Gamuda Berhad


Gamuda Berhad trades under the stock code 5398. This public-listed company is active in the Main Market of Bursa Malaysia where it is involved in a variety of profitable businesses.

Gamuda properties

One mention of Gamuda Berhad and the image of top quality properties will always come to mind. In fact, Gamuda Berhad has been churning out some of the best and top property projects for many years now. It is the largest infrastructure company in the country where it has been involved in various high-profile projects including:

  1. MRT in Malaysia
  2. Water treatment plants
  3. Railways
  4. Airport runways
  5. Infrastructure concessions
  6. Development of new townships and residential areas

Background and related information

Gamuda Berhad is one of the oldest and most established companies in Malaysia. It started out in 1976 and went public in 1992 in the then KLSE. Among its most significant projects to date is the construction of the SMART Tunnel (Stormwater Management and Road Tunnel). The 50:50 joint-venture with MMC Corp literally put Gamuda in the world map. Later on, it would be involved in various high profile projects including the EDTP (Electrified Double Track Project) and the KVMRT (Klang Valley Mass Rapid Transit).

Consumer perception

As a Malaysian name, Gamuda has often been easily associated with some of the major infrastructure projects across the country. This is mainly achieved by some very proven and successful track record. As such, it is no surprise that Gamuda has already been awarded projects in other countries including being involved in the ones like:

  1. New Doha International Airport in Qatar
  2. The Panagarh-Palsit and Durgapur Expressways, India
  3. Gamuda City and Celadon City in Vietnam
  4. The Yen So Sewage Treatment Plant in Vietnamuda

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