2010 — present
Woh Hup was awarded the contract to build Punggol Digital District by JTC Corporation. Designed by renowned architects WOHA, the 50-hectares Punggol Digital District will be Singapore's first Enterprise District.
The Woh Hup - Obayashi Joint Venture project team completed the construction of Jewel Changi Airport in December 2018 after 51 months of hard work and perseverance. Within this mega complex sits the world’s tallest man-made waterfall at approximately 40 meters tall surrounded by a five-storey Forest Valley made up of Singapore’s largest indoor collection of plants. Jewel Changi Airport opened its doors to the public in April 2019 and Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong graced the official opening of the premise in October that year.
Woh Hup was awarded a $1.21 billion contract by Land Transport Authority for extension works to the existing depot to double its current capacity to cater for future needs.
BCA Quality Star ChampionAward
The inaugural BCA Quality Excellence Award - Quality Star Champion, a new award category this year, was presented to only one builder, Woh Hup (Private) Limited
Singapore Golden Jubilee Business Award
In commemoration of Singapore’s Jubilee year, Woh Hup (Private) Limited was honoured to be among the 50 Award recipients in recognition of achievements and contributions over the decades.
Woh Hup received a record high of 20 ROSPA Occupational Health & Safety (Gold Awards), 17 SHARP, 7 ROSPA Guardian Angel, 2 SCAL Innovation, 1 WSH Supervisor, & ROSPA Occupational Safety Awards - Winner of Housebuilding & Property Development Sector.
Woh Hup - Obayashi Joint Venture was awarded a $1.57 billion contract to build Jewel Changi Airport.
BCA Quality Excellence Award
Woh Hup wins the inaugural BCA Quality Excellence - Quality Champion (Platinum) Award under the builder category.
Completion of Woh Hup, a Green Mark Platinum certified building.
Record number of ROSPA Awards
Awarded a record number of 9 ROSPA Occupational Health & Safety (Gold Awards) and 5 SHARP & 3 SIT Awards.
1990 — 2010
Awarded contract for construction of Gardens by the Bay comprising of two dome conservatory complexes and Supertrees.
Reflections at Keppel Bay
Awarded contract for construction of Reflections at Keppel Bay, Daniel Libeskind's first residential showcase in Asia.
Completion of MRT Circle Line Stage C825, connecting stations in the Marina Bay Area.
Completion of 38-storey Queens Condominium, the tallest condominium constructed in Singapore at that time.
One of the first construction companies to have its Occupanial Health and Safety Management System OHSAS 18001 certified by BCA.
Completion of Great World City, a mixed-use development along Kim Seng Road comprising of residential and commercial blocks.
ISO 9002 Certification
First local company to be ISO 9002 certified by BCA (later upgraded to ISO 9001:2000).
1950 — 1980’s
First in SE Asia to introduce 'push bridge' technology in the building of the Wayang Satu Flyover.
Classified a G8 Contractor
One of the first companies to be classified a G8 Contractor, eligible to tender for building and civil engineering contracts of unlimited value.
World Trade Center and Auditorium
Completion of World Trade Centre and Auditorium comprising of a mall and exhibition halls.
Completion of Ocean Building, a prestigious 28-storey office building constructed using double convex bronzed aluminium framed and double glazed windows.
Golden Mile Complex
Completion of 17-Storey Golden Mile Complex, one of Singapore's earliest mixed-use developments.
Completion of Telecommunications Authority of Singapore Orchard Road Exchange.
First Overseas Project
Construction of Royal Air Force in Kuala Lumpur, Malasyia.
1920 — 1940’s
Woh Hup (Private) Limited
Woh Hup incorporated as a private company.
Completion of Changi Prison, a state-of-the-art penal facility of its time.
Completion of Clifford Pier
Completion of Clifford Pier, Woh Hup's first major building project to include civil engineering works.
Woh Hup was founded by Mr Yong Yit Lin.