With the backing of expertise from SINTEF, Singapore is aiming to develop huge floating structures capable of dealing with the city’s critical lack of space. Entire floating districts are among the city’s visions for the future. In the presence of Singapore's presidential couple and the Norwegian king and queen, no fewer than ten agreements covering research cooperation between Norway and the Asian city-state were recently signed at the Oslo headquarters of the Research Council of Norway.
SINTEF has already been involved for more than a decade in the development of underground engineering projects for various purposes in Singapore, together with Norway's Multiconsult and local company Tritech. The signing ceremony in Oslo included the official launch of a new project with which SINTEF Ocean and SINTEF Building and Infrastructure are already well under way. Read More