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Engineering for the Future


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Chairman’s Message 02

CEO’s Message 03

Timeline from 1955 05

Our Global Network 06

Extensive Capabilities 07

A Holistic Approach to Engineering

Leaders of Engineering Possibilities 09 11

Engineering Our Collective Future

A Collective Journey with Singapore 13 15

Bridges & Highways

Aviation 19 23

Civil & Infrastructure

Business, Technology Parks & Smart Cities 27

Defence

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Economic & Feasibility Studies

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Education

Hospitality

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Environmental Engineering

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Healthcare


Ports & Marine

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Pharmaceutical 91

Office Buildings 75

Metros & Railways High Rise Buildings 61 59 57 53

Industrial & Manufacturing

Oil & Gas

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Mission Critical

Power & Energy

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Mixed-use

Project Management

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Master Planning & Infrastructure Design

Logistics

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Public & Government Buildings

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Residential

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Retail Malls Sports Facilities

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Water & Wastewater

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ENGINEERING GLOBAL EXCELLENCE “Meinhardt’s sustained industry leadership over the decades is a result of our strong commitment to innovate and excel. In the years ahead, the same manifesto will empower us to scale greater heights.”

Standing as one of the largest global engineering companies with more than 40 offices and over 4000 staff around the globe, Meinhardt continues to stay true to the roots of our beginning – engineering. Our unwavering dedication to delivering engineering solutions that are highly innovative, yet tailored and relevant to our customers each and every time drives our purpose. At Meinhardt, we align our objectives with that of our clients’.

Resultantly, we continue to produce commercially successful projects with the best outcome for our clients – cost savings as well as higher quality projects within shorter time frames. Underpinning the quality of our engineering solutions is our strong global network fuelled by distinctively superior customised processes and a highly talented and multi-disciplinary team. The employment of innovative technology platforms such

as parametric modelling and Building Information Modelling further enhance our competitive edge. While we celebrate a significant corporate milestone – our 40th anniversary in Singapore, we continue to be prepared for the possibilities brought about by tomorrow’s technology and engineering developments. In a technology driven profession, we are ready and geared to engineer for the future.

Dr S. Nasim Executive Group Chairman Meinhardt Group

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Leading engineering solutions “We have learnt through our 40 years, that an unwavering focus on clients, engineering and our engineers has given us a unique edge in the industry, putting Meinhardt in a global leading position.“

Since our humble start in Melbourne, Australia in 1955, Meinhardt has now been in Singapore for 40 years. Our wealth of experience and growing achievements reinforce our position as a leading global engineering company. At the same time, through staying true to our values, we propel our progress even in times of recession by: • Investing and empowering our people; • Focusing on and cultivating long-term relationships with every client; • Understanding our clients’ requirements and tailoring solutions to meet and exceed their quality, cost and time expectations; • Embracing new technologies and constantly innovating – we pioneered many engineering feats and made the impossible achievable;

• Foresight – identifying and entering new markets and sectors early; and • Never compromising on integrity and ethics. Engineering is Our Business Meinhardt is a multi-disciplinary engineering company since inception and we cover a full range of infrastructure and building sectors since our early days. Reputation Speaks for Itself Meinhardt is a leading player in every market we operate in. By enforcing best practices and deploying right talents and technologies while investing in developing local people and understanding local cultures, we grow almost entirely organically. Proving ourselves to our clients has made our growth sustainable

and real. We keep our offices running and deliver on our commitment to our clients. Adopting a hands-on leadership and management style, we remain rooted to our core as engineers and stay focused on what we do best. Going Forward Looking ahead, we are unwavering in upholding our values and principles as we continue to strengthen our presence in existing markets and expand to new markets such as Africa and the Americas – readying for a global listing in the next few years.

Omar Shahzad Group CEO Meinhardt Group

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Timeline from 1955

1974 Expanded into Singapore Meinhardt (Singapore) is one of the leading international consultancies in Singapore. We combine a ‘one-stopshop’ approach with a can-do attitude towards our work. Expanded into Hong Kong

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Expanded into Indonesia Aviation business commenced

Façade Technology commenced

Founded by William L. Meinhardt in Melbourne, Australia

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1 Exhibition Building, Australia 2 Coca Cola, Australia

1 Glaxochem Pharmaceutical Plant, Singapore

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1 Bugis Junction, Singapore

2 Centrepoint, Singapore

2 Ayer Rajah Expressway, Singapore

3 Parklane, Singapore

3 OUB Centre, Singapore


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MBO Opened Kuwait and Oman Offices

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Expanded into UK

Meinhardt Group acquired Eigen, India Opened Seoul and Tianjin Offices

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Opened US Office

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Opened Turkey Office

Opened Shanghai, Beijing and India Offices

Expanded into Pakistan

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Expanded into Malaysia

Opened Dubai Office

Meinhardt Infrastructure & Environment commenced

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Opened Abu Dhabi, Cambodia, Egypt and Algeria Offices

Meinhardt Hong Kong acquired Mouchel Parkman Asia Ltd.

Reopened New York Office

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Expanded into Thailand

Opened Myanmar Office

Expanded into the Middle East

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Opened Shenzhen Office

Expanded into the Philippines

Opened Offices in Saudi Arabia and Libya

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Opened Bahrain Office

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1 Pontiac Marina, Singapore 2 One Raffles Quay, Singapore

2 HarbourFront Interchange, Singapore 3 Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore

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1 Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore 2 Sengkang Integrated Regional Hospital, Community Hospital and Specialist Outpatient Clinics, Singapore

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Our Global Network

Asia

USA New York City

Bangkok

Kuala Lumpur

Algiers

Beijing

Lahore

Cairo

Chennai

Macau

Danang

Manila

Gurgaon

Muzaffarabad

Hanoi

Noida

Ho Chi Minh City

Phnom Penh

Hong Kong

Peshawar

Islamabad

Shanghai

Jakarta

Shenzhen

Johor Bahru

Singapore

Karachi

Tianjin Yangon

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Africa

Australia Adelaide Brisbane Gold Coast Melbourne Perth Sydney

Europe Istanbul London

Middle East & North Africa (MENA) Abu Dhabi Doha Dubai Kuwait City Manama Muscat Riyadh


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EXTENSIVE CAPABILITIES

Buildings

• Arts and Culture • Commercial Offices • Convention Centres • Hotels and Leisure

Infrastructure

• Environmental Management

• Energy Generation and Distribution

• Mixed-use Developments

• Waste Management

• Parking Structures

• Water and Wastewater

• Residential • Retail / Shopping Malls • Sports Facilities / Stadia

Civic

Information Technology, Research and Communications

Offices worldwide

Industrial and Manufacturing

Transportation

• Aviation / Airports

• Distribution Centres

• Bridges

• Industrial

• Highways

• Pharmaceutical

• Ports

• Petrochemical

• Railways / Metros • Tunnels

Sustainability

• Energy Audits and Conservation

• Green Buildings and Architecture

Urban Land Development

• Built Environment

• Conservation and Restoration

• Defence

• Data Centres

• Urban Regeneration

• Educational

• Life Sciences and Biotech

• Urban Infrastructure

• Healthcare / Hospitals

• Power Systems

• Public

• Telecommunications

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LEADERS OF ENGINEERING POSSIBILITIES Our people are at the heart of our success – past, present and future.

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4000+ Professionals

In the dynamic world today, we recognise that while it is important to have talented individuals in our team, our decisive advantage lies in our ability to harness our people’s potential. Coupled with the conducive environment that promotes teamwork, we are poised to advance the industry standard – leading the way into the future.

Trained in diverse disciplines, our people are ever ready to deliver value-added engineering solutions across a broad spectrum of disciplines for projects of varying complexity and scopes. Our engineers’ versatility stems from an innovative and forwardlooking work culture that permeates through the organisation across the world. Their unwavering commitment to excellence is inspired by a common aspiration – to engineer tomorrow’s solutions.

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A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO ENGINEERING Our approach to engineering is to dispense with conventional thinking and constantly push boundaries to deliver bespoke, innovative and often pioneering engineering solutions. Through this unconventional approach, we have built a long and distinguished history of pioneering technological benchmarks and delivering engineering excellence that has benefitted not only our clients but also the broader construction industry.

An Integrated Approach We provide comprehensive services across a multitude of engineering disciplines. The lack of interdisciplinary co-ordination is often a cause for project delays, cost overruns and claims. Hence, we proactively prevent this by adopting a structured design approach that incorporates building services, faรงade engineering and other key design components as inherent parts of our design philosophy. This strategy synergises the services from various disciplines and delivers superior value by providing fully coordinated and compatible solutions which enable efficiencies and savings to be achieved, performance to be enhanced and informed decisions to be made by all stakeholders. Design Phase Management We recognise our people play a key

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role in delivering the projects. They impact the quality and commercial outcome of projects. Therefore, we carefully assemble a team of professionals, who are best suited for the size, complexity and delivery expectations, for each project. We identify the Concept and Schematic Design Stages to be the most crucial phases in controlling the project cost, design optimisation and constructability. That is why we dedicate our best people to handle these critical design phases to ensure that the most innovative, cost-effective and sustainable solutions are provided for our projects. Meinhardt maintains a Group Design Team comprising experts from each discipline. The Group Design Team does not own projects, it provides front-end engineering input, which

includes a concept, an optimised system and an operating model with key design parameters, for each project. Subsequently, these become the basis for further detailed design by the nominated team. This approach enables us to provide optimised design for each of our projects. Proprietary Technology In a world characterised by rapidly changing technologies, Meinhardt remains committed to delivering bespoke engineering solutions that provide our clients with safe, cost-effective and sustainable engineering outcomes. This is achieved through the extensive use of our self-developed state-of-the art computational design processes involving building information modelling, digital design platforms, parametric modelling, computational fluid dynamic simulations


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Groundbreaking Meinhardt solutions 1 Strut-Free Multicellular ‘Peanut’ Retention System and Parallel Coupled Outrigger Wall framing for the unprecedented slenderness of The Sail @ Marina Bay, Singapore 2 Pioneering use of Automatic Tunnel Monitoring System for Bugis Junction Excavation, Singapore – now specified in Singapore’s Railway Protection Code

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3 Developed unbraced pre-tensioned glass walls with integrated remote monitoring system for Oxford House, Hong Kong 5

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and customised scripting, and optimisation tools.

an integrated design approach and customised optimisation strategies.

Additionally, these customised tools that are built upon off-theshelf solutions improve our internal efficiency, provide new means for design communication and facilitate more collaborative design solutions. As a consequence, the design team benefits from accelerated design studies by leveraging our global expertise. Our clients also concurrently benefit from cost-savings that result from

Our Attitude towards Servicing Clients We see our clients as our business partners. It is our mission to work in synergy with them to ensure they meet their business objectives, because when they win, we win. Beyond offering cutting-edge design technology and fully integrated solutions, we are mindful of keeping an open mind to embrace the changing needs of

4 Use of the Central Core-Box as a Transfer Structure above existing subway tunnels for the 50-storey north tower of One Raffles Quay, Singapore 5 Canopy Cooling System for the outdoor areas of the Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore 6 Deep Cement Mixed Island Excavation Method and Hybrid Precast-Slab and Banded PT Floors for the Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore

our clients. Through ensuring a clear understanding of the project deliverables and milestones, we are not only able to propose optimal solutions that fit the needs of our clients, we can also work synergistically with them – meeting their timeline and budgets. It is our priority to maintain a highly professional, yet personal relationship with our clients. This supports our business strategy of repeat business based on long-term relationship and performance.

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ENGINEERING OUR COLLECTIVE FUTURE As we deliver solutions for the world today, our sights are focused on possibilities for tomorrow.

Maintaining a forward-looking approach, we are ever ready to engineer a brighter future. Six decades and counting, we strive to not only embrace the changing times, but also leverage our growing strength to develop unique and real solutions to global challenges. We stay committed to engineer our collective future. Security In the fast evolving world of today, business security remains to be of utmost importance. Determined to give our customers that extra peace of mind, Meinhardt endeavours to develop design solutions that fully integrate architecture, functionality and engineering systems to meet changing business safety needs. The result is a quality product offering that fully encompasses a business’ concept, strategy and implementation 11

stages. Coupled with our diverse expertise and global reach, we are confident of finding solutions that are tailored to suit varying project needs, as well as geographical and geopolitical risk profiles. Carbon Footprint Reducing carbon footprint remains at the core of Meinhardt’s future direction. Apart from closely monitoring carbon emissions and taking necessary steps to minimise carbon emissions, we also actively value-add to engineering projects that we undertake through conducting full life cycle assessments from embodied energy content – construction, operation, maintenance and end of life disposal. Concurrently, we adopt a proactive approach towards actualising various commercially and operationally sustainable design solutions that

minimise our carbon footprint, protecting the environments in which we work, live and play. IT/Technology Integrating smart technology and information technology into our engineering system designs, Meinhardt strives to create synergies between energy efficiency, comfort, safety and security. To achieve this, we provide design solutions that not only improve a building’s performance and sustainability, but also harness possibilities brought about by technology. This is done through integrating multiple IT backbones to manage building control, building management, energy metering, audiovisual and security systems. In summary, our building projects are designed to be


future-ready, with optimised real estate investment is optimised. Keeping abreast of technology, Meinhardt pioneers the use of artificial intelligence in air conditioning, power and lighting control systems – optimising resources by ensuring that energy is expended proportionately to the occupancy and activity levels of the building. Ultimately, energy savings of over 30% are achieved as compared to conventional solutions – in line with our goal of creating greener communities. Smart Cities Smart cities are becoming a way of the future, founded on key pillars bringing together human and social capital, mobility and communication infrastructure into a symbiotic relationship on

a common platform to fuel a sustainable economic development and high quality of living. Central to this development is the use of technology in the planning and engineering of urban landscapes, to give rise to smart cities. At the forefront of planning and understanding such smart cities, Meinhardt provides advice and solutions pertaining to the development and implementation of governance structures, as well as the incorporation of technologybased solutions in the planning and designing of smart cities. Armed with extensive industry experience of the markets that we operate in, we are able to apply our knowledge across geographical boundaries, addressing differing aspirations of our clients and communities,

future-proofing their specific requirements for a smart city. Energy Societies depend on continuous access to energy in order to function and thrive. Interruptions in energy flow can result in unwanted consequences, causing disruptions for producers and consumers alike. With the firm belief that this presents an area of potential and sustained growth, in particular – demand reduction and renewable energy production, Meinhardt has begun investing in this vital sector of energy production and distribution. This undertaking is congruent with our activities in other sectors, including industrial engineering, infrastructure and the implementation of smart cities. 12


A COLLECTIVE JOURNEY WITH SINGAPORE In the 40 years we have been in Singapore, we contributed to the growth and modernisation of the city – from the distinctive skyline to the modern infrastructure that the city is well-known for.

One Shenton Marina Bay Financial Centre Asia Square Towers

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The Sail @ Marina Bay


Singapore’s Comprehensive Infrastructure Network We have been integral to the development of transportation, sanitary and entertainment infrastructures that Singaporeans are familiar with.

OUE Bayfront

One Raffles Place (OUB Centre)

The Skyline of Singapore We are proud to have taken part in the development of iconic buildings that are well associated with the Singapore brand.

HSBC Building

One Raffles Quay

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Aviation Aviation projects require complex engineering solutions to suit ongoing operational, technical and technology developments. Some of the key elements and challenges faced by airports today include large volume, column free spaces, adaptive indoor environmental system solutions that cater to fluctuating passenger traffic, sophisticated IT and communication systems for instrumentation, control

and travel information support, as well as critical security system solutions including passenger and baggage screenings. Meinhardt offers a solid delivery base across the full spectrum of the aviation industry. Our in-house specialist teams are equipped with significant experience gained from major airport projects worldwide, and provide fully

encompassing and integrated technical delivery. These include all airside and landside civil components such as runways, taxiways, aircraft parking positions and elevated roadways. We have also delivered a large variety of aircraft maintenance hangers including light maintenance, heavy maintenance, painting and engine test facilities.

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2 HAECO Hangars, Chek Lap Kok, Lantau, Hong Kong

New International Airport designed to handle 12 million passengers annually.

Three bay maintenance hangar to accommodate three wide body aircraft and a fully covered nose-in aircraft.

Client: Bechtel & Bahwan Engineering Completion: 2014 MEP Engineering and Lighting Design

Client: Hong Kong Aircraft Engineering Co Ltd Completion: 1999, 2007, 2010 Project Management, Infrastructure, Airport Planning, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, MEP Engineering

4 Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3, Manila, Philippines

5 Virgin Aircraft Maintenance Facilities London Heathrow, UK

International Airport Terminal Building comprising five 3-storey concourse blocks, a 5-storey head house and a 4-storey parking, with a total built up area of 360,000 square metres.

Maintenance hangar to suit full aircraft fleet mixes with the capability for future expansion.

Client: Tanenaka Corporation Completion: 2003 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

3 Restructuring and Modernisation of Delhi and Mumbai Airports, India Global Technical Advisor to the Ministry of Civil Aviation in carrying out the first Procurement Private Partnership (PPP) Project for the New Delhi and Mumbai Airports. Client: Airport Authority of India Completion: 2005 (Global Technical Advisory); 2010 (New Delhi New International Terminal) Aviation, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering and Faรงade Engineering

Client: Virgin Atlantic Airways/ BAA Completion: 2002 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering, Architectural, Specialist Equipment, Environmental , Feasibility Study/ Business Needs Case, Construction Phase Quality Control and Design Management

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6 Larnaca & Pafos International Airport, Cyprus Two terminals designed to cater for future aircraft types up to B747-400 and the growth of low cost airline operations expected at each airport with all airside and landside facilities. Client: Bouygues International for Hermes Completion: 2009 Civil and Structural Engineering

7 Sydney 3rd Runway, Australia Development of a new runway includes major reclamation in Botany Bay, construction of 2,400 metres IFR runway, parallel taxiway system and taxiway bridge structures. Client: Sydney Airport Completion: 1995 Principal Engineering Consultant

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Thermal Energy Network & Tri-Generation.

Airport planning and design for B767 runway in 30 metres deep water. Winner of ACEA Engineering Excellence Award.

Client: Melbourne Airport Completion: 2013 Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering and ESD Engineering

Client: Hamilton Island Enterprises and Ansett Airlines Completion: 1990 Project Management, Airport Planning & Design

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Location: Singapore Client: Changi Airport Group (CAG) Architect: Woodhead & Architects 61 Contractor: Takenaka Corporation Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical & Façade Consultants: Meinhardt

Changi Airport Terminal 1 Upgrading Completely refurbished and remodelled at a cost in excess of S$500 million, the newly upgraded and expanded Terminal 1 of the iconic Changi Airport arena now features a warmer and more relaxed ambience to welcome its 24 million passengers each year. The upgrading design was based on the ‘Tropical City’ theme, with improvements made to the terminal façade and airport facilities to enhance the overall experience of passengers at Changi Airport.

louvres control, as well as an iconic 204-metre long canopy at the departure kerbside count amongst the new features at Changi Airport. Natural lighting was also a key element in the upgrading works, with taller and unobstructed glazed walls incorporated into the architectural design, a sky roof, and a 12-metre high glass façade. Open spaces were emphasised with the higher-glazed glass walls. In addition, the 35-metre airside extension of the terminal provides a good, clear view of the aircrafts and runways.

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Bridges & Highways Central to the development of any city is the network of bridges and highways which drive the pulse of a city and keep it moving. For highways design, the challenges include planning the optimum alignment, traffic forecast and modelling and dealing with varying

1 Ayer Rajah Expressway Phase IIA, IIB, IIC and IID, Singapore

growth conditions to select the most appropriate pavement. Similarly for bridges, careful planning and placement of piers, abutments and the design of most efficient bridge deck whether post-tensioned beams, box girders or cable stayed are the key considerations.

Utilising our expertise in civil engineering, we have designed and supervised numerous highways and bridges, with technically innovative solutions, that have eased congestions during and after construction, and also bridged the distances between places and communities.

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Turnkey design for Ayer Rajah Expressway includes flyovers with two independent carriageways. Client: Public Work Department (PWD) Completion: 1988 Principal Engineering Consultant

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2 Marina Coastal Expressway (MCE), Singapore Contract 485 and 487 includes a 1.4 kilometres of dual-carriageway twincell box vehicular tunnel of which 420 metres are below the Marina Bay Crossing. Client: Land Transport Authority Completion: 2013 Qualified Person (Supervision) Services, Engineering Review and Advisory Services

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3 Marina Bayfront Bridge, Singapore Pedestrian and vehicular bridge which span across the Singapore River linking the Bayfront area and the integrated resort. Client: Urban Redevelopment Authority Completion: 2009 Accredited Checking

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4 Oxley Rise Flyover, Singapore 7-span 3-lane flyover forming a part of Central Expressway. Client: Public Work Department (PWD) Completion: 1990 Principal Engineering Consultant

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5 Clemenceau Bridge, Singapore 3-span 8-lane bridge and underpass forming a part of Central Expressway Project. Client: Public Work Department (PWD) Completion: 1990 Principal Engineering Consultant

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6 Liantang / Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point Site Formation and Infrastructure Works – Contract 3, Hong Kong Interchange with four link roads. Meinhardt’s innovative alternative designs of the viaducts provided significant savings especially in foundations. Client: Chun Wo Construction & Engineering Co. Ltd. Completion: 2018 Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering, Traffic, Water & Environment

7 Hanoi – Hai Phong Expressway, Vietnam 105.5 kilometres expressway connecting Hanoi and Hai Phong. Client: Vietnam Infrastructure Development and Finance Investment Joint Stock Company (VIDIFI) Completion: 2012 Construction Supervision

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8 Phu My Bridge, Vietnam Interconnecting bridge at a total length of 10.3 kilometres. Client: Phu My Bridge B.O.T Joint Stock Company Completion: 2009 Project Management and Construction Supervision

9 Third National Highways, India Construction supervision and design review for 115 kilometres of highways. Client: National Highways Authority of India Completion: 2004 Civil and Structural Engineering

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Business, Technology Parks & Smart Cities

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The worldwide trend of increased urbanisation demands further developments in planning of large scale communities. The expectation for technologically sophisticated, dynamic, efficient but at the same time practical, secure and inviting urban centres gives rise to the Smart City concept. The teams at Meinhardt have the knowledge and expertise to be involved from the early stages in the planning, evaluation and design of

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Smart Cities. We utilise integrated IT/Communication platforms with the capability for high level interface with the various urban systems. We provide detailed urban planning supported by infrastructure master plan, large scale energy plants and distribution system using the latest developments in green technology and smart grid design. Our teams carefully evaluate symbiotic relationships between the various urban activities to assess

and capitalise recycling, waste to energy and other environmentally sustainable opportunities. We design high technology IT infrastructure to provide wide ranging opportunities for interconnectivity between the various urban activities including finance, education, health, research, manufacturing, transport and entertainment. We also provide high technology/non-intrusive security design including concept and methodology as well as detailed implementation.


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1 Mediapolis @ One North, Singapore

2 Zhongguancun West, Beijing Science and Technology Park, China

12-storey Media Complex comprising theatres, studios and other media facilities with four levels of basement.

In collaboration with Kohn Pederson Fox Associates, Meinhardt was the MEP engineer for the Zhongguancun West development which consists of an office tower, office podium and an exhibition bridge structure. Total floor area of 95,000 square metres.

Client: Kajima + Tiong Seng JV Completion: 2014 Value Engineering (Structural) and ERSS

Client: Beijing Science Park Development Co Ltd Completion: 2008

3 Fusionopolis 5, Singapore 17-storey building providing quality business space, a 5-storey office block featuring the “Work Office Home Office�, and retail space. Total floor area of 67,490 square metres. Client: Ascendas Completion: 2016 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical Engineering

Structural, MEP Engineering 4 Teletech Park, Singapore High-tech telecommunication facility with a total built up area of 140,000 square metres. Client: Singapore Telecommunications Limited and Arcasia Land Pte Ltd Completion: 1996 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical Engineering

5 IT / IA Enabled Technology Park, Chennai Technology park with 165,000 square metres of floor space. Client: Ascendas (India) Pvt Limited and Tamil Nadu Industrial Completion: 2006 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical Engineering

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6 Biopolis, Singapore Alternative superstructure design for 9-storey Bioinformatics Institute and Bioprocessing Technology Centre and alternative foundation design for 12-storey building for private research institute / companies. Client: Samsung Corporation Completion: 2004 Structural Engineer for Design and Build Contractor

7 The Gemini, Singapore 4-storey research and development complex at Science Park II. Client: Arcasia Land Pte Ltd Completion: 1998 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical Engineering

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8 1A International Business Park, Singapore 13-storey business park building with a basement carpark located at International Business Park. Winner of BCA Green Mark Gold Award, 2009. 8

Client: Eurochem Corporation Pte Ltd Completion: 2009 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical Engineering

9 Hong Kong Science Park Phase 2, Hong Kong World-class research centre consists of 10 seven-storey buildings, including energy towers, research and development offices, laboratory buildings, oval-shaped auditorium, an amphitheatre, a services tunnel, link bridges, a swimming pool and a musical water fountain. Client: Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation Completion: 2008 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, MEP Engineering & Faรงade

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Civil & Infrastructure With the ever increasing population and migration to cities, both new and existing cities/townships require careful planning, design and implementation of the infrastructure projects. This includes all facets of civil and MEP infrastructure,

including roads and bridges, water supply and sanitation systems, transportation, power, gas, industrial parks to ports and marine facilities.

engineering and the experience of designing numerous such projects internationally, Meinhardt is at the forefront of planning and designing the entire infrastructure for projects of any size.

Well-known for its technical expertise in infrastructure

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1 Deep Tunnel Sewerage System, Ang Mo Kio and Queensway Tunnels, Singapore Ang Mo Kio Tunnel comprises a 7.2 kilometres long deep tunnel sewerage system with a 30-40 metres deep bored tunnel of 4.3 metres internal diameter. Queensway Tunnel comprises a 9.7 kilometres long deep tunnel sewerage system with a 30-45 metres deep bored tunnel of 3.3 metres internal diameter. Client: Samsung Corporation (Ang Mo Kio Tunnel) & Zublin (Queensway Tunnel) Completion: 2005 Principal Engineering Consultant

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2 Castle Peak A&B Power Stations Reclamation and Jetty, Hong Kong Design and construction of the reclamations and seawalls for Asia’s largest coal fired power station complex. Client: Castle Peak Power Station Company (Capco) Completion: 1986 Civil, Infrastructure & Environmental Engineering

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3 Penang Third Link Undersea Tunnel, Malaysia The mega infrastructure project consists of a 6.5 kilometres undersea tunnel, a 8.8 kilometres bypass and a 12 kilometres road connecting Penang and Butterworth. Client: Confidential Completion: 2016 Civil & Infrastructure Engineering

4 Jurong Rock Cavern, Singapore Southeast Asia’s first underground rock cavern for oil storage located more than 100 metres below Jurong Island’s Banyan Basin. The cavern is up to 27 metres high - equivalent to a 9-storey building. The project comprises 8 kilometres of tunnels and five caverns housing a total of nine storage galleries. Client: JTC Corporation Completion: 2014

5 Kennedy Town Station and Overrun Tunnel, West Island Line, Hong Kong Meinhardt was the lead consultant of the new Kennedy Town Station and Overrun Tunnels, with significant re-provisioning and associated ground-level facilities. Client: MTR Corporation Ltd Completion: 2013 Project Management, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, and MEP Engineering

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Defence The defence sector covers a wide range of projects from building to testing, manufacturing and maintenance of facilities. Standardisation, reliability, interchangeability, and the use of latest technology solutions are significant for defence type projects, backed by rigorous quality requirements. Time

constraints and programme criticality, together with the need for strict budget compliance are some of the challenges faced by our design teams. Meeting these challenges, Meinhardt has successfully delivered a variety of defence projects and made strong

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1 Victorian Air Wing and Air Ambulance Facility Essendon Airport, Victoria, Australia Two steel frame hangar to house and service aircrafts. The facility also houses flight control, workshops and training simulators. Client: Victoria Police Air Wing / Metropolitan Ambulance Service Completion: 2009 Civil and Structural Engineering

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use of in-house design and project management processes, along with a strict application of quality control procedures. We understand key drivers in relation to the design process and have dedicated technical experts and management teams to service this highly specialised sector.


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2 Defence & Medical Research Centre, Singapore 14-storey Defence & Medical Research Centre with three levels of basement was designed for high imposed loadings offering full flexibility for M&E services and reconfiguration of the labs with very stringent vibration requirements. Client: Defence Science & Technology Agency (DSTA), Singapore Completion: 2003 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical Engineering

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3 Naval Berths 5-14 at Naval Dockyard, Karachi, Pakistan Rehabilitation and refurbishment of 900 metres Naval Berths at Pakistan Naval Dockyard, Karachi. Client: Director Works & Chief Engineer (Navy), Islamabad Completion: 2000 Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering

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4 Hush House for SAF, Singapore Meinhardt-Airplan provided integrated engineering services for the turnkey contract for SAF’s engine testing facility. The test chamber comprises a 3-pinned prestressed concrete arch structure with 20 metres clear span. The design incorporates a highly sophisticated sound suppression exhaust and fire protection system. Client: Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) Completion: 1988 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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Economic & Feasibility Studies At the start of any major project undertaking, it is imperative that our clients understand the technical and economic feasibility of their projects to ensure that the projects will deliver the expected financial returns. At Meinhardt, our experts understand projects from inception to handover.

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1 District Cooling System at Pontiac Marina, Singapore Feasibility Study for DCS plant serving a four million square feet mixed-use development. Client: Pontiac Land Pte Ltd Completion: 1995

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A key component in the business case development process is to understand our clients’ needs and provide technical and commercial advice. We provide our clients detailed economics and feasibility study reports to empower them to make well-informed and objective financial decisions on their projects during the early development stages.

Recognising the consequences and impact of these reports, we actively invest our professional expertise and experience, as well as develop empirical models that facilitate accurate analysis.


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2 Restructuring and Modernisation of Delhi and Mumbai Airports, India Global Technical Advisor to the Ministry of Civil Aviation in carrying out the first Procurement Private Partnership (PPP) Project for the New Delhi and Mumbai Airports. Responsible for setting the entire technical framework, evaluation criteria and recommendation for the selection of the successful bidders.

3 Ravi River, Lahore, Pakistan Economic, Legal and Technical Advisory on Strategic Development Plan for a 50,000 hectares Riverfront Urban Development which includes developing public infrastructure, land development and identifying the investment prospects.

4 Larnaca & Pafos International Airport, Cyprus Technical advisory during the BuildOperate-Transfer (BOT) Consortium bid. Client: Bouygues International for Hermes Completion: 2005

Client: Lahore Development Authority (LDA), Pakistan Completion: 2015

Client: Airport Authority of India Completion: 2005

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Education Provision of facilities and an environment that promotes learning and creativity is at the heart of progress in any society. Meinhardt, being a multi-disciplinary company, is able to balance the requirements of functionality,

sustainability and learning environment of educational facilities – creating customised solutions for any educational institution from kindergartens, public and private schools and universities, to medical schools, IT training institutes and technology centres.

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1 Republic Polytechnic, Singapore Comprising eight blocks of Learning Hubs, three blocks of Study Clusters, Staff & Admin Building, Energy Centre, Sports Hall, Centre of Cultural & Communications Centre Auditorium and Staff Housing. Total floor area of 240,000 square metres. Winner of 2010, President Design Awards and 2006 BCA Green Mark Platinum Award. Client: Republic Polytechnic Completion: 2006 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and Façade Engineering

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2 School of Law, Singapore Management University, Singapore Dedicated teaching, faculty and administrative facilities for SMU’s School of Law including a 1,400-seat auditorium. The building has been designed to meet BCA’s Green Mark Platinum standards. Total floor area of 22,000 square metres. Client: Singapore Management University Completion: 2016 Civil, Structural and Geotechinical Engineering

3 Republic Polytechnic Expansion Project, Singapore Expansion of Republic Polytechnic including Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). Total floor area of 20,000 square metres. Client: Republic Polytechnic Completion: 2014 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and Façade Engineering

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4 Griffith University, G39 Science and Engineering Building, Queensland, Australia 4-storey teaching and research building. Client: Griffith University Completed: 2010 Civil and Structural Engineering

5 Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) Phase 2, Singapore Expansion to SIM Campus comprising 500-seat Performing Arts Centre (Theatre), Teaching Facilities, Specialised Laboratories and Administration Building. Total floor area of 35,500 square metres. Client: Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) Completion: 2014 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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Twin six-storey building for School of Chemical & Life Sciences Teaching Block with Annex and Linkway at Singapore Polytechnic. Client: Singapore Polytechnic Completion: 2006 (Phase 2A), 2010 (Phase 2B & 2C) Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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Eight academic and laboratory buildings, auditorium, lecture theatre and multipurpose hall. Total floor area of 50,620 square metres. Client: University of Bahrain Completion: 2013 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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The development includes state-of-the-art education facilities, indoor and outdoor sports facilities, future performing arts centre and boarding school. Total floor area of 29,000 square metres. Client: Dulwich College Year of Completion: 2014 (Phase 1), 2017 (Phase 2) Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering (Phase 1), MEP Engineering (Phase 2)

9 University Technology Petronas, Perak, Malaysia New technological university in Malaysia, a resource centre in the form of a large drum marks the entrance to the campus. This 150 metres diameter structural steel dome houses the University library and the main hall – a multi-purpose theatre seating 3,000 people. Client: University Technology Petronas Year of Completion: 2004 Civil and Structural Engineering Consultancy

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Location: Singapore Client: National University of Singapore (NUS) and Yale University Architect: Forum Architects and Pelli Clarke Pilli Architects Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineers: Meinhardt

Yale-NUS College The campus of Yale-NUS College was designed to blend the cultures and traditions of Singapore and New Haven, and to build an academic village for living and learning. Emphasising social learning among peers, the building was designed with communal areas for interaction. A few of these distinctive areas are dining commons, nested communities, signature courtyards and sky gardens. This allowed students, faculty and staff in each of the three residential colleges to experience the intimacy and character of a small school while

enjoying the resources of a large university. A highlight of this liberal arts college is the 350-seat multipurpose auditorium, designed with exceptional acoustic capabilities. Both structural and mechanical aspects were considered to achieve a high level of acoustic excellence, which involved designing in collaboration with an acoustics consultant, going with a ‘box-in-box’ structural approach and conceiving an intricate airflow system.

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Environmental Engineering As a result of innovations in the field of environmental engineering and relevant advisory solutions for waste-incineration and disposal facilities, we stand today as one of the global leaders in the environmental and waste management sector.

Our keen focus and commitment to provide optimal social, environmental and economic outcomes differentiate us from other engineering firms – giving us an edge.

1 Kim Chuan Sewerage Treatment Works, Singapore Design works and periodic inspection for the erector of three egg-shaped digesters plant at Kim Chuan Sewerage Treatment Plant. Client: RSB-Rund-Stahl-Bau-Ges.m.b.H Completion: 2001 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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4 SITA Alternative Waste Treatment (SAWT) Facility, Sydney, Australia The facility has been designed to process 140,000 tonnes annually and service contracts to treat a wide range of inorganic and organic wastes. Client: SITA Completion: 2009 Civil and Environmental Engineering

Client: Samsung Corporation (Ang Mo Kio Tunnel) & Zublin (Queensway Tunnel) Completion: 2005 Principal Engineering Consultant 5 Essendon Airport - Environmental Management, Victoria, Australia

6 Reclamation/ Infrastructure Works Northeast Lantau, Hong Kong

Preparation of environmental management plans, impacts of legislation and due diligence, and environmental assessments.

Independent Environmental Checker (IEC) and managing all EM&A for the infrastructure development for the 74 hectares of reclamation and infrastructure works for Disneyland.

Client: Essendon Airport Pty Ltd Completion: 2007 Environmental Engineering

Client: Civil Engineering and Development Department Completion: 2009 Environmental Engineering

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Healthcare While developing countries seek access to affordable healthcare, the problem of an ageing population confronts the developed countries.

is continuously being upgraded and the resultant imposition requires the hospitals to be able to accommodate these changes.

Modern hospitals of today are highly specialised both in terms of target patients as well as the type of medical care they render. These include dedicated hospitals for women and children, general teaching hospitals and facilities for specific areas such as dental care, cancer treatments, or infectious diseases. Medical technology

The building services and design technology for hospitals are complex and cutting edge, with differing requirements for different areas – from wards to intensive care units, clinical decision units and operating theatres.

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1 Sengkang Integrated Regional Hospital, Community Hospital and Specialist Outpatient Clinics, Singapore Singapore’s largest single hospital development which will add 1,400 new beds when it is completed in 2018. Total floor area of 288,000 square metres. Client: Ministry of Health Completion: 2018 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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Meinhardt has designed numerous major new hospitals and upgrades

of existing medical units including operating theatres, leading edge BSL-2 and BSL-3 laboratories, animal research facilities, vivariums and other specialised medical areas. Our specialist design expertise includes all types of medical imaging departments, operating theatres, mortuaries, burns units and infection control. We are also heavily involved in the design and delivery of many aged care facilities.


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2 Assisi Hospice, Singapore 85-bed facility for terminally ill patients. Total floor area of 10,938 square metres. Client: Assisi Hospice Completion: 2015 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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3 The Prince of Wales Hospital Extension Block, Shatin, New Territories, Hong Kong Extension of the current hospital, consisting of 15-storey, 800-bed acute hospital building with a total built up area of 68,000 square metres. Client: ArchSD / Yau Lee-Hsin Chong JV Completion: 2010 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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4 Jupiter Medical Center, Miami, USA Wound healing and hyperbaric centre. Client: Song & Associates Completion: 2007 MEP Engineering

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6 St. Luke’s Medical Centre Manila, Philippines

300-bed, 7-storey purpose-built facility is Singapore’s largest pyschiatric nursing home.

Located in Fort Bonifacio Global City, the 14-storey development has a gross floor area of over one million square feet and has a 628-bed capacity. The medical centre also consists of a 4-level podium, a nursing tower, an 11-storey Medical Arts Office Tower which holds 400 rooms and a helipad.

Client: Ministry of Health Completion: 2012 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Client: St. Luke’s Medical Centre Completion: 2010 MEP Engineering and Fire Protection Engineering

7 Box Hill Hospital Redevelopment, Australia

8 Mochtar Riady Comprehensive Cancer Centre (MRCCC), Jakarta, Indonesia

11-storey new hospital with total floor area of 50,000 square metres. As a key and active participant in the design process, Meinhardt carried out alternative designs of civil infrastructure, assisting the client to work the project into the budget.

29-storey hospital with two basement levels is Indonesia’s first private comprehensive cancer treatment centre. The centre has 160 beds with total floor area of 37,933 square metres.

Client: Department of Health Victoria Completion: 2014 Civil, Structural Engineering

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Client: PT Lippo Karawaci Tbk Completion: 2010 MEP Engineering


Location: Singapore Client: Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, Nanyang Technological University (NTU) Architect: DP Architects Pte Ltd MEP, Lighting & Audio Video Design: Meinhardt

Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine One of Singapore’s newest medical schools, the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine has two campuses: a seven-storey campus at NTU’s Yunnan Gardens and a 20-storey building at Novena next to Tan Tock Seng Hospital. Strategically, the Experimental Medicine Building is located in the university’s Yunnan Garden campus, close to NTU’s science and engineering colleges to allow for

close collaboration between students and researchers. The building is equipped with top-notch training facilities such as seminar rooms, learning studios, as well as teaching and research laboratories.

A unique aspect of this building was that no electrical heater is used. Instead, heat recovery systems were designed to pre-cool outdoor air, harvesting energy from exhaust air from air-conditioned spaces.

Concurrently, the Clinical Sciences Building at the Novena campus houses state-of-the-art learning spaces and advanced research facilities, serving as a hotbed for innovative medical education and research.

For both buildings, extensive coordination with architect partners ensured that space needs were met, while maintaining functionality and practicality.

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Hospitality As people become more travelled and discerning, there is a growing demand for high quality hospitality infrastructure and facilities. The guest rooms, meeting and convention facilities of most hotels, come fully equipped with state-ofthe-art technology. Providing technologically advanced design services from feasibility studies to operation, our engineers work with developers and international hospitality chain operators on projects ranging

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from boutique hotels to mega developments, incorporating a multitude of hospitality functions. Designs of our MEP systems incorporate uninterrupted supply of hot and cold water, high-speed internet connectivity and other multiple building services required for environmental control. These systems are designed to be resilient and effectively fail-safe, whilst meeting the enormous energy demands required for such facilities.

In tandem, our façade and structural engineers work closely with all stakeholders to provide highly efficient building envelopes to minimise energy costs, whilst meeting the conflicting demand for parking, guest room layouts, column-free lobbies, ballrooms and convention facilities. Meinhardt’s extensive experience and knowledge of the requirements of most of the major international operators, make us the preferred consultant for such facilities worldwide.


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1 W Hotel, Singapore

2 The Grand Ho Tram Strip, Vietnam

7-storey 240-room luxury hotel at Quayside Sentosa.

Vietnam’s first integrated luxury resort featuring luxury hotels, Las Vegasstyled casinos and 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman.

Client: Cityview Place Holdings Pte Ltd Completion: 2013 MEP Engineering

Client: Asian Coast Development (Canada) Ltd. (ACDL) Completion: 2013 Project Management, Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

3 Grand Hyatt and Plaza Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia 500-rooms five-star Grand Hyatt Hotel and luxury retail mall. Client: PT Plaza Indonesia Realty Completion: 1989 Project Management and MEP Engineering

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Major retrofitting for 37-storey hotel. Client: Hotel Marina City Pte Ltd Completion: 2012 Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering and Specialist Lighting

5 Westin, Singapore 305-room five-star hotel located at Asia Square Tower 2. 5

Developer: MGPA Client / D&B Contractor: Hyundai Engineering & Construction Completion: 2013 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, MEP and Faรงade Engineering

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6 Manila Bay Resort, Philippines An integrated resort development, consisting of three hotels (2,100 rooms), casino, water feature park and a retail mall with entertainment complex. Total built up area of 690,000 square metres. Client: Tiger Resort, Leisure and Entertainment Inc Completion: 2015 Civil and MEP Engineering

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7 St. Regis Hotel & Residences Bangkok, Thailand 46-storey hotel and residences Client: Minor Group Completion: 2009 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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8 Shanghai Peninsula Hotel Shanghai, China 15-storey 250-room five-star hotel with helipad on roof and 13-storey service apartment. Total floor area of 96,000 square metres. Client: The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels, Limited Completion: 2009 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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10 Conrad International Hotel, Singapore

32-storey 600-room five-star hotel. Steel transfer structure supporting the hotel has spans up to 26 metres. Winner of BCA’s Best Buildable Design Award in 1996 and BCA’s Construction Excellence Award in 1997.

32-storey 525-room five-star hotel. Winner of BCA’s Construction Excellence Award in 1999.

Client: Pontiac Land Completion: 1996

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, MEP and Façade Engineering

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11 J.W. Marriott Hotel & Star Hill Shopping Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 400-room five-star hotel and 4-storey retail centre with a 3-level basement and a 12-storey annexe car park. Client: JW Marriott Completion: 1997 MEP Engineering

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12 Galaxy Starworld Hotel, Macau Casino and hotel complex with total floor area of 97,000 square metres. Client: Galaxy Resort & Casino Completion: 2007 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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13 Fairmont Hotel and Raffles Suites & Residences, Manila, Philippines 30-storey 330-room five-star hotel and service apartment. Client: Fairmont Raffles Completion: 2009 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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39-storey hotel and service apartments with 5-storey retail podium and two levels of basement. Total floor area of 340,000 square metres. Client: Shangri-La Pudong Kerry City Properties Co Ltd Completion: 2011 MEP Engineering

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9-storey 272-room transit hotel at Melbourne Airport. The hotel was built over an existing car park. Client: Folkestone Limited Completion: 2000 Civil and Structural Engineering

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Location: Singapore Client: Genting International Architect: DP Architects Pte Ltd, in association with Michael Graves & Associates, USA MEP Engineers: Meinhardt

Resorts World Sentosa At over S$6.5 billion in project cost, Resorts World Sentosa is one of the only two integrated resorts in Singapore. Featuring the casino and Universal Studios Singapore along with other key attractions such as the Marine Life Park – the world’s largest oceanarium, Maritime Xperiential Museum, Equarius Water Park and FestiveWalk – the premise is a 24/7 bustling boulevard with endless dining, entertainment and shopping offerings. Universal Studios Singapore is also the region’s first and only Hollywood movie theme park, and has seven themed zones offering 24 rides and

attractions, of which 18 are specially designed for Singapore.

cooling system for outdoor areas to save 2.9 million kilowatt-hour per year.

The premium resort features the world’s only Hotel Michaels that is designed by one of America’s bestknown architects, Michael Graves. The six hotels in total provide more than 1,800 rooms as well as full meeting and conference facilities.

In addition, given the requirement to maintain sustainable casino operation during any power supply interruption, high capacity dynamic uninterruptible power supply was successfully introduced as a cost and space effective solution.

Providing MEP Engineering consultancy services for the resort, Meinhardt employed highly efficient and the most advanced technology for building services, including a canopy

High voltage generators with high voltage essential power distribution network were also successfully introduced to remotely locate all the generators.

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Industrial & Manufacturing Industrial Plants and Manufacturing facilities are becoming more complex including the expectations of our clients and the markets they operate in. We work with our clients to understand and address their needs as early as possible by translating them into the most efficient and economical technical-delivery solution with confidence. Our philosophy is to customise our

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solutions to the needs of our clients, as one size does not fit all. Our team is focused on the integration process, manufacturing and production systems into the overall design of our client’s facility. Using our core skills of project and construction management, civil and structural, MEP, façade engineering and sustainable engineering, Meinhardt provides

a ‘one-stop’ delivery experience to enable the development of leading edge facilities. The Meinhardt lead consultancy and EPCM approach provides a single point of responsibility and accountability for our projects, as well as solutions which are economically, environmentally and strategically beneficial to our clients.


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1 ST Kinetics at 249 Jalan Boon Lay, Singapore Extension to the existing ST Kinetics, consisting of nine blocks of industrial complex and a test track runway. Client: Singapore Technologies Kinetics Ltd Completion: 2010 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering 3 Seagate International, Singapore 8-storey hard disk manufacturing facility and a 5-storey office block with a gross floor area of 105,000 square metres. The facility also includes 12,000 square metres of clean-room facilities. Winner of CIDB Award for Best Buildable Design, 1997.

2 Seagate Woodlands, Singapore Two-storey high-tech manufacturing plant at Gambas Avenue/Woodlands Loop. Client: Seagate International Pte Ltd Completion: 1996 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

4 STMicroelectronics (AMK8), Singapore 60,000 square metres high-tech stateof-the-art wafer fab facility with 20,000 square metres of clean-rooms. Winner of BCA Best Buildable Design Awards in 2002.

Client: Seagate International Pte Ltd Completion: 1996

Client: STMicroelectronics (Pte) Ltd Completion: 2001

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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5 Unilever Detergent Manufacturing Complex, Shanghai, China Detergent manufacturing facility consisting of a 5-storey steel process building, warehouse, a 2-storey Amenity/Office Building and a Chemical Tank Farm. Client: Unilever Shanghai Co Ltd Completion: 1995 Lead Consultant, Project Management, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering and Construction Management

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6 Agilent Epitaxial Facility, Singapore

7 Nestle Gemini, Thailand

Leading edge technology building – comprising 4,500 square metres epitaxial facility including 700 square metres clean-room.

13,000 square metres pet food manufacturing facility at Rayong, Thailand.

Client: Agilent Technologies Singapore Pte Ltd Completion: 2005 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

Client: Nestle (Thai) Ltd. Completion: 2009 Lead Consultant, Project Management, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering and Construction Management


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8 Caterpillar Underground Mining Project (UGM), Thailand 65,000 square metres production plant for heavy machines for underground mining and office space. This project is required to comply with FM Global requirements. Client: Caterpillar Thailand Ltd. Completion: 2012

9 HP Plant at Tuas, Singapore An extension to the existing plant consisting of a 3-storey industrial building and a link bridge. Client: Hewlett-Packard Asia Pacific Completion: 2014 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

Lead Consultant, Project Management, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering and Construction Management

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Logistics As demand for goods increases globally, the logistics sector sees an increasing need for specialist consultants such as Meinhardt. To support this growth, a transformation is taking place from the more conventional facilities to newer, larger and more modern technology-enabled facilities. At Meinhardt, we understand how logistic centres are integrated. We bring our expertise in the planning,

design management, structural and MEP disciplines, as well as our project and construction management experts, to deliver fully integrated facilities that meet our clients’ needs. Furthermore, as these facilities are large, requiring climate-controlled environments, we engage our in-house specialists to provide fire engineering solutions and computational fluid dynamic simulations to achieve the most optimised solutions.

Our in-house sustainability design and façade team of professionals work interactively with our design teams to achieve high efficient and economical buildings and systems for our clients. We work with our clients to create a win-win solution for both our clients and Meinhardt.

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2 Schenker Logistics, Singapore 4-storey distribution warehouse including high-bay racking cum pallet storage and an office building. Client: Schenker Logistics Completion: 1997 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

3 Cathay Pacific Cargo Terminal Chek Lap Kok, Lantau, Hong Kong World’s largest air cargo terminal building – comprising an 8-storey building with total area of 25,000 square metres equipped with a complex materials handling system (MHS). The facility is designed for annual air cargo throughput capacity of 2.6 million tonnes. Client: Cathay Pacific Airways Completion: 2012

4 Australia Post Parcel Sorting Warehouses at Chullora (NSW) and Ardeer (Victoria), Australia Two purpose-built facilities in Victoria and New South Wales with capacity to handle over 15,000 parcels per hour. Total floor area of 35,000 square metres. Client: Australia Post Completion: 2003 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

Lead Consultant, Project Management, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, MEP Engineering

5 NTUC Fairprice Fresh Food Distribution Centre, Singapore

6 DHL Central Asia Hub Chek Lap Kok, Lantau, Hong Kong

Singapore largest supermarket chain’s refrigerated distribution facility for fresh food products.

DHL’s new regional hub for express cargo sorting and handling facility with total area of 18,000 square metres.

Client: NTUC Fairprice Co-operative Ltd Completion: 2003

Client: DHL Worldwide Express Completion: 2004

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Project Management, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, MEP Engineering, Traffic, Fire Safety and Environmental Engineering

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Master Planning & Infrastructure Design In the fast evolving world today, demographics change rapidly as populations migrate and mature. Recognising that infrastructures are pivotal to the advancement of any society, we adopt a forward-

looking methodology towards all infrastructure planning and design projects, ensuring that the solutions we derive are versatile in meeting the needs of the population – today and tomorrow.

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1 Jazan Economic City, Saudi Arabia Advanced 10,380 hectares of industrial zone, equipped with superior network facilities for heavy industrial and processing industries. A large portion of the residential area lies on the periphery of the gulf coast. Client: MMC International Holdings Limited Completion: 2008 Infrastructure Masterplanning

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2 Grand Shanghai, Kunshan, China The development comprises two 18-hole golf courses, a clubhouse, marinas, villas, hotel and retail areas. The infrastructure includes roadworks, dam and water supply network, power and telecommunication distribution network, sewerage and sewage treatment facility. Client: Grand Shanghai Completion: 1996 Infrastructure Masterplanning, Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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3 Putri Nyale Resort, Lombok, Indonesia

4 Fort Bonifacio Global City, Philippines

Masterplanning, design and documentation of all utilities for 1,250 hectares of resort development, as well as a 13-hectare recreational tidal lagoon.

Master civil coordinator of the 240-hectare new city including engineering design and contract management of significant packages.

Client: Lombok Tourism Development Corporation Completion: 1998

Client: Fort Bonifacio Completion: 2001

Masterplanning, Infrastructure and Marine Engineering

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5 Bintan Beach International Resort, Indonesia

6 Development Masterplan for Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam

23,000-hectare Bintan Beach International Resort includes Club Med, Banyan Tree and Sedona Resorts.

25-Year Masterplan (to 2035) for Bandar Seri Begawan’s upgrading into a more dynamic, vibrant and unique city with efficient communication and transportation systems.

Client: Bintan Resort Management Pte Ltd Completion: 1997

Client: Jabatan Bandaran Bandar Seri Begawan Brunei Darussalam Masterplanner: HOK International Completion: 2011

Infrastructure Masterplanning, Project Management, Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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Mission Critical The mission critical sector is constantly transforming, growing and diversifying. Unique amongst our peers, we adopt the latest technology for engineering and IT solutions, offering engineering and technology

design as a single integrated service. This allows for the optimisation of engineering systems to meet current and future technology needs. Meinhardt leads the market in terms of the design and certification of multi-tier data centres.

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We optimise engineering systems and design to meet the needs of the technology deployed while keeping in mind the variable multiple user requirements typical in a large data centre facility.


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1 Credit Suisse Regional Data Centre, Singapore

2 Kim Chuan Telecommunications Complex, Singapore

3 HSBC Asia Regional Data Centre, Hong Kong

First Tier IV data centre in Singapore and certified Green Mark Platinum.

10-storey high-tech data centre.

48,000 square metres Tier IV data centre.

Client: Singapore Telecommunications Limited Completion: 2002

Client: HSBC Ltd Completion: 2008

Client: Credit Suisse Completion: 2008 Project Management and MEP Engineering

Structural Engineering

Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

4 Singtel Pickering Operations Complex, Singapore

5 Barclays Technology Centre India (BTCI), Pune, India

34 levels of sophisticated telecommunication exchange equipment and offices. At the time of completion, this was the tallest telecommunication building in the world.

Data centre was designed to meet LEED Gold requirements. Total floor area of 10,000 square metres.

Client: Singapore Telecommunications Limited Completion: 1986

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Client: Barclays PLC Completion: 2011

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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HIgh Rise Buildings Our approach of constantly pushing boundaries to deliver innovative solutions, along with decades of experience, has enabled us to engineer tall, slender and complex building landmarks across the globe. Looking ahead, we continue to shape some of the most ambitious buildings of the future. Tall buildings require special technical expertise, such as mitigating the aerodynamic effects of wind, and controlling accelerations and drifts to ensure the stability of slender and complex geometrical forms. We also

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utilise performance based seismic design and the creative use of steelconcrete composite construction and high strength materials. Our approach allows us to adopt a holistic approach for energy consumption and MEP design, making use of integrated solutions in vertical transportation systems. Furthermore, we devise sustainable and transparent energy efficient façade systems and develop designs to facilitate rapid construction. Our diverse range of in-house tall building specialists is spread across

varied fields of engineering. These encompass geotechnical, structural, mechanical and electrical, wind, seismic, façade, lift safety and fire, vertical transportation and sustainability. Our services are integrated across disciplines to deliver tall buildings that are safe, constructible, cost effective and sustainable, respecting the architects’ vision and adapted to the needs of developers and end users.


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330m

Signature Towers, Dubai, UAE

Four Seasons Place, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

IFC Project Wu Xi, China

Thamrin Nine Jakarta, Indonesia

81, 65 and 52-Storey Mixed-use (Office and Residential)

76-Storey Mixed-use (Hotel and Residential)

65-Storey Mixed-use (Hotel and Residential)

68 and 58-Storey Mixed-use (Office and Residential)

Lead Consultancy, Project Management, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering, Faรงade and Fire Engineering

Structural Engineering

MEP and Faรงade Engineering

Structural and MEP Peer Reviewer, Technical Advisor, Faรงade Engineering and BMU

Client: Dubai Properties Completion: 2009 (Design Completed)

Client: Venus Assets Sdn Bhd Completion: 2017

Client: Wharf Estate Wuxi Ltd Completion: 2015

Client: Thamrin Nine Completion: 2016


310m

300m

298m

290m

Ocean Heights, Dubai, UAE

EX Tower, Jakarta, Indonesia

One Island East, Hong Kong

Tanjong Pagar Centre, Singapore

82-Storey Residential

55 and 44-Storey Mixed-use (Office, Service Apartment and Retail)

70-Storey Office

64-Storey Mixed-use (Retail, Office, Hotel and Residential)

Structural Engineering

MEP Engineering

MEP Engineering

MEP Engineering

Client: Damac Properties Completion: 2010

Client: China Sonangol International (S) Pte Ltd Completion: 2016

Client: Swire Properties Completion: 2008

Client: Guocoland Property Management Pte Ltd Completion: 2016


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267m

258m

251m

One Raffles Place, Singapore

Petronas Tower 3, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

The River, Bangkok, Thailand

Rialto Towers, Melbourne, Australia

63-Storey Office

60-Storey Office

74-Storey Residential

65-Storey Office

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Structural and Faรงade Engineering

Structural Engineering

Structural Engineering

Client: OUB Centre Ltd Completion: 1987

Client: Arena Merdu Sdn Bhd Completion: 2011

Client: Raimon Land Public Company Ltd Completion: 2011

Client: Rialto JV Completion: 1985


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Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore

One Raffles Quay, Singapore

The Sail @ Marina Bay, Singapore

Tornado Tower Doha, Qatar

67, 56, 51, 50 and 33-Storey Mixed-use (Office, Residential and Retail)

50 and 33-Storey Office

70 and 63-Storey Residential

52-Storey Office

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Structural and Value Engineering

Client: One Raffles Quay Pte Ltd (Consortium of Hongkong Land, Keppel Land and Cheung Kong Holdings) Completion: 2007

Client: City Developments Ltd and AIG Group, USA Completion: 2008

Client: Six Construct-Midmac JV Completion: 2009

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Client: BFC Developments Pte Ltd (Consortium of Hongkong Land, Keppel Land and Cheung Kong Holdings) Completion: 2010 (Phase 1) & 2012 (Phase 2)


Metros & railways Metros and railways are a crucial part of transportation infrastructure in all major metropolitan centres. Planning, designing and implementing railway projects require highly specialised experience and expertise in the areas of railway systems, tunnels and viaducts, construction technology and train control, signalling, communication and operations.

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2 Rashidiya Main Depot and Jebel Ali Auxiliary Depot, Dubai, UAE

An underground interchange station connecting North East Line and Circle Line with 450 metres of tunnel including the station box.

Meinhardt provided structural design for the D&B Contractor.

Client: Land Transport Authority Completion: 2012

Client: JT Metro JV Completion: 2010 Civil and Structural Engineering

Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Consultancy Services

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Two railway stations (Lian Hua Bei and Sheung Mei Lin) and five kilometres of tunnels.

Contract 9181 Package C includes 9.5 kilometres tunnels and six underground stations including two interchange stations.

Client: MTR Corporation (Shenzhen) Ltd Completion: 2011

Client: Land Transport Authority Completion: 2017

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6 Kuala Lumpur Sentral Stesen, Malaysia

25 metres deep underground island platform station and cut and cover tunnels.

Multimodal railway transit hub in Malaysia. The largest deck built over existing railway tracks.

Client / D&B Contractor: LeightonKumagai-Balfour Beatty-John Holland JV Completion: 2009

Client / D&B Contractor: Ekovest-KMZ Dragages JV Completion: 2001

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7 one-north Station, Singapore An underground MRT Station and cut and cover tunnels integrating with the adjacent Fusionpolis Building. Client: Land Transport Authority and Jurong Consultant Pte Ltd Completion: 2012 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Consultancy Services

8 MTRC Yau Tong Station, Kowloon, Hong Kong 4-platform station with over 1 kilometre of stacked cut and cover tunnels and all adjacent infrastructure diversions and provisions. Client: MTR Corporation Ltd Completion: 2003 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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Downtown Line, Singapore Downtown Line Stage 3 (DTL3) EXPO Station is the new underground interchange station that connects to existing East West Line (EWL) EXPO Station. Due to site constraint and track alignment, the orientation of the new station is sited perpendicularly to the existing EXPO Station. Two EWL viaduct piers located directly above the new station were reinforced to facilitate new construction. Several viaduct piers

situated within the influence zone were also strengthened before excavation proceeded. As the Civil & Structural Engineers, Meinhardt Infrastructure worked closely with LTA to identify and mitigate the impacts to existing EXPO Station. The underpinning and strengthening enhanced the foundation of the existing station, allowing for excavation and construction of the new station to be carried out in a controlled and safe environment.

As a result, the construction works could carry out without disruptions to the functionality of existing MRT services. Any inconveniences to commuters and occupants of the surrounding buildings in Changi Business Park due to traffic diversion are also kept to a minimum.

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Mixed-Use Mixed-use developments represent one of the fastest growing market sectors with new trends regularly emerging. These developments adapt to the needs of those they are designed to serve, whether individual residents, businesses or retail tenants. Developing different combinations of hotel, office, retail and residential space in one project poses multifaceted planning and engineering challenges, and as a result specialist

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expertise with multiple domain knowledge to deliver the right integrated product is required. As a fully integrated engineering firm, Meinhardt’s large and diverse pool of in-house experts for each building type are ideally suited to deliver the varied and often contrasting demands of such projects to accommodate multiple facility uses. We take into consideration varied parking needs, structural transitions

and transfers, coordination of MEP systems, fire separation, sound attenuation, ventilation, egress and phased completions. As one of the leading engineering firms in the sector, our success lies in the effective coordination of skills and ability to integrate varied functional and physical components of a mixed-use development into a seamless whole.


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2 Sentosa Quayside Collection, Singapore Located at Sentosa Cove comprising luxurious W Hotel, W Residences and commercial/retail space. Winner of BCA Green Mark Platinum Award in 2009. Client: Cityview Place Holding Pte Ltd Completion: 2012 MEP Engineering

3 Pontiac Marina, Singapore Millenia Tower (42-storey office tower), Centennial Tower (37-storey office tower extendable to 52-storey), 32-storey Ritz Carlton Millenia Hotel, 32-storey Conrad Hotel and 3-storey Millenia Walk retail podium with two levels of basement for car park. Client: Pontiac Land Pte Ltd Completion: 1997 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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5 Asia Square Towers, Singapore

290 metres, 64-storey tower for office, hotel, residential and retail.

43-storey twin towers for office, Westin Hotel and F&B space. Winner of BCA Design and Engineering Safety Excellence Awards (Merit) in 2012 and BCA Green Mark Platinum Award, 2009 LEED Gold Certification.

Client: Guocoland Property Management Pte Ltd Completion: 2016 MEP Engineering

Developer: MGPA Client/Contractor: Hyundai Engineering & Construction Completion: 2011, 2013 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical, MEP and Faรงade Engineering

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6 The Hundred at Mega Kuningan, Jakarta, Indonesia The ‘H’ shaped building comprises 50-storey residential/hotel tower and 24-storey office tower with retail spaces. Client: Farpoint Completion: 2017

7 Hysan Place, Hong Kong 40-storey office tower and 16-storey retail mall and three levels of basement for retail and carpark. Client: Hysan Development Co Ltd Completion: 2012 Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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8 Thamrin Nine, Jakarta, Indonesia 68 and 58-storey office and residential towers. Client: Thamrin Nine Completion: 2016 Structural and MEP Peer Reviewer and Technical Advisor, Faรงade Engineering and BMU

9 A26* Medini at Iskandar, Johor, Malaysia Three 50-storey towers with 1.3 million square feet of built-up space, featuring 250-room five-star hotel, residential apartments and lifestyle retail space. Client: Centurion Properties Sdn Bhd Completion: 2018 Structural, MEP and Faรงade Engineering

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11 Aspire Park Mall, Doha, Qatar

12 The Pearl, Viva Bahriya, Doha, Qatar

Comprising Intercontinental Hotel, office tower and retail mall including conservation of shophouses for adaptive commercial reuse.

Retail mall within the Aspire Park with total floor area of 680,000 square metres including the park.

29 blocks of 20 to 24-storey residential towers, town houses and retail.

Client: Keppel Land Completion: 1995 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

Client: Aspire Zone Foundation Completion: 2016 Civil, Structural, MEP and Faรงade Engineering

Client: United Development Company Completion: 2011 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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14 City Centre Najma, Doha, Qatar

30-storey office tower, 36-storey Intercontinental Hotel, 22-storey Crowne Plaza Hotel and Convention Centre.

Two hotel and serviced apartment towers, 4-storey retail mall and four levels of basement for underground parking. Total floor area of 304,500 square metres.

Client: Al-Futtaim Group Completion: 2007 Civil and Structural Engineering

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15 South Beach Mixed-use Development, Singapore Two 45-storey office/hotel/residential towers. Client: South Beach Consortium Pte Ltd Completion: 2015 Accredited Checker & Specialist AC (Geo)


Location: Singapore Client: Consortium of Hongkong Land, Keppel Land and Cheung Kong (Holdings) Architect: KPF and DCA Architects/ Architects 61 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineers: Meinhardt Awards: • BCA Design and Engineering Safety Excellence Awards, 2013 • BCA Design & Engineering Safety Excellence Awards (Merit), 2010 • FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards (Winner in Office Category, Runner Up in Residential Category), 2012

Marina Bay Financial Centre Occupying prime location at the waterfront along Marina Bay, the Financial Centre is a purpose-built development designed to be the epicentre of Singapore’s financial and banking hub. Five high-rise towers and generous underground parking constitute the six million square feet complex: two towers of 66 and 55 storeys are for residential use, while the remaining three towers, ranging from 33 to 50 storeys, are for commercial use.

Meinhardt provided integrated engineering for the mega development – working closely with the architect to ensure perfect integration of the structure, and building technical services into the architecture. Meinhardt developed highly efficient and robust structural solutions, utilising dual lateral load resisting systems coupled with hybrid pre-stressed in-situ and precast concrete floor systems to achieve exceptional building

structural performance with high constructability and cost benefits. For excavation, an innovative island construction method was devised, comprising contiguous bored secant pile walls, deep cement mixed soil and treated perimeter soil berms. The system significantly reduced the quantum and extent of strutting and allowed concurrent excavation and superstructure works.

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Office Buildings As the most visible icons defining the skylines of modern cities, office buildings symbolise the economic vitality of a nation. For every office building project, our main goal is to create responsive spaces that people like to work in. This is crafted through fostering an environment that is adaptable, energy efficient, technologically advanced, safe, healthy and aesthetically-pleasing.

unobstructed spaces. This is done using long span structurally efficient solutions, integrating structural and service zones for higher ceilings, designing for whole-life operational efficiency and sustainability, providing technical connectivity through robust and flexible IT infrastructures and future-proof designs that can easily accommodate frequent renovations and alterations.

With this clear purpose, we set out to achieve high-performance workplaces through devising

We are also involved in enhancing security and adopting appropriate design responses for extreme

events, which integrate with surrounding amenities and respond to the needs of occupants through enhanced satisfaction, health and comfort. We are at the forefront of technological change, paving the way for a new generation of office buildings and aiming to map out welcoming spaces with lasting performance and value – ready to receive a vibrant working community.

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1 SBF Centre, Singapore 31-storey commercial building for office and medical suites. Client: Far East Opus Private Limited Completion: 2016 MEP Engineering

2 Millenia Tower, Singapore 42-storey office tower with up to 2,000 square metres column-free space on typical floor. 4

Client: Pontiac Land Pte Ltd Completion: 1996 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

3 OUE Bayfront, Singapore 18-storey office tower including conservation of Change Alley Aerial Plaza. Client: Clifford Development Pte Ltd Completion: 2010 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

4 Centennial Office Tower, Singapore 37-storey office tower designed for future extension up to 52 storeys. Achieved a record 4-day construction cycle. Winner of BCA Best Buildable Design Award, 1999 and ACES Engineering Design Excellence Award, 2000. Client: Pontiac Land Pte Ltd Completion: 1997 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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16-storey office tower and conservation of shophouses.

24-storey office tower – one of the largest column free office buildings in Singapore. Winner of BCA Best Buildable Design (Merit) in 2003, ACES Engineering Design Excellence Award in 2002 and Singapore Structural Steel Society – Design Awards Scheme in 2002.

Client: Keppel Land Completion: 1999 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

Client: Chyau Fwu Development Pte Ltd Completion: 2001 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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8 World Trade Centre II, Jakarta, Indonesia 30-storey office tower on an existing five levels of basement. Client: PT Jakarta Land Completion: 2012 Civil, Structural and Façade Engineering

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11 Vietcombank Tower, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

30-storey office tower.

35-storey office tower.

Client: Bridgebury Realty Corporation Completion: 2014

Client: Vietcombank and Bonday Investments Limited Completion: 2013

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13 One Raffles Place, Singapore

70-storey office skyscraper with high-speed passenger lifts.

63-storey office tower – tallest building in the world outside North America at the time of construction.

Client: Swire Properties Completion: 2008 MEP Engineering

Client: OUB Centre Ltd Completion: 1986 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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15 EX Tower, Jakarta, Indonesia

33-storey office tower.

55 and 44-storey mixed-use tower for office, service apartment and retail.

Client: Gapurna Sdn Bhd Completion: 2015

Client: China Sonangol International (S) Pte Ltd Completion: 2016

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MEP Engineering

16 International Financial Centre Tower 2 Jakarta, Indonesia 40-storey office tower – fully enclosed with curtain wall and high performing low-E coated insulated glass. Client: Keppel Land Completion: 2015 Façade Engineering

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Location: Singapore Client: Consortium of Hongkong Land, Keppel Land and Cheung Kong (Holdings) Architect: KPF and Architects 61 Contractor: Obayashi Construction Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineers: Meinhardt Awards: • BCA Design & Engineering Safety Excellence Awards (Merit), 2008 • BCA Green Mark Gold Award, 2009 • CTUBH Honorable Nominee for Best Tall Building – Asia and Australasia, 2008 • FIABCI Prix d’Excellence Awards (Winner in Office Category), 2008

One Raffles Quay The design and construction of One Raffles Quay is widely acknowledged as a major engineering feat due to the constraints of the site and the presence of subway lines at shallow depth running directly beneath its 50-storey North Tower. Meinhardt pioneered an innovative transfer system utilising the central box core as a transfer structure spanning across the subway tunnels. The unique transfer system along with a highly efficient outrigger braced steelconcrete composite structure and the novel skewing of the building mass over the subway tunnels – to reduce

the transfer span – led to enormous cost and time savings on the project. Today, the iconic landmark in the Singapore skyline located in the prime business district encompasses twin office towers with two basements, a multi-level podium, and an underground link to the Raffles Place Mass Rapid Transit Station. It also features Singapore’s first commercially applied District Cooling System, which not only effectively reduces urban heat, but also provides energy cost savings.

The North and South Towers, built for banking and financial corporations, add up to an estimated 1.3 million square feet of prime office space. The North Tower stands 50 storeys (245 metres) high, providing outstanding views and column-free space of approximately 18,000 square feet per floor. Standing at 29 storeys (140 metres) tall, the South Tower enjoys large regular column-free space of approximately 30,000 square feet on each floor.

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Oil & Gas For an industry that values precision, accuracy and quality, Meinhardt is undoubtedly the choice solutions provider with our established track record, integrated approach and a strong professional team of

engineers. Naturally, we are steadily expanding our foothold within the oil and gas sector. Having worked on several notable projects in the region, we are poised to support the industry’s growth.

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1 Elf Lubricant Oil Blending Plant, Singapore Oil blending plant incorporating an office block, tank farms and other ancillary piping and infrastructure facilities. Client: Wah Chang Engineering Corporation Pte Ltd Completion: 1990 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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2 Jurong Island Oil Pipeline, Singapore Oil pipeline, piping system and associated structures at Jurong Island. Client: Wah Chang International Corporation Completion: 1999 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering


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3 Italsing Petroleum, Singapore Oil blending plant incorporating an office block, tank farms and other ancillary piping and infrastructure facilities. Client: Wah Chang Engineering Corporation Pte Ltd Completion: 1990 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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4 Unocal Lube Oil, Singapore Lube oil blending plant with tank farms and other ancillary piping and infrastructure facilities. Client: Wah Chang Engineering Corporation Pte Ltd Completion: 1991 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

5 Tanjong Agas Oil and Gas and Maritime Industrial Park, Malaysia The 4,098-acre development comprises liquefied natural gas and petroleum terminals, dredger yard, liquid bulk terminal and dockyards. Client: Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Pahang (PKNP) and Tanjong Agas Supply Base and Marine Services Sdn Bhd. Completion: 2013 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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Pharmaceutical Meinhardt understands the importance of linking process technology and complex facilities. We work with a number of global companies to advise, design and deliver their facilities. Facilities in this sector hinge on a set of stringent clean and safe requirements. Our industry knowledge, backed by a comprehensive suite of expertise,

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has seen our repeated engagements by global brands to provide them with our consulting and engineering services. To date, we have completed a sizable number of pharmaceutical facilities around the world – enriching our experiences within the sector. These comprehensive solutions are offered for pharmaceutical and biopharmaceutical industry,

industrial biotechnology, medical device industry, food and nutrition industry and consumer and beauty care industry. Whether our clients require brownfield or greenfield construction of new facilities, Meinhardt finds the best and most economical solutions to meet our clients’ requirements.


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1 P&G Technical Centre, Beijing, China

2 Becton Dickinson Factory, Singapore

3 Bayer Canlubang, Philippines

High-tech innovation centre comprising 28,000 square metres of offices, laboratories and a single storey pilot manufacturing.

Medical product manufacturing plant. Winner of Best Buildable Design Award in 1991.

Meinhardt was the engineering consultant to the turnkey contractor.

Client: Procter & Gamble Asia Pte Ltd Completion: 2011 Project Management, Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Client: Becton Dickinson Completion: 1989 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

4 GE Medical Supplies Production Plant, Beijing, China

5 P&G Renaissance, Chachoengsao, Thailand

A pharmaceutical development consisting of two major buildings and two recreation buildings; a single-storey production/ manufacturing, a 7-storey office block, a single-storey gymnasium building, and a single-storey sport hall. Total built up area of 668,115 square feet.

17,000 square metres manufacturing facility for hair care products.

Client: General Electric Co (US) Completion: 2003 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

Client: Procter & Gamble Asia Pte Ltd Completion: 2009 Lead Consultant, Project Management, Construction Management, Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

Client: Bilfinger + Berger Construction Completion: 2009 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

6 Glaxochem, Singapore Pharmaceutical plant for the production of modern drugs. The civil engineering works include complex coordination of a multitude of underground services. Sophisticated fire protection services incorporating intrinsically safe monitoring and alarm systems in flameproof areas. Client: GlaxoSmithKline Pte. Ltd Completion: 1981 Project Management, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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ports & Marine In today’s interconnected world, the safety, security and sustainability of air, land and sea transportation links are crucial to economic development and global connectivity. Ports and marine facilities cater to the needs of commercial and defence vessels of today and tomorrow. Designing such facilities requires highly specialised knowledge of

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berthing, as well as the loading and unloading facilities both on the sea and on land. Meinhardt has successfully completed many such civil and naval facilities in the Asia Pacific region and have a group of experts ready to plan, design and implement projects of any size or complexity.


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1 Castle Peak Power Stations – Reclamation and Jetty, Hong Kong

2 SP-PSA International Port Project, Vietnam

3 North Lantau Transfer Station, Hong Kong

Reclaiming and developing seawalls for Asia’s largest coal fired power station complex.

New international hub port to accommodate vessels of 80,000 tonnes.

Independent design review for structural design, infrastructural development of the site, environmental control systems, seawalls and berths.

Client: Castle Peak Power Station Company (Capco) Completion: 1986 Civil and Environmental Engineering

Client: state-owned Saigon Port (SP) and PSA Singapore Completion: 2010 Construction Supervision

4 Reclamation and Infrastructure Works in North East Lantau, Hong Kong

5 Oil Pier II at Karachi Port, Karachi, Pakistan

Independent advisor 74 hectares of reclamation and infrastructure works for Disneyland.

Designed to handle oil tankers up to 75,000 deadweight tonnage with tanker berthing facility.

Client: Hong Kong International Theme Parks Ltd Completion: 2009

Client: Karachi Port Trust Completion: 2000

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Client: Swire BFI Waste Services Ltd. Completion: 1995 Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Power & energy Power provision is a key element of service infrastructure and as such forms the basis of a large variety of developments. With significant focus on greenhouse gas abatement

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and the use of sustainable energy sources, Meinhardt is at the forefront of renewable energy generation system design including large scale solar and wind farms.

We also design energy efficient major energy plants including co-generation and tri-generation solutions, thermal storage and smart grid systems.


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1 Tembusu Multi-Utilities Complex, Singapore

2 PowerSeraya Cogeneration Combined Cycle Plant, Singapore

3 Castle Peak Power Stations, Hong Kong

Biomass Clean Coal (BMCC) cogeneration plant will house three Circulating Fluidised Bed (CFB) boilers that are capable of firing coal and biomass.

Addition and alteration to an existing conventional steam plant to cogeneration of combined cycle plant capable of producing 2 x 400 megawatts electrical power.

Largest power station complex in Southeast Asia – with a capacity of 4,280 megawatts.

Owner: Tuas Power Ltd Contractor: Marubeni Corporation Completion: 2017

Owner: PowerSeraya Ltd Contractor: Siemens Completion: 2010

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4 Black Point Power Station, Hong Kong

5 SEPCOL Power Project, Lahore, Pakistan

2,550 megawatts combined cycle power station.

117 megawatts power plant including an ancilliary building.

Client: CLP Power (HK) Ltd

Client: Southern Electric Power Company Completion: 1999

Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

Client: China Light & Power Co Ltd Completion: 1990 Civil Engineering

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Project Management Clients nowadays are driven by highly multi-faceted projects in a highly complex and changing market with a general trend to getting projects completed on time and in the most cost efficient manner and to the best quality. Seamless integration from start to finish with quality outcomes, coupled

with a flexible attitude, our project management capability brings it all together. We match project management teams to our customers’ unique needs and expectations. Armed with local knowledge and supported by Meinhardt’s groupwide skills, systems and procedures, we deliver projects, no matter the

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Client: Shell Australia Completion: Ongoing

Client: Nestle (Thai) Ltd. Completion: 2009

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Project Management, Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, MEP Design and Construction Management

complexity – on time, on schedule and within budget. Our delivery philosophy is to create a world-class client experience second to none and become our clients trusted advisors.


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3 Unilever Detergent Manufacturing Complex, Shanghai, China

4 Plaza Indonesia and Grand Hyatt, Jakarta, Indonesia

5 The Grand Ho Tram Strip, Vietnam

Detergent manufacturing plant including process building, warehouse, amenity/ office building and a chemical tank farm.

500-rooms five-star Grand Hyatt Hotel and retail mall.

Vietnam’s first integrated luxury resort featuring luxury hotels, Las Vegas-style casinos and 18-hole golf course designed by Greg Norman.

Client: Unilever Shanghai Co Ltd Completion: 1995 Project Management, Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering, Geotechnical and Construction Management

Client: PT Plaza Indonesia Realty Completion: 1989 Project Management and MEP Engineering

Client: Asian Coast Development (Canada) Ltd. (ACDL) Completion: 2013 Project Management, Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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7 Credit Suisse Regional Data Centre, Singapore

8 Signature Towers & Dubai Financial Market Business Bay, Dubai, UAE

Largest real estate project in the world comprising 34 towers with total floor area of five million square metres. Meinhardt is the Owner’s Representative to oversee project implementation and ensuring compliance with Owner’s requirements.

First Tier IV Data Centre in Singapore. Certified Green Mark Platinum.

81-storey office (357.5 metres), 65-storey hotel (291.6 metres), 52-storey residential (230.1 metres) towers and a 4-storey Stock Exchange Building.

Client: Rayadah Investment Company Completion: 2016 Client Representative (QAQC)

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Client: Dubai Properties Design Completion: 2009 Project Management, Lead Consultancy, Civil, Structural, MEP Engineering, Façade and Fire Engineering


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High-tech innovation centre comprising 28,000 square metres of offices, laboratories and a single storey pilot manufacturing. Client: Procter & Gamble Asia Pte Ltd Completion: 2011 Project Management, Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

10 CWT Distripark II, Singapore 4-storey automated warehouse development and office facility with one level basement parking. Client: CWT Distribution Ltd Completion: 1997 Project Management, Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

11 MTRC Yau Tong Station and Tunnels, TKO Line Extension, Kowloon East, Hong Kong Four platform interchange station and 1 kilometres of stacked cut and cover tunnels. Client: MTR Corporation Ltd Completion: 2003 Project Management, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

12 Downtown Line, Stage 3, Singapore Comprising nine kilometres tunnels and six underground stations, of which two are interchange stations. Client: Land Transport Authority Singapore Completion: 2018 Lead Consultant, Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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Public & Government Buildings Public and Government buildings have accessibility, security and operational requirements that are intrinsically different from commercial buildings. Based on our global experience with infrastructure and developments of different scale and complexity,

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Meinhardt is the appointed engineering firm for numerous public and government projects across the globe. Employing our comprehensive range of engineering and scientific services, we have designed many such large facilities that stand today.


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2 New Chancery for Singapore High Commission, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

3 Tamar Development (Programme No. 063KA), Admiralty, Hong Kong

Refurbishment of the Victoria Theatre and Concert Hall which has retained the façade design.

Re-development of Singapore High Commission in Kuala Lumpur comprises a 5-storey office building, a 2-storey residence and 1-level basement for car park.

Comprising Central Government Complex, the Legislative Council Complex, an open space and two elevated walkways.

Client: National Arts Council Completion: 2014 Façade Engineering

Client: Ministry of Foreign Affairs Completion: 2014

Client: Architectural Services Department D&B Contractor: Gammon – Hip Hing JV Completion: 2011

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6 Victorian County Court, Melbourne, Australia Judicial complex consists of three integrated buildings above two basement levels. Client: Multiplex Constructions (Vic) Pty Ltd Completion: 2002

7 The Sikh Centre, Singapore

8 Tanglin Community Centre, Singapore

7-Storey Sikh Temple and Community Centre.

Three-storey community centre.

Client: Central Sikh Gurdwara Board Completion: 1994 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

Client: People’s Association Completion: 1998 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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10 Kampung Baru Mosque Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

11 Methodist Church of Singapore, Upper Bukit Timah Road, Singapore

The 11-storey cultural centre will include art gallery, recital hall, multi-purpose hall and 530-seat auditorium.

New mosque – featuring a 85-foot tall minaret – can accommodate up to 5,000 people.

Client: Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Completion: 2016

Client: NRY Architects Sdn Bhd Completion: 2014

The Methodist Church in Singapore including Trinity Theological College, St Francis Methodist School and Methodist School of Music.

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Location: Singapore Client: National Parks Board, Singapore Architect: CPG Consultants and Wilkinson Eyre Landscape Architect: Grant Associates Civil and Construction Consultants: Meinhardt Infrastructure & Atelier One Structural Engineer (Conservatories Roof for NSC): Meinhardt Singapore Main Contractor: Woh Hup (Pte) Limited Awards: • MIPM Architectural Review Future Awards, 2009 • Design and Engineering Safety Excellence Awards 2012 (Flower Dome) • World Architectural Festival (WAF) 2012 • 2014 Thea Award for Outstanding Achievement – Botanical Garden

Gardens By The Bay, Bay South Spreading over 101 hectares, Gardens by the Bay is made up of three waterfront gardens – Bay South, Bay East and Bay Central. The largest at 54 hectares, Bay South showcases the best of tropical horticulture and garden artistry while Bay East at 32 hectares boasts a promenade frontage that embroiders the Marina Reservoir. The connector between Bay South

and Bay East is known as Bay Central, and stands at 15 hectares with a three-kilometre waterfront promenade that allows for scenic walks stretching from the city centre to the east of Singapore. As the Civil and Structural Engineer, Meinhardt worked in collaboration with Atelier One (UK) to design

the two Conservatories (Flower Dome and Cloud Forrest) and ancillary facilities, 18 Supertrees and devised a safe methodology for their construction. The team also undertook extensive analytical studies, including the study of the foundation system, with the use of some of the latest engineering software.

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Residential Fostering a comfortable living environment is an evolving business as consumers lead increasingly sophisticated lifestyles. Constantly looking from fresh perspective, our engineering solutions have helped customers realise their ideal

lifestyles associated with bespoke residential buildings. By pushing the boundaries of engineering, we have earned prestigious awards both locally and abroad for our market-leading innovations in the residential sector.

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55-storey residential tower. Winner of BCA Design and Engineering Safety Excellence Awards (Merit) in 2011.

67-storey residential tower. Winner of BCA Design and Engineering Safety Excellence Awards in 2014.

50 and 43-storey residential towers with 6-storey multi-level parking and retail podium, features three sky bridges.

Client: Marina Bay Residences Pte Ltd Completion: 2010

Client: Marina Bay Suites Pte Ltd Completion: 2013

Client: City Developments Ltd Completion: 2011

Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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4 Watertown Punggol, Singapore

5 City Square Residences, Singapore

Mixed-use development (office and residential) consisting of 930 homes and a 542,280 square feet office area, with a total built up area of 1.35 million square feet. Client: Far East Organisation, Frasers Centrepoint Limited and Sekisui House Ltd Completion: 2016

28/ 29/ 30-storey apartment towers, with three basement parking facilities. Client: City Developments Ltd Completion: 2008 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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7 The Sail @ Marina Bay, Singapore

Two 43-storey residential towers with three levels of basement.

70 and 63-storey iconic residential towers with aspect ratios of 10.9 and 10.2 respectively – one of the most slender buildings. Winner of BCA Design & Engineering Safety Excellence Awards, 2009.

Client: Wealthall Development Pte Ltd Completion: 2017 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

Client: City Developments Ltd and AIG Group, USA Completion: 2008 Civil, Structural, Geotechnical and MEP Engineering

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8 Newton GEMS, Singapore Featuring two identical 30-storey residential towers with a total of 190 units, with a total built up area of 31,200 square metres. Client: Great Eastern Life Assurance Co Ltd Completion: 2003 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

9 Concorde 368 Condominium, Singapore

10 The Venue Residences and Shoppes, Singapore

36-storey residential tower.

Four 16-storey residential towers and retail space at the podium. Total floor area of 29,000 square metres.

Owner: City Developments Ltd D&B Contractor: Dragages (Singapore) Pte Ltd Completion: 2014 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

Developer: City Developments Ltd Client / D&B Contractor: Dragages (Singapore) Pte Ltd Completion: 2017 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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12 Concourse Skyline, Singapore

13 Cliveden @ Grange, Singapore

43-storey tower with a total built up area of 66,000 square metres.

28 and 40-storey residential towers with total area of 110,080 square metres.

Client: Times Development Pte Ltd Completion: 2009

Client: Hong Fok Land Ltd Completion: 2014

Four blocks of 24-storey residential towers with two levels basement parking. Winner of BCA Green Mark Platinum Award in 2007.

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14 Livia Condominium, Singapore Ten blocks of 15 and 16-storey residential towers. Winner of BCA Green Mark Gold-Plus Award in 2009. Client: City Developments Ltd Completion: 2010 MEP Engineering

15 Woodlands N5C21 Housing Development, Singapore

16 Sengkang N2C19 Housing Development, Singapore

Eight blocks of 12-13/16-storey residential towers and 4-storey multi-storey carpark. The total area of 84,900 square metres.

Nine blocks of 17-storey residential towers and two 7-storey carparks. Total floor area of 223,540 square metres.

Client: Housing Development Board Completion: 2014

Client: Housing Development Board Completion: 1999

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Retail Malls Our ability to balance both functionality and aesthetics appeal is a driving factor for our appointment in many of these projects. Apart from ensuring a visually pleasing design externally, we also look to ensure that the layout internally is equally

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1 Mandarin Gallery, Singapore Major retrofitting project including conversion of an existing hotel lobby into a four-storey luxury mall with total floor area of 30,000 square metres. Client: Overseas Union Enterprise Ltd Completion: 2009 Civil, Structural and MEP Engineering

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practical and self-reinforcing. Our goal is to create welcoming environments and pleasant retail experiences for the customers together with the resultant business success for our clients.


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3 Seletar Mall, Singapore

The largest retail mall in Singapore with total floor area of 150,000 square metres.

4-storey retail mall and five levels of basements.

Owner: Mapletree Investments Pte Ltd Client / D&B Contractor: Penta Ocean Corporation Completion: 2006 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

Client: The Seletar Mall Pte Ltd Completion: 2014 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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5 Triple One Somerset, Singapore

6 JEM, Singapore

7-storey retail mall with three levels of basement at Orchard Road. Challenges include diverting the 10-metre wide Stamford canal and reconstructing the permanent canal to pass through the basement of the building. Winner of 2010 BCA Design and Engineering Safety Excellence Awards and IES Engineering Achievement Awards.

Conversion of Singapore Power Building to a new retail mall and office development.

Singapore’s third largest suburban mall with total floor area of 111,000 square metres of retail and office space.

Client: Pacific Star Group Completion: 2009

Client: Lend Lease Retail Investment 3 Pte Ltd Completion: 2013

Client: Bovis Lend Lease Pte Ltd Completion: 2009

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7 Paragon Shopping Centre, Singapore 6-storey premier retail mall and 14-storey medical suite/office with total floor area of 94,500 square metres. Client: Orchard 290 Pte Ltd Completion: 1987, 2002, 2009 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

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9 Marina Square, Singapore

4-storey retail mall and 13-storey office tower with total floor area of 21,000 square metres.

Retrofitting for 4-storey shopping mall with 2-level basement for retail space and parking.

Client: Wisma Development Pte Ltd Completion: 1986, 2004, 2012

Client: Marina Centre Holdings Pte Ltd Completion: 2006, 2014

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10 City Square Mall, Singapore 5-storey retail mall with a 4-storey annex block and two levels of basement. Total floor area of 72,000 square metres. Singapore’s First Eco-Mall with BCA Green Mark Platinum Award and LEED Gold. Client: City Developments Ltd Completion: 2009 Civil, Structural and Geotechnical Engineering

11 The ONE, Tsimshatsui, Hong Kong Tallest retail complex in Hong Kong with 21 storeys of retail, F&B and entertainment space. Client: Chinese Estates (The One) Limited Completion: 2010 MEP Engineering

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Location: Dubai, U.A.E Client: Emaar Properties PJSC Architect: DP Architects Pte Ltd Civil, Structural, Mechanical, Electrical and Façade Engineers: Meinhardt

The Dubai Mall The Dubai Mall is a centrepiece of Downtown Burj Dubai, a 500acre mega-development by Emaar Properties that was touted to be the new heart of the city. As the largest mall in the world, it occupies an area of 12 million square feet with 5.9 million square feet of internal retail floor area and 3.77 million square feet of gross leasable area. This is equivalent to the size of more than 50 international-class soccer pitches. Over 1,200 stores reside within this

mega complex, offering a retail mix unmatched by any other mall in the world. As a hallmark of world-class attractions, the Dubai Mall features a colossal aquarium showcasing sharks, rays and other fascinating marine life, the world’s largest Gold Souk (a type of traditional market), an Olympic sized ice rink and a spectacular outdoor water fountain illuminating the Mall’s promenade.

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Sports Facilities Perennially, many people enjoy sports activities. At Meinhardt, we see our role in this regard as facilitating and elevating the enjoyment of sports through our faรงade engineering, architectural and integrated design

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1 Sports Hub, Singapore Accredited checker for the Sports Hub, a state-of-the-art 55,000-seat stadium with a movable roof and retractable seating. Client: Dragages Singapore Pte Ltd Completion: 2014 Accredited Checking

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management capabilities. Over the years, we have been involved in the development of many sports facilities around the world, counting among their midst awardwinning and innovative structures.


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3 Kuwait Olympic Village, Kuwait

Checking consultant for the cable supported steel structure roof spanning 31 metres across the stadium. Resulted in savings of structural steel tonnage considerably.

Mega sports complex comprising 25,500-seat stadium, team and individual games halls, swimming complex, training track and field, international zone, athletes residential complex, mosque and Olympic flame tower with total built up area of 247,648 square metres.

Client: Housing Development Board Completion: 1996 Steel Structural Checking Consultant

Client: Public Authority for Housing Welfare Completion: 2016 Lead Consultancy, Civil, Structural, MEP, Architectural, Landscaping and Faรงade Engineering

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4 Mega Sports Complex, Ranchi, India 35,000 capacity athletics stadium with 8-lane practise track, three indoor stadiums, tennis centre, a 2,000-capacity aquatic centre and a shooting range. The state-of-the-art complex also includes two hostels and an administrative building. Client: Department of Art Culture, Sports & Youth Affairs, Government of Jharkhand Completion: 2010 Project Management, Lead Consultant, Civil and Structural, MEP Engineering and Construction Supervision

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6 Shah Alam Sports Stadium Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

16 grass, clay and acrylic outdoor tennis courts, six indoor courts and major sports science complex with injury, medical and rehabilitation facilities.

Main stadium in Kuala Lumpur with seating capacity of 80,000.

Client: Lawn Tennis Association Completion: 2007

Client: ZRR Completion: 1994 MEP Engineering

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Water & WasteWater Water distribution as well as waste treatment is critical to any country, developed or developing. Therefore, no matter where our project is located, we place great emphasis on synchronising the infrastructure we plan and design with the

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1 Safety Inspection of Dams, Singapore and Johor, Malaysia Safety Inspection of dams, dykes, barrage, spillway, tidal gates, intake towers and pipe tunnel for 16 dams and reservoirs in Singapore and Malaysia. Client: PUB Completion: 2015 Civil and Water/Environmental Engineering

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environment. Through embracing sustainability in our planning and development of these facilities, we have engineered many plants which are not only efficient and effective but also sustainable and in harmony with the environment.


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2 Upgrading of Bukit Timah Water Works and 27 Sewer Pumping Stations, Singapore

3 Dredging of Waterways in the Western Watershed, Singapore

4 Kranji Water Reclamation Plant, Singapore

Upgrading works to increase pumping capacity from 20 MIG to 25 MIG.

Dredging works at Sungei Ulu Pandan, Sungei Pandan, Sungei Peng Siang and Sungei Tengah.

Client: PUB Completion: 2015

Client: PUB Completion: 2014

Repair and modification of the dewatered sludge silo facility including re-designing and replacement of the odour treatment plant to cater for the higher capacity of extraction and treatment rate.

Civil, MEP and Water/Environmental Engineering

Civil and Water/Environmental Engineering

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5 Saigon River Water Supply Project, Vietnam

6 Sewerage & Drainage System for Bilaspur City, India

7 Lussaily Mega Strategic Storage Service Reservoir Phases I and II, Dubai, UAE

EPC Contract for water supply and treatment system for Ho Chi Minh City including raw water pumping station, pipelines and water treatment plant with capacity of 300,000 cubic metres per day.

267 kilometres sewer, 381 kilometres drainage and five STPs for population of 850,000 covering an area of 30,420 hectares.

Two semi-underground service reservoir, each with a capacity of 60 MIG (273,000 cubic metres).

Client: HCM City Water Supply Company Completion: 2003 Project Management, Design Review and Construction Management

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Client: Bilaspur Municipal Corporation Completion: 2010 Project Management and Construction Supervision

Client: Dubai Electricity and Water Authority Completion: 2015 Civil, Water and Environmental Engineering


Location: Lahore, Pakistan Client: Lahore Development Authority (LDA), Pakistan Project Management, Principal Consultant and Technical Advisor: Meinhardt

Ravi River, Pakistan The multibillion Ravi Riverfront Urban Development Project is a landmark project presently undertaken by Meinhardt for transforming the urban areas of Punjab province. Meinhardt team’s expert solutions are devised to break through the key challenges faced by the project, namely; the dying Ravi River’s development into a perennial freshwater body, attracting investors for high quality riverfront urban development, and meeting the scope of work defined by Pakistan’s Prime Ministerial Client and Lahore Development Authority.

Ravi riverfront urban development will be made successful with careful measures designed to maintain the river’s water flow at certain level, alleviating flooding and improving the river water quality through river training, dredging, construction of barrages, weirs and water bodies – to temporarily store excess surface water, and the introduction of wastewater treatment to prevent raw wastewater being directly discharged into the Ravi River. The execution of Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) model is sought as the best solution for the project implementation and management.

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