Catalist-listed Kori Holdings Limited has announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Kori Construction (S) Pte Ltd, has been awarded contracts amounting to an aggregate of S$30 million, as part of the Thomson-East Coast MRT Line.
The contracts were awarded by:
- Hock Lian Seng Infrastructure Pte Ltd for the supply, fabricate, installation and removal of temporary strutting works at Contract T223 Maxwell Station
- Gammon Construction Limited for the supply, installation and removal of temporary strutting and decking works at Contract T210 Mayflower Station
- China Railway No.5 Engineering Group Co. Ltd for the strutting and decking works at Contract T209 Lentor Station
- Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. Ltd for the strutting, deckpost, kingpost, decking and sheet piling at Contract T225 Marina Bay Station and variation works at Contract T206 Construction of Tunnels between Woodlands Station and Woodlands Avenue 12
Kori is a Singapore-based multi-discipline engineering and construction services company. It is principally engaged in providing civil/structural engineering and infrastructural construction services as a sub-contractor for commercial, industrial and public infrastructural construction projects. Its customers include local and overseas developers in the engineering construction industry.
“We are pleased to be at the forefront of this new phase of development for the Thomson-East Coast MRT Line. We would like to thank our partners for their trust and confidence in us and which affirms our longstanding proven track record established over the years,” commented Mr Hooi Yu Koh, CEO and Managing Director of Kori Holdings Limited.
In August and December of 2014, Kori Construction (S) Pte Ltd was also awarded contracts worth S$71.4 million as part of the Thomson-East Coast MRT Line.