Subis District Office new building to be completed by March 2024


Rosey (seated centre), Norlila (seated second right) and others in a photo call after the briefing session at Subis District Office.

MIRI (Feb 5): The Subis District new office building construction is at 50 per cent completion and progressing well.

Deputy Minister of Women, Childhood and Community Development (Women and Children Development) Datuk Rosey Yunus said the RM5.9 million office building is expected to be completed by March, 2024.

“The new office building of Subis District Office is in Kampung Rambai, which is a village on the other side of Sibuti river, opposite the town of Bekenu.

“This project has now entered its second phase of implementation with 50 per cent completion,” she said to the media after attending a briefing session on project developments in Bekenu, at Subis District Office on Friday.

Rosey who is Bekenu assemblywoman was also briefed on three other projects in Bekenu that has received a total of RM11.68 million allocation; Subis Community Hall (RM2.5 million), Kampung Bulau’s bridge (RM4.18 million) and Kampung Rambai Waterfront (RM5 million).

She pointed out that the state government has approved the RM4.18 allocation for Kampung Bulau bridge project – however, the project is still waiting for an additional allocation of RM5.17 million due to a change of location for the bridge to be built.

Also present at the project briefing session were Subis District Officer Norlila Ulis, Public Works Department (JKR) Miri division engineer Stephen Ung and contractors.