Kuala Terengganu, 15 July - The new Malaysian Anti-Corruption Commission (MACC) Office Complex is now completed and was handed over by the Public Works Department to the Deputy Chief Commissioner (Management & Professionalism) Dato’ Ja’afar Mahad at an official handing over ceremony here today.
The construction of the Terengganu MACC Office Complex at Bukit Besar/Padang Hiliran, Kuala Terengganu involved a total cost of RM38.08 million and was completed on time,” said Dato’ Ja’afar in his speech.
He said that the facilities provided in the new building will better equip the officers and employees of MACC Terengganu as well as allow them to work in a more conducive environment that would facilitate an efficient, effective and motivated work force.
The building complex that is built on a 3.52 hectare of lain, comprises a main four-storey building that is complemented with two wings of three-storey blocks on both sides.
The new building complex is also equipped with an administrative operation area, prevention and general areas, four lock up cells, two Video Interviewing Room (VIR), operation room, multipurpose hall, warehouse for confiscated goods, musolla, gymnasium and support facilities.
Dato’ Ja’afar and MACC Divisional Directors were also taken on a tour of MACC Terengganu.
Present at the ceremony are Director of the Malaysia Anti-Corruption Academy (MACA), Dato’ Hj. Idris Zaharudin; Director of Management Services Division, Dato’ Pauzan Ahmar; Director of Monitoring & Coordination Division, Chief SAC Ahmad Sabri Mohamed; Director of Finance, Accounts & Development, Mohd. Kamal Husin; Director of MACC Terengganu, Chief SAC Mohd. Zaki Hassan; Deputy Director of Excellence & Professionalism Division, SAC Norliza Adenan; Deputy Director of Security, AC Azizi Abdul Latif; Deputy Director of Public Works Building Sector, Ar. Zarul Azidin Badri; Deputy Director of Public Works Terengganu, Ir. Yusuf Abd. Ghani and Managing Director of Serasa Realty Sdn Bhd, Puan Sri Hajjah Nariah Muhamad.