BOUYGUES CONSTRUCTION AUSTRALIA

Sports Hub

CLIENTSingapore Sports Council
CONTRACTFinancing, Design, Construction and Operation
FINANCINGPublic-private partnership (PPP)
CERTIFIEDGreen Mark® Gold Plus 2010
4,000 m²
of photovoltaic panels produce the electricity required for the stadium’s global energy consumption.

In Singapore, on a 35-hectare waterfront site, Bouygues Construction has built a vast complex dedicated to sports and recreational activities on the original site of the National Stadium and former aiport which was demolished in 2010.

This public-private partnership (PPP) contract, includes the financing, design, construction and operation for 25 years of a complex incorporating a number of unique sporting facilities: a 55,000-seat stadium, a covered 6,000-seat aquatic centre plus a recreational swimming pool for the general public, a fully modular 3,000-seat sports arena, an exhibition centre, a sports museum and offices for sports federations, as well as retail outlets and restaurants.

The entire precinct covers 41,000 m2.

Constructed for the Singapore Ministry of Youth and Sport, this gigantic project applies the most stringent environmental standards: high-performance building envelopes, centrally produced energy via 4,000 m² of solar panels that provide for the stadium’s general consumption, installation of heat pumps, recovery and recycling of rainwater for watering the green spaces, etc.

Through a variety of technical systems, it has been possible to achieve 26% savings on energy by comparison with the construction code currently in force.

Awarded the Green Mark® Gold label, the stadium features a major innovation in terms of comfort: a retractable roof allowing natural ventilation, combined with air-conditioned stands, providing particularly hospitable conditions for spectators in a city with an equatorial climate.