Industrial Developments

Minsar has been involved in a very wide range of industrial development projects, mainly for the private sector. In these multi-disciplinary projects, Minsar has often acted as the project manager and co-ordinator, and provided the lead role in the Consultancy Team. Some of the projects in which Minsar were involved are:

  • Paper Mill for See Hua Daily News at Muara Tuang, Kuching. Completed in 1986.
  • Extension to Forescom Plywood Factory in Bintawa,Kuching. Completed in 1987.
  • Malaysian Airline Cargo Building at New Sibu Airport. Completed in 1994.
  • 3-Ply Parquet Factory in Kuala Baram, Miri. Completed in 1995.
  • Particle Board Factory at Upper Lanang Road, Sibu. (RM110 mil). Completed in 1995.
  • Formaldehyde and Glue Resin Plant at Sejingkat Industrial Estate, Kuching. Completed in 1993
  • Optical Fibre Factory in Shah Alam, Selangor. Completed in 1995.
  • 60 units Detached Factory Buildings at Demak Laut. Industrial Estate, Sejingkat, Kuching. Completed in 1997.
  • Steel Rolling Mill at Sijingkat, for CMS Kuching. Completed in early 1998.
  • Palm Oil Mills for R.H Plantation at Selangau (120 TPH), Sibu and at Lundu (90 TPH), Kuching
  • Sin Chiew Jit Poh News Print Factories in Bintawa, Kuching and Sibu. Completed in mid 1997 & 1998 respectively.
  • UCS (cable) Factory at Demak Laut Industrial Estate, Kuching.
  • Integrated Workshop and Warehouse for existing MLNG Complex in Bintulu.
  • Infrastructure Works on Lots 657 & 659 (1,200 acres) for Ship Building Industrial for STIDC, Tanjung Manis, Mukah.
  • Fertilizer Storage and Distribution Factory for Agromate in Bintulu.
  • Aluminium Smelter Plant and Supporting Facilities for Press Metal at Samalaju Industrial Park, Bintulu. Provision of full Phase 1 C&S Consultancy Services.
  • Ferro Manganese Alloys Smelter Plant for AML at Samalaju Industrial Park (SIP), Bintulu. Infra-structure design and Value Engineering on all structural works.
  • Lambir 275/33 KV H.T. Substation, Miri for Sarawak Energy Berhad, including a bridge over Sg. Lambir.
  • 600 megawatt Balingian Coal Fire Power Plant, Mukah. Infra-structure design and authorities submission of Plant for Shanghai Electric, China