The Prime Movers

The HCK Group, headed by Tan Sri Clement Hii and supported by his team of committed and experienced leaders, is a diversified conglomerate with interest in numerous industries like properties, education and other investments. Its listed arm, HCK Capital Group Berhad is the developer and project manager for numerous ongoing developments, with several other mega developments in the pipeline. The Group has created a niche building education cities across the nation. Its landmark projects are in Setia Alam, Damansara Perdana, Cyberjaya, Matang (Kuching) and Ipoh, among others.

The HCK Group, which also includes the unlisted HCK Group of Companies, sets itself apart in the market by focusing on innovation – by recognising what is already in the market, finding gaps, and providing enhanced and improved products that enrich the lives of all.

Mr. Ong Chou Wen

Deputy Managing Director

Mr. Foong Peng Yew

Chief Executive Officer, Properties Division

Mr. Clifford Hii

Group Executive Director, Growth Strategies & Alliances

Mr. Leong Choong Wah

Executive Director, Corporate Services

Dr. Dennis Ling

Chief Operating Officer, Properties Division

Mr. Tang Tung Kiong

Deputy General Manager, Business Development

The Country’s Top Builder Of Education Cities

Besides edusphere @ Cyberjaya, the HCK Group is also currently developing two other communities with an education element, with a few more planned across Malaysia. These integrated developments with the concept of “Stay, Shop, Study” concept has been brought to new heights by the HCK Group, making it unique from the rest.

The other developments in the education city series:

Eduenclave @ Ipoh

60-acre mixed development

Situated in Menglembu, the development consists of an educational campus, shoplots, apartments, linked and detached houses. It is a place to learn, live, play and to do business.

Edusentral @ Setia Alam

12-acre mixed development

A fully-integrated mixed development nestled in the heart of Setia Alam. Edusentral’s intelligent mix of residential, commercial and education come together to form an “always-activated”community.