Bina Puri JV wins RM1.04bil Thai HSR job


Bina Puri Holdings (Thailand) Ltd Executive Director Leong Keh Soon (fourth, right) and NPA Construction Co Ltd Managing Director Dittapol Damrongrat (third, right) posing for a group photo at the contract signing ceremony in Bangkok. Also present were MATRADE’s Trade Commissioner, Norman Dzulkarnain Nasri (third, left) and Malaysian-Thai Chamber of Commerce (MTCC) Chairwoman Dr Hwee Khim Boo (second, left).

BANGKOK: Bina Puri Holdings Bhd (Bina Puri), through its joint-venture SPTK Joint Venture Co Ltd (SPTK JV), has signed a contract package with State Railway of Thailand on the high-speed railway (HSR) project to connect Bangkok to Nakhon Ratchasima.

Bina Puri’s wholly-owned subsidiary Bina Puri Sdn Bhd (BPSB), together with NPA Construction Co Ltd and Tim Sekata Sdn Bhd, won a bid for a package worth 7.75 billion baht (RM1.036bil) for the Khok Kruat-Nakhon Ratchasima section under phase one of Bangkok-Nakhon Ratchasima section.

The contract was signed by SPTK JV chief executive officer Attasith Damrongrat and Bina Puri Holdings (Thailand) Ltd executive director Leong Keh Soon on behalf of SPTK JV while SRT was represented by its governor, Nirut Maneephan.The civil works for phase one of the Bangkok-Nakhon Ratchasima section involved 14 contracts.

The package included a 12.38km railway route and building of two stations – Nakhon Ratchasima station and Phu Kao Lat station. — Bernama

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