The Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort is Singapore’s latest landmark and a premier entertainment destination. The project features three hotel towers, a sky park, extensive convention, exhibition and entertainment facilities, a casino and shopping and dining outlets. The project includes two state-of-the-art theatres with around 4,000 seats, and the ArtScience Museum that has a unique roof designed to channel rainwater through the central atrium of the building as a waterfall.
Cutting-edge sustainability for a Singapore landmark
Our team was responsible for the overall design, coordination and site supervision of all MEP systems. This included a number of cutting-edge sustainable and energy-efficient systems, such as a district cooling system, heat recovery from exhaust air, air purification and rainwater collection for non-potable use as well as life-safety and smoke control systems.
The project was completed in four years, from preliminary design to opening. We supported this fast-track program by working in partnership with the owners, architects, structural engineers and contractors to deal with changes and provide solutions as needed, thereby minimising delays. In addition, we successfully initiated early planning and close liaison with utility companies and government departments.