GS E&C adds $98 million deal to Singapore construction jobGS Engineering and Construction, Korea’s sixth-largest builder, said yesterday it secured a $98 million deal to complete interior work for Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*Star).
The company said it aims to complete the job by July 2015. GS E&C will have to set up interiors for laboratories and offices of A*Star, which is located in Fusionopolis, also a project of GS E&C.
GS E&C secured the contract to build the Fusionopolis project, which consists of three 18-story office buildings, in 2011.
The affiliate of GS Group said it aims to expand its presence in Southeast Asia after winning a series of orders in Singapore.
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