MARINA AT KEPPEL BAY

CLIENT

PARK CREEK METROPOLITAN DISTRICT

 

LOCATION

DENVER, COLORADO

 

SERVICES

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, PLANNING

Marina at Keppel Bay

The Marina at Keppel Bay was a former shipyard containing four large dry docks. The Project converted this industrial-use site into a world class 168 berth marina accommodating superyachts up to 280’. Located on the Southern coast of Singapore, the project was named “Best New Asian Marina/Yacht Club” at the Christofle Asian Boating Awards in 2008, and was the first Marina Industries Association of Australia Certified Clean Marina in Asia. Subsequently, the marina earned the 5 Gold Anchors rating for excellence in service and facilities, the highest rating available from MIAA.

 

Ronald Schults was responsible for the initial feasibility study that outlined how the development of an international destination marina and yacht club at this location could increase the value of adjacent residential development projects. The marina project created value and economic development potential that has ultimately led to the creation of Reflections at Keppel Bay, which includes approximately 3,000 upscale residential units, a showpiece development designed by Daniel Libeskind. The marina itself includes both transient and seasonal berths.

 

The initial financial and marine feasibility studies – which also included coastal studies, marine traffic study, berthing layout (tender and selection), bridge protection risk assessment and advisement, Phase II marina expansion feasibility, and general marina consultancy services – created the necessary confidence within the Singaporean authorities to accept their initial concepts and approve the project contingent on satisfying the concerns of several special interest groups.

Marina at Keppel Bay

The Marina at Keppel Bay was a former shipyard containing four large dry docks. The Project converted this industrial-use site into a world class 168 berth marina accommodating superyachts up to 280’. Located on the Southern coast of Singapore, the project was named “Best New Asian Marina/Yacht Club” at the Christofle Asian Boating Awards in 2008, and was the first Marina Industries Association of Australia Certified Clean Marina in Asia. Subsequently, the marina earned the 5 Gold Anchors rating for excellence in service and facilities, the highest rating available from MIAA.

 

Ronald Schults was responsible for the initial feasibility study that outlined how the development of an international destination marina and yacht club at this location could increase the value of adjacent residential development projects. The marina project created value and economic development potential that has ultimately led to the creation of Reflections at Keppel Bay, which includes approximately 3,000 upscale residential units, a showpiece development designed by Daniel Libeskind. The marina itself includes both transient and seasonal berths.

 

The initial financial and marine feasibility studies – which also included coastal studies, marine traffic study, berthing layout (tender and selection), bridge protection risk assessment and advisement, Phase II marina expansion feasibility, and general marina consultancy services – created the necessary confidence within the Singaporean authorities to accept their initial concepts and approve the project contingent on satisfying the concerns of several special interest groups.

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