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S$1.13 billion in Thomson Line contracts awarded by LTA

Civil contracts for four more MRT stations along the Thomson Line, worth a total of S$1.13 billion, were awarded by the Land Transport Authority Tuesday (May 27).

SINGAPORE: Civil contracts for four more MRT stations along the Thomson Line, worth a total of S$1.13 billion, were awarded by the Land Transport Authority Tuesday (May 27).

These are for the Orchard Boulevard, Great World, Outram Park and Shenton Way stations.

The contract for Orchard Boulevard station is awarded to KTC Civil Engineering & Construction Pte Ltd for S$143 million. The company is currently involved in the construction of the Tampines station along the Downtown Line 3.

CAPTION: Artist impression of the interior of Orchard Boulevard station.


CAPTION: Artist impression of the entrance to Orchard Boulevard station.

The S$316 million contract for Great World station and its associated tunnels was awarded to a joint-venture team of Tiong Seng Contractor (Pte) Ltd and Dongah Geological Engineering Co., Ltd (Singapore Branch). 


CAPTION: Artist impression of the interior of Great World station.


CAPTION: Artist impression of the entrance to Great World station.

The construction of Outram Park station and its associated tunnels was awarded to Daelim Industrial Co. Ltd for S$301 million. Outram Park will also be an interchange station connecting the Thomson Line with the East-West and North-East lines.


CAPTION: Artist impression of the interior of Outram Park station.

The contract for Shenton Way station and its associated tunnels was awarded to Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co. Ltd for S$368 million. They are also involved in the construction of the Newton, Tampines East, Upper Changi and Gul Circle stations.


CAPTION: Artist impression of the interior of Shenton Way station.

The fully underground, 30-kilometre-long Thomson Line will comprise of 22 stations, including six interchanges, linking the North-South-East-West Line, the Downtown Line, the North-East Line and the Circle Line.


CAPTION: Map of Thomson Line

Construction works for these four stations will start in the second quarter of this year (2014) and is scheduled to be completed by 2021.

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