Singapore’s LTA awards contract for Sungei Bedok station and associated tunnels

WCN Editorial Team 21 Jun 2016 ASIA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

KTC Civil Engineering & Construction has secured a SGD418M ($311M) contract from Singapore’s Land Transport Authority (LTA) for the construction of Sungei Bedok station and its associated tunnels.


The new contract represents the last of nine major civil contracts for Thomson–East Coast Line (TEL) in Singapore.

KTC Civil Engineering is currently involved in the construction of Downtown Line 3 (DTL3) Tampines station, as well as TEL’s Orchard Boulevard station.

Sungei Bedok station, to be constructed as a civil defence shelter, will be an interchange station connecting TEL with the DTL.

As part of the 43km-long TEL, the 13km East Coast stretch will also connect commuters to the Thomson stretch of the TEL, which serves the north-south corridor.

The East Coast stretch, to be completed in two stages, will have nine stations, including one that will interchange with the Downtown Line at Sungei Bedok.

The first seven stations from Tanjong Rhu to Bayshore will be completed in 2023, while the remaining two stations will be finished in 2024.

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