Suntec City Singapore
- Location: Singapur
- Architects: AEDAS Pte. Ltd., Singapore
- Completion: 2015
- Client: Ara Trust Management (Suntec) Ltd Singapore /Harmony Convention Holding Pte Ltd
- Scope of work: Canopies of a single layer MERO block node system
In 1984, Singapore’s then Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew invited a selected group of Hong Kong businessmen to invest in Singapore. Led by Mr Tan Sri Frank Tsao, the consortium proceeded to develop Suntec City as a landmark of architectural excellence and a modern, vibrant commercial centre.
Suntec ('Xin Da' in Chinese) means ‘new achievement’ and is intended to symbolize the future of the explosively growing Asian market. Designed as a ‘city within the city’, Suntec City offers a wide variety of shopping and leisure venues on a generously proportioned area. It comprises 5 office towers, a shopping mall, and an international convention and exhibition centre, all connected by street level plazas, streets, walkways, and courtyards. A striking fountain is the central feature of the area.MERO Asia Pacific was awarded the contract for the remaking of the facades, which was successfully completed in 2014.
In addition to the three canopies which were designed by MERO Germany, MERO Asia Pacific constructed the following scope:
|All-glass facades with glass fins:||12,300 m²|
|Diverse claddings:||12,000 m²|
|Unitized facades:||5,300 m²|
|Mullion and transom facades||1,600 m²|
|Canopies (MERO BK system)||2,700 m²|