MAINBOARD-LISTED Ley Choon Group Holdings has been awarded contracts worth a total of S$20.4 million by the Public Utilities Board, which will help boost its order book to over S$200 million.
Headquartered in Singapore, the underground utilities infrastructure services provider was listed in August 2012 via a reverse takeover of Ultro Technologies.
The new contracts were won by its wholly-owned subsidiaries Ley Choon Constructions and Engineering, Teacly (S) and Chin Kuan Engineering and Contractors, said the firm in an announcement to the Singapore Exchange after the market closed.
The contracts are for the supply, laying, repair and maintenance of water pipes/mains at different locations in Singapore between this year and 2016.
Ley Choon wins PUB deals worth S$20m