Koh Brothers Eco Engineering secured a contract worth $200.7 million from the Public Utilities Board to perform mechanical, electrical, instrumentation control (MEICA), (MEICA) work for Industrial Liquids Module 1, Tuas Water Reclamation Plant Tuas WRP.
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The company will construct the entire treatment process, from primary, secondary and preliminary. This includes headworks screening and primary sedimentation.
Koh Brothers Eco Engineering stated in a stock exchange filing that the plant will be the largest industrial water treatment facility. It uses ceramic membrane technology to recover industrial water.
The works were scheduled to begin in November and are expected to be completed by December 2025. The works will then be followed by maintenance and operations services for a period of twelve months.
Koh Brothers Eco Engineering will be able to generate a steady stream from operations and maintenance services through 2026.
Paul Shin, CEO of the company, says that the company is happy to have been awarded the contract from PUB to help Singapore with its efforts to reclaim and recycle used water.
“Winning this contract is a testament to our deep expertise in water and wastewater treatment. This track record has been well documented in past projects.
Shin explains that these include the Changi Water Reclamation Plant which is the largest in terms of treatment capability, Keppel Marina East Desalination Plant which can treat freshwater as well as seawater, and the Tuas WRP Contract 2A-Influent Pumping Stations. Shin explains that they are building deep pumping stations to transport used water from the Deep Tunnel Sewerage System of PUB to the plant’s liquids module for treatment.
Shin says that the company is well-positioned to secure MEICA projects in future. Shin says that the company will continue to optimize its resources and to focus on increasing productivity through the adoption of technology and digitalisation in order to improve operational efficiency.