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16th July 2023


SHAH ALAM: The vibrant Eco Ardence township celebrates a meaningful milestone today with the official opening of the Eco Ardence Interchange, officiated by YB Dato Sri Alexander Nanta Linggi, Minister of Works.

Launched in 2016, the 533-acre Eco Ardence is a joint development by Eco World Development Group Berhad (EcoWorld Malaysia) and Cascara Sdn Bhd, Eco Ardence is the re-imagination of Shah Alam as a suburban city of Art, Culture & Commerce.

Today’s opening ceremony was specially held on the interchange and was attended by: Dato’ Chang Khim Wah, President & CEO of EcoWorld Malaysia; Mr Liew Tian Xiong, Deputy CEO of EcoWorld Malaysia, Tan Sri Bustari Yusuf, Advisor of Cascara Sdn Bhd; Dato Amadi Yusoff, Director of Cascara Sdn Bhd; Ir. Mohd Zawawi Bin Zakaria, Timbalan Pengarah of JKR Negeri Selangor; Ir. Hadzmir Bin Yusoff, Timbalan Ketua Pengarah of Lembaga Lebuh Raya Malaysia and Datuk Nik Airina Nik Jaafar, Managing Director of PLUS Malaysia Berhad.

In his welcome speech Dato’ Chang expressed his gratitude to everyone that has contributed to making the Eco Ardence township a reality.

“Eco Ardence began seven years ago and to date, we have successfully launched all five of our landed residential phases and also two high-rise residential products. Our dedicated team have also worked tirelessly to bring this interchange to life and it is their efforts that have culminated in this impressive structure that stands before us today,” he said.

Construction works on the Eco Ardence Interchange commenced in September 2019 and it was completed in March 2023 at a cost of RM50 million. The 4-lane interchange features striking modern design elements and serves as a grand welcome to the township.

Chang said that with the opening of the interchange, residents of Eco Ardence and the surrounding communities will be able to benefit from a more efficient and convenient route to access the North Klang Valley Expressway (NKVE) and also into the township.

“As with all our developments, we place great emphasis on infrastructure and connectivity. This interchange also represents EcoWorld’s collective commitment to sustainable development as by reducing traffic congestion, we minimise our carbon footprint,” he said.

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