Highway Construction

OBYU’s construction entity is KACC Construction. With over four decades of experience, KACC Construction has delivered in excess of RM4 billion worth of construction projects for both the public and private sectors.

KACC’s specialisation is in the construction of large infrastructure works, industrial plants, factories, high rise buildings and more. KACC is registered as a BPKU G7 (Bumi), UPK Class A (Bumi), SPKK, CIDB G7, as well as with the FF0 and Petronas.

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Construction - Highway 01 - OBYU

The highly anticipated, long-awaited 4-lane dual carriageway Pan Borneo Highway Sarawak.

Construction - Highway 02 - OBYU

Leveraging on technology in highway construction across the asset life cycle.

Bridge Works

Construction - Brideworks 01 - OBYU

Batang Sadong Bridge

KACC completed construction of Batang Sadong bridge in Sarawak in 2016, ahead of schedule and below budgeted cost. At 1.48km in length, Batang Sadong bridge is the longest river-crossing bridge in Malaysia.

Construction - Bridgeworks 02 - OBYU

Future Sejingkat Bridge across
Sg. Sarawak

KACC is developing the iconic 1.28km 4-lane dual carriageway cable-stayed bridge across Sg. Sarawak at Sejingkat, Kuching.

Building & other
Infrastructure works

Projects by KACC Construction and Javel Engineering include:

  • The 108-bedded modern Government hospital in Sri Aman, Sarawak
  • 1st & 4th Division Ranger Camps, Muara Tuang, Sarawak
  • Sarawak Marine Police Base, Kuching
  • Multimedia University Campus, Cyberjaya
  • LHDN Academy Complex, Kuching
Hospital Sri Aman - OBYU

Hospital Sri Aman


Construction - Wastewater - OBYU

Installation of new sewer lines in Kuala Lumpur

KACC is tasked to install 42km of new sewer lines, construct new pumping stations and a new centralized sewerage treatment plant (“CSTP”) in Batu, Jinjang-Kepong as part of Kuala Lumpur’s ‘River of Life’ mega river development project.

The new CSTP is designed to cater for an ultimate 1,000,000 population equivalent (“PE”).

Efficient design has enabled the new CSTP to be built on a small footprint of only 4.84 acres for both the pump station (0.17 acre) and sewage treatment plant (4.67 acre) within a highly dense urban area.

The Batu CSTP is also South East Asia’s largest wastewater treatment plant to utilise the membrane system.

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