Amongst them is alteration work for repeat client Changi Airport.
Infrastructure firm TEE International secured engineering contracts worth about $58m, an announcement revealed. The contracts were awarded to subsidiaries PBT Engineering Pte. Ltd. (PBT) and Trans Equatorial Engineering Pte. Ltd. (Trans) by repeat and new clients.
This brings the firm’s total outstanding order book to about $304m.
PBT was appointed for the proposed replacement of a fixed gangway, and addition and alteration works at Changi Airport Terminal 1, 2 and 3 by repeat client Changi Airport Group.
“We are encouraged to be appointed to carry out phase 4 of the project and remain committed in executing and delivery the project on time,” Eric Phua, TEE’s deputy group managing director and managing director of engineering, said.
Other contracts awarded to PBT include assessment enhancement initiative (AEI) works for repeat customer Singapore Institute of Technology and 1 Raffles Place under UOB Centre Limited.
Meanwhile, Trans was awarded a subcontract from Lum Chang Building Contractors to supply, install, test and commission electrical and extra low voltage services for a nine-storey development at Woodlands Avenue.
It also secured a project term contract for Singtel Data Centres for three years with the option to extend for two years to provide recurring income for TEE’s engineering business.
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