Main Contractor

Penta Ocean / Koon, Hyundai ,Van Oord Joint Venture

Construction Period

October 2008 – June 2012

Scope of Works

Stone Supply


Pasir Panjang, Singapore

Stone Supply Works

1,256,977 m³


The reclamation project at Pasir Panjang Terminal, Singapore, managed by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), represents a significant effort in expanding and enhancing the terminal’s capabilities. This project focuses on the critical task of stone supply to support the terminal’s construction and development.

Project Details:

  • Main Contractor: The project is skillfully executed by a consortium comprising Penta Ocean, Koon, Hyundai, and Van Oord, showcasing the collaboration of international expertise in maritime infrastructure.

  • Location: The project site is strategically positioned at Pasir Panjang, Singapore, a vital hub for shipping and trade in the region.

  • Scope: The core scope of this project revolves around stone supply works, providing essential materials for construction and reclamation activities.

Quantitative Highlights:

  • Stone Supply Works: An impressive volume of 1,256,977 cubic meters of stone is being meticulously sourced, transported, and placed to support the reclamation and development of the terminal.

Construction Period: The project embarked on its journey in October 2008 and is set to culminate in June 2012, encompassing a duration of several years. This extended timeline underscores the magnitude of the stone supply operation and its significance in supporting the terminal’s expansion.

MPA’s involvement in this initiative is a testament to their commitment to advancing Singapore’s maritime infrastructure and ensuring the continued growth and efficiency of Pasir Panjang Terminal.