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Light Rail Transit Line 3 (LRT 3) Project from Bandar Utama to Johan Setia


Project Description
Light Rail Transit Line 3 (LRT 3) Project from Bandar Utama to Johan Setia


Date of Commencement
16 June 2017


Project Summary

Following the 2015 Budget which was tabled on 10 October 2014, the Prime Minister announced that the government will fund RM9 billion to build the LRT3 project linking Bandar Utama to Shah Alam and Klang.

Prasarana Malaysia Berhad (Prasarana), the wholly-owned Government Company, was given the mandate as the project owner and MRCB George Kent Sdn Bhd was appointed as the Project Delivery Partner (PDP).


CTCI – CMCE JV SDN BHD (CCJV), a joint venture vehicle between CTCI Corporation from Taiwan and CMC Engineering Sdn Bhd was awarded a RM616 million contract for the design, manufacture, supply, delivery, installation, testing and commissioning of power supply and distribution system (PS&DS) for the LRT3 Bandar Utama to Johan Setia project.

The main power supply and distribution system, among others, shall consists of the following:

  • 132/33kV Bulk Infeed Substations (BSS);

  • 33kV Distribution System;

  • 33kV Distribution Substation;

  • 750V DC Traction Substation (TPSS);

  • 750V DC Distribution to the Third Rail Contact system;

  • 750V DC Depot Power Supply to Stinger System;

  • Provision to connect 33kV/LV Power supplies to Stations, Depot, etc.


Part of the contract requires the CCJV consortium to install an Alternative to Automatic Assured Receptivity Unit (AARU) based on Inverter Technology. The AARU is a wayside automatic receptivity unit, which ensures track receptivity during regenerative braking.


AARU dissipates all surplus energy that cannot be absorbed by other onboard loads / nearby trains within a Traction Power Substation (TPSS). The AARU is an energy dissipation system that consists of an indoor power control cabinet and an external resistor bank for outdoor installation. The system ensures track receptivity during regenerative braking by dissipating all surplus energy, which cannot be absorbed by other onboard loads or nearby trains.


The AARU also operate in coordination with wayside energy storage and energy recuperation systems to ensure that the braking energy is recycled effectively and that any dissipation into resistors occurs only as a last resort. This in turn reduces energy wastage and creates a more energy efficient public transportation system. 


Ho Chi Minh MRT Line 1


Project Description

  1. Ho Chi Minh MRT Line 1 Project, Vietnam – The Engineering, Procurement, System Integration and Integrated Factory Acceptance Test (iFAT) of Telecommunication Sub-systems (awarded by Hitachi Kokusai Electric).

  2. 19.7km 

  3. 14 stations

Date of Commencement
27 March 2017 

Project Summary 
The first line of Ho Chi Minh City’s Metro System Line 1 (HCML1), will cover 19.7 km with 14 stations, mostly above ground, and connect the city centre with eastern districts.

Our Vietnamese branch, CMC Vietnam was awarded  the telecommunications package which entails the engineering, procurement, system Integration and iFAT of Telecommunication Sub-systems for HCML1 project.

The followings are the summary of telecommunication works to be delivered:

  • Design engineering

  • FAT& iFAT

  • System integraion

  • Delivery Fault Telecommunication System including SDH

  • Telephone and public address

  • CCTV

  • Train-borne comms

  • Master Clock

  • Disaster Prevention System

Algeria System Design and Integration Work - Telecommunication Systems 


Project Description:

Crude Oil Gathering And Processing Facilities For Hassi Messaoud Upside North Project


Our Scope of Works:

  • Telephone System

  • Interphone System

  • VHF Radio Network

  • PAGA System

  • CCTV System

  • Access Control System

  • Anti Intrusion Detection System

  • Local Area Network

  • Transmission Network


Kuwait Power Plant (National Kuwait Petroleum)

Japan Gas Corporation EICS Pre-commissioning Support Services

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