LTA Awards Three Contracts for Thomson Line’s Sin Ming, Havelock and Marina Bay Stations

News Releases 21 Feb 2014 civil contracts Thomson Line (TSL)

The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded three civil contracts, T211, T221 and T226 with a total value of around S$1.09 billion.

Scope of Contracts

  1. Contract T211 for the design and construction of Sin Ming station and its associated tunnels has been awarded to Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd. at a contract sum of S$454 million. Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd is an established contractor in Japan who had completed several infrastructure and building projects in Japan and overseas, including Singapore. They were previously involved in the construction of East-West Line’s Expo station and North-South Line’s Yew Tee and Kranji stations. Penta-Ocean Construction Co., Ltd is currently involved in the construction of Downtown Line 3’s Bendemeer station and Thomson Line’s Woodlands North station. Sin Ming station will also serve as a Civil Defence shelter along the Thomson Line.
  2. The construction of Havelock station (Contract T221) has been awarded to Gammon Construction Limited Singapore Branch at a contract sum of S$210 million. Gammon Construction Limited Singapore Branch is an established contractor in Hongkong who had completed several infrastructure and building projects in Hongkong and overseas, including Singapore. They were previously involved in the construction of Downtown Line 1’s Chinatown station. Gammon Construction Limited Singapore Branch is currently involved in the construction of Thomson Line’s Mayflower station.
  3. Contract T226 for the construction of Marina Bay station and its associated tunnels has been awarded to Taisei Corporation at a contract sum of S$425 million. Taisei Corporation is an established contractor in Japan who had completed several infrastructure and building projects in Japan and overseas, including Singapore. They were previously involved in the construction of Circle Line 3’s Marymount station as well as Circle Line 4’s Caldecott, Botanic Gardens and Farrer Road stations. Taisei Corporation has recently completed the construction of Downtown Line 1’s Downtown station.
  4. Marina Bay station will become an interchange station connecting three rail lines, linking the current North-South and Circle Lines with the future Thomson Line, bringing further convenience and connectivity to commuters working and residing in along Thomson Road and in the Marina Bay precinct.
  5. Construction works for the above civil contracts are expected to start by the first quarter of 2014. Sin Ming station is scheduled to be completed in 2020 while Havelock and Marina Bay stations are scheduled to be completed in 2021.

About Thomson Line

  1. The 30-km long Thomson Line will enhance rail connectivity in the north-south corridors to the Central Business District (CBD) and developments in the Marina Bay area. Fully underground, Thomson Line comprises 22 stations, including six interchange stations: Woodlands, Caldecott, Stevens, Orchard, Outram Park and Marina Bay. These interchange stations will link to the North-South-East-West Line (NSEWL), Downtown Line (DTL), North-East Line (NEL) and Circle Line (CCL), providing greater accessibility and significantly improve travel time for commuters.

 

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