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The Works Commencement Ceremony of a pilot site for mechanised parking system at Bangkit Road Carpark BJ15 was officially launched by...

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Established in the same founding year as Sato Kogyo in 1862, Singapore's oldest performing arts centre - Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall...

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The ground breaking ceremony of the new Thomson Line, which the Upper Thomson Station is part of this new 30km rail line...

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In July 2014, Sato Kogyo was awarded a contract by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) to design, build, test, commission and maintain Mechanised Parking System...

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Sato Kogyo won an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract in June 2014 to carry out additions and alterations to part...

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  • HDB Mechanised Parking System

    In July 2014, Sato Kogyo was awarded a contract by the Housing and Development Board (HDB) to design, build, test, commission and maintain Mechanised Parking System and Facilities at Bangkit Road and Yishun Avenue 4 carparks. These are two out of the three sites that form part of a pilot project by the government to evaluate how carpark shortages can be addressed. The works are scheduled to complete in 3rd Quarter 2015.
  • Almac Pharmaceutical Packaging and Office Facility

    Sato Kogyo won an engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) contract in June 2014 to carry out additions and alterations to part of an existing warehouse and office development at Changi South Street 93. The works consist of demolition works, construction of new architectural and interior fit-out works, clean room, cold room, frozen room and warehousing facilities in accordance with GMP and GDP standards.
  • MRT Thomson Line (Contract 212):
    Upper Thomson Station and Associated Underground Tunnels

    Sato Kogyo secured a S$373,958,250 contract in October 2013 to construct the Upper Thomson Station and its associated tunnels. The 78½-month contract consists of a 20m deep underground station with 9,300m2 of floor area, a total of 3.8km rail tunnels, demolition of an existing post office and diversion of an existing canal.
  • Additions and Alterations to Sony Factory

    In September 2013, Sato Kogyo clinched a design-and-build contract to carry out additions and alterations to the existing Sony Factory at Gul Circle. With a fast-track schedule of 10 months, the works encompass reconfiguration of the existing facility with new clean rooms, production, warehouse and office space.
  • Additions and Alterations to Baxter Bioscience Facility

    Sato Kogyo was awarded an agreement for addition and alteration works to Baxter Bioscience Facility in November 2012. The contract encompasses the construction of two new floors above the existing facility, a new bioreactor plant, a new nitrogen yard and external works. Scheduled to complete in a fast-track schedule of eight months, this is the second contract awarded by Baxter to Sato Kogyo in four years.
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific BioProduction Facility

    The design-and-build contract for the additions and alterations of an existing factory at Tuas South Street 1 for Thermo Fisher Scientific BioProduction’s new dry power media manufacturing facility was awarded to Sato Kogyo in September 2012. The contract, with a fast-track schedule of eight months and designs tailored to the end user’s specific requirements, encompasses the production and packaging clean room, warehousing facilities complete with racking system in cold room and air-conditioned conditions, mechanical, electrical, processed water and waste water treatment systems as well as micro piling and structural works to create new mezzanine.
  • Redevelopment of Grand Central Hotel

    In July 2012, Sato Kogyo secured the contract to redevelop the existing Grand Central Hotel at Cavenagh Road. The contract comprises demolition of the existing hotel blocks as well as construction of two new 10-storey hotels complete with piling, basement, structural, M&E and interior fit-out works. Commencement of the works for the new 752-room hotels is scheduled for September 2012.
  • Additions and Alterations to Marina Square Shopping Mall

    Sato Kogyo won a contract in June 2012 to carry out additions and alterations to the existing Marina Square Shopping Mall. The works consist of demolition and structural alterations, construction of new structures and interior fit-out works, and new facade cladding system with LED lighting. The multi-phase project is expected to complete in first quarter 2013.
  • Additions and Alterations to Raffles City Shopping Centre

    Sato Kogyo was awarded a contract in April 2012 to carry out addition and alteration works to the existing Raffles City Shopping Centre. The works encompass new domestic water tank at the basement as well as structural demolition and reconstruction. In addition to the new domestic water tank, additions and alterations are also required at specific areas from Basement Level 3 to 3rd Storey of the busy retail mall. This is the second additions and alterations contract won by Sato Kogyo in relation to Raffles City Shopping Centre.
  • Nicoll Highway Underpass

    Sato Kogyo has bagged a contract in March 2012 for the Construction of Vehicular Underpass at Nicoll Highway / Guillemard Road junction. Valued at a contract sum of S$44,980,000, the works include widening of the existing Merdeka Bridge, widening and realignment of the existing Nicoll Highway, and a new underpass at the junction of Nicoll Highway, Guillemard Road, Mountbatten Road and Sims Way.
  • Hi-tech Data and Computing Facility

    Sato Kogyo has clinched a construction management contract in December 2011 to build a high-specification data and computing facility for a Fortune 500 technology giant. The fast-track contract, which encompasses pre-construction and construction services, comprises the full scope of foundation, building structure, architectural, MEP systems, technical fit-outs and external works.
  • Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall Additions & Alterations

    Sato Kogyo won the contract for the additions and alterations of the Victoria Theatre and Victoria Concert Hall in July 2011. Apart from preserving the structural integrity of the 150-year-old building while a new basement is being built directly below the existing building, the project also calls for close coordination between state-of-the-art theatrical systems and high-quality interior architectural finishes. Scheduled to commence in October 2011, this contract further strengthens Sato Kogyo’s growing niche in the institutional sector, whose other iconic landmark projects include the Singapore International Cruise Terminal, Supreme Court of Singapore and restoration to the National Museum of Singapore.
  • MRT Downtown Line Stage 3 (Contract 936):
    Bencoolen Station

    In April 2011, Sato Kogyo scored a hat-trick in the Downtown Line Stage 3 tenders by clinching the contract for the construction of Bencoolen Station. The S$177,580,000 contract, which is the third Downtown Line Stage 3 contract awarded by the Land Transport Authority to Sato Kogyo, consists of an underground station with a total area of approximately 24,000sqm.
  • MRT Downtown Line Stage 3 (Contract 932):
    Mattar Station and Associated Underground Tunnels

    Sato Kogyo has inked an S$199,850,000 contract in April 2011 to build the Mattar Station and its associated tunnels. This is the second Downtown Line Stage 3 contract awarded by the Land Transport Authority to Sato Kogyo in as many months. The repeated order is yet another testament of the firm’s proven reputation in large-scale, highly complex and technically challenging construction projects.
  • MRT Downtown Line Stage 3 (Contract 928):
    Bedok Reservoir Station and Associated Underground Tunnels

    In March 2011, Sato Kogyo secured the first Downtown Line Stage 3 order with the Land Transport Authority for the construction of Bedok Reservoir (formerly known as Bedok Town Park) Station and its associated tunnels. Valued at a sum of S$268,680,000 which forms part of the 21-kilometre long Downtown Line Stage 3 network, construction works are scheduled to commence in March 2011.
  • Proposed Jurong East Temporary Bus Interchange (Contract VT330)

    Sato Kogyo was awarded the contract for the design and build of the proposed Jurong East Temporary Bus Interchange at Jurong Gateway / Jurong Street 13. The 14-month contract, which comprises an office building with administrative rooms, staff lounge and canteen, is earmarked to commence in March 2011.
  • Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore

    The contract for the construction of the Marina Bay Cruise Centre Singapore (formerly known as International Cruise Terminal) was awarded to Sato Kogyo in September 2010.  Slated to become a major cruise hub in the Asia Pacific region, the project is located at Marina Coastal Drive and consists of a terminal building and a carpark building with unique roof design, modern architectural finishes and state-of-the-art security features.
  • Redevelopment of The Plaza at Beach Road

    Sato Kogyo has bagged a contract in June 2010 for the redevelopment of The Plaza at Beach Road. The contract consists of complex demolition works, additions and alterations to the existing retail podium and car park block, and construction of a new hotel over the existing car parks. Construction of the redevelopment is scheduled to commence in July 2010 and expected to complete in August 2012.
  • Sentosa Gateway Tunnel

    Sato Kogyo has secured a contract in June 2010 to construct a new 113 metres vehicular tunnel along Sentosa Gateway. The contract also encompasses demolition of vehicular tunnel link to Vivocity basement car park, dismantling of existing pedestrian overhead bridge connecting Vivocity and St James Power Station, underpinning of monorail piers, construction of 54 metres of new depressed road and 50 metres of new road at grade level as well as realignment and widening of Sentosa Gateway and parts of Telok Blangah Road totalling 280 metres in length.
  • Rolls-Royce Seletar Campus: Project Red Dot

    Sato Kogyo has clinched the coveted design-and-build contract for Rolls-Royce Project Red Dot at Seletar Aerospace Park in January 2010. The 33,000 sqm campus, which consists of the Regional Headquarters, Research and Training Facility and Aircraft Engine Assembly Plant where Trent aero engines are assembled, is scheduled for completion in mid 2011.
  • Baxter Bioscience Facility

    The contract for pharmaceutical giant Baxter's Bioscience Facility was awarded to Sato Kogyo in June 2009. This Facility is located within the existing premises of Baxter's campuses where other manufacturing plants are in operation 24/7.
  • Marina Coastal Expressway (Contract 487)

    Sato Kogyo has secured a $732,600,000 order in October 2008 to build the highly anticipated new Marina Coastal Expressway.  The construction of the underground vehicular tunnel and slip roads at its junction with East Coast Parkway under Contract 487 is scheduled to complete by June 2013.
  • Additions and Alterations to Jurong East MRT Station (Contract 1590)

    In September 2008, Sato Kogyo signed a contract with the Land Transport Authority of Singapore for the design and construction of addition and alteration works to the existing Jurong East MRT Station.  The construction also includes extended platform and new 2.5km railway viaducts.
  • One Raffles Place Tower Two and Additions & Alterations to One Raffles Place Tower One

    The contract to construct a new 38-storey One Raffles Place Tower Two and addition and alteration works to the existing One Raffles Place Tower One (formerly known as OUB Centre) in the central business district has been won by Sato Kogyo in April 2008.  A Signing Ceremony was held on 25 April 2008 and witnessed by OUB Centre Limited.

     

     
     



 
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