JTC Sand Supply

Construction Period

October 2012 – July 2013 (9 mths)

Scope of Works

Maintenance Dredging


Tanjong Pagar, Keppel Brani Terminal

Dredging & Disposal

20,000 m³

The JTC Sand Supply project represents a critical aspect of maintaining the operational efficiency and navigational safety of the Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, and Brani Terminals in Singapore. This endeavor focuses on the vital task of maintenance dredging to ensure safe vessel navigation.

Project Details:

  • Location: The project is situated within the Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, and Brani Terminal Defined Area in Singapore. These terminals play a significant role in facilitating maritime commerce and trade.

  • Scope: The primary objective of this project is maintenance dredging, an essential operation that involves the careful removal of accumulated sediment and debris from the waterways, thereby ensuring safe and efficient vessel navigation.

Quantitative Highlights:

  • Dredging and Disposal: Approximately 20,000 cubic meters of sediment and debris are meticulously dredged from the waterways and responsibly disposed of, preserving navigational access and safety.

Construction Period: The project officially commenced in October 2012 and successfully concluded in July 2013. This timeline spans nine months, underscoring the meticulous planning and execution required for efficient maintenance dredging operations.

This initiative highlights the significance of JTC’s role in maintaining the accessibility and functionality of Singapore’s critical maritime infrastructure. Through the implementation of maintenance dredging, the project actively contributes to the continued success of these terminals in facilitating regional and global trade.