Case Study - General Electric, Kuala Lumpur

Project data

  • Customer
  • General Electric
  • Value
  • Confidential
  • Area
  • 96,000 sq ft
  • Form of contract
  • Main contractor
  • Programme duration
  • 5 months
  • Completion date
  • September 2016
  • Project Manager
  • Architect
  • Mui Fong Architect
  • M&E Engineer
  • MCE Consulting


Described as a “Global Digital Industrial” company, ISG’s successful delivery of the 96,000 sg ft office fit out provided a strong representation of the GE brand, culture and future, housing multiple GE businesses including power services, oil & gas, healthcare and lighting.

General Electric MAIN - ISG
General Electric MAIN2 - ISG

The project

With GE’s most recent and significant acquisition of Alstom, the initial project brief that required the team to deliver 5 floors of office fit out expanded to a total of 7 floors.

With the new space requirements, ISG’s role was elevated to include designing and delivering all audio visual solutions, procurement of white goods, and move management services.

Having to work within the parameters of the maximum density requirements in Malaysia, each floor was designed to accommodate a maximum of 125 fixed workstations.

ISG provided an agile solution through the design of the office, with 5 to 6 different workspace set ups that were filled with non-assigned desks comprising benches, 120-degree workstations, sit-stand workstations and a vast amount of informal spaces, encouraging a collaborative work environment.

Employee wellbeing was not compromised either, with ergonomic Haworth Zody task chairs being utilised in the fit out.

General Electric - ISG 4
General Electric - Malaysia

The main reception, located at level 38 of the building, boasts a futuristic-looking appearance, augmented by two NOCs as the backdrop of the area. Apart from providing critical purview of GE’s power and oil & gas businesses, the NOCs also showcases their work processes and value proposition.

Visitors are also provided with further insights of the GE business through the use of an interactive display stand, as well as an integrated touch-screen wall measuring 138” in diameter, provided by a total of 9 46” LCD TVs.