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Oct 14, 2019

LTA Underground Infrastructure Work at Changi Airport Project Awarded to STECS

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) awarded an underground infrastructure contract (T316) to Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. (Singapore) Pte Ltd on 10 October 2019.

The $321,7 million project entails the construction and completion of twin bored tunnels which connect Changi Airport Terminal 5 (T5) to Changi Airport Station Terminal 2 (T2) North Finger Pier. The contract also includes the construction and completion of associated cross passages, launch shaft, underground infrastructure, tunnels low point sumps and the associated ancillary works.

(Image Source: Changi Airport Group, 2016)

Sep 09, 2019

STECS Won LTA’s Contract for the Construction of Jurong Region Line Stations

Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. (Singapore) Pte Ltd has been awarded a civil contract worth $465.2 million by the Land Transport Authority to design and build three stations along the JRL line: Choa Chu Kang, Choa Chu Kang West and Tengah, together with a 4.3 km viaduct linking Choa Chu Kang and Tengah stations along Choa Chu Kang Ave 3. The project furthermore involves extension and alteration works to integrate the existing Choa Chu Kang station on North-South Line with the new Jurong Region Line.

 

The construction works are expected to commence in 2020 and scheduled to be completed by 2026.

Jan 01, 2019

LTA AWARDS STEC FOR CONTRACT NORTH-SOUTH CORRIDOR TUNNELS BETWEEN SIN MING AVENUE AND ANG MO KIO AVENUE 3

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded a contract (N109A) to construct a road tunnel, an MRT station box and commuter facilities, including pedestrian overhead bridges, bus stops, sheltered walkways, and cycling paths between Sin Ming Avenue and Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 to Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. (Singapore) Pte Ltd. at a contract sum of S$615.90 million on 2 January 2019.

 

The 800m-long road tunnel will feature a pair of three-lane roads. It will be integrated with the planned Teck Ghee station on the future Cross Island Line.

Works on this contract are expected to begin by second quarter of 2019.

Aug 05, 2018

2018 SAFETY AND HEALTH AWARD RECOGNITION FOR PROJECTS (SHARP) 2018 -T225 & T206

Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co (Singapore) Pte Ltd (STEC), has been awarded the Safety and Health Award Recognition for Projects (SHARP) 2018 for LTA Contract T225 - Construction of Shenton Way Station and Tunnels for Thomson-East Coast Line and LTA Contract T206 - Construction of Woodlands Bored Tunnels and CCT.

Nov 27, 2017

PUB DTSS Phase 2 T-11 Contract Awarded to STECS

Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co (Singapore) Pte Ltd (STEC), has been awarded the Contract T-11 by Singapore’s national water agency PUB to design and construct the tunnels under Deep Tunnel Sewerage System Phase 2 (DTSS2).

The Deep Tunnel Sewerage System, which will be the conduit for all used water islandwide, will boost water recycling and free up space in land-scarce Singapore. DTSS2, which costs $6.5 billion, will also free up an additional 83ha of land - about the size of 116 football fields - currently housing the Ulu Pandan and Jurong Water Reclamation Plants, pumping stations and sewage treatment plants.

DTSS2 (include Tender Contract T-07 to T-11) will stretch 30km across the western part of Singapore, starting under Keppel Road, at 35m below ground, following the Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) all the way to Tuas Road, where it will be 55m below ground. It will also include a separate 10km tunnel in Tuas for industrial used water.

PUB DTSS2 Contract T-11 (Contract Value: S$ 472,168,000) include design and construction of a 6 km South tunnel, its shafts and other features from Shaft Ki at Keppel Road/Anson Road junction, along Ayer Rajah Expressway (AYE) to Shaft M at Portsdown Avenue/AYE (Shaft Ki to Shaft M), and a 5.5 km Southern Region Link Sewer Tunnel, its shafts and other features from Sentosa Island to Warwick Road/Alexandra Road junction. Works are expected to start in December 2017, the construction period of the project is about 6 years.

(Image Source: PUB, 2017)

Sep 03, 2017

STECS Presented with LTA'S Top Award - Contractors Challenge Shield 2017

On the 19th Annual Safety Award Convention (ASAC), a total of 23 contractors were honoured for their excellent WSH practices in the past year. Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co (Singapore) Pte Ltd was presented with the top award, and the LTA Contractors Challenge Shield, for our work on the Thomson-East Coast Line’s Shenton Way station and tunnels.


This year, a total of 48 participating contracts from various categories were eligible for the award. The finalists for the LTA Contractors Challenge Shield are shortlisted under the Mega Category following a stringent audit, which includes a comprehensive review of the site's WSH management system and worksite practices. 

Mar 20, 2016

LTA Awarded STECS the Construction of Thomson-East Coast Line's Bayshore Stations and Tunnels

The construction of Bayshore station and its associated tunnels has been awarded to Woh Hup (Private) Ltd – Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co (Singapore) Pte Ltd Joint Venture at a contract sum of S$296 million. Both of the Joint Venture partners are established contractors in Singapore and have completed several infrastructure and building projects in Singapore and overseas. We were previously involved in the construction of Circle Line’s Bras Basah, Buona Vista, Dhoby Ghaut, Esplanade, Holland Village, Kent Ridge, Promenade and Serangoon stations.

Jan 24, 2016

LTA Awarded STECS the Construction of Thomson-East Coast Line’s Katong Park Stations and Tunnels

The construction of Katong Park station and its associated tunnels has been awarded to Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. (Singapore) Pte Ltd at a contract sum of S$293 million. We are an established contractor who was previously involved in the construction of DTL1’s Promenade station and DTL2’s Newton station. We are currently involved the construction of Tuas West Extension, DTL3’s tunneling portion between Tampines East Station and Upper Changi Station, as well as TEL’s Shenton Way station and tunneling  portion between Woodlands Station and Woodlands Avenue 12.

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