Keller has won a £28M ground engineering contract at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
Source: Changi Airport Group
The firm will carry out vibrocompaction of land ahead of a major expansion of the huge transport hub.
Work on the S$56M (£27.6M) deal is due to start on site this month, with completion in summer 2016.
Keller chief executive Justin Atkinson said: “This contract award reflects both the group’s excellent track record using vibrocompaction in Singapore and extensive experience in similar airport construction projects around the world.”
Terminal 1 at Changi Airport will be expanded alongside creation of a mixed-use complex featuring attractions, shops, a hotel and operations facilities.