Kuala Lumpur, 2017 – Mah Sing Group Berhad’s (Mah Sing) Icon City, Petaling Jaya won 3 awards at Construction Industry Development Board’s (CIBD) QLASSIC (Quality Assessment System in Construction) Day 2017 awards ceremony.
Icon City, Petaling Jaya was awarded Best QLASSIC Achievement Awards 2017 for residential (large >RM100million) category as well as 2 High QLASSIC Achievement Awards 2017 for Tower 1 and Tower 3A.
QLASSIC is a system or method to measure and evaluate the workmanship quality of a building construction work based on Construction Industry Standard (CIS 7:2014). Scorings were given based on the first inspection that was carried out. Rectification and correction carried out after the assessment will not be rescored as the board encourage “doing things right the first time and every time”. All winning projects has QLASSIC score of more than 80%.
Mah Sing’s Group Managing Director, Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Leong Hoy Kum said, “In all that we do, we want to reinvent spaces and enhance life. Therefore, we always focus on quality to enhance the lives of our buyers. This award is testament to our efforts in successfully delivering high quality properties.”
Icon City – An Integrated Development in the heart of Petaling Jaya
Located at the intersection of Federal Highway and LDP, the 20-acre Icon City has an estimated Gross Development Value (GDV) of RM3.2billion.
Icon City features 30 Jewels (7-storey and 8-storey shop offices), Neon Food Hub (4-storey retail shops), 2 towers of Icon Residenz serviced suites, 2 towers of i-Sovo, and 1 tower of The Volt (MSC Building). Phase Two of Icon City is currently in planning stage with upcoming launch in the near future.
Icon City has won numerous awards which include iProperty.com People’s Choice Award 2014 for Best Commercial Development, Property Press Awards 2013 for Best Infrastructure Redevelopment, Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012 for Best Office Development Malaysia (Highly Commended) and Best Commercial Redevelopment Malaysia (5-Star). Icon City is also certified with 3 green standards which are USA’s Leadership in Energy and Environment Design (LEED), Malaysia’s Green Building Index (GBI), and Singapore’s Green Mark for its various components.