FACILITIES MANAGED BY AMPM JB SENTRAL
JB Sentral is an integrated transportation hub of Johor Bahru, situated in the centre of the city of Johor Bahru. JB Sentral is one of the main components of the Gerbang Selatan Bersepadu (GSB) project of National and Strategic importance, which has high multiplier effects and spin-offs that brings various economic, social and political benefits to the country and its people.
JB Sentral has been officially launched and proclaimed by the Sultan of Johor, DYMM Sultan Ibrahim ibni Almarhum Sultan Iskandar on the 26 June 2010.
JB Sentral which has a gross floor area of 89,417 sq-meters will ease traffic movement in the city’s commercial centre and acts as a main stop-over for people commuting between Malaysia and Singapore. JB Sentral offers city railway facilities, 6 platforms with a 25,000 persons per day capacity.
For public convenience, JB Sentral offers public multi-level car parks with 726 parking lots and 18 commercial lots and 30 kiosks.
Located just next to Bangunan Sultan Iskandar (BSI), the Custom, Immigration & Quarantine Complex, and walking distance to town, JB Sentral houses taxi stand with coupon counter and a public bus bay area providing ample public transportation facilities.
JB Sentral also houses Malaysia Railways (KTMB), complete with its ticketing counter which start selling tickets on 16 June 2010 and provides international train services to Thailand and Singapore as well as domestic destinations. Other facilities provided for public conveniences are multi storey public cars, toilets and “surau”.
The retail area includes western and local favourite restaurants, 24 hours convenience shops and a fast food restaurant, money changers, apparels & cosmetic shops, entertainment, gift & souvenir outlets.
Property and Land Management Division of the Prime Minister’s Department is the owner and custodian of the building that has been entrusted by the Federal government to manage JB Sentral. AMPM is honoured to be given the opportunity and responsibility to undertake the Facility Management Services of this Complex from 1st June 2009 to 31 May 2013. AMPM’s main task was to ensure the smooth running of the building operations including safety and security controls within the building perimeter.