Dhaya Maju Infrastructure (Asia) Sdn Bhd

2019

Asia’s Best Performing Companies

Dhaya Maju Infrastructure (Asia) Sdn Bhd

Asia’s Best Performing Companies

2019

WORDS FROM THE JURY PANEL

DMIA believes that the advancement of technology will continue to shape and transform the way clients look for solutions. It also believes that clients will, more than ever, place greater emphasis on contractors who promote productivity, safety and sustainable growth. This places DMAI in a position of strength, as it already has a strong culture of open and transparent dealings. Its management is of the belief that values of good governance promote transparency and sustainable growth and have direct correlation to DMIA’s success.

Words from the winner

Dhaya Maju Infrastructure

Taking It Personally

The harmonizing of technology and human capital, the DMIA way

Dhaya Maju Infrastructure (Asia) Sdn Bhd (DMIA Group) is a Malaysian construction, infrastructure and property company which was established in 1996. It operates regionally, with its order book currently standing at more than RM2 billion. Its clients include the Malaysian and Indian governments, local councils, and government linked companies.
The company believes in delivering world-class projects with integrity, foresight, professionalism, high quality and competence, and is a strong proponent of the belief that winning in any business means delivering projects on time and within budget. This, the company believes, promotes continual improvement, high productivity, sustainable development, and inspires excellence.
DMIA believes that its unique ability as a business is the way it is able to harmonize technology and human capital to adapt, innovate and deliver personalized solutions for clients. Doing so means involving its clients at every stage of project management in order to ensure personalized solutions from DMIA. The company also implements the DIY (Do It Yourself) rule in order to remind its staff and associates that the best way to get things done is by yourself.
In its 20 over years in business DMIA has managed to attract talented Malaysians and professionals from all over the globe who have helped the company in its push for innovation, sustainability and excellence in the construction industry. DMIA employees enjoy benefits such as career growth, competitive remuneration packages, comprehensive medical coverage, training, and exposure to various facets of the industry. Internally, employees are encouraged to learn the inner workings of other departments, thus benefitting from cross disciplinary knowledge ranging from project management, human resources, engineering, contracts and procurement. Employees are also sent for key courses held by stakeholders from each segment of the business. These range from Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB) certification, KTMB safety certification, enterprise resource planning, and leadership workshops for senior management.
The company balances out learning with heart, and strives for good corporate citizenship by way of participating in the Malaysian Graduate Training Program, supporting retired servicemen from the Malaysian army, contributing machines to local universities, and supporting the arts by way of the Sutra and Rukdrakshya Foundations, which are initiatives of the Sutra Dance Outreach program. DMIA is registered in Malaysia as a PKK Class A and CIDB G7 Contractor. The company attained ISO 9001:2008 quality certification by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance in 2004. Milestones of note for the company include Central Link KLIA Expressway, the rail link to West Port, part of the electrified double track project, and major slope rehabilitation works along the North-South Expressway. DMIA also constructed the LHDN building in Bangi, “Little India” in Brickfield and the West Coast Expressway (WCE). The company was awarded the Klang Valley Electrified Double Track (KVDT) project as part of the Malaysian Transformation Program. It was also responsible for the decade-long upgrade of the Madhya Pradesh state highway in India, the IT Corridor in Chennai; the national highway between Jaipur and Mahua in Rajasthan, and the Malaysian High Commission Building in New Delhi.

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