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Singapore TEE International Unit Wins S$56.5 Mln Contracts To Supply Railway Noise Barriers

By Singapore Newsroom
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SINGAPORE (Oct 23) -- Singapore's TEE International's wholly owned unit PBT Engineering has won S$56.5 million ($41.4 million) in Land Transport Authority contracts for railway noise barriers, it said in an exchange filing Monday.

PBT will provide noise barriers along elevated tracks at existing MRT viaducts to mitigate railway noise, it said. It will design, supply and instal noise barriers and provide measurements to check their effectiveness.

TEE International operates in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand.
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