Malaysia’s DiGi breaks ground for new headquarters in Shah Alam

DiGi’s Chief Executive Officer, Mr. Tore Johnsen recently officiated the groundbreaking for a 6.5-acre site at Lot 10, Jalan Delima 1/1 of the Subang Hi-Tech Industrial Park in Shah Alam, which is dedicated to accommodate DiGi’s new corporate headquarters.
     The new headquarters will comprise a four-storey office block, a two-storey warehouse building, a four-storey car park building, a cafeteria, a guard house and a beautiful landscaped water feature area.
     DiGi has appointed renowned Veritas Architects to design the architecture of the building and its landscaping. Veritas will also be responsible to oversee the construction of the buildings, which is expected to be completed by early 2006.
     This new headquarters will house all divisions in the Central region and will be the main hub of DiGi’s operations in the country. However, DiGi’s current headquarters will still house the Network Management Centre, under the Technical division.
     “When we were deliberating whether to lease a larger building or to design our own DiGi home, the decision came in answer to the views and feedback of the very people who would work here – the DiGi employees. We recognised the importance of customizing our future workplace in accordance to specific needs and to reflect our unique corporate image,” said Mr. Tore Johnsen in his address at the ground-breaking ceremony.
     DiGi employees can look forward to the value-added amenities and facilities included specifically for them such as a surau, car park bays, exhibition area, resource centre, data centre, multipurpose hall, cafeteria and training room.
     “As we further grow and establish ourselves as a competitive player within the industry, it becomes pivotal for an ideal and conducive work environment to be created. This is our pledge in working towards developing the perfect workplace, in which we all can flourish,” he added.

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