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Koh Brothers unit snags S$668.2m PUB job

17 Jul 2019 09:00

By Natalie Choy

A SUBSIDIARY of Catalist-listed Koh Brothers Eco Engineering has bagged a S$668.2 million contract from national water agency PUB, boosting its parent company's order book to over S$1 billion.

The contract, awarded to Koh Brothers Building & Civil Engineering (KBCE) and its joint venture (JV) partner China Harbour (Singapore) Engineering, is for the construction of influent pumping stations at Tuas Water Reclamation Plant (TWRP) later this month.

A total of five 80 metre-deep shafts will be constructed to house 26 large capacity pumps. These pumps will transport industrial used water from deep sewerage tunnels to treatment units within the plant.

Scheduled for completion in 2025, KBCE and its JV partner will also oversee operation and maintenance services.


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