GERBANG PERDANA
 
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INCORPORATION

Gerbang Perdana Sdn Bhd ("GERBANG") was incorporated in Malaysia under the Companies Act 1965 on 26 September 1998.


NATURE OF BUSINESS
GERBANG is a special purpose company incorporate to undertake the Gerbang Selatan Bersepadu ("GSB") Project awarded by the Government of Malaysia (the "Government") which involves the construction of :
  • new Customs, Immigration and Quarantine ("CIQ") Complex (now known as Bangunan Sultan Iskandar)
  • JB Sentral Terminal
  • interchange No. 1 and connecting roads
  • Customs Marine Complex, Tanjung Surat (now known as Kompleks Tunku Mahkota Ibrahim Ismail Kastam Marin & Jati Diri Tanjung Surat)
  • New bridge to replace the exsiting Causeway*
  • railway bridge*
  • navigation channel*
  • (Note:*Due to bilateral issues with Singapore, the Government has decided in April 2006 not to proceed with the implementation of new bridge to replace, railway bridge and navigation channel works)

    YABhg Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad at the ground breaking ceremony in Bukit Chagar, Johor,
    on 14 Feb 2003.

    Site visit by YAB Dato' Seri Abdullah Ahmad Badawi,
    on 25 April 2003 .

    Video excerpt on
    signing of the
    contract at Putrajaya,
    on 07 May 2003.

    CAPITAL STRUCTURE
    The authorized share capital of RM50 million, comprising 39.1 million ordinary shares of RM1 each and 10.9 million redeemable convertible cumulative preference shares of RM1 each. The issued capital stands at RM18.4 million with a paid up capital of RM7.609 million.
    GERBANG is owned by Merong Mahawangsa Sdn Bhd
     

    MERONG MAHAWANGSA SDN BHD
    A member of the IBEX Group of Companies, under the able and charismatic leadership of Dato' Yahya A. Jalil. The companies under the IBEX Group are involved in diversified activities which include amongst others, infrastructure development, property development and investment holding.


    WHOLLY-OWNED SUBSIDIARIES
      GERBANG PERDANA CIQ SDN BHD
    Incorporated on 27 December 2003 , Gerbang Perdana CIQ Sdn Bhd ("GCIQ") is a special purpose company set-up to raise finance in the form of Medium Term Notes ("MTN") amounting to RM1.7 billion, to finance the capital expenditure and related expenses associated with the construction of the CIQ. Commerce International Merchant Bankers Berhad ("CIMB") and Alliance Merchant Bank Berhad (" Alliance Merchant") acted as Joint Principal Advisers and Joint Lead Managers for the MTN Programme.
       
      GERBANG PERDANA BRIDGE SDN BHD
    Incorporated on 27 December 2003 , Gerbang Perdana Bridge Sdn Bhd ("GBSB") is a special purpose company set-up to raise finance in the form of MTN to finance for the capital expenditure and related expenses associated with the construction of the road and rail bridges.
       

    FOUNDER
    Dato' Yahya A. Jalil has about 25 years of experience in the construction industry. He steers the IBEX Group of companies (IBEX), having core businesses in construction and engineering such as infrastructure and property development. He founded IC&E Group Sdn Bhd in 1991 and it is currently a Class A contractor with an impressive project track record including the construction of multi-million ringgit infrastructure and property projects such as the Aquatic Centre of the National Sports Complex at Bukit Jalil, the Administration Building for Phase 1 of the Projek Usahasama Transit Ringan Automatik (PUTRA) LRT and toll plazas along the New Klang Valley Expressway and Projek Lebuh Raya Utara-Selatan.

    OUR EXPERIENCE
    GERBANG is an organisation that possesses an impressive experience in undertaking major projects. An organisation that comprises of qualified and experienced professionals of various expertise and background, GERBANG is the turnkey contractor for the Gerbang Selatan Bersepadu (GSB) Project. Incepted in 1998, the GSB Project aimed to develop a timely solution to address the shortcomings of the existing Johor Causeway and Customs, Immigration and Quarantine (CIQ) Complex, which are frequently congested and no longer adequate in catering to the increasing level of traffic between Malaysia and Singapore .

    Located at Bukit Chagar, Johor Bahru, the GSB project covers an area of 113.196 acres in the city centre of Johor Bahru. The project encompasses the following scope of works :
  • replacement of the existing CIQ facilities with a new CIQ Complex (now known as Bangunan Sultan Iskandar).
  • a new transportation hub, the JB Sentral Terminal
  • improvement to the existing road networks leading in and out of the facilities
  • alteration of Water Mains and other utilities construction of Customs Marine Complex in Tanjung Surat (now known as Kompleks Tunku Mahkota Ibrahim Ismail Kastam Marin & Jati Diri Tanjung Surat)
  • a bridge to replace the existing Causeway*
  • a railway bridge connecting Malaysia and Singapore
  • dredging of a navigation channel*
  • The above scope of works are covered under the following two contracts, namely :

  • the Integrated CIQ Complex, awarded in May 2003
  • the Bridge Project, awarded in August 2003
  • Note:* Due to bilateral issues with Singapore, the Government terminated this contract in April 2006)

    Bolstered by an experienced project team that consists of professionals who were involved in other major projects in Malaysia, amongst others, the Putrajaya Administrative Centre, the North-South Expressway, the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, the National Sports Complex, the Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing, the Penang bridge, the Sg. Dindings bridges, the Sg. Selangor Water Supply project, the Tanjung Pelepas port, the Light Rail Transit project, and the KL Sentral; the team has successfully executed the implementation of the GSB project.