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With PIE accident behind, OKP resumes contract wins; eyes more shophouses for more recurring income - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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With PIE accident behind, OKP resumes contract wins; eyes more shophouses for more recurring income

OKP's Daniel Or is confident that the company will be back again and recognised as one of the big boys of local construction

Construction

Wee Hur wins $176.7 million contract from HDB

As previously announced, as at Dec 31 2021, its construction order book stood at $320.94 million
Pan-United achieves Singapore's largest two continuous concrete pours in one month - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Pan-United achieves Singapore's largest two continuous concrete pours in one month

The total concrete volume of the two pours, at 37,258 cubic metres, is equivalent to filling 14 Olympic-sized swimming pools.

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Tiong Seng wins MCCY contract worth $192.3 mil for development of Outward Bound Singapore campus on Coney Island

The possession of the site is expected to take place in December 2020.
Trust and collaboration – putting construction firms on the path to recovery - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Trust and collaboration – putting construction firms on the path to recovery

The road to recovery will be a long one. However, firms can set themselves up for success by focusing on trust and collaboration.

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Building and Construction Authority slashes forecast for Singapore's 2020 construction demand by $10 billion

BCA has slashed its forecast for this year’s projected construction demand to between $18 billion and $23 billion

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Pan-United paves the way forward

With its hi-tech processes and products, Pan-United is breaking construction’s mould as a bricks and mortar industry

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Resumption of activity brings glimmer of hope to construction sector

Economists say the resumption of construction activity, saying that the “baby steps” will help drive growth in the sector.

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Soilbuild Construction increases investment in wholly-owned subsidiary to $9.5 mil from $100,000

The group says the additional investment is to strengthen the capital base of Soilbuild Construction International.

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Tiong Seng expects net loss for 1H20 due to lockdowns; Bribery case still ongoing

Tiong Seng Holdings warn of expected loss in 1H results, attributes this to circuit breaker in Singapore and Movement Control Order in Malaysia
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