KTA – Consulting Engineers – Jurutera Perunding – Sarawak Malaysia

Mechanical & Electrical Engineering (M&E)

KTA’s team of experienced mechanical, electrical and electronic (M&E) engineers have designed and supervised various building services such as air-conditioning, mechanical ventilation, fire protection, plumbing, HT and LV systems, telecommunications, ICT Infrastructure and lift system designs for numerous highrise commercial and office complexes, hotels, institutions, and housing projects.

Track Records

Our track record also includes many other very challenging jobs which require highly specialised skills, such as:

  • Hospitals (medical gas and scavenging, steam boilers and calorifiers, sterilisation and disinfection, kitchen and laundry, LPG and analytical gases, laboratory, x-ray/digital imaging and nurse call systems);
  • Airport systems (baggage handling, NavAids, ComAids, passenger boarding bridges, Visual Docking Guidance, security scanning equipment and Airfield Ground Lighting);
  • Theatres, convention centres and legislative halls (stages, lighting, rigging, audio-visual and special conference systems);
  • Port and wharves (navigation aids systems, ship-to-shore communication systems, bulk material handling systems like conveyor belt lines, stackers, reclaimers and ship unloaders);
  • High-tech electronic factories (clean-room design, air scrubber systems, deionised water and industrial waste treatment systems);
  • Stadiums to FIFA standard and aquatic centres to Olympic/FINA world championship standards (sound systems, floodlighting, scoreboards, filtration, water treatments, swimming pool touch pads and electronic timing systems, etc.);
  • Water treatment plants (system process controls, supervisory controls and data acquisition);
  • Naval bases with submarine docking and repair facilities;
  • Dam operations and control systems (sluice and cone valves, draw-off pipe works, stoplog gates, bulkhead door, rotating gantry, telemetry, SCADA, monitoring and surveillance instrumentations).

An artist’s impression of the transformation of the Old DUN Building to the Proposed State Performing Arts Centre. The boulevard incorporates local cultural elements which are enhanced with the application of smart, energy-efficient
lighting systems.


Sarawak’s Darul Hana Bridge, equipped with LED facade luminaries and advanced lighting controls allows for a vibrant, yet adaptive, ambience and mood lighting for the iconic waterfront landmark.


Sarawak’s state-of-the-art competition pool venue for SUKMA XVIII, comes equipped with international standard specialist M&E facilities including network-linked LED display board systems, electronic competition timing equipments, competition standard certified lighting systems and Ozone water treatment systems.


The fire-fighting system for the Sarawak General Hospital plays a critical role in ensuring the safety of its occupants. A well designed and coordinated installation safeguards the functionality of the system and aids in maintainability, providing peace-of-mind to the building owner and all occupants.


Centralised air-conditioned chiller for the Sarawak General Hospital, Kuching utilised energy efficient variable speed drive centralised watercooled chiller system equipped with central plant optimisation controls to provide optimum cooling and electricity consumption in compliance with Building Energy Index (BEI) requirements.


The main electrical switch board for the Sarawak General Hospital Daycare and Laboratory Block is designed to the highest standards for safety and reliability for patient critical healthcare facilities.

Featured Project


The Conveyor System Facility (CSF) at Samalaju Industrial Port Sdn. Bhd. (SIPSB) is a material handling system consisting of an Open Trough belt conveyor (6260m in length) and a Pipe Belt conveyor (1948m in length) that is designed to handle a total annual throughput of 12 million tonnes in dry bulk cargo.

The Pipe Belt conveyor (Line A) is designed for handling fine Alumina material and has a belt diameter of 500mm rated at 1,200 TPH with an enclosed top loading gallery along Berth 4 and an enclosed unloading gallery at Transfer House 3 (TH3).

The Open Trough Conveyor Belt (CB) System consists of CB Line B, Line C, Line D and Stockpile Conveyors (handling rate of up to 3,000TPH each) that handles mainly dry bulk material other than Alumina.

The CSF is designed for the incorporation of a Future Export Conveyor Belt (Line E) to transfer export dry bulk material through the interfacing Transfer House (TH3) and on to the Export Berths.