Client: SML Shipyard
A modular floating platform - currently the world's largest floating stage (2018) - was constructed and moored ti site in Marina Basin in Singapore. The multi-purpose structure has been the site for important cultural events since 2007, bringing vibrancy to Singapore's waterfront.
Known at The Float@Marina bay, the floating platform is a safe, flexible and efficient marine solution to land-based challenges such as land scarcity and construction distruption
BMT was commissioned by SML Shipyard Pte Ltd to support them in the competitive tender participation, design work of the Floating Platform, participate in design review with the client, as well as testing and acceptance support work.
This project was a fast track project with design, construction and installation of the Floating Platform being completed in 13 months.
The scope of work includes:
Subsequently BMT was appointed by SML Shipyard to;
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