Muhamad Maznillah Muhammad
Muhamad Maznillah Muhammad, aged 52, a Malaysian, holds Bachelor of Engineering (Civil) from Universiti Putra Malaysia and Master of Science (Engineering Business Management) from University of Warwick, United Kingdom. He has more than 30 years experience in the construction and engineering industry, both in Malaysia and abroad.
Began his career in public sector with Public Works Department of Malaysia in 1982 where he involved in Pahang Tenggara Project, and later attached to Bridge unit in Design and Research Department of PWD. Later he joined private sector in Engineering Consultant office then with several construction companies. During this period he involved in many geotechnical, infrastructure and building works as well as construction of North-South Highway, expansion of Kuantan Port in Pahang, rehabilitation of heritage buildings in Kuching, Sarawak, construction of road to KLIA staff quarters, upgrading of Kota Bharu-Kuala Krai road, Japanese-Malaysian Technical Institute in Penang and Malaysia Judicial Training Institute in Bangi.
He joined Seloga Group in 2005 as Manager (Regional Operations) and involved in several projects in Indonesia, Benin and Mali. Currently he is Chief Operating Officer (International Projects) of Seloga Engineering Sdn Bhd.