david ELLIS architect /NYB secured this project in 1994, by winning a World Bank sponsored design competition of over thirty of the largest firms from USA, Britain, Japan & Canada. The project included the design and construction of a Central Administrative Headquarters and main research facility to be used for health, food and environmental testing in Kuala Lumpur, nestled on a small and already densely occupied site.

Shortly after opening, this building became the headquarters for the athlete testing during the last Commonwealth Games. Keeping with our design values, these buildings are constructed to be flexible in nature, to allow for anticipated changes in technology, processes, or imperatives, without impeding, restricting or reducing the efficiencies of the laboratories.