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Tanjong Pagar

Location:

Tanjong Pagar

Country:

Singapore

Client:

Guocoland

Architect:

Skidmore, Ownings & Merrill LLP, Architects 61 Pte Ltd

Services:

Design Engineers of the Mechanical and Electrical Services & QP of the Mechanical & Electrical System.

Meinhardt’s MEP team is working on an iconic mixeduse development which is set to be the tallest building in Singapore.

Building on solid foundations of peerless experience and expertise in the field of tall buildings, the Tanjong Pagar Centre is set to be the jewel in the crown of Meinhardt’s extensive involvement in the portfolio of new developments taking shape in Singapore’s new Downtown. Throwing down the gauntlet to newer developments such as the Marina Bay Financial Center, the new 290-metre skyscraper will break current height records in the Republic – spearheading an exciting new wave of regeneration in Tanjong Pagar whilst adding to Meinhardt’s already towering reputation for providing innovative and buildable designs. Expected to be completed by 2016, the mixed-use development will feature Grade A offices, retail, a hotel, as well as Clermont Residence, Singapore’s highest residences. The development also offers connectivity to Tanjong Pagar MRT station. Appointed as the Design Engineers of the Mechanical and Electrical Services & QP of the Mechanical & Electrical System, the team is committed to providing a design which meets the multi-tier MCST requirements with minimised GFA for the M&E Services Plant Rooms as well as to ensure flexibility in provision for future tenancy works. The team’s design for the proposed Electrical Sub-Station also includes a contestable scheme for commercial purposes. Above all that, Meinhardt strives to provide engineering solutions for award-winning developments and Tanjong Pagar Centre is no exception. In line with achieving the best built environment for Singapore, the team will ensure that the proposed design of the M&E services meets the Green Mark Platinum and LEED requirements, striking a delicate balance between engineering excellence and sustainability for the future.