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Tiong Seng wins contract to build second primary school from MOE worth $53.9 mil

Samantha Chiew
Samantha Chiew5/10/2018 07:52 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
Tiong Seng wins contract to build second primary school from MOE worth $53.9 mil
SINGAPORE (May 10): Tiong Seng announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Tiong Seng Contractors, has been awarded a contract of about $53.9 million from the Ministry of Education of Singapore (MOE) for the proposed erection of new primary school along P
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SINGAPORE (May 10): Tiong Seng announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary, Tiong Seng Contractors, has been awarded a contract of about $53.9 million from the Ministry of Education of Singapore (MOE) for the proposed erection of new primary school along Punggol Central / Punggol Way.

Expected to commence construction work in May 2018, this is the group’s second contract to build a primary school from MOE.

To recap, the group on May 3 won a $49.9 million contract from the MOE to build a primary school in Puggol Way, which construction is expected to begin this month.

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