PORTO DE MELAKA JOB
216 rooms with interior fit-out and furnishing, and associated infrastructure works.
The contract for Phase 2 of the Porto de Melaka project comes on the heels of a RM153 million contract for Phase 1 that was awarded to Harvest Court Construction by Tinta Anggun Engineering in October 2015 to build 120 serviced suites and 24 spa villas.
The Porto De Melaka project spans 4.014ha and is close to the buffer zone of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation World Heritage Site in the state.
The mixed-development project includes a five-star hotel, a retail mall and 382 villa apartments.
Anzo, which began as a manufacturer of an extensive range of timber products, is evolving into a construction player while growing its timber manufacturing base.
To fund its growth, the company has announced a corporate exercise of rights issue with attached warrants to raise RM9 million.
Anzo managing director Datuk Eddie Chai said the group was back in the black through a strategy of building on its core strengths while exploring and excelling in new areas of business.
“The combined value of the Porto De Melaka project is more than RM260 million,” he said.
Anzo was also planning to turn a 10ha site into an industrial park with single and semi-detached factory units, said Chai, adding that construction would begin next year. Bernama
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