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Dato’ Dr. Madeline Berma

Economic Planning
  • Dato Dr. Madeline accomplished her Bachelors of Economics at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) in 1982; and later completed her Master of Arts at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA, in 1986. Subsequently, she received her PhD from the University of Hull, England, in 1997.
  • Dr. Madeline is credited strongly for her 35 years of academic experience, in which she held various positions during her years under UKM.
  • Currently, Dato Dr. Madeline is a Commissioner at the Human Rights Commission of Malaysia and is a consultant under NuMind Plus Training and Consultancy.
  • Her past publications and research specializes in the field of development economics, which includes areas of poverty, inequality, rural development, women development and marginalized communities.
  • She was awarded with three (3) distinctive recognitions, which are Pingat Ahli Bintang Kenyalang (ABK), Sarawak Women in Education special award, and Tokoh Wanita Sempena Hari Pekerja (CUEPACS).

Mdm. Maimunah Jaffar

Smart City
  • Maimunah Jaffar promotes and practices sustainability in delivering her daily works in Iskandar Malaysia. She set out on her work life as an architect with 4 years working experienced in United States and as urban designer in one of prestigious company in Kuala Lumpur. She is the driver to ensure stakeholders’ alignment to Iskandar Malaysia vision towards Sustainable Metropolis and developed Iskandar Malaysia Comprehensive Development Plan and Smart City Iskandar Malaysia Framework.
  • She has successful secured Iskandar Malaysia to become a pilot project for the United Nation Energy Efficiency Acceleration program which program was launched at the United Nations conference, New York in October 2014. She represented Iskandar Malaysia to launch and speak in the Conference of Parties (COP) and founder to Iskandar Malaysia Smart City and speakers at various national and international Sustainable and Smart City Seminars.
  • Recently, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) selected Maimunah as one of the many female faces in sustainable places exhibition in Boston, USA. Maimunah is also in the working committee in the preparation of ‘Green Building Index’ for the ‘residential category’ and ‘Green Township’ led by the Malaysia Association of Architects (PAM).

Mr. Boyd Dionysius Joeman

Environment – Climate Action & Energy
    • Mr. Jouman is a Chartered Town Planner (Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute, UK) with over 35 years’ experience in sustainable urban planning, environmental planning and management, and climate actions, city-to-city cooperation and work with regional and city development entities within Malaysia and abroad. Currently Mr Jouman is the Chief Operating Officer/Director on Climate, Energy and Resilient Environments at Borneo Organisation Ltd. UK. He was formerly the Team Leader for the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy Asia Project. He was the Lead on Resilient Environment at Iskandar Regional Development Authority (IRDA), responsible for sustainable environmental planning and management, and land use planning and development of Iskandar Malaysia, a regional economic region.


    • Mr. Jouman has extensive experience as a team coordinator and team leader in sustainable urban development in Malaysia and in Asia. He got Iskandar Malaysia selected as one of the 10 regions and cities globally to take part in the SE4ALL international project led by the UN. He provided high-level advisory services on Climate and urban development to the Malaysia Prime Minister, IRDA Chief Executive, the Johor State Government, and ministries of the Federal Government of Malaysia. He is a regular international public speaker, taking part in many conferences including World Urban Forum 2018, several UNFCCC COP Side Events, World Cities Summit Singapore 2012, Smart Cities Asia 2015, Yokohama Smart City Week, High Level Seminars on Environmentally Sustainable Cities. Mr. Jouman has extensive experience working with international donors including IUC Asia and the Global Covenant of Mayors for Climate and Energy, JICA, GEF and UK Prosperity Funds. He is the initiator and Project lead for GCoM entry into Malaysia. Under his leadership, IUC Asia and GCoM became an IUC Asia success story in Malaysia; his effort was officially awarded on several occasions.


    • At IRDA, he headed the preparation of several development and management blueprints, including the Low Carbon Society Blueprint, the Environmental Planning Blueprint, and the Green Economy Guidelines. He led a multi-disciplinary team of 30 project managers implementing 32 projects between them. He has gained expertise in EU policy and action in cooperation between sub–national entities (such is IRDA) working with the current IURC Asia and the GCoM and Energy groupings. He was the Secretariat of the Joint Ministerial Committee on Environment between Iskandar Malaysia and Singapore. He was the creator of the Johor Low Carbon Council, and the Penampang Climate Action Committee, in Sabah.


    • Mr. Jouman is a unique urban development specialist, trained in town and regional planning and environment, and having worked in local councils in the UK, he understands cities and regional challenges in the EU and in Asia and being a Malaysian national, he brings the understanding of one of the partner countries as well as the region. He graduated in Town Planning Studies from the London South Bank University (UK); and has worked in England for over 20 years and over 13 years in Iskandar Malaysia, a regional development project. He is fluent in English, Kadazan (his native language) and Bahasa Melayu. He is awarded the Ahli Mangku Negara (AMN) in 2016.


Dr. Suraya Ismail

  • Dr Suraya Ismail is Director of Research at Khazanah Research Institute. Before joining the Institute, she was Program Director at Think City (a city-making initiative of Khazanah Nasional Berhad), where her role involved developing urban regeneration initiatives through a public grants program.
  • Prior to that, Dr Suraya was the Deputy Dean of the Faculty of the Built Environment at University Malaya as well as the Head of the Department of Quantity Surveying. She has served on a number of national committees, which included among others, the National Graduate Placement Programme, the Malaysian Quality Framework (MQF) Professional Education Committee, the National Accreditation Panel, and the Institute of Value Managers Malaysia, which she helped establish. Internationally, she provided consultancies in areas such as urban development and socio-economic studies for both public and private sectors. Her clients include academic institutions, venture capitalists, as well as the governments of the Netherlands, Australia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Malaysia.
  • Dr Suraya holds a PhD in Institutional Economics and Governance from University Malaya and a MSc Architecture in Construction Economics and Management from University College London. Dr Suraya graduated from the University of Reading, United Kingdom with a BSc. in Quantity Surveying.

Prof. Emeritus Dato’ Dr. Ibrahim Komoo

Environmental Geology & Sustainability
  • IBRAHIM KOMOO, PhD, FIGM, FASc, DSNS, P.Geol. is Principal Fellow of Institute for Environment and Development, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia. He graduated from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM) in 1976 and obtained his PhD from Strathclyde University, Glasgow in 1979. He has held various management positions in Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (UKM): Head, Department of Geology; Director, Institute for Environment and Development (LESTARI UKM), (1998-2000 and 2001- 2005); Deputy Vice Chancellor (Research and Innovation), Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (2005 – 2008); Founder Director/ Chair of Southeast Asia Disaster Prevention Research Institute (SEADPRI, UKM) (2008-2012)(2015-2016); Special Advisor to Minister of Higher Education, Malaysia (2011-2013); Vice Chancellor of Universiti Malaysia Terengganu (UMT) (2012-2015); Chair of Langkawi Research Centre (PPL-UKM) (2017) and Professorial Chair, Iskandar Malaysia @UTM (2017-2019).
  • His fields of specialization include Engineering Geology (landslide; geohazards management); Environmental Geology (geo-heritage conservation; geo-tourism; geopark); and Sustainability Science (environmental sustainability; regional sustainable development). As a scientist, he has published more than 55 books, more than 350 scientific papers. He has also published numerous articles for public awareness in magazines and newspapers. He has served as Vice President, International Association for Engineering Geology (IAEG) (1998-2003); Coordinator, Asia Pacific Geoparks Network (APGN) (2007-2017); Vice Chair, UNESCO Global Geoparks Council; President, Geological Society of Malaysia (1998-2000); Vice President, Institute of Geology Malaysia (2000-2001); Council Member, Academy of Sciences Malaysia (ASM) (2010-2012), Head of Natural Resources and Environment Cluster of the National Council of Professors (MPN) and Chairperson, National Geopark Implementation Committee (2017-2021). Currently, he is the Vice President, Global Geoparks Network Association (GGN); Expert/ Evaluator, UNESCO Global Geoparks; Vice Coordinator, Asia Pacific Geoparks Network (APGN); and Advisor of Langkawi UNESCO Global Geopark; Professional Chair, Iskandar Malaysia @Universiti Teknologi Malaysia; and Chairman, National Heritage Council, Malaysia.

TPr. Herlina Ab Aziz

Social Impact
    • Mdm. Herlina is the Executive Director and major share holder of PEERS Consult (M) Sdn. Bhd., and established and reputable research and town planning leading firm in Malaysia. She has been in the professional field for more than 17 years, and is well known as a versatile lady town planner / researcher in the country.


    • Since she established the company, the firm has been involved in national reputable projects with her own hands-on contribution to the planning of National Administrative Centre of Putrajaya and macro planning of Selangor State, the leading state of the country and other large scale, politically sensitive and technically complex projects throughout Malaysia.


    • In defiance of her strong interest on recent developments in Science and Technology, Herlina is also recognized for bringing critical and exemplary skill to highly specialized fields concerning Sustainability Assessment, Social Impact Studies, Urban and Regional Planning. Herlina has shown in her intelligence and professionalism with a strong sense of responsibility, an analytical perspective and an impressive capacity to deliver complex project.


    • Herlina has been recognised as the leading Sustainability Assessment Consultant to Federal Town and Country Planning Department projects and programs nationwide. Her assessment approach has been widely used by the department in assessing the sustainability national, state and local projects and programs. She is currently attached as the lecturer / tutor and advisor to the department in promoting the awareness and knowledge of planning government officer in sustainability assessment field.


    • With her registration as Social Impact and Land Use Assessment Subject Consultant to the Department of Environment, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, she has been frequently invited as the impact assessment consultant to Department of Irrigation and Drainage Malaysia, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and Sabah Drainage and Irrigation Department, Ministry of Agriculture and Food Industry Sabah for Environmental Impact Assessment consultant for their water resources projects. She has been recognized as a very committed person in all her endeavors, hence never fail her clients in delivering high standards output in all her projects involvement.


Mrs. Kamisah Mohd Ghazali

Transport Planning

Mrs. Kamisah Mohd Ghazali is currently leading the Key Result Area Steering Committee for Resilient Environment. She oversees programmes and activities that enhance natural ecology and built environment; improve green mobility and infrastructure; and embrace Low Carbon Society (LCS) in Iskandar Malaysia.

She joined IRDA in 2009 and played key role in the development of the Transportation Blueprint for Iskandar Malaysia and pioneer the conceptualization of Iskandar Malaysia Bus Rapid Transit.

She is a Chartered Member of Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport. She is the Board Member for Perbadanan Pengangkutan Awam Johor. Mrs Kamisah Mohd Ghazali holds Master of Science in Transportation Planning from Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

TPr Norliza Hashim

Urban Planning & Sustainable Development

Norliza Hashim is the Chief Executive of Urbanice Malaysia, a Centre of Excellence for Community Well-being and Urban Sustainability, under the Ministry of Housing and Local Government Malaysia; where she leads a team that focus on the implementation of sustainable urbanisation policies in cities and regions through shared knowledge platforms, innovative urban solutions, development research and collaborative partnership.

She led the Local Secretariat for World Urban Forum 9 hosted by Malaysia in 2018. WUF 9 is the world’s premier forum addressing various urban challenges where her key tasks was to work alongside UN-Habitat to address the implementation of the New Urban Agenda that emphasise on Cities for All to ensure inclusivity and sustainability of our cities in light of rapid urbanisation faced today.

Norliza is a professional Town Planner and is the founder of AJM Planning and Urban Design Group Sdn Bhd, and her experience covers a wide spectrum of the planning discipline and has developed plans and blueprints that has contributed towards Malaysia’s nation building. She had led several team of experts to develop the Low Carbon Cities Assessment Framework and is also the Director for Malaysian Institute of Planner’s Low Carbon Cities and Sustainability Centre.

Norliza sits on the Leadership Council for Sustainable Development Solutions Network Malaysia and several organisation related to sustainability as her passion lies in promoting the sustainability agenda and in providing innovative solutions that contributes towards better quality of life and built environment for cities and nations.
She actively participates in community based programmes and also sits in various technical working groups that focus on issues relating to sustainable planning and development. Norliza is also a prolific speaker and has presented at various local and international conferences on the many areas of urban planning and sustainability.

Specialties: Promote sustainable development and providing innovative planning solutions that contributes towards the quality of life of local communities.

TPr Ishak Ariffin

Urban Conservation

Ishak Ariffin is the Managing Director of via Natura (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd, a consultant for heritage, social and environmental conservation planning.

With over 30 years’ experience, Ishak is a registered Town Planner, a Fellow of the Malaysian Institute of Planners and Member of the Royal Town Planning Institute (UK). He is also a Registered Conservator with Jabatan Warisan Negara and a registered EIA Subject Specialist with the Department of Environment.

He specializes in environmental planning and management, urban conservation as well as sustainable strategies and appraisals.

Prof. Dr. Ainul Jaria Bt. Maidin

  • Professor Dr. Ainul Jaria Maidin is at present the Director of the Office of Corporate Communication and Marketing to enhance the image of IIUM. Prior to this, she served as the Director of the Business Unit where she managed to achieve nearly 200% increase in the revenue generated. She was the Coordinator and Head of Research Management Unit for AIKOL. She has served the university’s student development initiatives from the capacity as a Residential College Fellow and Principal. A senior consultant with the Bureau of Consultancy and Entrepreneurship, a business unit within the university and the secretariat for the Land Tenure and Environmental Management Unit (LATEM). Prior to joining IIUM as a lecturer, she gained valuable experiences in the legal practice area as a civil litigation, Syari’ah, corporate conveyancing and Islamic Banking loan documentation.
  • At the national Level, Prof Ainul is a member of the Advisory Panel for the GRP under the Malaysian Productivity Centre. She has also contributed to professional bodies such as the National Landscape Institute (ILAM), the Town Planners Association, a member of the Board of Advisors of the Institute for Land and Survey (INSTUN), a member of the Kuala Lumpur Redevelopment Policy Drafting Committee, 2011. She is a member of the disciplinary committee, Malaysian Bar Council. Prof Ainul serves as a guest lecturer for Land Planning and Environmental Law course at University Putra Malaysia for Landscaping Architects at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels. She has served as a trainer for the National Land and Survey Institute (INSTUN), Asia Pacific Diligence, Emerge Knowledge SB Malaysian Institute for Corporate Governance. At the international level, she is leading the collaboration within the International Islamic University of Malaysia and UN-Habitat on Urbanlex; a member of Research Committee of IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature), Academy of Environmental Law; representing IIUM in the Global Land Tool Network (GLTN), a branch of UNHABITAT; invited as the expert in land tenure security and administration by partners of the UNHABITAT globally.
  • Prof Ainul has contributed to the Property and Trusts Law in Malaysia for Kluwer Law International, an international publisher based in the Netherlands. She has published three books, and more than fifty articles in areas related to land tenure, land administration, sustainable development, urban planning and environmental planning law. She is the contributing author to the Halsbury Laws of Malaysia Series for the Volume on Town and Country Planning in Malaysia, National Land Code Penang and Malaccca, Titles and the Property and Trusts Law in Malaysia for Kluwer Law International, an international publisher.
  • Prof Ainul was the head of a consultancy project for the Department of Director General of Land and Mines, Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment Malaysia (1.3 million) where the output is a proposed amendment to the National Land Code Bill 1965 for enhancing the Malaysian electronic land administration system. Prof Ainul successfully completed some consultancy projects for the Federal Department of Town and Country Planning in Malaysia including the Cases decided by the Penang Appeal Board, Updating of the Encyclopedia, Developing Uniform Town and Country Planning Law for Malaysia.

Emeritus Prof. LAr Dr. Ismawi Zen

Urban & Regional Planning, Landscape Architecture
  • Formerly a Professor at Kulliyyah (Faculty) of Architecture & Environmental Design, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM). He was the Founding Dean for the Kulliyyah of Architecture & Environmental Design, IIUM holding a concurrent post of Executive Director (Development), IIUM responsible for the development of IIUM’s main campus in Gombak, Selangor and Medical Campus in Kuantan, Pahang.
  • Later he was made the first Deputy Rector (Planning & Development), IIUM responsible for overall planning and development not only the campuses and their infrastructure but the Strategic Plan as well as its implementation plan using Balanced Score Card approach to guide the overall university growth.
  • He was also made Dean, International Institute of Islamic Thought & Civilisation (ISTAC), IIUM, Former Chief Information Officer, Al-Madinah International University and Senior Director, Rekarancang Sdn. Bhd.
  • Prof Ismawi is an internationally recognised landscape architect and urban designer as well as rural development planning expert particularly in the Islamic world. His consultancy activities covered not only the Malaysian scene but also the Middle East and Asia, Asia and Africa where he was commissioned by Islamic Development Bank (IDB), Jeddah to lead planning teams in preparing master plans for a few universities the bank was providing technical & financial support.
  • He was also appointed as the sole representative from Asia by the Government of Saudi Arabia on the International Panel for the Expansion of Masjidil Haram in Makkah Al-Mukarramah; responsible for the development of planning, urban design and architectural design policies and guidelines. He was personally appointed by the Sheikh of Ajman, United Arab Emirates to head the team that designed & built a waqf – funded students hostel as a showcase for sustainable development.
  • In Malaysia, he has experience which encompasses not only urban planning & urban design but including infrastructure (highway) planning & design, industrial complexes, university campuses, new towns, urban green & urban sustainable development projects. One of his major contributions to urban spatial planning was a study he co-led on accessibility for People with Disabilities (PwDs) in urban public spaces; the recommendations have now become a standard adopted by all local authorities. His focus on rural development included national & regional and regional studies as well rural growth centres.
  • He was also lead a study to set up guidelines in early warning system for flood prone areas. His concerns on rural sustainability was translated into a study on absolute rural poverty in rural areas in Malaysia as well as a plan on bridging the regional gaps in the country.
  • His contributions were recognised by the nation when he was awarded the Maulidur Rasul Award in 2011 and the Sarawak Level Maal Hijrah Award in 2010.

Mr. Hamdan Majeed

  • Hamdan Abdul Majeed is the Managing Director of Think City , a social purpose organisation with the mission of making cities more people-friendly, resilient and liveable. As a regional city making agency, Think City provides urban policy thinking, management and implementation of urban solutions, while advocating change in the way cities are planned, curated, developed, and celebrated.
  • A subsidiary of Khazanah Nasional, the sovereign wealth investment arm of Malaysia, Think City’s work has reversed the decline of George Town, Penang, putting it on the international list of 10 Best Places to Visit. Celebrating its 10th anniversary, Think City now focuses on four areas of urban rejuvenation: Placemaking, Analytics, Resilience and Conservation.
  • Hamdan has actively been involved in shaping urban policy and plans in Malaysia including more recently, Penang 2030, a state government initiative with the vision of a family-oriented, green and smart Penang. Prior to assuming his role as Managing Director of Think City, he was a former Director of Investment at Khazanah where he led their regional office in the north of Malaysia, identifying strategic investment opportunities to catalyse growth and development in that region.
  • He was formerly an investment banker where he was involved extensively in capital markets advisory, specialising in structured finance, project finance and research. Hamdan has an interest in the development of civil society in Malaysia, and the political economy of Third World and Islamic Economics. He holds a degree in Economics and Management from the University of London.
  • In 2014, he was recognised at the World Cities Summit as a young leader on urban development and city transformation and in 2012, was awarded the Eisenhower Fellowship as a young leader for his work in urban development and leadership in cities.
  • Hamdan is co-author of the book, ‘Cities, People & The Economy – A Study on Positioning Penang’, (Khazanah Nasional berhad & The World Bank, 2010) with Homi Karas and Albert Zeufack

Tan Sri Dr. Jemilah Mahmood

Public Health
  • Tan Sri Dr. Jemilah Mahmood is Professor and Executive Director of Sunway Centre for Planetary Health in Malaysia. She was the Special Advisor to the Prime Minister of Malaysia on Public Health from April 2020 to August 2021. She is a member of the Government of Malaysia’s Economic Action Council and Climate Action Council.
  • Her previous appointments include the Under Secretary General for Partnerships at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC), Chief of the World Humanitarian Summit secretariat at the United Nations, and Chief of the Humanitarian Response Branch at UNFPA. She is the founder of MERCY Malaysia, a southern based international humanitarian organisation.
  • Dr. Mahmood graduated as a Doctor of Medicine (MD), has a Masters in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists United Kingdom. She also completed executive education at the International Management and Development Centre, IMD Lausanne.

Dr. Soheil Sobri

Engineering and IT
  • Soheil is a Research Fellow in Urban Analytics at the Centre for Spatial Data Infrastructures and Land Administration in The University of Melbourne. He leads research and developments about digital modernisation of urban planning and design.


  • He managed and delivered several research and development projects including Fishermans Bend Digital Twin, a collaborative project with Victorian Government, Department of Environment, Land, Water, and Planning (DELWP) as well as Spatially Enabled Platform to Support Liveability Planning for Singapore Government (Urban Redevelopment Authority). His research, practice, and teaching interests are about developing Urban Digital Twins, Multi-dimensional (3D/4D) Planning Support Systems and analytical tools enabling planners and decision makers for evidence-based and data driven future developments.


  • Specifically, he leads the research and development of Planning Applications in Urban Digital Twins including Development Envelope Control, Rule-Based Compliance Assessment, and Ecologically Sustainable Design (ESD) for smart and sustainable urban planning and design. He is co-chair of Academia, University, and Research Working Group in Digital Twin Consortium and a member of PlanTech National Working Group in Planning Institute of Australia (PIA).


  • Prior to this, he was a senior lecturer in the Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM), where he delivered several consultancy and research projects about urban gentrification, affordable housing, transportation planning, and the impact of built environment on public health and welfare. Soheil earned his Master in Urban Planning in 2004 and PhD in Urban & Regional Planning, with focus on Geosimultation, in 2012. He has an extensive and hands on experience in consultancy, research and teaching about technological innovation and digital modernisation in urban planning and design, particularly planning support systems, Geosimulation, GeoDesign, spatial statistics, analysis and modelling.

Prof. TPr Dr. Jamalunlaili Abdullah

Urban Development

Prof. TPr Dr. Jamalunlaili Bin Abdullah is a professor of the Centre of Studies for Town and Regional Planning and currently has held the position of Dean of Faculty of Architecture, Planning and Surveying (FSPU), Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam. He joined UiTM in May 1997.

He received his B.Sc. in Urban and Regional Planning (1987) from East Caroline University, USA, M.Sc. degree in Urban and Regional Planning (1989) from Virginia Commonwealth University, USA, and his Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning (1997) from Cornell University, New York, USA.

He is a Registered Town Planner with the Board of Planners, Malaysia.

As a senior lecturer and professional researcher, he has published more than 57 journal articles, 5 research books, 4 proceeding papers, and 27 general publications.

Prof. TPr Dr. Jamalunlaili is passionate about urban planning practices which he was involved in more than 30 research and consultancy projects under government and private funds such as Land Use Transportation Integration Travel Behavior and Economic Competitiveness Toward Effective Public Transport by Geran Mitra UiTM, Demography and Socio-economic Study and Projection of Subang Jaya by Subang Jaya Municipal Council and Entrepreneurship for Marginalized Society, Long Range Grant Scheme (LRGS) by Ministry of Education.

TPr Khairulzaman Napis

Urban Development

TPr. Khairuzaman Napis is a Director of Planners M Consult Sdn Bhd. He is a Registered Town Planner with the Board of Planners, Malaysia.

He holds a Bachelor of Planning from the University of South Australia and has worked extensively in land use planning, transportation planning, urban and regional planning, and feasibility studies over the last 30 years.

He has extensive experience as a Project Manager and Chief Consultant for over 30 consulting projects and research with the government and private sectors such as The Appointment of a Principal Consultant To Conduct a Feasibility Study and Implementation Plan on The Proposal Rail Connectivity For Kulim International Airport (KXP) by Northern Corridor Implementation Authority (NCIA) in 2020, proposal to build a new water supply scheme in Iskandar province (Masai 2 Balancing Reservoir) by Pengurusan Aset Air Berhad (PAAB) in 2020 and Klang Valley Integrated Transportation System – Proposed By Gamuda MMC Joint Venture By Ministry Of Finance Malaysia in 2010.

He is currently involved in the Study Of An Integrated Land Use Master Plan Of The East Coast Rail Link (ECRL) with PLANMalaysia.