JTC Corporation has started construction of the $30 million Components Manufacturing and Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul Facilities (CMMF) at Seletar Aerospace Park.
The CMMF comprises seven standard factory buildings on a three-hectare site at the southern tip of the park and is intended for companies engaged in maintenance, repair and overhaul activities, and those that manufacture aerospace components.
Ms Tang Wai Yee, director for the Aerospace, Marine and CleanTech Cluster, JTC, said: “The CMMF and other developments in SAP will be home to companies that will contribute to the SAP’s annual value-add target of $3.3 billion by 2018.”
JTC is now evaluating the tender submissions for the building works of the CMMF and plans to award the tender by this month.
It recently awarded the piling works tender for the project to Leong Hin Piling for $1.8 million.
CMMF is located near the future facility of the power systems and aircraft engine giant Rolls-Royce. JTC said response from industry players has been very encouraging and targets to complete the CMMF by the middle of next year.
Source: Today, 14 Jul 2010