LTA awards $94.6m viaduct construction contract to OKP Holdings

LTA awards $94.6m viaduct construction contract to OKP Holdings

OKP Holdings Limited Secures S$94.6 Million LTA Project For Construction Of Viaduct From Tampines Expressway To Pan Island Expressway (Westbound) And Upper Changi Road East

After completing the design-and-build projects for the interchange at TPE/Sengkang West Road/Seletar Aerospace Way this year, OKP will once again undertake a project from the Land Transport Authority (LTA). This time, its for the construction of the viaduct from the Tampines Expressway (“TPE”) to the Pan Island Expressway (Westbound) and Upper Changi Road East.

According to a press release by OKP Holdings, the new design-and-build contract involves the design and construction of new viaducts, realignment and widening of existing carriageways, and recambering/resurfacing of the existing roads.

Group Managing Director, Mr Or Toh Wat (胡土发)remarked,
“We are glad to have secured this contract from LTA, a valued client, which reflects the  confidence in OKP’s extensive competence in infrastructure and civil engineering projects
We believe that our sound experience in design-and build projects has helped us clinch this contract. We were involved in the design-and-build projects for the interchange at TPE/Sengkang West Road/Seletar Aerospace Way and the expansion of the Central Expressway/TPE/Seletar Expressway Interchange, which were completed this year. We are also are currently executing another design-and-build project for the widening of Tanah Merah Coast Road.”

OKP Holdings adds that it will also undertake construction of retaining structures, reinstatement works, as well as the construction of other required structures and ancillary works.

“The contract commenced on 23 November 2015 and is expected to be completed by the first quarter of 2020,” the statement said.
LTA awards $94.6m viaduct construction contract to OKP Holdings.

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