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B.Sc (Hons) UK, P.Eng., MIEM, MACEM, APEC Eng., IntPE, ASEAN Eng., MIET (MIEE), MIEAust, CPEng, NPER, ACPE
Ir Ros Shamsiah Muda obtained her Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Nottingham (UK) in 1982. Upon graduation, she joined the Malaysian Public Works Department (PWD) and during her 15 years tenure, she gained extensive experience in Design, Project Management and Contract Administration. She started her career in PWD as an Electrical Engineer in the Design Office and later became the Deputy Director / Project Manager for the Electrical Division at the PWD Head Office. She has carried out design works for numerous projects of varying scopes and complexities from schools, electrical installation on roads, water supply system and building electrical installations.
As a Chief Operating Officer of Minconsult Sdn Bhd, she leads, establish and control the operational strategies, plans and measures as well as drive operational excellence efficiency, cost saving, expansion, effective stakeholder management and revenue generation to meet the organization’s mission, vision and aspiration. She has been the Project Director for a number of prestigious projects in Malaysia, specialising in various fields of engineering, including Taman Beringin Transfer Station, Mukim Batu, Kuala Lumpur - first largest Solid Waste Transfer Station in South East Asia. Ir. Ros Shamsiah Muda is actively pursuing projects internationally and she is the Co-Project Director of the Jabal Omar Development and Madinah LRT Project; and Central Station Development Project in Saudi Arabia.
Ir. Ros Shamsiah Muda is a Professional Engineer registered with the Board of Engineers Malaysia since 1987. She is also an Honorary member of ASEAN Engineer Register (AER), APEC Engineer Register and EMF International Engineer Register, while a member of ASEAN Federation Engineering Organisation (AFEO), Association of Consulting Engineers Malaysia, Malaysian Water Association (MWA), International Water Association (IWA) and The Institution of Electrical Engineers of UK (IEE).