City developer SkyWorld Development Group kick-started its new financial year in June 2020 on a high note. SkyLuxe On The Park Residence at Bukit Jalil obtained a QLASSIC score of 85% which is the highest score in the ‘High-rise Residential’ category in Malaysia accorded by the Construction Industry Development Board Malaysia (CIDB). A strong proponent of quality, SkyWorld believes that this is the fundamental right of every homeowner as quality builds trust and delivers value. In Malaysia, approximately 7,600 projects are built yearly yet only 4.1% are certified by QLASSIC.
“We are overjoyed in being with awarded the highest recognition for SkyLuxe which is a testament to SkyWorld’s endeavour in delivering a good project mix centred around ‘Value Creation, Integrated Sky Living experience, and Innovative concepts’. We’ve proven again our quality commitment,” says Lee Chee Seng, Chief Operating Officer of SkyWorld.
“With a SkyWorld home, you can rest assured that your unit is among the top 4% to meet the QLASSIC certified standard. We believe everyone can and should be able to afford a quality home. And, we’re fully committed to makequality our key differentiator,” he adds.
SkyLuxe On The Park, dubbed as one of the most luxurious upmarket developments in Bukit Jalil is situated next to an 80-acre Bukit Jalil Recreational Park just opposite the 165-
acre 18-hole Bukit Jalil Golf & Country Resort. SkyLuxe comprises 477 units of residence with built-up sizes ranging from 661sqft to 1,224 sqft. The units were recently handed over to home owners in February.
QLASSIC is an independent method to assess and evaluate primarily the quality of workmanship of building projects based on Construction Industry Standard (CIS). A high QLASSIC score denotes that a building is better constructed and achieves a higher quality of workmanship. Currently, the practice is entirely voluntary.