In Malaysia, at approximately 200 km north of Kuala Lumpur, in the Pahang State, the Ulu Jelai hydroelectric project is currently being realised. The project is initially composed of a first lot regarding the access roads (CW1), and a second lot (CW2+EM1) that includes the realisation of dam in Rolled Compacted Concrete, 90 metres high, a "cavern-type" hydroelectric plant with two Francis turbines for a total of 382 MW, inclusive of all hydro-electro-mechanical equipment with water intake solutions and approximately 25 km tunnels of which approximately 15 km realised using TBM (Tunnel Boring Machine) technology.

In December 2013, a third awarding for the project was consisting in the safeguard of the basin's banks using filters and micro-piles, worth approximately € 80 million, taking the contract's value to € 680 million.

The percentage of work completions as at June 30 2015 is approximately equal to 85.6%.