Malaysia’s second largest builder Gamuda Bhd has pre-qualified for infrastructure jobs in Qatar worth more than 10 billion Malaysian ringgit ($2.72 billion), local daily New Straits Times reported on Monday.

The builder is also bidding for several infrastructure contracts in Bahrain and other Asian countries, said Chan Kong Wah, the managing director of Gamuda Engineering Sdn Bhd.

Gamuda currently has 4.01 billion ringgit worth of jobs in Qatar and Bahrain, including the 2.6-billion-ringgit contract to build the New Doha International Airport (NDIA).

“There’s possibly 400 million ringgit (worth of contracts) more to come (for the NDIA),” said Chan.

Gamuda has also ventured into Vietnam, where it is working on the Yen So Park project to create a central business district.

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