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Singapore construction firm Soilbuild bags $647.5 million construction contract in Tuas

Singapore construction firm Soilbuild bags $647.5 million construction contract in Tuas
The skyline of Singapore's central business district is seen at dusk with PSA international port terminal in the foreground. Picture taken in 2013.
PHOTO: Reuters

Soilbuild Construction Group has clinched a $647.5 million contract for the construction of a development at the upcoming Tuas port.

This brings the group's order books beyond $1.2 billion for the first time in history.

Known for their construction, development and management of residential and Green Mark-certified commercial properties, Soilbuild's construction of PSA Supply Chain Hub @ Tuas, consisting of warehouse buildings, gate buildings, main intake substation and ancillary buildings at Tuas Port, will be built to achieve Green Mark Platinum Super Low Energy - an eco-sustainable rating for a building under the Building & Construction Authority's Green Mark Certification Scheme.

This rating recognises best-in-class Green Mark Buildings that achieve at least 60 per cent energy savings.

Executive Director of Soilbuild Construction Group Lim Han Ren shared that the project in Tuas mega port is "one of the most prominent private sector industrial projects in Singapore awarded to date" and "the largest construction project won by the group".

"This also marks an important landmark for the group, as the group's order booked is being propelled beyond the $1.23 billion mark for the first time," he added.

This project is expected to be completed by the third quarter of 2027.

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