Dam, Water Treatment Plants and Power Station
In our effort to empower communities, Gamuda realises that a major issue faced by most developing countries is energy competence and water accessibility.
As populations increase and economies in the world gain pace, energy demands inevitably escalate. Aspiring to meet the increasing needs of growing economies, Gamuda is fully equipped with the right knowledge and technical expertise required in the highly complex field of constructing dams; water treatment plants; and powerhouses, be it natural gas, coal-fired or hydro.
Critical catalysts for socio-economic development, water and energy resources management are among the central themes in a country’s growth blueprint, often marked by increasing water and energy consumption from population growth, urbanisation, rapid industrialisation, as well as the expansion of irrigated agriculture.
Staying true to Gamuda’s spirit of innovation and excellence, our proficiency in providing end-to-end engineering resolutions to our client goes hand-in-hand in our aim to serve the needs of the people.
Far beyond doubt, Gamuda has proven itself as Malaysia’s leading infrastructure developer with all-round expertise in building infrastructures that fuel the growth of economies.
Water Treatment Plants
Located on the Equator of the Earth, Malaysia is a blessed country that receives an average annual rainfall of 3,000 mm. Due to the abundance of surface water resources in Malaysia, dams and kilometres of dedicated pipes and canals were built to channel water from the rivers to sustain domestic, industrial and agricultural needs on a daily basis.
As a critical catalyst for socio-economic developments, water resources management is among the central themes in the country’s growth blueprint.
However challenges posed by the ever-increasing water consumption from population growth, urbanisation, rapid industrialisation and the expansion of irrigated agriculture, has placed pressure on the local water supply system, in addition to the issue of rising water pollution.
Gamuda, currently one of the largest water concessionaires in Malaysia, was instrumental in the construction of the Rasa and Bukit Badong Water Treatment Plants, as a component of the overall sustainable water solution package under the Sungai Selangor Water Supply Scheme Phase 3 project.
Operational since 2004, the two water treatment plants have been an invaluable asset in providing much-needed daily water supply for two million residents and businesses in Selangor and the Klang Valley.
In our effort to empower communities, Gamuda realises that a major issue faced by most developing countries is energy competence. As population increases and economies in the world gain pace, energy demand escalates. Meeting the increasing demands of growing economies, Gamuda is equipped with the right knowledge and expertise required in the highly complex field of constructing powerhouses, be it natural gas, coal-fired or hydro.
Moving ahead with the times, we are ever ready to take on challenges that push the boundaries of sustainable innovation to fuel the growth of economies. Power stations are one of them.