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INTRODUCTION

Construction Infrastructure

Property
Plantation

Industry

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INTRODUCTION

INDUSTRY DIVISION
Core Business
 We manufacture Pretensioned Spun
Concrete Piles

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INTRODUCTION

Quarry Ready-Mixed
Malaysian Rock Concrete
Products Sdn Bhd Strong Mixed
Concrete Sdn Bhd

Other
Businesses
Rental of
Prestressing Steel
Scaffolding
Durabon Sdn Bhd
Scaffold Master Sdn
Bhd

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INTRODUCTION

OVERSEAS
OPERATIONS

CHINA INDIA
ICP Spun Piles Quarry
PAKISTAN Ready-Mixed Concrete
Ready-Mixed Concrete 5
PRETENSIONED SPUN
CONCRETE PILES
(ICP PILES)

Produced by
INDUSTRIAL CONCRETE PRODUCTS
SDN BHD
(ICP)
INTRODUCTION

Mitsui - Jurutama JV
to produce the first ICP
Pretensioned Spun commenced
Cocnrete Piles for business in
Penang’s Prai September
Power Station 1977
project in 1976

FIRST commercial
LARGEST spun manufacturer of High
pile manufacturer Performance
in South East Pretensioned Spun
Asia Concrete Piles in
Malaysia

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OVER THE 40 YEARS…

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PRODUCTION FACILITIES

 ICP has 10 factories with 13 production


lines in Peninsular Malaysia.
 ICP also has 1 factory in Jiangmen,
China, manufacturing large diameter
marine piles of up to 1400mm and
single pile length up to 50m.
 ICP has production capacity of 2 million
tons per annum.

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LOCATION OF PRODUCTION FACILITIES

Jawi Factory

Kuala Terengganu
Factory
Ipoh Factory

Lumut Factory
• 3 lines
• 2 jetties
• Jointing facility

Kapar Factory
• Bitumen coating

Klang Factory Senai Factory


• Bitumen coating Nilai Factory

Ulu Choh Factory 10


LOADING FACILITIES

For shipment of piles to


overseas:
• Location: Lumut,
Perak
• Two jetties
• One quaywall

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OTHER FACILITIES

Bitumen Coating Facility at ICP Factory 12


OTHER FACILITIES

Joint Welding Facility at ICP Factory


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INNOVATION & TECHNOLOGY

 High strength concrete: Grade


100 concrete
 Production automation
 Automated welding
 Automated concrete feeding pump
 Conveyor handling devices
 Automated mould cleaning system

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GLOBAL PRESENCE

Brunei
Singapore
Indonesia
Vietnam
USA Myanmar
Canada New Zealand

Sri Lanka
Bangladesh
The Middle East
Pakistan
Maldives

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INTRODUCTION

ICP PILES
AREA OF APPLICATIONS

HIGHRISE FACTORY / WAREHOUSE

POWER PLANT SHOP HOUSES / HOUSES


AIRPORTS

SEAPORTS HOSPITALS

HIGHWAYS

BRIDGES

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ADVANTAGES OF PILES

• High resistance to chloride and sulphate attack.


• High concrete strength (Grade 80 & 100).
• Can be driven through hard strata.
• Environmentally friendly.
• High early strength.
• Manufactured up to dia.1400mm and a maximum length of 46m in single
pile and jointed up to 66m in our factory.
COMPARE TO BORE PILES

 Easier installation, faster work progress.


 Can be inspected for quality and soundness before
driving.
 Not subjected to squeezing or necking problem.
 Construction not affected by ground water.
 Can withstand high bending and tensile stresses.
 Cleaner sites.
 More economical solution.
COMPARED TO SQUARE PILES

 Higher prestress in concrete: easier handling at


site.
 Higher concrete grade: higher axial capacity
and to sustain higher driving stresses.
 Lighter unit weight: higher efficiency during
installation.
 automated processes: better Quality
 Indoor casting eliminate weather condition
factors.
 Higher Tensile Capacity.
 Can be driven 3 days after casting, enable
faster delivery to ensure work progress.
COMMON PILE SHOES

X – Pointed Rock / Oslo

Pipe
MANUFACTURING PROCESS
INSTALLATION METHOD

Hydraulic Injection
INSTALLATION METHOD

Dynamic Impact
Hammer
INSTALLATION METHOD

Piling Barge (for marine


constructions)
PROJECT EXPERIENCES

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PROJECT EXPERIENCES

35-STOREY HIGH RISE PROJECT AT SENTUL, KL

(Application of piles at LimeStone Formation)


PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Project Brief:
• Choice of piles: Special design Thickwall spun piles:
Dia 600mm with 130mm Thickness (Structural W/L 370t) – 899points
Dia 500mm with 120mm Thickness (Structural W/L 277t) – 104points
Dia 450mm with 110mm Thickness (Structural W/L 227t) – 119points
PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Project Brief:
• Design consideration:
Pile lengths varies from 12.5m to 30m
Pile working load:
Size Pile
Capacity(kN)
600 3440
500 2575
450 2110
PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Project Brief:
For areas with steep incline bedrock, piles capacity are
downgraded as follows:

Size Pile
Capacity(kN)
600 3250
500 2440
450 2000
PROJECT EXPERIENCES
PROJECT EXPERIENCES

ESTIMATED
ZONE PENETRATION (m)
1 22
2 12.5
3 23
4 18
5 15
6 28
7 25.5
8 19
9 28
10 20
11 30
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PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Project Highlights:

• Installed using Hydraulic Jack In Method


• Initial pile shoe was oslo point shoe
• Pile breakages were encountered initial stage
• Subsequent piles were replaced with K-shoes
• Breakages reduced

Oslo shoe K-shoe


PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Marine Viaduct, Bridge Project, Brunei

 Approx. 14.5km long


 Supply value: RM160.0 mil.
 Size of Piles - diameter 1000mm
 Total Supply 3800 pts, 220,000m
 Pile length range from 40 to 82m

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PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Location

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PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Project Site

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PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Piling layout

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PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Typical soil profile (Kota Batu stretch)


PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Typical soil profile (Temburong stretch)


PROJECT EXPERIENCES

Project Highlight:
• Hammer Weight: 30ton
• Pile combination:
• Temburong stretch: 30+20+20+10
• Kota Batu stretch: 30+10
• Flying Hammer piling method, which
is not reccomended, due to the
following:
• Stability
• Alignment
• Consistency
• safety
ON-GOING MAJOR PROJECTS

Refinery
And
Petrochemical
Integrated
Development
(RAPID) Project at
Pengerang, Johor
Total supply value =
RM150 mil.

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ON-GOING MAJOR PROJECTS

RAPID Project Site


Multinational
Layout Tecnicas contractors:
• Japan
Reunidas MMC

Mudajaya
• China
Toyothai
CTCI

Reunidas
Tecnicas
• India
Toyo. Eng
Temporary UIO
• Spain
Toyothai
Common Facilities Sinopec
• Taiwan

Syarikat Ismail
Ibrahim Punj Lloyd
Wabag
Muhibbah

LEGEND

Supplied by ICP

Zelan
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ON-GOING MAJOR PROJECTS

RAPID Package 3,
Tecnicas Reunidas
 Supply value: RM15.0 mil.
 Total 13500 points
(dia.350,450,600mm)

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ON-GOING MAJOR PROJECTS

RAPID Package 2A/B,


SINOPEC (China)
 Supply value: RM18.0 mil.
 Total of 6000 points (dia.
400mm & 500mm) piles
 Design was converted from
square piles to spun piles

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ON-GOING MAJOR PROJECTS

Kuantan Port
Breakwater Project

New Deep Water Terminal (NDWT)


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ON-GOING MAJOR PROJECTS

New Deep Water Terminal


(NDWT), Kuantan Port,
Pahang

 Size of Piles - diameter


1200mm
 Supply value: RM62.0 mil.

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ON-GOING MAJOR PROJECTS

West Coast Expressway


• Total length:
316km

• Supply value:
RM265.0 mil.

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ICONIC PROJECTS
(completed)

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Second Penang Bridge

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

The Light Collection,


Penang

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

KLIA 2, Sepang, Selangor

• World’s tallest air traffic


control tower

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

National Cancer Institute, Putrajaya

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Westport, Port Klang, Selangor

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Mega Shipyard Project,


Tuas, Singapore

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

International Cruise Terminal, Singapore

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Saigon International Container Terminal, Vungtau, Vietnam

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Chittagong Container Terminal, Bangladesh

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Ahlone Container Cargo Port,


Yangon, Myanmar

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Aden Flour Mil Jetty,


Yemen

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Club Med,
Maldives

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Marina Bay St
Petersburg Florida,
United States

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ICONIC PROJECTS (COMPLETED)

Oma 1 Commercial
& Residential
Complex, Vancouver,
Canada

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