K.H. Lee Engineering & Construction Pte Ltd started out by providing rental services for JCB and excavation works. After about 2 years, the Company became a sub-contractor for telecommunications and Singapore PowerGrid Projects (formerly known as Power Utilities Board). The Company became corporatized in 1992.
The Company’s areas of expertise include civil works (e.g. installation for OGB, pedestals, construction of manholes), cabling works (e.g. laying of high tension, low tension and optic fibre cables), engineering works (e.g. cable spicing, jointing and termination), specialist works (e.g. detection of underground service, road milling and patching, opening of trial holes), and sales/rental/repair and maintenance of construction machineries. All machineries and equipments used for the execution of works are acquired and owned directly by the Company. In addition, the Company currently has strength of about 95 foreign workers and 20 local staffs to help in the running of the daily works.
The Company has been accredited with the ISO 9001:2015 and OHSAS 45001:2018 certificates as well as the BizSafe Star Award.
With its decades of experience, the Company has grown and continues to be a key main-contractor with the Customer Project, Departmental Projects and Renewal Projects sections of Singapore PowerGrid Ltd (a part of SP Group) in cable installation, diversion and renewal works. The Company is also involved in private projects such as the laying of telecommunication pipelines for Nanyang Technology University campus’ optical fibre network as well as a sub-contractor for HDB developer projects.
Looking forward, the Company aims to be turnkey contractor with complete in-house capability in design, supply and construction, specializing in utilities installation including but not limited to power cables distribution network, telecommunications, gas pipes, water pipes and other associated engineering works.
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