15 April 2010

Construction of massive Sentosa boardwalk, until Oct 10

Work on the the massive 620-m boardwalk which first started in Nov 09 continues to Oct 10. The boardwalk will have five pairs of covered travellators "to make the journey a breeze" and be "lined with retail and food and beverage outlets".
It will also feature "five different themed gardens, from mangrove, rock garden, terrain and hill, coastal flora and rainforest."

Work on this $70-million structure is expected to be completed in Nov 10. [Update in Oct 10: work has been extended to Jan 2011, see details below]

Construction of Sentosa Boardwalk
from Port Marine Notice No. 37 of 2010 dated 12 Apr 10

This is a revision of Port Marine Notice 164 of 2009. The working period and working area have been extended.

With effect from 13 Apr 2010 to 12 Oct 2010. 24 hours daily including Sundays and Public Holidays. At Cruise Bay off Sentosa, (see attached plan) :-
The work entails the piling and construction of a crash barrier and boardwalk. Flat top barges will be used for the transportation of equipment. A safety boat will be deployed to warn craft to keep clear of the working area.

Further general enquiries relating to the project can be directed to Mr John Adams, the Project Manager at Tel: 9725 8011 (email:john.adams@gammonconstruction.com).

Construction of Sentosa Boardwalk
from Port Marine Notice No. 127 of 2010 dated 5 Oct 2010

This is a revision of PMN No. 37 of 2010. The working period has been revised.

With effect from 13 Oct 2010 to 31 Jan 2011. 24 hours daily including Sundays and Public Holidays. At Cruise Bay off Sentosa (see attached chartlet):
The construction work will entail piling and construction of a crash barrier and boardwalk. Flat top barges will be used for the transportation of equipment. A safety boat will be deployed in the vicinity to warn other craft of the project work. Further general enquiries relating to the project can be directed to Mr John Adams, the project manager at Tel: 9725 8011 (email: john.adams@gammonconstruction.com).

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