LTA awards contracts for Amber and Bedok South stations on Thomson-East Coast line

An artist's impression of the interior of Amber station.
An artist's impression of the interior of Amber station.PHOTO: LTA
An artist's impression of the entrance to Amber station.
An artist's impression of the entrance to Amber station.PHOTO: LTA

SINGAPORE - Contracts worth a total of $334 million for the construction of the Amber and Bedok South stations along the Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) have been awarded by the Land Transport Authority to Woh Hup and China Jingye Engineering Corporation.

Woh Hup, previously involved in the construction of the Bras Basah and Holland Village stations along the Circle Line, was awarded the Amber station at a contract sum of $146 million.

The construction of the Bedok South station and its associated tunnels was awarded to China Jingye Engineering Corporation, responsible for the construction of Universal Studios Singapore, at a contract sum of $188 million.

The Bedok South station will serve as the sixth Civil Defence shelter along the East Coast stretch of Thomson-East Coast Line, together with previously announced stations such as Bayshore and Marine Parade.

Construction of the East Coast stretch of the TEL is expected to be completed in 2024.