TTJ awarded $16 million in contracts

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Structural steel specialist TTJ Holdings has clinched new public sector and industrial contracts worth $16 million, bringing its order book to $146 million as at 3 December 2015.

The new projects are expected to be completed between 2016 to 2018, and include the supply, fabrication and installation of structural steelworks for the Singapore LNG Terminal Phase 3, and another civil defence doors project for the Thomson-East Coast Line.

The company’s core business lies in the design, supply, fabrication and erection of structural steelworks for use in the construction of buildings, factories, plants and infrastructure. It also operates one dormitory in Singapore with a total capacity of 5,300 persons.

Commenting, Group Chairman and Managing Director Teo Hock Chwee said: “Securing additional projects for civil defence doors and the Singapore LNG Terminal, for customers whom we have repeatedly delivered works to in the past, speaks volumes of the trust and confidence they have in TTJ.”

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