SINGAPORE - Engineering and steel firm Yongnam Holdings has secured contracts for three construction projects worth $76.6 million in total.
The firm said on Thursday that the first contract is for the construction of the Napier Station on the Thomson-East Coast Line, which will link areas in the East Coast to the Central Business District.
It will supply, install and dismantle steel struts at the Napier Station.
Under the second deal, Yongnam will construct the Marina South Station and tunnels for the Thomson-East Coast Line. This includes installing steel struts and decking works, which are expected to be completed in two years.
For the last contract, Yongnam will supply and install a temporary steel bridge at Liantang and Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point in Hong Kong.