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KSH Holdings' subsidiary takes on new construction project, order book increases to $156 million

Nicole Lim
Nicole Lim • 1 min read
KSH Holdings' subsidiary takes on new construction project, order book increases to $156 million
The group, which has four on-going property JVs in Singapore, expects this new project to contribute to its results in the financial year ending Mar 31, 2026. Photo: Bloomberg
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KSH Holdings' construction order book in Singapore has increased to $156 million, after its wholly-owned subsidiary Kim Seng Heng Engineering Construction, took on a new construction project, according to a release dated Feb 19. 

The group says that it is currently working on several tenders to further increase the order book to a higher amount. Meanwhile, the order book is expected to contribute to the group’s financial results up to the financial year ending Mar 31, 2026.

KSH has four on-going property joint ventures in Singapore: Peace Centre/Peace Mansion, Euro-Asia Apartments at 1037 Serangoon Road, Park View Mansions and Bagnall Court.

In China, KSH is part of a consortium developing the Singapore Sino Health City in the Gaobeidian county near Beijing.

Shares in KSH Holdings closed 0.5 cents higher or 2.08% up at 24 cents on Feb 19. 

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