KUALA LUMPUR: Ekovest Bhd is eyeing RM600 million worth of construction job wins in 2017 on top of its current total order book of RM6.6 billion.
Ekovest managing director Datuk Seri Lim Keng Cheng said the company is aggressively tendering for more projects, particularly the beautification works from Kuala Lumpur City Hall (DBKL) and the 1Malaysia Housing Projects for Civil Servants (PPA1M).
"We must keep on growing," Lim told a press conference at Ekovest's 31st annual general meeting, here today.
Besides construction projects, Ekovest is also involved in property development and infrastructure concession businesses.
The company's RM6.6 billion order book comprises of Duke Phase 3 (worth RM3.7 billion), EkoCheras (RM905 million), Duke Phase 2 (RM1.2 billion) and improvement and beautification works at Precinct 7 (RM163 million).
It also includes design and construction of University Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia engineering and electronic faculty (RN42 million), construction of three-stores shop offices (RM30 million) as well as improvement and beautification of Klang and Gombak Rivers (RM412 million).