eATSA 01/2010
 
Greetings and welcome to the ATSA Architects e-community. Our journey in the industry has taken us through a myriad of experience during our practise and here we'd like to share with you, our clients, friends and family of ATSA on our latest news, projects and artwork. We thank you in advance for your support and interest 
 
 

eATSA is now back with our monthly newsletter and I would like to take this opportunity to update on ATSA's growth over the last year or so.

ATSA turned 18 this year on July 3rd 2010. Over the years we have grown from 3 people to about 80 people. During our years of growth, we set up branches in Sabah, Sarawak and Penang. We have also associated ourselves with OWMP International, a leading Architectural Company in Brunei.

Turning 20 in 2012 is something we look forward to. It is a significant point for all of us, as there are only a handful of Malaysian Architectural firms that has reached that height in the industry.

I remember when I was just a young graduate fresh out of school, I attended one of those gruesome weekend Part 3 discourse seminars organized by PAM. One of the speakers was Dr. Ken Yeang (now Dato) and one of the topics he was deliberating on was a case study on an life cycle of a particular successful company which was facing crisis after reaching 20 years.

Inexperienced at that time, it remained with me throughout the years, the rise and fall of an Architectural company. Now I see it evidently that for any business to stay relevant, it must evolve and reinvent itself every 20 years or less. It is like the Japanese out look of things and their lives in general; Kaizen, the never ending improvement.

We are planning our very own ATSA Transformation Program (ATP). Our government itself at present is running two transformation programs i.e. The Economic Transformation Program and The Government Transformation Program. I believe it is a beneficial program all private companies should consider.

On ATP, we will write more on this in the next issue.


Yours truly,
Azim.
Azmil | Azim | Yee | Zul
 
 
Deepavali greeting

Dear friends,

Happy Diwali!!!
ATSA  ARCHITECTS
Wishes all of you dear readers a magical & joyous Diwali

“The Festival of Light”
May this brightness illuminates the hearts, minds, and power of creativity and creation in all of us.

 
 
Under Construction
 
Current Design
 
IPK Kuala Lumpur - View from Jalan Bukit Bintang   Top view of Cybercity Tower, Johor
 
 
 
Sketches
   
 
Conceptual Tower  
Design Evolution of High End Condominium at Jalan Kia Peng, Kuala Lumpur
     
     
News Update
   
 

QESH Certification


We are happy to inform that ATSA is in progress of obtaining its Quality, Environmental, Safety and Health (QESH) Certification.  ATSA will be audited by SIRIM QAS International Sdn Bhd for its stage one (1) certification on 9 and 10 November 2010.  We are on track to obtain our QESH Certification in January 2011.


Berita Harian, Monday, October 11, 2010
   
 
 
 
Recent Travels
Melbourne is one of the "world's most liable city" in recent times with a population of 4 million people.
Founded by John Batman in 1835 and named after Queen Victoria's prime Minister in 1836, the plan of the city was laid out on a grid of spacious boulevards by surveyor Robert Hoddle the following year.

Bridge over Yarra River

Eureka Tower

Federation Square building

Melbourne at the Docklands

Melbourne City Skyline

Olivebait Restaurant by the Docklands
 
Sports Club
On 12th December 2010,  ATSA Sports Club will be supporting PERSATUAN AL HUNAFA / IQRA’ NURTURING CENTRE for their  annual Carnival Maal Hijrah at Taman Tun Dr Ismail , Kuala Lumpur. Friends of ATSA are invited to support this charity event.

Next,  ATSARIANS will be going to Bukit Merah Laketown Resort for a weekend family gathering on 18th December 2010.
 
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