|Sabah State Administrative Centre|
Sabah State Administrative Centre building.
|Location||Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia|
|Completed||Around December 2016|
|Cost||Total estimated cost RM600 million
|Owner||Sabah State Government|
|Roof||132 m (433 ft)|
|Design and construction|
The Sabah State Administrative Centre is a government office complex building located in Kota Kinabalu in the state of Sabah, Malaysia. The complex consists of a single 33-storey office tower and two 9-storey office buildings and house the state's chief minister's office and other state government cabinet members. The construction commenced in August 2011 and was scheduled to complete in 30 months.
The working site of the Sabah State Administrative Centre (right) in early 2014. On the left is the 32 storey Tun Mustapha Tower, the former tallest building in Sabah.
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