Road, Rail & Bridges


Kuala Lumpur – Singapore High Speed Rail

The KL-SG High Speed Rail (HSR) project, an initiative by the Government of Malaysia under the Economic Transformation Programme, intendet to provide an alternative travel mode between Malaysia and Singapore and subsequently unlock the economic potential along the HSR Corridor. A Bilateral Agreement was officially signed by both countries on 13 December 2016. The project consist of a 350km route with a design speed of 350km/hour. The alignment starts from Bandar Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur and ends at Jurong East, Singapore with a travelling time of 90 minutes. There will be eight (8) stations altogether where seven (7) stations will be located in Malaysia and one (1) station in Singapore. A heavy maintenance base and a depot will also be build in Malaysia.

Ranhill was appointed as the Lead Reference Design Consultants for Package 04 for the Civil Infrastruture works covering a stretch of 108km from the border of Selangor/Negeri Sembilan to the border of Melaka/Johor. The alignment consist of at-grade and elevated sections and interfacing with two domestic stations in Seremban, Negeri Sembilan and Ayer Keroh, Melaka. There are three (3) major river crossing involved and several bridges crossing roads and other existing utilities. Two (2) tunnels using the New Austrian tunnelling method (NATM) are also located within the alignment. Apart from the infrastructure works, the package also includes one (1) Heavy Maintenance Base building located in Muar, Johor.



Independent Checking Engineer (ICE) For Damansara – Shah Alam Highway (DASH)

RBSB acts as an Independent Checking Engineer (ICE) for Damansara-Shah Alam Highway (DASH) that will be of 20.1-KM, three-lane, dual carriageway expressway starting from Puncak Perdana in Shah Alam to the Penchala interchange. The construction of DASH is to be started at mid of year 2016, with expected completion on 2020.


Central Spine Road

Central Spine Road (CSR) is one of the Malaysia government projects that are implemented under the East Coast Economic Region (ECER) Master Plan. CSR is approximately 60-KM in length with dual two carriageways.


Akleh Phase 2

Ranhill was appointed by Turnpike Synergy Sdn Bhd (Concession Company) to carry out the preliminary and detailed engineering design and construction supervision of AKLEH Phase 2. AKLEH Phase 2 involves the construction of a 1.4 Km fully elevated 3 lane extension from Jalan Jelatek Interchange to Middle Ring Road Interchange.


Muar Bridge and Bypass Project

The bypass road diverts traffic away from Muar Town, thus relieving traffic congestion. It is 632-KM cable-stayed bridge with a main span of 132-KM.


South Klang Valley Expressway(SKVE)

The 52-KM South Klang Valley Expressway consists of eight interchange, six toll plazas and two rest & service areas (RSA). SKVE connects Putrajaya to Pulau Indah.


Senai – Desaru Expressway

Senai-Desaru Expressway is a 77-KM with dual-two expressway. It consists of six interchanges and two rest and service areas (RSA). Senai-Desaru Expressway connects Senai Airport in the West of Johor to Desaru in the East. The construction of its bridge involved a single-plane cable stayed bridge with total length of 1.7-KM and a navigational span of 500m crosses the Sungai Johor.


Malaysia-Singapore Second Crossing

The 2.1km bridge connecting Malaysia and Singapore is an alternative to the existing causeway. The bridge main span is 165m wide with cast-in-situ box girder segments and the approaches consist of precast box grinder segments.


Second Penang Bridge

Second Penang Bridge is the second-longest sea-crossing bridge in Malaysia and the fifth-longest in Southeast Asia. The bridge is 24-KM in length with a dual carriageway toll bridge. The bridge has been opened for public on March 2014.


LRT System 2 Kuala Lumpur

RBSB successfully concluded the detailed design of the five underground stations, a 6 km-long cut & cover tunnel along Sg. Klang and electrification of the whole system.



The aerotrain shuttles passengers between the Main Terminal Building and Satellite Building of Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Electrified Double Track Rawang – Ipoh

The 180 km Rawang-Ipoh Tracking is one of the most extensive railway infrastructure projects in Malaysia. RBSB designed 110 km of the project between Rawang and Bidor complete with bridges, yards and stations without disrupting the operations of Keretapi Tanah Melayu( KTMB).

Other Projects

• Trip Generation Study in Malaysia
• Bridge Capacity Determination Project, Malaysia
• Ulu Yam Baru – Ulu Gombak Road, Selangor
• Dedicated Highway to Kuala Lumpur International Airport
• Kuantan – Pekan Road Rehabilitation, Pahang
• Improvement of Jalan Gopeng with Segmental Box Girder Bridge, Perak
• KL Sentral Traffic Dispersal Study with Segmental Box Girder Bridge
• Shah Alam Expressway, Selangor
• Pendang Interchange, Kedah
• Ladang Bertam Interchange, Penang
• Jalan Jelatek Interchange, Kuala Lumpur

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