Hospital Shah Alam

Client     : Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia
Location : Shah Alam, Selangor                           
Year       : 2007
Cost       : RM520mil

EAG advised on the benchmark targets for energy water, waste and materials for this public hospital with a construction cost of RM485mil. The targets were translated to strategies according to public work’s aim for a low cost green building. On completion, it will be first public green hospital in Malaysia. The scope and aim of the project is  a comprehensive implementation of or ‘green’ criteria for the Proposed hospital  as outlined in  requirements entitled  ‘Green building, sustainability, energy efficiency  (EE)  and Indoor Environmental Quality’ in the project brief. To achieve the ‘green’ recognition, efforts will involve a performance-based approach to design and construction based on added features and enhancements to the existing design.  EAG assisted in assigning roles of each members of the design team in fulfilling the criteria of a ‘green’ hospital. This includes a commitment to an integrated, holistic green method of design, construction and operation including the   continuous commissioning of the building to make sure that all systems are working from and throughout the life of the building.