Penta-Ocean Construction Co Ltd

Construction Period

April 2010 – December 2011 (21 Mths)

Scope of Works

Stone Revetment Works
Sand Trimming Works
Geofabric Works


Marina South, Singapore

Stone Revetment Works

81,319 m³

Sand Trimming Works

32,390 m³

Geofabric Works

59,224 m²

Project Spotlight: International Cruise Terminal, Singapore

Project Overview: YTC Construction is honored to have played a pivotal role in the realization of the International Cruise Terminal in Marina South, Singapore. Our scope encompassed essential marine structures and ancillary works, underscoring our commitment to precision and excellence in construction.

Key Project Details:

  • Location: Marina South, Singapore
  • Stone Revetment Works: A substantial undertaking, involving 81,319 cubic meters of stone, to fortify and protect the shoreline.
  • Sand Trimming Works: Precision-driven sand trimming across 32,390 cubic meters, ensuring the landscape’s integrity.
  • Geofabric Works: Covering 59,224 square meters, geofabric was meticulously installed for enhanced stability and resilience.
  • Construction Period: From April 2010 to December 2011, a total of 21 months dedicated to shaping this monumental maritime structure.

This project is a testament to our expertise in marine construction, underscoring our dedication to engineering excellence. YTC Construction remains committed to creating enduring marine infrastructure that stands the test of time, ensuring safe and efficient maritime operations in Singapore.