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As part of our growth and service improvements, all of Ramboll's offices in Singapore will come together under one roof from 3 June 2019 at our new location: 20 Harbour Drive, #02-01, Singapore 117612
Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia will soon be connected by a high speed rail network. The Singapore terminus will be located in the Jurong East area of Singapore.
Vertix Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd (Vertix) conducted the full transport master planning for the Mandai project, including Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA), design of all transport infrastructures, microsimulation of vehicular and pedestrian traffic, and study on the ridership forecasts of a future People Mover System (PMS).
Vertix have been contracted by LTA to conduct thousands of surveys over a three year period. The surveys include traditional traffic counts in addition to speed and noise level recording. Surveys are conducted through an on-call arrangement with LTA whereby urgent and non-urgent surveys can be requested.
Vertix Asia-Pacific Pte Ltd (Vertix) have developed a transport masterplan and traffic impact assessment for an integrated university campus to unite all SIT campuses in a single facility in Punggol.
The Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore is developing the Tuas Terminal to consolidate container terminal activities. In addition to this, there are a number of other potential developments on and around the terminal area.
Vertix were contracted by LTA to assist in the design of 12 new bus interchanges. As part of the services, Vertix conducted pedestrian and vehicle microsimulation models of the interchanges, and provided turnkey traffic impact assessment (TIA) services. Each interchange presented unique challenges that Vertix helped to address through design.
Vertix provided transport modelling services for the new rapid transit system between Singapore and Malaysia. The multi-modal model included transit facilities, immigration checkpoint queueing, customs inspection operations, and fare gate modelling.
Singapore are constructing a new mass rapid transit (MRT) line called the Cross Island Line (CRL), which will run from Changi Airport to Tuas. The line will enhance connectivity from the centre of Singapore to east and west industrial regions, the airport, and the Jurong Lake District, which will be Singapore’s new central business district.
Woodlands hospital is a large full service hospital being developed in northern Singapore. It contains a large emergency facility as well as a community hospital, specialist outpatient clinics and nursing home.
Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) is a world-class mixed-use development with major public attractions demanding high volumes of traffic, public transport and pedestrian connectivity. Vertix staff have worked on the RWS transport concept as-constructed today for 12 years, and continue to help RWS improve connectivity for the future.
Vertix designed all transport facilities for a large mixed use development in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The project included two carparks, three dropoff areas, two development accesses, and micro-simulation models of the entire facility to optimise the design.
Vertix led the transportation planning masterplan for a significant new development in Qingdao, China. The development can be considered as a new city centre and comprises an educational district, hotels and resorts, retail malls, a convention centre and financial district.
Vertix advised architects regarding all transport facilities in a major new mixed use development in Colombo, Sri Lanka. This has included multi-storey car park access and circulation as well as pedestrian, taxi and public transport considerations.
Nearing construction completion, South Beach owners and operators identified a number of access and circulation issues within the site. Vertix was commissioned to carry out a full review of the design and operations, and propose improvements / mitigation measures to ensure the safety and efficiency of users
Tradewinds Square is a large mixed use development proposed in central Kuala Lumpur. With two towers, one of them in the range of super-tall skyscrapers, a shopping mall, hotel and residential component, the transport demands were significant.