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MRCB in talks with Limkokwing University for possible future collaboration

15 January 2019

  • MRCB in talks with Limkokwing University for possible future collaboration
  • MRCB in talks with Limkokwing University for possible future collaboration
  • MRCB in talks with Limkokwing University for possible future collaboration
  • MRCB in talks with Limkokwing University for possible future collaboration

The Development Director of Malaysia Resources Corporation Berhad (MRCB), Ir. Allan G Goonting and Senior Project Manager, Aminullah Jamaludin visited Limkokwing University’s flagship campus on 10 January 2019.

The guests received a Limkokwing red carpet welcome and were brought on a campus tour to be familiarised with the campus ecosystem. The visit was aimed at discussing the current developments in Cyberjaya.

During their meeting with the Founder and President of Limkokwing Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Paduka Dr. Limkokwing and Senior Vice President, Dato’ Gail Phung, they explored the master plan for the Cyberjaya City Centre project to come up with ideas on how to better develop it.

Limkokwing University seemed an appropriate fit to approach and work with as many developers use it as a benchmark for Cyberjaya.

In giving his overall feedback Ir. Allan said, “I’m so impressed with Limkokwing University. For me this University is more interesting compared to other universities. From what I see here, there is a lot of creativity around.”

Aminullah Jamaludin , mentioned that it was his second time visiting Limkokwing and evident changes have taken place in the University over the years.

“It was my second visit here. The first visit was years ago and I notice there so many changes happening here; hopefully I’m around to attend the coming cultural event, ” Aminullah commented.

“Apart of these changes, I’m also interested with the wonders of Kuala Lumpur Panaxity project done by Limkokwing students. Look at the resolution! it is very impressive,” he concluded.

MRCB is vital player in the Cyberjaya City Centre (CCC) development project to be established over the next 15 to 20 years. The project sits on a 140-acre freehold land parcel and has an estimated gross development value (GDV) of RM8 to 10 billion.

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