LTA Awards Three Contracts for Thomson-East Coast Line’s Tanjong Rhu, Katong Park and Marine Terrace Stations

News Releases 25 Jan 2016 Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL)

    The Land Transport Authority (LTA) has awarded three civil contracts for the construction of Tanjong Rhu, Katong Park and Marine Terrace stations along Thomson-East Coast Line (TEL) with a total value of around S$948 million.

Scope of Contracts

Construction of Tanjong Rhu Station and Tunnels

2.  The construction of Tanjong Rhu station and its associated tunnels has been awarded to Bachy Soletanche Singapore Pte Ltd – Wai Fong Construction Pte Ltd Joint Venture at a contract sum of approximately S$294 million. Bachy Soletanche Singapore Pte Ltd is an established geotechnical and civil engineering contractor in France. They were previously involved in the construction of Downtown Line 1 (DTL1)’s Bugis and Telok Ayer stations. Bachy Soletanche Singapore Pte Ltd is currently involved in the construction of TEL’s Orchard and Gardens By The Bay stations. Wai Fong Construction Pte Ltd is an established civil engineering contractor in Singapore. They are currently involved in the construction of TEL’s Mount Pleasant Station.

Construction of Katong Park Station and Tunnels

3.  The construction of Katong Park station and its associated tunnels has been awarded to Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. (Singapore) Pte Ltd at a contract sum of S$293 million. Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. (Singapore) Pte Ltd is an established contractor who was previously involved in the construction of DTL1’s Promenade station and DTL2’s Newton station. Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. (Singapore) Pte Ltd is currently involved the construction of Tuas West Extension, DTL3’s tunneling portion between Tampines East Station and Upper Changi Station, as well as TEL’s Shenton Way station and tunneling  portion between Woodlands Station and Woodlands Avenue 12.

Construction of Marine Terrace Station and Tunnels

4.  The construction of Marine Terrace station and its associated tunnels has been awarded to Ssangyong Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. – Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. Joint Venture at a contract sum of S$361 million. Both Ssangyong Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. and Hyundai Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd. are established contractors in Korea who had completed infrastructure projects around the world. Ssangyong had just completed the construction of DTL2’s Rochor and Little India stations.  Hyundai is currently involved in the construction of DTL3’s MacPherson station after having previously worked on several rail projects including the construction of several North East Line (NEL) stations and the NEL depot.

5.  Together with Marine Parade station, Tanjong Rhu and Marine Terrace stations will serve as Civil Defence shelters along the East Coast stretch of TEL.

6.  Construction works for the above civil contracts are expected to start by the first quarter of 2016 and targeted to complete in 2023.

About Thomson-East Coast Line

7.  The 13-kilometre East Coast stretch of the TEL will connect commuters living in the eastern parts of Singapore and who are not directly served by the rail network currently, such as those in Tanjong Rhu, Siglap, Marine Parade, Upper East Coast and Bedok South, to the heart of the city. As part of the 43-kilometre long TEL, the East Coast stretch will also connect commuters to the Thomson stretch of the TEL, which serves the north-south corridor. The East Coast stretch will have nine stations, including a station which interchanges with the DTL at Sungei Bedok.

8.  The East Coast stretch of the TEL will be completed in two stages. The first seven stations from Tanjong Rhu to Bayshore will be ready in 2023, while the remaining two stations will be completed in 2024.


Enclosed:
Annex A – Artist’s Impressions of Stations
Annex B – Location Maps
Annex C – Map of Thomson-East Coast Line

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