Dragages Singapore received the award of contract in October from the Government agency (BCA – Building and Construction Authority) to design and build an iconic training facility. A wide array of the latest innovations will be adopted, like Mass Engineering Timber (MET), Advanced Precast Concrete System (including PPVC – Prefabricated Prefinished Volumetric Construction), Zero Energy Building (ZEB), Super Low Energy Building (SLEB), and Passive Displacement Ventilation (PDV).
Being a pioneer in innovative construction, Dragages Singapore first adopted PPVC in the Crowne Plaza Changi Airport hotel extension (CPEX) (2014 -2016) – a FIRST in Singapore’s private sector projects. This construction method is an exemplary of sustainable construction with significant improvement to productivity while keeping environmental impact to the minimum. Riding on the success of CPEX, PPVC was then applied to Woodlands Care Home (2016-2017), The Clement Canopy (2016), Woodleigh Lane (2017), Serangoon North Avenue 1 (2018), and Perumal Road Project (2018). This new addition will further strengthen Dragages Singapore’s leading position in sustainable construction.
- Contract value: SGD 79 million
- GFA: 21,800 sqm
- One 7-storey building
- One 16-storey building
- One semi-basement with 110 car park lots
This is a great achievement which will strengthen our long relationship with BCA, and strengthen our capabilities to innovate and remain market leader for highly technical landmark projects.