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    January, 2024

    SkyWorld Achieves Its Record Highest Qlassic And Shassic Score

    SkyWorld Development Berhad (“SkyWorld” or the “Company”) an urban property developer with business interests in Kuala Lumpur city, recently achieved an 86% Quality Assessment System in Construction (QLASSIC) score and a 92.63% Safety and Health Assessment in Construction (SHASSIC) score for its SkySierra Residences (The Valley) from the Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM). Both are the highest scores the Company has received to date.

    The impressive achievement was celebrated with the certification handover ceremony held at SkySierra Residences (The Valley) in Setiawangsa, KL, and presented by Ir. M. Ramuseren, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Construction Research Institute of Malaysia (CREAM) to Lee Chee Seng, CEO of SkyWorld Development Berhad in recognition of SkyWorld’s exceptional achievement which underscores the developer’s unwavering commitment to excellence in construction.

    Commanding a Gross Development Value (GDV) of RM761 million and sprawled across a strategically located 4.66-acre parcel of land, SkySierra Residences (The Valley) encompasses a grand total of 1,309 meticulously crafted units with sizes ranging from a comfortable 800 sq.ft. to a spacious 1,318 sq.ft, ensuring ample living space for residents. Boasting three iconic towers that stand tall with 48, 43 and 54 floors respectively, The Valley is set as the highest residential building built by the Company to-date and the tallest residential building in Setiawangsa. All 1,309 units in SkySierra Residences (The Valley) have been 100% sold.

    According to Lee, the recognition from CREAM for its highest QLASSIC and SHASSIC score is a testament to SkyWorld’s commitment to quality and safety as a distinguished urban property developer.

    “Through stringent processes and thorough inspections, we make sure to deliver homes that meet or surpass industry requirements and stand the test of time. This is a testament of our commitment to delivering high-quality homes to Malaysians. We will continue to innovate and push the boundaries of design to provide our customers with the best homes possible,” he says.

    Following the certification handover ceremony, CREAM’s CEO and team embarked on an insightful and knowledgeable industrial visit to SkyWorld’s first-of-its-kind Quality Centre in Setapak, KL. The visit aims to provide CREAM with an immersive experience in understanding the meticulous standards of quality upheld by SkyWorld and to explore new opportunities to elevate the standards of the construction industry in Malaysia.

    Additionally, Ir. M. Ramuseren expressed his enthusiasm for the learning experience gained from touring SkyWorld’s Quality Centre.

    “This facility not only sets new standards for the construction industry of Malaysia but also serves as an invaluable resource for industry professionals. We look forward to gleaning new insights that will undoubtedly contribute to elevate the local construction industry standards.”


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