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Feasibility Study on Raising Bekok Dam (2012)
PE Research is contracted to assist Lobster Aqua Technologies Sdn Bhd to prepare a
submission to seek government assistance to finance a proposed bridge that would
support an integrated lobster aquaculture park (iLAP) project in Semporna, Sabah.
A cost-benefit assessment is carried out to value the changes to the iLAP project in terms
of cost and also benefits to the local economy (including social, environmental and
economic factors) over a reasonable period of time.
PE Research is commissioned by SMHB Sdn Bhd to establish
the technical and economic feasibility of raising Bekok Dam
and to present a cost effective solution as regards the extent
The study analyses the social-economic impacts on the local
population and settlements arising from raising the normal
pool level (i.e. capacity) of Bekok Dam to enhance its flood
alleviation and water supply potential. Recommendations on
mitigation measures are made to address the adverse
impacts on the study area.
Environmental Economic Studies
Financial Assessment Report for Proposed New Incinerator
Project at Teluk Kalong Industrial Estate (2013)
PE Research is contracted by HSS Integrated Sdn Bhd to
conduct a study to analyse the bidders’ quotation to
determine if proposed incineration plant is profitable.
Purpose of this study also include description of the return on
investment for the plant, internal rate of return for the plant
and the operating costs per kilogram of clinical waste treated
at the plant. Findings of this study are the financial assessment
for plant investment.
Cost Benefit Analysis Study for a Proposed Bridge Project in Pulau Bait (2013)
Cost Benefit Analysis on DEIA Study for the Implementation of an Integrated
Waste Management System in Bintulu-Samalaju Industrial Park, Sarawak (2013)
This study, commissioned by Chemsain Konsultant Sdn Bhd, presents a cost-benefit
analysis for the proposed setting up of a local Integrated Waste Management System
(IWMS) for collection, treatment and disposal of waste for Samalaju, Sarawak.
A financial analysis is carried out to assess whether the proposed IWMS project is
profitable. Having established that, a cost-effectiveness analysis is done to assess if it
is better to implement the IWMS or send the waste to the Kuching Integrated Waste
Management Plant. Finally, the cost and benefit of the IWMS project is analysed.
Valuation Study of the Proposed Tun Mustapha Marine