Quantity Surveying and Project Management
VERITAS Contracts Sdn Bhd was established to render professional quantity surveying and project management services for a wide range of projects. As a professional consultancy, its growth and development are based on its ability to deliver what it promises. VERITAS Contracts Sdn Bhd provides a wide spectrum of Quantity Surveying and Project Management Services to the public and private sectors as follows: -

1. Economics of Design and Construction
Feasibility studies, budgets and cost plans backed by an extensive database of general and Client specific project information.

2. Strategic Project Planning and Implementation
Procurement strategies and management of the procurement process.

3. Project Management, Monitoring and Client's Project Representative
Services from inception to completion delivered by experienced project managers ensuring that projects are delivered efficiently.

4. Project Documentation
Tender documents for main contracts and specialist sub-contracts. Bills of quantities / employer's requirements / schedules of works / priced schedules of activities. Assembly and co-ordination of designing consultants' documentation and preparation of contract documents.

5. Procurement Consultancy
Selection of main contractors and sub-contractors and pre-tender qualification procedures. Tender evaluation and award.

6. Financial Management
Commercial management of projects from inception to completion via cost planning, pre-contract cost monitoring, pre-tender estimates, post-contract financial management and change control leading to a speedy resolution of the final account.

7. GBI - Valuation Process
With our extension data in our Building Cost Database® system, we are able to assist clients in the GBI valuation process and for the Completion and Verification Assessment (CVA).

8. Dispute Resolution
Pro-active prevention consultancy during construction. Claims evaluation, adjudication, expert witness for arbitration and litigation. CAREERS

GEMS Cambridge International School Pearl City
GEMS Cambridge is an international learning institution comprising; founded in 1959. Veritas Contracts was appointed the Project Management Consultancy by Gems Maju Sdn. Bhd. On 3rd January 2014 for GEMS Cambridge International School Pearl City comprising Block A, Block B, Block C including senior sports hall, swimming pool, service block, primary sports hall, main entrance, play area, car park, main lobby and guard room. It is located on Seberang Perai Selatan, Negeri Pulau Pinang.

Refurbishments of Sabah Medical Center
Established since 1986, Sabah Medical Centre is a private hospital with comprehensive facilities that rank among the most advanced in the region. Meeting stringent international standards, the medical equipment and operating theatres are of the highest technology while the experienced team of specialist doctors are highly trained and accomplished in their respective disciplines. The refurbishment consists of the following and SMC is committed towards giving patients the best medical care.

  • Campus Drop Off Zone
  • Teaching Campus
  • Roof Garden
  • Private Hospital Block 2
  • Private Hospital Block 1
  • Center Core
  • Conveniton Centre
  • Hotel
  • Loading / Unloading Area
  • Car Park Podium

Extension Sibu Airport
The expansion project is divided into two packages. The first package encompasses extension of the passenger terminal building, central utilities building and associated works. The second package of expansion scheme constitutes airside and landside works, DCA building and associated work. The enhanced terminal will feature three aerobridges so that passengers need not walk for long distances to and from the aircraft. After the improvement, the terminal will be larger than Miri Airport and Bintulu Airport, both serving Sarawak city in Malaysia.

Refurbishment of Seremban KTM Depot
The maintenance depot is to service the 38 electric multiple unit (EMU) six-car Komuter trains. It is designed based on a similar facility in Northampton, England on a 16ha site near the main Seremban train station. It will feature 15 lines of 6km long tracks. This refurbishment has improve the quality and experience of public transport.

Boardwalk of Lido Beach, Johor
Veritas Contracts were appointed by Danga Bay to provide QS Services for the boardwalk in Lido Beach, Johor. This project was a land reclamation from the ocean to create the Boardwalk at Lido Beach.

KUCHING AIRPORT KUCHING, SARAWAK
The Kuching Airport is a low cost carrier terminal located in Kuching, Sarawak. The design aims to bring the combined feeling of excitement, whilst keeping in mind the sustainable design aspect of the transportation hub. The terminal building takes inspiration from the flight of an airplane itself translating into the three different heighten/rising volumes. This staggering of heights provide an opportunity for the whole terminal building to be lit by natural light. Furthermore, the roof derives its form from ‘a shield from the Iban tribe of the Sarawak’. The way handling and finishes of the terminal building adopts the modern and clean approach. Large concession spaces, open public spaces and exposed structures bring about the feeling of excitement in the terminal layout. The design keeps in mind minimal travel distance for passengers commuting from the building’s entrance, all the way to the departure hall, which in turn increases the efficiency. Also, large advertisement spaces are integrated to bring non-aeronautical revenue for the airport. | architecture | interior design | landscape design | planning | contracts | environment |

KOTA KINABALU AIRPORT KOTA KINABALU, SABAH
The KKIA airport is the low cost carrier terminal located at Kota Kinabalu. The design takes inspiration from the marine life of Sabah and tries to translate the shell structure into the terminal building. Folded cascading roof is used to maximize the natural daylight and ventilation. The roof profile extends to bring maximum indirect sunlight and provide the distinctive architectonic form to the terminal building. The front façade of the building is inspired by the interweaving bamboo utensils made locally by the traditional craftsmen. The sloping roof profile allows integrated technologies like photovoltaic panels, rain water harvesting and use to solar tubes to bring hot water to the building. Other strategies include mitigation of heat island effect and storm water run-off from apron and large roof surfaces through design and material. Recycled local materials will be used and the whole building is designed to keeping in mind the LEED and BCA Green Mark criteria. | architecture | interior design | landscape design | planning | contracts | environment |

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