MoD – Safti-City Military Training Facility – Singapore - Project Profile
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The Ministry of Defence, Singapore (MINDEF) is planning to build a military training facility in the Northwestern region, Singapore.
The project involves the construction of a military training facility comprising more than 200 buildings on 88ha of land and it will be developed in sectors.
The sector1 includes the construction of a petrochemical complex, warehouses, and container parks.
The sector2 includes the construction of high-rise buildings, low-rise residences, an MRT station with multiple exits and a bus interchange.
The project includes the construction of Instrumented Battle Circuits, a running track, a drill pad, war skills area and related facilities.
On March 3, 2017, MINDEF unveiled the project plans.
As of August 2017, planning activities are underway.
The SAFTI City project involves the construction of a military training facility comprising more than 200 buildings on 88ha of land in the Northwestern region, Singapore.
The US$638 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a petrochemical complex
2. Construction of warehouses
3. Construction of container parks
4. Construction of high-rise buildings
5. Construction of low-rise residences
6. Construction of an MRT station with multiple exits
7. Construction of a bus interchange
8. Construction of instrumented battle circuits
9. Construction of a running track
10. Construction of a drill pad
11. Construction of war skills area
12. Construction of related facilitiesReasons To Buy
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