KUALA LUMPUR: UEM Group Bhd
plans to bid for the RM36bil mass rapid transit (MRT) project which will be
carried out under the 10th Malaysia Plan.
“Apparently, there will be a tender that will be undertaken, so yes, why
not. There is no reason not to bid,” said group managing director and chief
executive officer Datuk Izzaddin Idris yesterday.
Thus far, Gamuda Bhd and MMC Corp Bhd have jointly submitted a proposal on
The proposal is being studied by two government-appointed independent
consultants and the results are expected to come out in about three months.
On the progress of the RM4.3bil Penang second bridge now being built by UEM,
Izzaddin said it was “on schedule”.
“We are happy with the progress,” he said.
The bridge, earlier scheduled for completion in 2012, will now only be ready
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