KLANG – Duli Yang Teramat Mulia (DYTM), Raja Muda of Selangor Tengku Amir Shah, was present for the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for the construction of Pulau Indah Orphanage Complex that would accommodate 300 students.

He witnessed the MOU signed by Central Spectrum (M) Sdn Bhd Chief Executive Officer, Mohamad Razif Abdul Wahab; Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Darul Ehsan Islamic Foundation (YIDE), Nur Mohd Razali Abdullah and Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Selangor Waqf Corporation, Anuar Hamzah Tohar.

In his address, Mohamad Razif said the complex would be built on 1,407 hectares and would cost RM 10 million.

“From the cost of the development of the complex, Central Spectrum will deduct RM 5 million for part of the cost while the rest will be raised through donations,” he said.

“In addition, we will act as the developer and project manager to ensure the sustainability and success of the project,” he said at the event, at Selangor Bio Bay here.

He said two blocks of men’s and women’s dormitories would be built in phases expected to be completed by 2021.

He said that for phase 1, only the men’s dormitory blocks would be built with complete rooms besides facilities such as washing rooms, study rooms and recreation areas.

“In addition, an additional facility block will be provided such as a dining hall, management office and multipurpose room for student amenities,” he said.

“A sports center is also provided to facilitate the recreation of three badminton courts and one volleyball and futsal court,” he added.

Mohamad Razif said the development plan provided public areas such as multipurpose halls, prayer rooms and commercial centers, thus providing additional funding for the complex.

“Architecturally, Islamic concept is applied in many components of the building, it can be seen in the use of the ventilation block as well as decorative engraving on the surplus dome,” said Mohd Razif.