The facilities at the Slop Reception Centre at Pulau Sebarok, Singapore has existed for several years and Singaport Cleanseas had the intention of upgrading existing facilities, including:
BMT delivered the conceptual design review and project management for the proposed construction of new tanks and associated facilities at the existing slop reception centre, as well as the study on the potential upgrading/expansion of the existing barge pier to cater for larger vessels.
The completed new jetty will allow two vessels of up to 2000 DWT to berth at the same time. In the event a larger vessel of up to 30,000 DWT berths at Berth No. 2, no other vessel will be permitted at the jetty.
The development of the offshore structure were sequenced into two phases:
Phase 1: Construction of an additional jetty for vessels size up to 2,000 dwt and the fire pump platform towards the west of the existing barge pier.
Phase 2 : Commissioning of the new jetty for operation and stop the operation at the existing barge pier for upgrading to cater to vessel size up to 10,000 dwt.
BMT was appointed by Vopak Yang Pu, Hainan Storage Terminal to provide consultancy services on all matters relating to the marine facilities for the terminal development.
BMT was appointed to deliver the complete engineering design and project management consultancy services for four jetties of Van Phong Bonded Petroleum Terminal in Vietnam.
BMT was appointed to prepare the layout of two jetties at its Petroleum Storage Terminal at Banyan Basin, Singapore.
BMT delivered engineering review and project management of the jetty for Vopak Zhangjiagang Terminal in China, during its early development phase.