Our customised questionnaires are design to collect data, useful information, inputs from the client to establish design requirements and conduct requirement analysis to form engineering drawings as well as documents for project implementation. The project implementation is often performed at the same time as a feasibility analysis to ensure the cost of the project implementation is kept within our client’s budget. The design requirements control the engineering design process which include basic things like the functions, attributes, and specifications which are determined after assessing client’s needs. Some design requirements include area size, area classification, standards compliance, maintainability, availability and local authority compliance.

Engineering Drawings

Engineering drawings (also known as blueprints, manufacturing blueprints, prints, manufacturing prints, dimensional prints, drawings, tender drawings, bid drawings, construction drawing and as built drawings) are a rich and specific outline of client as well as engineering consultant’s intend for building use that shows all the information and requirements needed to construct or manufacture an item or product and which can be used in construction work for industrial and commercial building. We have a dedicated team focusing on design drawing based on the following disciplines as below.

Civil, Structure and Architecture (CSA)

We are an integrated one-stop engineering consultancy design firm where Civil, Structural and Architectural discipline focuses on the design, engineering, construction and maintenance of a building, road, bridge, related infrastructure, and underground works such as structure and equipment foundations which are handled by our experienced CSA team. We are also providing the CSA engineering consultancy design scope to our client in the utility services like water, electricity, energy generation and energy distribution systems.

Civil Engineering is responsible for the design and engineering of structures and underground works. Structural Engineering is a part of civil engineering that focuses on the science and art of design and practical engineering with the analysis and design of structures. Structural Engineering works to support or resist loads of all types of stationary structures with economy and elegance including buildings, bridges, frameworks and other structures.

Architectural Engineering is a part of civil engineering that is the application of engineering principles and technology to building design and construction for industrial and commercial buildings. Architectural Engineering is responsible for industrial and commercial building design, structure design and engineering with economy and elegance.

Mechanical and Electrical (M&E)

As an integrated engineering consultancy firm where Mechanical & Electrical discipline focuses on the mechanical and electrical systems which are handled by our experienced M&E team. The Mechanical systems including elements of infrastructure, plant and machinery, tool and components, heating, ventilation, air conditioning (HVAC) system, fire system, life safety system (LSS), chemical and gas detection system and other mechanical systems. As for the Electrical systems it includes HT, MV, LV, power generation, transmission and power distribution or supply, lighting system, lightning protection, grounding, telecommunications, structural cabling works, extra low voltage (ELV) application like CCTV, computing, access control, instrumentation & control systems, building or facility management systems and other electrical systems.

Clearly there is a great deal of overlap, with many systems including both mechanical and electrical components, hence the term M&E.

Building services are the systems installed in buildings to make them comfortable, functional, efficient and safe and might include:

  • Building control systems.
  • Energy distribution.
  • Energy supply (gas, electricity and renewable sources such as solar, -wind, geothermal and biomass).
  • Escalators and lifts.
  • Facade engineering (such as building shading requirements).
  • Fire safety, detection and protection.
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC).
  • Information and communications technology (ICT) networks.
  • Lighting (natural and artificial).
  • Lightning protection.
  • Refrigeration.
  • Security and alarm systems.
  • Water, drainage and plumbing (including sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS)).
  • Carbon emissions calculations and reduction.

However, mechanical and electrical engineering covers a wider field than this, including areas beyond building design and construction, such as; large-scale power generation and transmission, transportation systems, infrastructure controls, industrial installations and other mechanically driven systems.

Instrumentation and Control (I&C)

Instrumentation & control studies the measurement and control of process variables, before moving on to the design and implementation of systems that incorporate them. Process variables include pressure, temperature, humidity, flow, pH, force and speed.

I&C is a combination of two branches of engineering where instrumentation engineering is the science of the measurement and control of process variables within a production or manufacturing area. Meanwhile, control engineering, also called control systems engineering, is the engineering discipline that applies control theory to design systems with desired behaviours.

I&C design and engineering are responsible for the research, design, development of control devices and systems, typically in manufacturing facilities and process plants. Control methods employ sensors to measure the output variable of the device and provide feedback to the controller so that it can make corrections toward desired performance. Automatic control manages a device without the need of human inputs for correction, such as cruise control for regulating a car’s speed.

I&C systems engineering activities are multi-disciplinary in nature and the our experience team customize solution based on our client need and have wide experience working with MNC companies. They focus on the implementation of control systems, mainly derived by mathematical modelling. Because instrumentation and control play a significant role in gathering information from a system and changing its parameters, they are a key part of control loops.

Building Based Built

Building Based Built or Building Construction Process from Start to Finish involves many types of construction detailing works which is not an easy task which requires expertise and a team dedicated to look at the overall process of project management.

The preliminary design to construction design and make adjustment while in the constructing stage requires proper documentation in terms of cost and timeline. It requires lots of effort in terms of managing schedule and investment. Although building construction requires lots of time and is tedious work, its result is a permanent asset which is tangible. The industrial and commercial building based built construction process is a systematic task undertaken by our in-house experienced construction team.

Before planning, building based built projects must consider important aspects of the industrial or commercial purpose of use for the construction, utility required, financial proficiency, the demand and the discipline that would occupy the building with the building service readily available for operation upon fitout.  

Building Fit Out

Building Fit Out is a term used to describe the process of making interior spaces suitable for occupation. It is often used in relation to office developments, where the base construction or base built is completed by the developer or the main contractor, and the final fit out by the client or occupant.

The occupant or client will move in with their equipment, production arrangement, setting out of the manufacturing area and will be getting an interior works contractor to complete the equipment or devices hook up to the infrastructure and the utility points that was reserved under the building based built works. There might be some minor modification works and changes to suit to the latest equipment position and utility requirement. We have an experienced team which have worked with many international and MNC manufacturing clients which understand the detailing part of the building fit out works.

Lighting and Illumination

We provide Engineering Lighting Solutions for your project implementation, facilities operation and facility maintenance which also covers lighting and illuminance.

We ensure the lighting solution drive toward energy reduction, maintenance cost reduction and CO2 reduction/carbon foot print reduction.

To reach proper light levels and uniform light distribution in the visual environment, many light fixtures are designed to reflect light off walls, ceilings and objects. The amount of light reflected off a surface can be measured. Suggestions for the percent of light reflected off surfaces in a typical office include:

  • Window blinds (40-50%).
  • Walls (50% maximum).
  • Business machines (50% maximum).
  • Ceiling (70-80%).
  • Floor (20-40%).
  • Furniture (25-45%).

 The percent value refers to the amount of light that a surface reflects relative to the amount that falls on the surface.

In addition, light fixtures that are too widely spaced or wrongly positioned can create shadows. Objects between the light fixture and work being done can block the light and cast shadows. Likewise, workers sitting with their backs to windows, with light fixtures directly overhead or to the rear, cast shadows on their own work surfaces.

Lighting plays a vital role in the way people experience and understand their surroundings.

Lighting work as the medium of communication, to bring out the nature of buildings, structures and interiors for us to appreciate the beauty when it is lit. We have an experienced team passionate in lighting, illumination and lighting rendering to bring out the best concept for your purpose of use.

Simulating your aspiration through illumination! 

Front-End Engineering & Design (FEED)

Our clients mainly rely on our expertise to adequately define their project requirements before initiating a capital investment. We usually form a mixed experienced team for any front-end engineering and design (FEED), which will wholistic address and capture all the design intend from the client in the process of preparing the documentation to support client’s investments which they are undertaking.

Front-end engineering and design document is prepared for the work required to produce quality output or final product and a general schedule of quantity to make easy reference as well as putting together an engineering documentation which is sufficient in depth, clearly defining the project requirements for detailed engineering, procurement, fabrication and construction of facilities and also supporting on a 10% to 15% project cost estimate.

  • Construction Work Evaluation

We also provide a value-added service for SME type of construction to do Construction Work Evaluation where we help our clients to assess the work done at site, make recommendations for the value of work done, to generate payment recommendation, progress claim certification, make cost estimation for variation of work, to produce schedule of work, to produce schedule of quantity and other value-added works for evaluation with a reasonable fee. We also provide site inspection, final testing and commissioning witnessing with client before handover of the system back to the client.

As for the final accounts and payment to contractor, we also provide advise to client in terms to contract administration and create a mutual benefit environment for client and contactor.

  • Sustainable Energy Building

While the definition of sustainable building design is ever changing, the National Institute of Building Sciences defines six fundamental principles.

Optimize Site Potential

Whether designing a new building or retrofitting an existing building, our site design is meant to be integrated with sustainable design to achieve a successful project and we usually begins with the proper site selection, including the existing building’s rehabilitation. The location, orientation, and landscaping of a building all affect local ecosystems, transportation methods, and energy use. As such, with our team and the vast experience within the team we can assist the client effectively the necessary early even before preliminary design stage.


Optimize Energy Use

Improving the energy performance of existing buildings is important to increasing our energy independence. Operating net zero energy buildings is one way to significantly reduce our dependence on fossil fuel-derived energy. Our expertise in reducing energy based on our track record, we can reduce the dependence effectively.

Protect and Conserve Water

Freshwater resources in Malaysia are increasingly becoming a scarcity. A sustainable building design and construction is one that user of water efficiently to minimize the impact that affects freshwater stock. Additionally, our sustainable construction and building design usually will encourage the practice of recycling water on certain project site when possible.

Optimize Building Space and Material Use

As the world population continues to grow; the use of natural resources (and the demands for them) continues to increase. A sustainable building is designed and operated to use and reuse materials in the most productive and sustainable way across its entire life cycle and we prioritise this in our design considerations.

Enhance Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ)

The indoor environmental quality (IEQ) of a building has a significant impact on occupant health, comfort, and productivity. Among other attributes, our design for a sustainable building will be maximising  daylighting, have an appropriate ventilation and moisture control, optimizes acoustic performance, and we usually avoid the use of materials with high-VOC emissions.

Optimize Operational and Maintenance Practices

Through the in-house team collaboration between our engineers and the successful contractor appointed by client, we can specify materials and systems that simplify operational practical and can reduce maintenance requirements. On-site and within the facility, these practices not only aim to reduce water and energy requirement, but also to reduce the toxic chemicals usage. This will in return help to have a cost-effective in place and reduce life-cycle costs.

We are also able to provide design and perform assessments for the following scopes:

  • Green Building Design, Assessment and Renewal
  • Net Zero Energy Building Design, Assessment and Renewal
  • MSC Status Building Design, Assessment and Renewal