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Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)

The Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) is a heavy rail rapid transit system that spans across the whole of Singapore. Engaged as the Peer Reviewer to conduct performance-based assessment for the 17 MRT stations.

  • Pioneer
  • Clementi
  • Tampines
  • Pasir Ris
  • Yishun
  • Khatib
  • Lakeside
  • Choa Chu Kang
  • Boon Lay
  • Ang Mo Kio
  • Eunos
  • Jurong East
  • Buona Vista
  • Raffles Place
  • Tanjong Pagar
  • Bishan
  • City Hall

Changi Airport Terminal 4

Changi Airport Terminal 4 is Singapore’s fifth passenger terminal, replacing the former Singapore Changi Airport Budget Terminal.


Feasibility studies with value-engineering inputs were carried to test and validate the original performance-based designs for the Design-and-Build project.


Extensive CFD modelling and evacuation simulation were conducted to assess the effectiveness of the natural and mechanical smoke control system.

Woodlands Bus Interchange

Woodlands Bus Interchange located at Woodlands Avenue 2, Singapore, is a development which comprises of a bus interchange and an MRT station.


Engaged as the Qualified Person (QP) and the Fire Safety Engineer (FSE), full performance-based submission for the engineered smoke control system in the concourse of the bus interchange was carried out using CFD modelling and evacuation modelling.

New Islamabad International Airport - Pakistan

New Islamabad International Airport, in Pakistan is its first greenfield civil aerodrome which marks a new era in developing world-class aviation facilities in Pakistan. The Benazir Bhutto International Airport’s (BBIA) Passenger Terminal Building is designed to take a capacity of 6.5 million passengers per annum.


It employs environmentally sustainable design strategies such as daylighting and sun shading to reduce energy use as part of an intelligent envelope, together with an elongated, elevated driveway-length front portal.


Feasibility studies were conducted to assess the adequacy of the original fire safety measures in terms of means of escape provisions in accordance with International Fire Code requirements. CFD modelling and evacuation simulation were conducted to validate the adequacy of the extended travel distances.

Jet Aviation Hangar

Jet Aviation, a wholly owned subsidiary of General Dynamics (NYSE: GD), was founded in Basel, Switzerland in 1967 and is one of the leading business aviation services companies in the world.


The new 3,850-square-meter hangar was built to help meet the increasing demand for local business aviation services.


Due to the site location with the existing hangars in operation, full performance-based submission was needed to address challenging deviations such as fire compartmentation, extended discharge distances from existing exit staircases to external and insufficient setback distances from the notional boundary.


Performance-based smoke control system by natural means was provided as one of its mitigating measures to address the non-compliances.

Tan Son Nhat International Airport Terminal 3 – Vietnam

Tan Son Nhat International Airport is the largest airport located in the north of Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon). The new Terminal 3 is constructed to expand its passenger capacity by about 80 per cent to cope with the rising number of passengers.
SHEVS IFT was engaged to carry out fire engineering assessments to demonstrate the life safety criteria of the occupants are met in accordance with international standards.

Tan Son Nhat


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