Here's a google earth map for comparison.A tiny fragment of the original shore at Tuas that escaped reclamation is being monitored by volunteers of Schering Plough as part of the TeamSeagrass effort. Here's more about a a recent field trip to Tuas.
Reclamation at Pasir Panjang Container Port.
Where does the sand for our reclamation come from?
More on Singapore's sandy footprint.
Reclamation work at Tuas View Extension
from Port Marine Notice No. 47 of 2009 dated 20 Apr 09
This is a revision of Port Marine Notice No. 221 of 2008. The working area and working period have been revised.
With effect from 21 Apr 09 to 20 Oct 09, 24 hours daily including Sundays and Public Holidays, at the western part of Singapore (see attached plan):
The reclamation works involve shore protection and other ancillary works by the crane barges. The grab dredgers will be carrying out dredging, and the trailer-hopper-suction dredgers and hopper barges will be deployed to deposit reclamation materials. The crane barges and grab dredgers will be held in position by 4-point anchor mooring. Soil investigation will be carried out periodically by the jack-up barges. Further general enquiries relating to the project can be directed to Mr T Watanabe, the construction manager, at Tel No: 9668 1523 (email: firstname.lastname@example.org).