Gali Batu Depot is a 21-hectare at-grade depot located along Woodlands Road, stretching from the junction of Kranji Expressway to Kwong Hou Sua Teochew Cemetery opposite Sungei Kadut Avenue. It is situated at the north end of the 16.6km Downtown Line Stage 2.
This new depot will house the Operation Control Centre and provide stabling, maintenance, operations and support facilities for Downtown Line Stages 1 and 2.
The scope of works under System Assurance (SA) and Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) was awarded to BMT by a joint venture comprising GS Engineering and Construction Corporation of Korea and Hock Lian Seng Infrastructure Pte Ltd of Singapore.
BMT conducted a series of system safety activities and an electromagnetic interference assessment to identify and analyse related hazards, suggested safeguards for mitigation, and monitored the progress of the mitigation throughout the project lifecycle.
We integrated our work with the processes of design, manufacturing & procurement, testing and commissioning (T&C), trial running, defect liability period (DLP) of the electrical and mechanical (E&M) services with respect to C911 specification requirements.
BMT’s experienced team provided the following deliverables to the customer:
Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link owned by the State Railway of Thailand is an express and commuter rail in Bangkok, Thailand, connecting the airport to BTS skytrain at Phayathai station. The Automatic Fare Collection (AFC) System is a ticketing system for ARL. The AFC scope of works under System Assurance (SA) was awarded to BMT by Thales Transport & Security (Hong Kong) Ltd.
BMT's objective was to aid the client in putting in place a HSSE management system based on scientific principles, as welll as discourage variant HSSE practices across the companies managed by the corporation.
A modular floating platform, currently the world's largest floating stage (2018) was constructed and moored at site in Marina Basin in Singapore. The multi-purpose structure has been the site for important cultural events since 2007, bringing a marine solution to land-based challenges.
A floating platform of dimensions 200m x 19.2m was constructed and moored at site in Semakau Landfill, Singapore. The floating platform is planned to be used for dumping incinerated ash at the Semakau landfill.