13 October 2008

Works on Sentosa bridge continues to Apr 09

This new road into Sentosa is in anticipation of the over 15 million of visitors to Sentosa when the Integrated Resort opens in early 2010. The S$80 million, 710-metre, 3-lane bridge will run parallel to the existing causeway which connects Sentosa to the mainland. It is expected to be completed in Sep 09.

Works on the bridge started in May 08. This construction is in addition to reclamation at Sentosa for the Integrated Resort, as well the massive Pasir Panjang extension project. The natural shores nearby include those on Sentosa and Labrador.

Construction of a new bridge from Pulau Brani to Sentosa
From Port Marine Notice No. 188 OF 2008 dated 13 Oct 08

This is a revision of Port Marine Notice No. 89 of 2008.

The working period has been extended. With effect from 01 Nov 08 to 31 Apr 09, at Selat Sengkir (see plan)New bridge construction works will entail steel pipe piling, drilling and socketing of piles and removal of rocks from pile locations. Crane and work barges will be used for the piling works and transportation of equipment. Barges will travel through the Selat Sengkir water to the working area. Barges are expected to travel
in/out of the Selat Sengkir water up to 4-6 times a week for material delivery and equipment transportation. A safety boat will be deployed to advise all craft to keep clear of the working area. Further enquires relating to the project can be directed to Mr Chris Kelly, the project manager, at Tel: 9118 2802, email: chris_kelly@macdow.com.au

Widening of existing causeway and causeway extension works at Sentosa
from Port Marine Notice No. 189 OF 2008 dated 13 Oct 08

This is a revision of Port Marine Notice No. 90 of 2008. The working period has been extended. With effect from 01 Nov 08 to 31 Apr 09, at Cruise Bay, off Sentosa (see plan):Widening works will entail steel pipe piling and removal of existing revetment. Crane barges and work barges will be used for the piling works and transportation of equipment. A safety boat will be deployed to advise all craft to keep clear of the working area. Further enquires relating to the project can be directed to Mr Chris Kelly, the project manager, at Tel: 9118 2802, email: chris_kelly@macdow.com.au

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