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Fernvale Flora


Fernvale  Flora is located in the western part of Sengkang, within the town’s  Fernvale neighbourhood. The development is bounded by Sengkang West Way  and Fernvale Road and comprises four 23 to 26 storey residential blocks,  offering a total of 521 units of 2, 3 and 4 room standard flats.


 Nestled  in the heart of District 15, D’Castilia gives you the lushness and  sophistication you have come to expect from an exclusive freehold  boutique development.  

Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort

Our  completed projects within the Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort (“MBS  IR”) included three trade contracts for fitting-out and building works.  The trade contract works consist of, amongst other things, all front and  back of house architectural builders’ work and finishes in the casino,  lobbies and theatre areas. The casino in MBS IR is the largest casino in  the world. 

Telok Blangah Ridgeview


Located  in Bukit Merah town and bounded by Telok Blangah Heights and Telok  Blangah Street 32, Telok Blangah Ridgeview comprises three residential  blocks of 12- and 25-storeys. Choose from 492 units of 3- and 4-room  Standard flats.

Asimont Villas


Asimont  Villas is a Strata Housing Development of 21 numbers of 3-storey  dwelling units with basement car park and communal facilities located in  the Bukit Timah area of Barker Road/Asimont Lane.

Tanah Merah Station (Contract T315)

Client : Land Transport Authority

Completion Year : 2024 (In progress)

Bukit Panjang Station (DTL2 - Contract C912)

Client : Land Transport Authority

Completion Year : 2015

Circle Line (Contract 823 & 828)

Client : Land Transport Authority

Completion Year : 2009

Industrial Development At Woodlands North Coast

Client : JTC Corporation

Completion Year : 2020 (In progress)

High-Specification Industrial Building 

Client : DBS Trustee Limited as Trustee of Mapletree Industrial Trust

Completion Year : 2018

Mapletree Logistics Hub - Toh Guan Road East

Client : HSBC Institutional Trust Services (Singapore) Limited as Trustee of Mapletree Logistics Trust

Completion Year : 2016

Commercial Property in Serangoon (formerly known as The Verge)

Client : Corwin Holding Pte Ltd

Completion Year : 2019 (In progress)

Northpoint City

Client : North Gem Development Pte Ltd and FC North Gem Trustee Pte Ltd as trustee-manager of North Gem Trust 

Completion Year : 2018 (In progress)

Kampung Admiralty

Client : Housing & Development Board

Completion Year : 2017

The Glades

Client : Sherwood Development Pte Ltd

Completion Year : 2016


Koniambo Nickel Project

Pacific Islands

Koniambo is one of the largest and highest grade undeveloped nickel resources in the world and has a nominal capacity to produce 60,000 tonnes of nickel per annum. The Socalmo PSICG JV was awarded three construction packages for the Koniambo Nickel Project in November 2010. The project included the construction of a new nickel refinery complete with a power station near Koné in the North Province of New Caledonia.

Our scope of works comprised the construction of an ore preparation plant, overland conveyors, wet ore stockpile, coal stockpile, storage tanks, and above and underground pipe works. The Koniambo Nickel Project is the JV’s second nickel sector infrastructure project in New Caledonia, after the successful delivery of the Goro Nickel Port Project in 2006 with Socalmo.


Gold Coast Light Rail Project - Australia 

Customer: Queensland Government 

Location: Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia

Contract type: Design and Construct

Construction Period: 2.5 years

Fast Facts

13km of light rail system, including 26,700m of rail laid end to end and precision aligned within 2mm

16 light rail stations, including one sub-surface station

6 bridge/viaduct structures, totalling more than 1,500m in length

A state of the art tram depot and control centre

Project wide rail systems interface

Landscaping and urban design

Relocation or upgrade of 30,000km of underground services

50km of primary and secondary roads managed and 56 intersections upgraded during construction


Pago Pago Airport Runway Overlay 

Customer: American Samoa Government, Department of Port Administration (DPA) and Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) 

Location: Pago Pago, American Samoa 

Contract Type:  Measure and value  

Contract Value: USD9.57 million 

Fast Facts

  • 18,000 tonnes of asphalt produced in the onsite plant in 6 months 
  • 850 tonnes of imported bitumen from Fiji 
  • 310,000 litres of diesel has been used to manufacture, transport and deliver the      project 
  • 17,000 tonnes of crushed aggregate supplied by PSICG internal quarry 
  • 5,000 m3 of old runway pavement removed 
  • Achieved  an average PWL Score of 96/100 for Quality compliance 
  • 0 LTIRFR
  • 0 TRIFR


Rapid Growth Project 6 Marine Works 

Customer: BHP Billiton Iron Ore Pty Ltd

Location: Port Headland, Western Australia, Australia. 

Contract type:  Construct only

Construction Period: 1.5 years

The contract involved the construction of two additional iron ore export berths at Nelson Point inside the harbour at Port Hedland, Western Australia. The scope included 17 berthing dolphins, 16 topside modules and 300 piles.

Following the success of the Rapid Growth Project 5, PSICG was awarded the Rapid Growth Project 6 Marine Works contract by BHP Billiton Iron Ore Pty Ltd in May 2010.

The McConnell Dowell team maximized the use of modularisation to improve construction efficiencies, reduce on-site labour and ensure a quality outcome. A Heavy Lift Vessel was mobilised to bring large wharf deck modules from China to site and lift them into place. PSICG Batam fabrication facility and Perth precast yard also contributed to the modular solution, with temporary works items and precast wharf deck panels.

The project, completed in September 2011, has maintained the positive relationship between McConnell Dowell and BHP Billiton in the delivery of key port infrastructure to sustain expansion from their Pilbara operations.


Wyndham Vale Train Stabling

Customer: LXRA and VLINE 

Location: Melbourne, Victoria 

Contract type:  Construct 

Construction Period: 3 years

Under the Western Program Alliance, PSICG are currently constructing the Wyndham Vale Train Stabling Facility, north of Wyndham Vale Station.  

The facility will be completed in early 2020 and will replace the existing stabling near Footscray, to be removed as part of the West Gate Tunnel Project.  

The project will involve construction of a stabling yard capable of holding six V/Line trains, driver facilities and a bypass track connected to the Geelong line.  

The Alliance is well-placed to undertake these works in the west, having recently completed their first two level crossing removal projects ahead of schedule, and also recently commencing the Aviation Road level crossing removal project in Laverton. 


Dryandra Road Underpass

The Dryandra Road Works contract is a significant structural element of the New Parallel Runway (NPR) for Brisbane Airport Corporation (BAC). 

The Dryandra Road Project is a reinforced concrete 4-lane underpass structure, supported on approximately 700 precast concrete piles including 1.5km of roadway, extensive utilities works, including a full underpass fit out with portions of taxiway and airfield road mounted atop the underpass structure. 

Key to Success  

The underpass will allow vehicular access either side of the new linking taxiways, which will be constructed as part of the NPR project to connect the new runway in the west to the passenger terminals and existing runway system in the east. PSICG has included sheet piles in the solution, which results in reduced excavation, better construction access and stability.  

Our temporary sheet piling solution is simple and presents the project team and BAC with low risk through reduced marine mud settlement and reduced future taxiway settlement. This, coupled with the installation of precast piles from above the water table, removes five (5) weeks from the critical program and further risk associated with instability, settlement and inundation.  

The Challenge


  • Methodology  to mitigate risk, and based on well thought out and tried and tested      solutions
  • Understand documentation required, including Approvals - and set up to deliver this.
  • Right team available- right team in the right positions
  • 3rd  party interfaces, effective access and egresses, services, Telstra, ASA & PUP installation & commissioning and any downtime, causing disruption to Airport Users.
  • Very large concerns around windblown sand, line of sight and temporary lighting.

The Solution  

Our construction methodology is safe, simple and minimal risk.  

Our sheet piling solution reduces the overall excavation volumes, and will: 

  • Reduce the underpass excavation by 61%, and result in 66% less backfill quantity.
  • Remove the constraint of a linear program as access is possible along both sides of the entire underpass.
  • Remove dewatering installation, dewatering draw down, and PASS treatment from the      critical path.
  • Remove the risk of future settlement of the taxiway as the material adjacent to the underpass remains undisturbed.
  • Eliminate stability issues of the open excavation embankments, and reduces      susceptibility of the Project to weather events.
  • •Allow services along the new alignment as an option, to be installed ahead of the traffic switch to Dryandra Road, removing further program risk.

Our dewatering solution, paired with the sheet piling solution, will deliver: 

  • Reduced duration and removal of this activity from the critical path
  • Reduced cost by reducing the number of dewatering wells 
  • Reduced dewatering volume by a third to 2.5 ML /day as the area being dewatering is      reduced by 69%.

Our precast piling solution of installing piles from above the water table, shown below, will result in:


  • Earlier and unimpeded access for the piling rigs to install precast piles
  • Effective and efficient delivery of piles directly to the piling rigs
  • A smaller piling platform that enhances rig stability and reduces heaving risk from the marine muds
  • Reduced piling vibrations thus reducing the risk of destabilising the excavation sides
  • Reduced excavation area by 69% removing the risk of excavation impoundment 

By installing precast piles from +4 m AD, earlier commencement of the piling is achieved. Risk to the program is further reduced by working above the water table, on the sand mattress, therefore mitigating any stability issues of the excavation, including and likely heaving of the working platform. Similarly, the Project is not materially affected by wet weather.  

Our sheet piling solution will remove the unpredictable activities of dewatering installation, dewatering drawdown and PASS treatment approval being removed from the critical path. The sheet piling also makes the site roads adjacent to the underpass possible, which ensure access along the entire underpass, removing the constraint of a linear project due to access issues. This will result in a flexible program, delinks over 80% of the activities, and allows the ability to accelerate all or parts of the Project if required. 

These well considered construction methodologies deliver a flexible program, while making the Project resilient to weather events resulting in surety of program.  


Swanson Dock East Berth 1

Customer:  Port of Melbourne 

Location: Melbourne 

Contract type:  Fixed Price Lump Sum, Construct only, 

Construction Period: 2 years

Project Capabilities

Civil Marine

PSICG was engaged to remediate and strengthen the Swanson Dock East Berth One wharf within the Port of Melbourne. 

The wharf consists of a concrete slab on ground that is founded on timber piles with earth back fill being retained by a sheet pile wall at the rear half of the structure and steel piles at the front half. 

The structure was built in the 1970s and over time the tops of the timber piles have degraded and some of the earth back fill has sunk. This has resulted in the subsidence of the concrete wharf slab and crane rails which impacted upon the ability of the ship to shore cranes and straddle carriers to traverse the wharf within operating tolerances. 

To arrest further subsidence, the wharf required strengthening. Releveling works were also undertaken to match the deck and crane rail levels to the adjacent terminal infrastructure at the rear of the wharf. 

To achieve this, the scope included installation of through deck piles, deck and crane rail re-levelling. The Port of Melbourne also included, general remediation works such as removal of defective concrete, crack repair, and fender beam rehabilitation and replacement of fenders within the Contract scope. 

The project was conducted within Australia’s busiest container terminal facility directly adjacent to fully functioning stevedoring activities. 

This resulted in the works being confined to a small footprint in order to minimise any impacts to the terminal operator. 


The project had two distinct phases: the Early Contractor Involvement (ECI) Phase which included early procurement engagement, and the Site Construction Phase. 

The Project was a collaborative, construct only contract, working closely with the client, Port of Melbourne, and their engineering consultant AECOM. 

The ECI phase had a two and a half-month duration during which PSICG worked closely with the Project team to identify design and construction innovations. These innovations were market leading resulting in significant project benefits realised by stakeholders. 

A key deliverable recognised during the ECI planning was to ensure that the construction works were undertaken and sequenced such that they did not impact upon the terminal operator outside the construction footprint. 

The detailed sequencing undertaken within the ECI ensured this deliverable was achieved, and provided an accelerated start on-site following on from the main Contract award. 


The construction phase was principally focussed on executing the works within the site footprint safely, without interrupting terminal operations. 

To achieve this goal, the project team regularly engaged with the various stakeholders to develop the construction program. This agreed program was then strictly adhered to by the project team. 

Consistently honouring the commitments made during the ECI phase helped to maintain and foster the positive relationship between PSICG and the project stakeholders. 


During the detailed design phase of the ECI process, it was discovered that the deck could not be loaded with heavy construction equipment for a significant period of the project. This posed a challenge to understand how the through deck piles could be installed with this restriction. PSICG temporary works designers, in conjunction with the nominated piling subcontractor, developed a grillage beam arrangement that transferred the loading from the piling temporary works onto strong points within the deck footprint. This ensured the works could remain confined within the site footprint whilst achieving program. 

The significant amount of remediation works required to the existing fender beams presented a key safety and environmental challenge. Defective concrete had to be removed and reinstated along the vertical face of the quay-line (front and back) and along the soffit. The project team identified the key to ensuring the works could be executed safely and efficiently was by ensuring safe stable access was provided to the workforce. To achieve this, bespoke fender access frames were designed and fabricated. These frames provided safe access and environmental capture of demolition materials.