How we do things differently

In 2021, Gamuda Group unveiled the Gamuda Green Plan that commits the entire Group to sustainable construction and development with specific steps to reduce direct and indirect greenhouse gas (GHG) emission intensity by 30% in 2025, and by 45% in 2030, by the way of the four (4) pillars, compared to business as usual.
To facilitate sustainable master planning featuring climate-responsive design, integrated transport and super-low-energy buildings with smart features.
Cove Offices, Gamuda Cove

Putting bicycles ahead of cars

so people can walk out their front door, down the street and get to town centre, sustainably.
Gamuda Cove

Sustainable transportation modes

Canals and waterways as mode of alternative transport to reduce carbon emissions
Penang South Islands

Biophilic designs that connect people with nature

Central Park, Celadon City, Vietnam

Biophilic designs that connect people with nature

Wetlands Estates, Gamuda Cove

Biophilic designs that connect people with nature

Illaria, Gamuda Gardens

Biophilic designs that connect people with nature

The Canopy on Normanby, Melbourne

Super low energy buildings

Cove Offices, Gamuda Cove

Vibrant retail mall with open green spaces for natural lighting and ventilation

Retail Mall, Gamuda City

A town must stand the test of time

Harnessing renewable energy for a sustainable future.
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