SINGAPORE (Oct 16): TEE International’s wholly-owned subsidiaries, PBT Engineering and Trans Equatorial Engineering, have been awarded new engineering contracts worth $58 million to carry out asset enhancement initiative (AEI) and mechanical & electrical (M&E) works for both repeat and new clients.

These include PBT’s appointment by Changi Airport Group (CAG) for the replacement of fixed gangways and addition & alteration (A&A) works at Changi Airport terminals 1-3, as well as other AEI contracts awarded to PBT to carry out A&A works at the Singapore Institute of Technology’s Dover campus.

For TEE International’s M&E division, Trans has been subcontracted to provide supply, installation, testing & commissioning of electrical & extra-low voltage services for Lum Chang Building’s nine-storey light industrial development at Woodlands Avenue.

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