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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Fiabci awards galore

By The Star

About 1,300 guests at the 15th International Real Estate Federation (Fiabci) Malaysia Property Award held last Saturday observed a minute of silence for the passing of Genting Group founder Tan Sri Lim Goh Tong.

The late Lim was awarded the “Property Man of the Year” by FIABCI in 2002.

The Malaysia Property Award, dubbed the “Oscars” of the property industry, was organised by the Fiabci Malaysia chapter. The event was graced by the Sultan of Selangor, Sultan Sharafuddin Idris Shah.

YTL Land & Development Bhd bagged two awards at the International Real Estate Federation (Fiabci) Malaysia Property Award 2007, while SP Setia Bhd group managing director and chief executive officer Tan Sri Liew Kee Sin was named Property Man of the Year 2007.

YTL Land's Sentul West & Sentul East Master Plans won the best master plan development award and its Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre picked up the special award for national contribution.

Other winners included Stonor Park (best residential development for high-rise), Pinggiran Bayou Village (best residential development for low-rise), Genting Highlands Resort (best resort development), KB Mall (best retail development), Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery (best specialised project) and Persada Johor International Convention Centre (best specialised project).

In his speech, Liew said the past decade had been a challenging but rewarding journey for him at SP Setia.

“My vision was simple - to be the best in all we do. I demanded the best service and product quality from my team and I am deeply gratified that our commitment in these areas has propelled us to the forefront of the industry.”

He added that the group would continue to “improve and evolve'' to become a global player.

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