Company Profile

Founded by Dato’ Paul Latimer in January 1985, with high standards, skills and determination, Latimer has grown to become one of Malaysia’s leading civil and infrastructure contractor specializing in roadworks, highways and bridges in both  urban and rural areas.

Latimer commenced operations in September 1989 on a RM17Million project in Triang, Pahang Darul Makmur.

In the following years, activity climbed steadily to RM80Million in 1995, RM250Million in 2001 and RM500Million in 2017. Latimer is registered with the Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB) as a G7 contractor, enabling the Company to tender for government and private projects of any size.

The Company’s workforce increased from a few employees to over 200. The growing list of projects has also led to an increase in professionals employed to handle the technical aspects of the business.

Despite its remarkable growth,  Latimer remains closely tied to the values of our heritage. We owe our exponential growth over the past decade to a strong focus on our core competencies in construction, high standards of quality and efficiency. Latimer also holds a firm commitment to delivering projects on time without compromising on safety and environmental standards.

Our focus on value engineering and cost effective solutions, as well as our openness to exploring innovative technologies, also continue to hold us in good stead. Backed by sound business fundamentals and strong site project teams which have the foresight and ability to tap into new opportunities, Latimer is well positioned to deliver its promise in all projects.

LATIMER'S ACCOLADES:
  • 1st Construction Company  to win the Prime Minister’s Hibiscus Award Winner (2006/2007)
  • JKR Malaysia’s Top 5 Best Contractor’s Award  (2003)
  • Constructed on the of the highest viaduct in Malaysia, East – West Highway 2 (2007)
  • JKR Malaysia’s Commendation Award (2002)
  • Completed Jambatan Sungai Sayong in Kuala Kangsar 12 months ahead of schedule (2002)
  • Jambatan Sungai Sayong was shortlisted as one of the 7 Best Bridges for the Engineering Excellence Award (2002)