We continue to bring into play our proven expertise and experience in the development of green or sustainable buildings. Our portfolio comprises several landmark buildings which have won awards and accolades for their innovative, trend-setting architecture and construction.
Manipal International University
The Manipal International University (“MIU”) campus, built on 140 acres adjacent to a picturesque lake surrounded by green hills in Nilai, Selangor, adheres to the US LEED Platinum accreditation. This main campus showcases the state-of-the-art green technology in the construction and maintenance of the building and aims to deliver a conducive environment for its students. PPC was responsible for the construction of main buildings, ancillary buildings as well as its infrastructural and landscaping works.View Project
Intermark Retail Podium & Integra Tower
In mid-2010, PPC was awarded the construction of the Intermark Retail Podium and Integra Tower featuring innovative, high-performance builing systems that reduce energy and water consumption as wlel as lend ot an improved indoor environmental quality.
The 39-storey tower in particular boasts sustainable design features in accordance with the internationally –recognise Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (“LEED”) green building certification system.
The Integra Tower has attained Platinum LEED pre-certification with 30% energy savings, 40% more water-efficient features and CO2 emissions reduction amounting to 4,000 tonnes.
The construction of the commercial green building on Lot 2C2, marks the first of its kind in the main commercial boulevard of Precinct 2 in Putrajaya and underscores the city’s status as a pioneer of green technology.
Comprising two 4-storey courtyard buildings surmounted by a tower building of 8 additional storeys, Menara PjH aims to provide a conducive working environment via its energy efficient emphasis and environmentally sustainable design. It has been designed to achieve the Gold rating under Malaysia’s GBI
The 50-storey Menara Felda located at the heart of the Kuala Lumpur City Centre is another green building by PPC designed with GBI Green Rating certification in mind.
The tower features a double-glazed low-E glass façade as well as light sensors and rain harvesting facilities amongst other green elements.
Overall, the Menara Felda incorporates a well-balanced blend of active and passive green design features.
Menara Sarawak Energy
PPC built the first green office building in Sarawak, which is the headquarters for Sarawak Energy Berhad in Kuching. This building features energy efficiency units, low-E glass and rain harvesting components, as well as building integrated photovoltaic (“BIPV”) panels for solar harvesting.
The building is designed to achieve the Silver Rating under Malaysia’s GBI.
PPC was also tasked with the designing and construction of the multiple award winning headquarters for the Malaysian Energy Commission. The 7-storey Diamond Building is the first green building office in Malaysia to be certified with both GBI Platinum rating by Malaysia’s Greenbuildingindex Sdn Bhd and Green Mark Platinum Rating by Singapore’s Building and Construction Authority.View Project
Low Energy Office (Block E4/5) and Ministry of Health (Block E1)
This is a Design and Build project awarded to PPC as part of the development comprising Block E1 and E4/5 in Putrajaya.
For this project, PPC was tasked to meet the client’s requirement of an energy efficient and low environmental impact building in Putrajaya. This is to achieve the ultimate goal of an optimum design through effective building space utilization, human comfort, energy efficient and minimum maintenance of mechanical and electrical systems for a modern office building.
The 6-storey high LEO building was designed for the Ministry of Energy, Green Technology and Water, resembling a showcase building for energy efficient and low environmental impact in the country.
Highlights of the building is the atrium where it is naturally lit and ventilated by a glazed roof and internal landscaping water feature for evaporative cooling of this space. This building was also built to meet the Malaysian Standard MS 1525 of attaining an energy consumption of 135 kWh/m² per year or lower. The building currently recorded an energy consumption of close to 100 kWh/m2 per year. This energy index is lower than a typical new office building in Malaysia (energy index between 200 – 300 kWh/m² per year).
Block E1 is part of the Design and Built project award to PPC for the development of E1 and E4/5 (Low Energy Office) in Putrajaya.
AraGreens Residences, another green building on PPC’s green portfolio, is part of the AraGreens Wellness and Healthcare City in Ara Damansara. This phase 1 project consists of the construction of 6 blocks of 14 storey high service apartments, 1 floor of 700 units of Penthouse Duplex, a multipurpose hall, 3 floors of basement car parks, swimming pool, management offices, clubhouse, recreational facilities and other utilities services.
AraGreens Residences is also designed to achieve GBI Certification and GreenMark Gold+ green ratings.
Horizon Residences is another green building currently under construction by PPC. These two 21-27 storey blocks of luxury service apartments are located in the prime land of KLCC and overlook the famous Royal Selangor Golf Club in Kuala Lumpur.
Besides the main towers, this project will also encompass the construction of 2 floors of basement car parks, the main lobby, creational area and guard house.
Jing Si Hall
The Kuala Lumpur Jing-si Hall is built for the renowned non-governmental non-profitable organisation Taiwan Buddhist Tzu Chi Foundation Malaysia.
Located at the buzy street of Jalan Kuching, Kuala Lumpur, this hall consists of 4 floors with a basement car park and have a built-up area of 442,000 sq ft.
Once completed, this will be the biggest Jing-si Hall in Malaysia with GBI Gold rating.
D'Heron at the Lake (Type C)
PPD is the foremost green property developer who builds, perhaps, the first EE-BIPV Village in Malaysia.
The lakefront bungalows are made energy-efficient by minimizing the heat transmission into the buildings by having large roof overhangs, thermally insulated roof, walls and low-emissivity glass windows.
The EE bungalows were further equipped with grid-connected BIPV panels to generate electricity to supplement its own consumption.