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BPH Quarters, Federal Hill, Bangsar

We are proud to be the architects for this project by @spsetiabhd for the Government of Malaysia. These government quarters will replace the existing single-residential houses at Federal Hill. Accessible from Jalan Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, these government quarters are designed to higher specifications to harmonise with the future surrounding development. Sited on a 0.8 acre parcel, this 15-storey building consists of 24 apartment units, 2,850 sqf in size. The development is gated and guarded, with covered parking bays, a community hall located on the top floor with a commanding view of the KLCC and Bangsar.

Project Type

Project Cost

Project Size

Status

Contractor

Client

Residential

RM26 Million

87,435 SQ. FT.

Completed in 2020

Setia Precast

Government of Malaysia

We are proud to be the architects for this project by @spsetiabhd for the Government of Malaysia. These government quarters will replace the existing single-residential houses at Federal Hill. Accessible from Jalan Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, these government quarters are designed to higher specifications to harmonise with the future surrounding development. Sited on a 0.8 acre parcel, this 15-storey building consists of 24 apartment units, 2,850 sqf in size. The development is gated and guarded, with covered parking bays, a community hall located on the top floor with a commanding view of the KLCC and Bangsar.

As of September 2019 it is the highest scoring IBS building in Malaysia (93.95%) thanks to innovations applied by Setia Precast. PAB applied BIM technology in the design, modelling and documentation of this project.

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