CR117 - Bright Hill update Q1 & Q2 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
2d ago
  20 June 2024 - A view eastwards of the site stretching up to Eunoia Junior College. It's about the middle of 2024 already. With time ticking away, we'd thought we'd bring you up to speed on the Cross Island Line (CRL)'s Bright Hill station progress for the first half of the year, combining the updates for both Q1 and Q2 into a single post. Somehow looking at the pictures, we think that would give us some more things to talk about than if the quarterly updates were done individually. Western end of siteAt the western end of the site, works are concentrated on the mainline tunne ..read more
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CR109 - Launch of TBMs!
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by SG MRT Construction
5d ago
  15 June 2024 - A photo of the dignitaries in front of the eastbound tunnel boring machine. Source: LinkedIn Talk about being at the right place at the right time - yesterday the Land Transport Authority (LTA) together with contractor China Communications Construction Co (CCCC) held a launch ceremony to kick off tunneling works for the contract. The name of at least one tunnel boring machine (TBM) was unveiled - Hua Mulan. TBM Hua Mulan will begin boring the westbound (Tuas-bound) tunnel for the line from Tampines North station towards Pasir Ris station from the northern launch ..read more
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CR113 - Serangoon North update Q1 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
1w ago
21 March 2024 - A view of the Exit 1 site at the heart of Serangoon North neighbourhood.  Probably the biggest changes at Serangoon North's work site for the Cross Island Line (CRL) phase 1 over the first quarter has been the road realignment and the completion of diaphragm wall works for Exit 2 of the station. The road realignment took place at the traffic junction between Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 and Serangoon North Avenues 1 & 3, pushing the roads further towards the southern edge of the work site. Exit 1The main exit for the station that opens up to the Serangoon North town c ..read more
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CRL - A snapshot in May 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
2w ago
Overview of CRL1 stations CR4 - CR7 as at May 2024. Top (L - R): CR4 - Pasir Ris East, CR5/CP1 - Pasir Ris Bottom (L - R): CR6 - Tampines North, CR7 - Defu Overview of CRL1 stations CR8 - CR11 as at May 2024. Top (L - R): CR8 - Hougang, CR9 - Serangoon North Bottom (L - R): CR10 – Tavistock, CR11 – Ang Mo Kio Overview of CRL1 stations CR12, CR13, CR15 & CR17 as at May 2024. Top (L - R): CR12 - Teck Ghee, CR13 - Bright Hill Bottom (L - R): CR15 - King Albert Park, CR17 - Clementi Another week, and another month goes by. We're now clearly heading towar ..read more
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CR116 - Ang Mo Kio update Q1 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
2w ago
  21 March 2024 - An aerial view of Ang Mo Kio station's paid transfer link, Exit 2 & 6's worksite next to the existing North-South Line station. Q1 of 2024 has seen work at Ang Mo Kio station ramping up ahead of more modifications to the existing North-South Line (NSL) station. Diaphragm wall construction work has commenced near the existing NSL station as well, ahead of the planned switch over to diaphragm wall construction along the northern side of Ang Mo Kio Avenue 3 in the later half of the year. Scan the QR code to view the CR116 Telegram channel. Recently, t ..read more
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N109A - Teck Ghee update March 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
3w ago
  21 March 2024 - An aerial view of the main station area, where Exits 1 and 4 will be located. Life kind of caught up to us in Q1, so similar to Tampines North and Pasir Ris East, we only managed to catch Teck Ghee in March 2024. Contract N109A is primarily for the construction of the North South Expressway (NSE) tunnels with the Cross Island Line (CRL) Teck Ghee station added on beneath. As such, the impact at the work site is much greater than that at other station sites due to the cut & cover nature of the expressway's construction. Work at the junction of Ang Mo Kio Ave ..read more
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CR203 - Contract for Turf City station awarded
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by SG MRT Construction
3w ago
One of the station's exits. Image: LTA  Today, the Land Transport Authority (LTA) announced the award of contract CR203 for the design & construction of Turf City station and associated tunnels connecting to King Albert Park station. The contract was won by a joint venture between Shanghai Tunnel Engineering Co (STEC) & Obayashi Corporation. The joint venture had also previously won adjacent contract CR202 for the construction of a large diameter, single bored tunnel underneath the Central Catchment Nature Reserve that connects Turf City station to Bright Hill station und ..read more
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CR105 - An update from Q1 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
1M ago
  13 March 2024 - A photo of the Minister of Transport, Mr. Chee Hong Tat, with LTA's senior management as the ceremony for the launch of TBM Izanami. Source: CREG Thus far, the Cross Island Line (CRL)'s worksite have all been about creating big holes in the ground. It's been rather similar across the different sites - hardly the interesting stuff of the Jurong Region Line (JRL) where you can see the viaducts coming nearer and nearer to you with each visit. This time, though, we're in for a different kind of update on the CRL. Hopefully one that would be of more interest. Word ha ..read more
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CR107 - Pasir Ris East update Q1 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
1M ago
  24 March 2024 - An aerial view of the worksite near the junction of Pasir Ris Drive2 1 & 2 with Street 12. First of all, unfortunately we only managed to drop by the site towards the end of Q1, so there are somewhat fewer images in this update. However, works thus far have mostly been relegated to diaphragm wall construction for the most part and are hardly the most exciting of works. Perhaps it is not such a bad thing to have visited only once over the past quarter. Nonetheless, we'll do our best to break down how things are progressing over at the site. In the past quart ..read more
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CR108 - Pasir Ris update Q1 2024
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by SG MRT Construction
1M ago
  24 March 2024 - A view westwards from the cut & cover tunnel section east of the main station box. The first quarter of the year has seen quite a fair bit of activity at the construction site of Pasir Ris Cross Island Line (CRL) station. Within the first three months, the alignment of Pasir Ris Drive 1 was shifted closer to Costa Ris BTO precinct, the junction of Pasir Ris Drive 1 with Pasir Ris Central & Street 51 was reconfigured and diaphragm wall works outside block 571 saw a road diversion enacted. 25 February 2024 - A view of the expanded main station box ..read more
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