Singapore's Changi Airports International (CAI) has begun consultancy work with the Brunei Economic Development Board (BEDB) for the upgrading and development of Brunei International Airport.
The B$130 million ($98.1 million) project would be implemented by a separately appointed contractor, says CAI, the international arm of Changi Airport group.
CAI was appointed as the owner-advisor to the BEDB, which is the government agency responsible for the project.
"The scope of consultancy entails assisting the BEDB to develop and prioritise the range of refurbishment needed to modernise the airport terminal and preparing tender documents for the Design & Build contract," adds CAI.
CAI will undertake project management services during the construction stage. The construction project is expected to be completed within three years from the date of commencement.
In undertaking the consultancy, CAI says it has formed a consortium with AECOM Asia, a subsidiary of AECOM, an engineering consultancy company with airport-related experience.