Singapore - Arcadis supported the delivery of a large-scale community building that comprises of a wide-range of facilities such as medical, educational, sports, recreational, offices and eateries. It is the largest collocated project ever being conceptualised and built in Singapore and involved more than 10 different Government Agencies.
This development comprises of a regional library, a 20-court badminton hall, 6 swimming pools, a 5,000-seater stadium with a FIFA-approved football pitch and an art theatre. The Tampines Hub is the first public service centre in Singapore that provides a one-stop convenience for Tampines residents.
Arcadis was appointed as the project manager and was responsible for the procurement of the design consultant. Early stage involvement also included a residents’ engagement process, where feedback was gathered from more than 15,000 residents to understand their social, political, economic and environmental interests to inform the decision making of this project.
The research was carried out using various channels including social media, newsletters, roadshows and focus group discussions, delivering the results to the design team. This process was essential in shaping the design of the Hub, and to make it a truly People’s Hub.
This project was the first of its kind, and the team spent a considerable amount of time and effort to coordinate the design requirements. The process was a delicate balancing act to ensure every party’s interests were being taken care of. With the successful implementation and delivery of the project in August 2016, Arcadis was subsequently appointed to be project manager for various other Town Hubs.
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