Singapore’s Changi Airport awards $823M contract

WCN Editorial Team 18 Aug 2016 ASIA TRANSPORT INFRASTRUCTURE

A joint venture of Hock Lian Seng Infrastructure and Sembcorp Design and Construction has secured a SGD1.107bn ($823.3M) contract for the second packages of works for a three-runway system at Changi Airport, Singapore.


The scope of the contract will include pavement and drainage works, mechanical and electrical works, security fencing, perimeter roads, ancillary buildings, as well as other supporting works.

CAG’s executive vice president Yam Kum Weng said: “The development of a three-runway system is an important part of Changi Airport’s expansion plans, which will take the Singapore air hub into its next phase of growth.

“The project, which takes place amid ongoing airport operations, is complex and requires meticulous planning and excellent execution across different phases.

“We look forward to partnering with the Hock Lian Seng and Sembcorp Design and Construction JV in this journey, as we work together to ensure the highest quality and standards in carrying out this project.”

Changi Airport’s three-runway system is expected to be operational by early 2020.

The first package of works was awarded to a Samsung C&T Corporation and Koh Brothers joint venture in October 2015.

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