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HELP University Campus, Phase 2

HELP University Campus, Phase 2

Located along Persiaran Cakerawala, Taman Subang Delima, Shah Alam, the HELP University campus which spans 3.3 acres, was launched in 2016 and accomodates up to 2,500 students.

The campus is build around a tropical rainforest theme which has allowed its designers to significantly reduce the air conditioned footprint by introducing naturally ventilated circulation spaces and restrooms. This feature, along with energy efficient systems and an energy conscious client resulted in an Energy Index of only 71 kwh/m2/year in 2017, 53% lower than a typical university campus.

The campus achieved its final CVA stage GBI Certified rating in October 2018.

Innovative Sustainability Features

Building designed to accomodate naturally ventilated corridors & washrooms
Energy Efficient T5 & LED lighting
Daylight and occupancy controlled lighting systems
Efficient water cooled centrifugal chiller (overall system COP of 5-5.5)
Variable Speed Chilled Water Pumps
High motor and fan efficiency
Variable Speed AHUs
Fabric Ductwork for better air distribution
Rainwater harvesting and condensate water recovery system.
Water efficient fittings contribute to 58% water consumption reduction
Diligent operations - Weekly scheduling of AC operations timing for lecture halls
Effective use of mobile apps by operations staff to control operations of services to individual rooms throughout the facility.
Awareness and educating staff and students on energy usage and conservation measures

Certifications & Awards

GBI NRNC Certified


Project Location:
Subang Jaya, Malaysia
Project Team:
Client: HELP University Sdn Bhd
Contractor: Pembinaan Teknikhas S/B
Architect: GDP Architects S/B
M&E Consultant: Prodana Wawasan Consulting Engineers S/B
IEN Project Team Members:
Sheena Moses
Nataly Haw
Project Size:
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