Sunday, 10 December 2017

Mayflower - Basic Structure Completion

The Mayflower Station has achieved the Basic Structure Completion (BSC) earlier this quarter, making it the first station along the entire line to do so. The T210 team accomplished this around 3 months ahead of schedule, an extremely remarkable feat in the MRT construction where most projects struggle to even meet the dateline.

Filling and reinstatement works are progressing over the roof slab as the RC works for the entrance and service superstructure takes place. Numerous road realignments will begin to take place around the site for the phased removal of the temporary steel road decking as part of the permanent works.

Several site visits have been facilitated for the various stakeholders surrounding the station following the milestone (Photo: SNGS Primary)
Mayflower Station
Entrance C & D
Entrance D. Flood preventive staircase constructed at the entrance landing
Entrance C. Flood preventive staircase constructed at the entrance landing
Entrance B & G
Superstructural works for the cooling tower taking place behind Entrance G

Cooling tower
Entrance B roof to ground structure completed. Waterproofing and superstructural works in progress

Ventilation shaft behind entrance E

Entrance E roof to ground structure completed

Backfilling works taking place below the steel deck
Footpath reinstatement over subway site
Realignment of Street 13 for removal of steel deck
Entrance F

Entrance A

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