Construction Period

October 2012 – July 2013 (9 mths)

Scope of Works

Maintenance Dredging


Tanjong Pagar, Keppel Brani Terminal

Dredging & Disposal

20,000 m³

Rock Revetment

760 m


The maintenance dredging project at Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, and Brani Terminal Defined Area in Singapore underscores the commitment to ensuring the operational efficiency and navigational safety of these vital maritime hubs. This project focuses on the removal of sediment and maintaining proper water depth.

Project Details:

  • Location: The project is strategically situated at Tanjong Pagar, Keppel, and Brani Terminals in Singapore, critical areas for maritime commerce and trade.

  • Scope: The core scope of this endeavor is maintenance dredging, a crucial activity for preserving navigational access and the uninterrupted flow of goods through these terminals.

Quantitative Highlights:

  • Dredging and Disposal: Approximately 20,000 cubic meters of sediment and debris are being carefully removed and disposed of to ensure that the waterways remain navigable and safe for vessels.

Construction Period: This vital project commenced in October 2012 and is set to conclude in July 2013, spanning a duration of 9 months. The project timeline reflects the diligence and precision required for efficient maintenance dredging operations.

This initiative underscores the significance of maintaining the accessibility and functionality of Singapore’s critical maritime infrastructure. By undertaking maintenance dredging, the project ensures that these terminals continue to play a pivotal role in regional and global trade.