Friday, July 02, 2010

Typical, slow action from Government

PWD to name contractor to clear collapsed stadium roof,source TheStar


Alamak,the roof of Sultan Mizan terengganu had long ago collapsed but only now our Government want to start actions?Adoi...what is this?

We are talking about nothing had happened since it had fell down since 2nd June last year,totally crazy thinking back how slow our government always act.
Hold on second,what is the today's date?Haha...it is 2nd July,but it is year 2010 dudes,not 2009,so it has been one year since it was collapsed!

Very surprised,i thought when i was reading the news,it would be like works for refurbishment ke(first time refurbishment ever heard for newly build infra,but it is happened in Malaysia,one and only...haha)

First the stadium was built with exorbitant amount,but yet we heard about its deficiencies(thats why la people make noise,if not we would not bother la dey),now even want to clear the debris,it would need for one year hiatus?
Pity,but each year you guys always barking to get bonus for nothing? How come people like me would not barking like how you did if your works not up to marks to get the bonus?

In private,we would not getting bonus if we did not reach our KPIs set by our management.If we did,it is due to extra miles efforts you have given and reached your goals to not to your unit,but as holistic to an organization you are working with.Government have KPI,but how did they being implemented? Even the AGs report each year,there was no actions taken,how can i believe it was not more than rethoric?

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PWD to name contractor to clear collapsed stadium roof,source TheStar

KUALA LUMPUR: Cleaning work and relocation of the collapsed roof structure of the Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin Stadium in Kuala Terengganu will be carried out as soon as the state procurement board appoints a contractor next week.

Public Works Department director-general Datuk Seri Prof Judin Abdul Karim said they had short-listed several contractors out of the 48 who had tendered for the job.

“Evaluation and selection of the contractors will be done by the Terengganu Procurement Board following recommendations by the state PWD next week,” he told reporters here today.

Yesterday, Terengganu Menteri Besar Datuk Ahmad Said expressed his disappointment that the cleaning work had yet to be carried out at the stadium since its roof collapsed on June 2, 2009. — Bernama

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