A government hospital costing RM500 million will be built in the vicinity of Autoville, Cyberjaya within the next two years, says Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.
A government hospital costing RM500 million will be built in the vicinity of Autoville, Cyberjaya within the next two years, says Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah.

CYBERJAYA: A government hospital costing RM500 million will be built in the vicinity of Autoville here within the next two years, Treasury secretary-general Tan Sri Dr Mohd Irwan Serigar Abdullah said.

He said the bidding documents for the project were being prepared by Cyberview Sdn Bhd, a government-owned company spearheading the development of Cyberjaya.

The selection of the contractor is expected to be completed in three months’ time, he told reporters after opening a TSI synthetic football field, Wednesday.

He said the hospital spanning over 4.86 hectares would help reduce the congestion at public hospitals in Putrajaya and Serdang and benefit residents in Cyberjaya as well as those in Puchong, Dengkil and Sepang.

On the football pitch, Mohd Irwan Serigar said it was the first synthetic football field built the Ministry of Finance in Cyberjaya and the 19th in the country.

“The ministry plans to build 30 synthetic football fields costing about RM4 million each throughout the country by next year in an effort to attract more young people to play football and help raise our football standards,” he said.

SHARE
Previous articleTrams for Putrajaya, Cyberjaya in three years?
Next articlePKNS to develop Selangor Cyber Valley in Sepang
As one of the premier cyber cities in the region, more than 700 companies, including over 30 multinational corporations, have chosen Cyberjaya as the preferred location to operate their businesses. With the current 16 established property developers vying to invest more than RM20bil in Cyberjaya by 2016, there will be more than 28,000 residential units with an expected population of 100,000 by then. The opening of Cyberjaya's first neighbourhood mall, D'Pulze Shopping Centre and IOI City Mall Putrajaya will serve as a catalyst to boost Cyberjaya to the next growth tier. Coupled with completion of various residential developments, Cyberjaya will see population expansion soon. Other catalysts would involve the upcoming Cyberjaya City Centre, Xiamen University Malaysia Campus, the Maju Expressway extension through Cyberjaya and the Sungai Buloh-Kajang-Putrajaya MRT 2 extension. If you are seeking investment opportunities, Cyberjaya should be in your checklist. Call 016-7737036 for more information.