MCC Malaysia Achieves The Highest Qlassic Score


KUALA LUMPUR: MCC Overseas (M) Sdn Bhd (MCC Malaysia) has obtained an 89% Quality Assessment System in Construction (Qlassic) score for the construction of The Face 2 Platinum Victory Suites, the highest rating recorded to date under the high-rise residential category, since the system was introduced in 2007 by the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB).

“At MCC Malaysia, we always take great pride in our work and we are proud to have set this record score in the CIDB’s Qlassic metric as the assessment was not an easy process which involved strict, rigorous and meticulous evaluations of over 600 materials and 300 units.”

“We have reached this historic milestone with The Face 2 Platinum Victory Suites project thanks to the passion and professionalism the team has demonstrated, and to receive the highest ever Qlassic score is a testament to the Company’s commitment and exemplary pursuit in workmanship quality in building construction,” MCC Malaysia managing director Li An Wei said.

CIDB chief executive Datuk Ahmad ‘Asri Abdul Hamid said the achievement of quality made by MCC Malaysia for The Face 2 Platinum Victory Suites is one to be celebrated.

“I believe that your achievement will serve as a role model for this industry and be a catalyst for all developers and construction companies to pursue quality in workmanship for all their building projects,” he said.

Completed in July 2022, The Face 2 Platinum Victory Suites is a 51-storey luxury condominium developed by Platinum Victory Property. With a total of 1025 units, it comes with a variety of facilities including an infinity pool with a 180 view of the KL city skyline.

Platinum Victory Property co-founder Datuk Alex Tan Ai Chong said the team has demonstrated a very strong commitment to workmanship quality and timeliness throughout the project.

“We applaud their performance and are proud that the construction for The Face Suites development has received the Qlassic certification with the highest score ever recorded under the high-rise residential category,” he said.