PETALING JAYA: OCR Group Bhd will deploy Acotec Sdn Bhd’s industrialised constructing system (IBS) know-how in its PRIYA Kuantan affordable residence mission as a part of its inexperienced initiative.
The property developer yesterday introduced its strategic collaboration with Acotec, a member of the OSK Group, for the aim.
OCR chief advertising officer Emily Ong stated the strategic collaboration is a mirrored image of the group’s help in direction of the Public Works Department’s Strategic Plan 2021-2025.
The plan strives to enhance the use of IBS in Malaysia by aiming for all development tasks valued at RM10mil and above to acquire IBS scores of a minimum of 70%.
“This is OCR’s first utilisation of IBS components in our landed homes, and this forms part of our ongoing adoption of technology and sustainable building solutions to build quality, value-added homes for our purchasers.
“At the same time, leveraging IBS technology in the construction process will improve our construction efficiency and overcome the challenge of labour shortage in the market,” she stated in a press release.
This is predicted to improve the group’s capacity to honour its dedication to delivering these affordable homes,” she added.
PRIYA Kuantan, OCR’s first joint-venture affordable homes mission with Yayasan Pahang, has a gross growth worth of RM166mil and is the most important affordable residence scheme in Kuantan, Pahang.
The mission, which is absolutely bought out, is focused for completion from mid-2022 onwards.
Ong stated that as an environment friendly constructing technique that shortens the development interval and ensures higher workmanship and ending high quality, Acotec wall panels are the reply to a decrease value construction, lowered dependency on international labour and high quality affordable housing.
“The benefits of IBS solutions also extend to environmental sustainability, as Acotec’s proprietary wall panels promote circularity by making use of recyclable materials as one of its constituents without compromising on functionality, safety and practicality,” she added.