Ports & Airports


Kuala Lumpur International Airport

KLIA is a modern airport hub that incorporates the latest technology in building science while applying the concept of “forest within an airport and an airport within a forest”. To carry out this philosophy, an area of 25,000 acres were constructed with buildings to be uniquely different in design and usage. With limited timeframe, the engineering terms coupled with scale of project has made this a challenging construction. KLIA was completed in 1998.


KLIA2 / New Kuala Lumpur Low Cost Carrier Terminal

In 2012, we have completed the new LCCT situated next to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport Main Terminal. The LCCT is able to handle 30 million passengers per annum (MPPA) but the number is expected to climb and the LCCT will be upgraded in future to receive up to 45 MPPA.


Sultan Azlan Shah Airport, Ipoh

RBSB was responsible for the planning and design of the airport to accommodate B737 aircrafts, encompassing the Runway, Infrastructure, Terminal Building Works, Communications and Navigation Aids.


Kuantan Port

Ranhill has been responsible for the Port layout planning and optimisation studies, engineering design and tender documentation of breakwater, capital dredging and
land reclamation, detailed environmental impact assessment, construction supervision and contract administration.

Other Projects

• Kuantan Airport Feasibility Study, Pahang
• Tioman Airport Feasibility Study, Pahang
• Jeddah Haj Terminal Expansion
• MAS Simulators & Administration Blocks, Subang, Selangor
• Sandakan Airport, Sabah
• Northern Region International Airport (NRIA) Study

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