11 November 2009

More massive construction at Sentosa until 2010

More construction at Sentosa expected until next year. Works include building the massive 620-m boardwalk which will have five pairs of covered travellators "to make the journey a breeze" and be "lined with retail and food and beverage outlets".
Work on this $70-million structure is expected to be completed in Nov 10.

Meanwhile, more construction is taking place on the shore near the Integrated Resort that we visited just last week. It has seagrass meadows, sea stars and other interesting marine life.
Reclamation at Sentosa for the Integrated Resort

More about Sentosa and the reclamation at Sentosa for the Integrated Resort.

Construction of Sentosa Broadwalk (sic)
from Port Marine Notice No. 164 of 2009 dated 11 Nov 2009

With effect from 13 Nov 2009 to 13 May 2010. 24 hours daily including Sundays and Public Holidays. At Cruise Bay, off Sentosa (please see plan attached, above):

The work will entail pilling and construction of the boardwalk. Flat Top barges will be used for the 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 John Adams, the project manager, at Tel: 9725 8011 (email:john.adams@gammonconstruction.com).

Reclamation, Installation Works and Construction of Crane Dance Structure in Cruise Bay
from Port Marine Notice No. 163 of 2009 dated 11 Nov 2009

This is a revision of PMN No. 135 of 2009. The working period and working area have been revised.

With effect from 13 Nov 2009 to 31 Mar 2010. 24 hours daily including Sundays and Public Holidays. In Cruise Bay, off Sentosa (see attached plan):
The construction work entails dredging, installation of fascia panels to the seawall and installation of cranes on the crane dance structure. The crane dance structure (Point 11), is sited within the current working area for the seawall and reclamation project. A crane barge and flat top barges will be used for transportation of steel pipe piles and pre-cast concrete elements. The barges used in the project works will be shifted by tugs operating in pusher mode. Safety boats will be in attendance throughout the duration of the operation. For enquiries, please contact the project manager, Mr Chris Kelly at Tel: 9118 2802 (email: Chris_Kelly@macdow.com.au).

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