Sarawak welcomes UEMEd’s service centre expansion, OPUS Consultants as new HQ

Abang Johari (centre) posing for a group photo with his visitors from UEMEd and OPUS Consultants. Photo courtesy of Ukas.

KUCHING, Sept 15: Sarawak welcomes UEM Edgenta Berhad’s (UEMEd) proposal to expand its service centre and establish a new headquarters here at OPUS Consultants.

UEMEd chief executive officer Syahrunizam Samsudin said today was their first ever courtesy call on Premier of Sarawak Datuk Patinggi Tan Abang Johari Tun Openg at the latter’s office at Wisma Bapa Malaysia.

“We proposed to the Premier of Sarawak to give way for us to work with the Sarawak government by allowing us to have our new headquarters at OPUS Consultants Sarawak.


“The Premier was very pleased with our proposal and suggested we proceed to work with Sarawak Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) and PPES Consult Sdn Bhd (PCSB) to develop Sarawak toward becoming a high-income State by 2030,” he said.

On the collaboration with SEDC, Syahrunizam said UEMEd suggested the establishment of a centre for facility and supply chain management, according to a news report by Sarawak Public Communications Unit (Ukas).

Also present during the courtesy call were UEMEd chairman Tan Sri Dr Azmil Khalili Khalid, Edgenta Propel managing director Shariman Yusuf Mohamed Zain and OPUS Consultant managing director Vincent Tang.

Currently present in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Taiwan, India and the United Arab Emirates, UEMEd is the region’s leading asset management and infrastructure solutions company.

UEM Edgenta’s Asset Consultancy is represented by Opus Consultants, a leading engineering and asset management consultant with more than three decades of experience in delivering mega projects. — Dayakdaily