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According to Business Times, the International Cruise Terminal (ICT) at Marina South will cost about $450 million to $500 million to build is expected to come on stream in end-2011.

The project was pushed back by a year after some tweaking of the design – the waterfront promenade will now be built on reclaimed land rather than concrete – resulting in a delay.

The 28,000 sq m ICT will double Singapore’s berth capacity from two to four, enabling more cruise ships to call on Singapore.

The land reclamation and dredging works – among other things – will be jointly conducted by
Penta-Ocean Construction, Toa Corporation and McConnell Dowell.

Hiap Shing has some crane barges and barges deployed for the project.