Malaysia

Headquartered in Kuala Lumpur since the early eighties, this office handles significant public and private projects across Malaysia with a notable track record in long-span and high-rise structures.

Offices

  • Head Office
  • No. 61-2, Jalan SS23/15
    47400 Petaling Jaya
    Selangor Darul Ehsan
    Malaysia

    +60378043313

  • general@tylin.com.my
  • Johor Bahru Branch Office
  • No. 65-02, Jalan Molek 1/29
    Taman Molek, 81100 Johor Bahru
    Johor, Malaysia

    +6073617878

  • general@tylin.com.my

T. Y. Lin International Sdn. Bhd. established in 1980 in Johor Bahru. TYLI subsequently relocated to Kuala Lumpur in the early eighties, prompted by resurgence in the property market in the Malaysian capital. TYLI has established itself as a leading consulting practice which offers a complete spectrum of professional services ranging from Project Planning, Feasibility Studies, Civil & Structural Design, Tender Documentation, Cost Estimates, Value Engineering, Contract Administration, Engineering Audit & Review, Construction Engineering, Construction Supervision, Alternative Design, Failure Investigation and Retrofitting.

Regional Projects

  • PAVILION

    PAVILION

    KUALA LUMPUR

    PAVILION

    KUALA LUMPUR

    PAVILION

    The Kuala Lumpur Pavilion sits on a 12.6 acre site facing Jalan Raja Chulan / Jalan Bukit Bintang.

    The project consists of :-

    Phase 1
    6 storey shopping mall and 9 storey entertainment centre and 3 basement car park.

    Phase 2
    1 block 20 storey office, 2 block 43 storey and 50 storey (above shopping mall) service apartment and 15 storey hotel.

    The Service Apartment is named “The Pavilion Residence” and consists of 368 units of high end services apartments spread over two towers. The unit sizes for these apartments ranges from about 1200 sq.ft for a 2 room unit, 2000-2500 sq.ft for a 3 room unit to 4 bedroom units of about 4000 sq.ft on the higher floors. There are also duplex units and a penthouse over each block. Structurally, a shear wall concept has been adopted for the apartment towers with a transfer plate located a floor above the podium roof level. The towers are founded on individual piled rafts.

    The shopping centre is the main focus of the development, taking up a nett lettable area of 1.37 million square feet spread over 7 retail levels with approximately 450 retail shops.

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  • BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE

    BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE

    KUALA LUMPUR

    BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE

    KUALA LUMPUR

    BERJAYA TIMES SQUARE

    The Berjaya Times Square comprises 6 developments in a single, architecturally integrated building structure. These 6 components which share a common carpark of 4338 bays are :

    • Shopping Mall • Food and Entertainment Centre • Indoor Theme Park • Group Corporate Offices • Hotel and Services Suites

    With the largest indoor amusement park, the largest shopping in Asia, Berjaya Times Square brings to life the bright city lights and adds to the pulse of Kuala Lumpur. Due to the substantial size of the project, various types of structural systems were used to suit the requirements. Many engineering solution had been adopted to reduce costs, simplify construction, and ensure that the structure is easy to maintain.

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  • SHAH ALAM STADIUM

    SHAH ALAM STADIUM

    KUALA LUMPUR

    SHAH ALAM STADIUM

    KUALA LUMPUR

    SHAH ALAM STADIUM

    This stadium is circular on plan with a diameter of 1,000 ft and houses 75,000 seats for spectators. It forms part of a large sports complex. Two crescent-shaped space-frame roof structures cover the majority of the grandstand area. The roof structures are supported only along the outer edge of the stadium, the cladding over the roof structure is of translucent material such as polycarbonate or plexiglass. The grandstand is constructed of bleachers supported on concrete frames. Single Tees and double tees are used for the five levels of structures located behind the grandstand.

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  • PRINCE COURT MEDICAL CENTRE

    PRINCE COURT MEDICAL CENTRE

    KUALA LUMPUR

    PRINCE COURT MEDICAL CENTRE

    KUALA LUMPUR

    PRINCE COURT MEDICAL CENTRE

    This modern private hospital is a 7 storey building with 3 basement carparks. Located at the junction of Jalan Bukit Bintang and Jalan Tun Razak, it houses 350 beds and is equipped with the latest medical equipment and technology.

    Special features of the hospital include the wavy tiered roof, hanging staircase in the lobby and an artistic sculpture at the main entrance.

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  • MINISTRY OF FINANCE BUILDING

    MINISTRY OF FINANCE BUILDING

    PUTRAJAYA

    MINISTRY OF FINANCE BUILDING

    PUTRAJAYA

    MINISTRY OF FINANCE BUILDING

    The project consists of 3 blocks of 7 to 13-storeys office buildings namely the North, South and Centre Tower located at Precinct 2 in the Core island of Putrajaya.

    The structural frames were designed to withstand lateral load induced from a high hillslope behind the building. This lateral force was eventually translated to the foundation which was designed to withstand the lateral forces. The Centre Tower is curved inwards and supported on column frames inclined at 15 to achieve the leaning effect.

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People

  • Managing Director

    Chin Chee Wee

    Managing Director

    Chin Chee Wee

    Managing Director

    Ir. Chin Chee Wee graduated in Bachelor of Civil Engineering from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia in 1996 and Master of Business Administration from Charles Sturt University, Australia in 1999. As the Managing Director of T.Y.Lin Malaysia, his primary role is to direct and control all the business operations, inclusive of financial planning, corporate vision, mission and long term goals. He has also involved in the design of major civil and infrastructure works from inception to final design and contract administration. Ir. Chin has joined T.Y.Lin International since 1996 and he is a registered Professional Engineer with Practicing Certificate (PEPC) from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) with more than 20 years practical experience in the civil and structural engineering works.

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  • Director

    Lee Kian An

    Director

    Lee Kian An

    Director

    Ir. Lee Kian An graduated in Bachelor of Civil Engineering from National University of Singapore in 1988. As the Director of T.Y.Lin Malaysia, his responsibilities include the lead roles of project implementation of different type of buildings from inception to final design and contract administration. He is also involved in the office management, administration and ISO implementation in the office. He was involved in the design and contract administration of several R.C. and PT building structures projects in Malaysia. Ir. Lee joined T.Y.Lin International since 1990 and he is a registered Professional Engineer with Practicing Certificate (PEPC) from the Board of Engineers Malaysia (BEM) with more than 25 years practical experience in the civil and structural engineering works.

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  • Director

    Alvin Ang Cheng Hin

    Director

    Alvin Ang Cheng Hin

    Director

    Ir. Alvin Ang Cheng Hin graduated in Bachelor of Civil Engineering (Hons) from University of Leeds, United Kingdom in 1999 and was presented “Helsedin Award” in 1998 by School of Civil Engineering, University of Leeds, United Kingdom. He is an energetic and vibrant person, always seeking for challenges with the capability to learn and adapt fast. He was previously involved in several major structural design works such as Star Residence, Ilham Tower and office building at KL Sentral. He is currently involved in design and coordination of brigde and rail projects such as SUKE Package CA4, Batang Paloh, Batang Sadong, Igan, Klang Valley MRT Underground Line 1 & Line 2 and LRT3 Tunnel Underground Package. Ir. Alvin has joined T.Y.Lin International since 2001 and he is a registered Professional Engineer with Practicing Certificate (PEPC) from Board of Engineer Malaysia (BEM) with 20 years of practical in civil and structural engineering works.

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