Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd Was Proudly Invited By PAM To Present About PAM Architectural Heritage Conservation Course For Architects

Kuala Lumpur, 4th November 2023 – Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was invited by PAMPresident and PAM Human Settlement, Heritage and Conservation Committee (HHC) to present about the case studies of heritage conservation and redevelopment in Malaysia and Singapore which have been completed by Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd throughout the years.


Year 2001 – Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd have successfully completed a cultural heritage conservation in St. Paul and A Famosa Santiago Gate, Malacca. We had strengthened of the stone structure ands arch due to the weathering impact and deterioration of material.
Year 2002 – Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was engaged by JKR to conduct rehabilitation & restoration work on the Istana Hulu and conversion from a palace into a museum building. Now, it is called the Sultan Azlan Shah Gallery, which was officially opened in 2003.
Year 2007 – Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was appointed to restore the 2-storey premises at Lebuh Gereja , Penang. Since it was designated to be the conservation buildings, hence conservation repair methods were applied to the respective buildings. Strengthening of masonry structure were performed due to occurrence of the settlement problem.
Year 2008 – Urban planning concept was introduced to the historical traditional Malay village known as The Morten Village (Malay: Kampung Morten). It was designated a history village under Malacca’s Preservation and Conservation Enactment in 1989, the region has since developed to become a popular tourist destination. Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was engaged to restore and conserve the 88 units of traditional Malay Timber Houses at Morten Village, Melaka.
Year 2010 – Waterproofing to flat roof due to water leakage problem was performed by Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd at Masjid Ubudiah, Kuala Kangsar. The mosque is located beside the Royal Mausoleum on Jalan Istana at Bukit Chandan in Kuala Kangsar. The mosque was finally completed in late 1917 at a total cost of $24,000 or RM200,000. The mosque is now a symbol of pride for the people of the state of Perak.
Year 2011 – Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was appointed to restore Masjid Kapitan Keling’s Dome , Penang. We have restored the copper and concrete domes due to water leakage problem. We are honoured to receive the “PAM Awards 2013” under Category 7 Conservation.
Year 2011 – Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was ventured into the Singapore market. We have successfully restored the Capitol Building, Singapore and NCO Club, Singapore. We have restored and reinstate the roof, façade, doors & windows of the respective buildings.
Year 2016 – Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was engaged to restore the flat roof & dome roof waterproofing works c/w reinstatement of mosaic finishes in Masjid Negara, Kuala Lumpur. We are honoured to receive “Mapei XVIII International Reference Grand Prix – 2019 Best Projects Award” for the restoration and conservation works. This project was also published in Asia-Pacific Cultural Centre for UNESCO (ACCU) Nara International Journal.
Year 2017 –The construction of Malaysia’s Parliament House started in 1961 and was completed in 1963. On July 6, 2007, the Parliament Complex was declared a heritage site under Clause 67 of National Heritage Act 2005 (Act 645) and further gazetted on June 6, 2011. It was proudly to announce that Structural Repairs (M) Sdn Bhd was engaged to perform façade restoration, structural strengthening, pinnacle roof repair, and waterproofing work according to the conservation method
Year 2023 –Rumah Sri Aman , where the Sri Aman Declaration was signed between Sarawak government and the communists on October 21, 1973, will be turned into a museum. Structural Repairs (EM) Sdn Bhd was appointed to repair and restore the building to transform the heritage building to a museum for tourism purpose.

Key Takeaways

Heritage is a piece of our past that has been saved for the present and will be passed on to succeeding generations. Heritage is thought of as knowledge that is defined within social, political, and cultural context and is conceived as the meanings associated to the past in the present. An individual community’s cultural identity and heritage are symbolised by old and historic buildings.

Conservation of heritage buildings is initiated by the government and private sector in Malaysia. The government showed effort to appreciate the existing of heritage buildings in Malaysia by establishing the National Heritage Department of Malaysia (Jabatan Warisan Negara) in the year 2006. Heritage buildings conservation can be described in many words. However, what is conservation? In general, conservation is a technical activity towards historical buildings. In order to conserve the heritage buildings’ material and structure, physical effort was required. It is a procedure to stop degradation, and the goal is to make buildings last longer.

We at Structural Repairs (M) Sdn. Bhd. are professional and competent technical specialist contractor will ensure the efforts of heritage conservation in Malaysia will be successful.

Please do not hesitate to contact us if you require more information. Our team will be happy and glad to assist you.

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