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Will sea change engulf developers?

SINGAPORE'S long-term approach to mitigate global warming and its consequences could offer a silver lining to some businesses here.

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Construction and/or civil engineering groups such as Lum Chang, Koh Brothers Eco Engineering, BBR Holdings, Yongnam Holdings and Soilbuild Construction Group can play a major role in some of the longer-term projects outlined in the recent National Day Rally to deal with rising sea levels and other effects of climate change.

One proposed solution entails building polders to protect Singapore's low-lying eastern coastline, for instance. Another is to reclaim a series of islands offshore from Marina East to Changi, then connecting the islands with barrages and creating a freshwater reservoir.

Companies involved in support and downstream services relating to the construction value chain, such as Pan-United Corporation and Tiong Woon Corporation, may also have a shot at taking part in these big engineering/infrastructure projects to shield Singapore from rising sea levels.

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