SERVICE DESCRIPTION

KPRJ Builders Sdn Bhd (formerly known as Julung Cipta Sdn Bhd) is a subsidiary of Kumpulan Prasarana Rakyat Johor Sdn. Bhd. (KPRJ), a company owned by the State Government of Johor. JCSB was incorporated on October 28, 1996 with a paid up capital of RM 600,000.00, as of 28th May 1997.

Under the directive of KPRJ, KPRJ BUILDERS was originally established to maintain and build new mosques in several districts across Johor. A total of 32 mosques were assigned and were successfully completed.

On March 26, 2004, we became a subsidiary of KPRJ with a new line up of Board of Directors and management. KPRJ has also increased our paid-up capital to RM1,500,000.00. On April 5, 2004 we successfully obtained the G7 Grade from the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) and a Class A PKK License under Bumiputera Status. By improving our working standards and quality of services, we obtained the ISO 9001:2008 certification on March 10, 2008.

Our employees are appropriately qualified and are registered members of CIDB. With sound planning and execution, we have effectively completed projects ahead of schedule without compromising the quality of its construction. Within the 12 years since our restructuring, we have successfully completed projects worth more than RM1.0 billion.

VARIOUS PROJECTS

With the new team on board, we successfully secured various projects such as Phase 1 of the prestigious Johor State New Administrative Centre (JSNAC) worth RM 170 million in 2012. We are actively involved in the current development of Nusajaya and the Iskandar Region. Our major clients include Nusajaya Development Sdn Bhd, Iskandar Investment Bhd, YPJ Holdings Sdn Bhd, I & P Group, IDR Assets Sdn Bhd and Johore State Government.

SEKOLAH AGAMA KERAJAAN JOHOR

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We have been given the mandate to complete the construction of 95 abandoned Sekolah Agama Kerajaan Johor (SAKJ), a project that is worth RM168 million. The entire project is bound to complete by 2017.