Project Objectives and Constraints

Marina Bay Sands Resort was to be build at the Marina South vicinity with a completed investment of over USD 8Billion dollars. MBS sought to power and light up their entire external areas which required extensive coordination with all vendors and government entities.


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Solution Overview

Cyclect provided project, safety, construction and installation teams and materials over a period of 24 months to complete all the works on schedule and on specification.

Key Success Factors

  • Management: detailed and careful planning, coordination and task execution by an organized and experienced project management team to complete the project on time and safely. Regular meetings were conducted to ensure safe and acceptable execution methods, schedules, quality issue. Appropriate response and action were carried out for issues discussed. This ensured the project was always on the right track.
  • Methodology: reviewed all methods for approaching the work for the efficient and cost effective methodology. Work sequence was planned according to factors in all site constraints to achieve smooth site operation. Specialized machinery and equipment were deployed to help increase productivity of site operation.
  • Manpower: Competent, experienced and skillful manpower were engaged for this project. Each job was assigned to an appropriately skilled personnel, which minimized mistakes and ensured workmanship quality. This project was executed with longer working hours including weekends.



The successful completion of the project with all required scope completed according to client’s specifications and demands.

About Marina Bay Sands Resort

Marina Bay Sands is an integrated resort fronting Marina Bay in Singapore. At its opening in 2010, it was billed as the world’s most expensive standalone casino property at S$8 billion