National Sport Complex
1998
Located at Bukit Jalil, the National Sports Complex (NSC) was purpose-built to host the XVI Commonwealth Games in 1998.

Under a turnkey contract, UEM Builders was responsible for the construction of three primary buildings namely, the National Stadium, the National Aquatic Centre (NAC) and the Putra Stadium.

The 100,000-capacity National Stadium is the central building in the NSC and is one of the biggest stadiums in the world.

The main competition facilities of the 4,700-seat NAC comprise a 10-lane Olympic-sized competition pool, a diving pool and an 8-lane training pool.

The Putra Stadium features an arena that can be adjusted to various formats for different events. With 13,000 permanent seats and 3,000 retractable seats, the seating arrangements can also be reconfigured to suit varying requirements depending on the event staged.