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Posted on 7 July, 2013

Elval Colour orofe on Marina Bay Resort, Singapore

Elval Colour orofe (coated aluminium coils for roofing systems) were used to cover 15.000 m2 of roofing construction in one of the most outstanding architectural projects of the decade, Marina Bay Resort.

Elval Colour orofe (coated aluminium coils for roofing systems) were used to cover 15.000 m2 of roofing construction in one of the most outstanding architectural projects of the decade, Marina Bay Resort. The complex of buildings, located in the Bay of Singapore, consists of 3 hotel towers with 2,560 guest rooms, a 120,000 m2 convention and exhibition center, a shopping mall, an art and science museum, 2 of 2,000 seat performance theatres, and over 1 million square feet of casino, retail, 6 restaurant and 2 floating pavilions. Elval Colour orofe successfully offer the exciting feeling of a wavy-look roofing; while at the same time certify its safety and ultimate quality.



The three 55-storey towers, designed by Moshe Safdie Architects, are topped by a 340 meter long platform containing the world’s largest rooftop swimming pool, on the roof of the boat-shaped ‘SkyPark’ on top of the three towers, measuring longer than the Eiffel tower laid down.
The Infinity Pool is one of the world’s largest outdoor pools, three times the length of an Olympic pool. Due to the profile of the roof, there are many large steel beams and structures and all this is done 200 meters above road level.



The Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort is part of a new development initiative within Singapore’s Marina Bay district. This $5.7 billion resort encompasses nearly 10 million square feet of mixed-use development and features and is expected to attract over 70,000 visitors daily while generate up to $72m each year.


 

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