Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower II Download PDF

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Height: Architectural 245 m / 804 ft
Height: Occupied 219.7 m / 721 ft
Height: To Tip 245 m / 804 ft
Floors Above Ground 50
Floors Below Ground 2
# of Elevators 27
Top Elevator Speed 7 m/s
Tower GFA 95,662 m² / 1,029,697 ft²
Development GFA 295,339 m² / 3,179,003 ft²


Official Name Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower II
Name of Complex Marina Bay Financial Centre
Structure Type Building
Status Completed
Country Singapore
City Singapore
Street Address & Map 8A Marina Boulevard
Building Function office
Structural Material concrete
Proposed 2005
Construction Start 2006
Completion 2010
Official Website Marina Bay Financial Centre
Rankings Click arrows to view the next taller/shorter buildings
Global Ranking #316 Tallest in the World
Regional Ranking #173 Tallest in Asia
National Ranking #8 Tallest in Singapore
City Ranking #8 Tallest in Singapore

Companies Involved

Owner/Developer BFC Development Pte Ltd
Design Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Architect of Record DCA Architects Pte Ltd
Structural Engineer
Design Meinhardt
MEP Engineer
Design Meinhardt
Project Manager Raffles Quay Asset Management Pte Ltd
Main Contractor Tiong Seng Contractors (Pte) Ltd
Material Supplier
• Cladding JORDAHL
• Sealants Dow Corning Corporation

About Marina Bay Financial Centre Office Tower II

Planned as a “city in a garden,” the Marina Bay Financial Center provides an integrated live-work-play development. A two phase development, Phase I comprises two office towers and one residential tower. Phase II will add a third office tower scheduled for completion in 2012, and a second residential tower in 2013. Fully integrated pedestrian routes offer easy connections between the various distinct parts of the development as well as to Singapore’s mass transit systems. Throughout the site, the groundscape provides for lively pedestrian activity along inviting public routes and plazas.

The towers have been developed as a grouping of crystalline forms, sculpted and chamfered to reflect light and provide a sense of depth to the surfaces. The façades of the commercial towers are defined by projecting horizontal sunshades, which provide unity to the development. The residential tower’s façade transforms itself from flat panels to louvers to recessed window openings. Projecting balconies give privacy to the interior of the apartments and act as significant shading devices.