Over the years, Keller has provided geotechnical solutions for large and small projects across Asia. Our global connections give us a broad knowledge base and access to specialized equipment, and our local presence enables us to respond quickly to our customers’ needs.
This page features projects performed by Keller ASEAN companies in recent years.
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Likened to James Cameron’s fictional world of Pandora (from the hit film Avatar), Gardens by the Bay is made up of 50 m tall illuminated supertrees, skywalks, water features and conservatory domes. Resource Piling installed over 1,500 piles for various structures of this attraction. The piles ranged from 600 mm to 1,200 mm in diameter.
Keller installed Vibro stone columns in very soft clay and laid geogrids to improve 12,000 square meters of working platform for the upgrading works in an offhsore oil and gas fabrication yard in Vung Tau, Vietnam.
Keller along with its subsidiaries, Resource Piling and Ansah Asia installed over 2,400 Bored piles, Driven reinforced concrete piles and Micropiles of various diameters as foundations for the development of 5 blocks of condominiums and commercial buildings at Puteri Harbour, Johor, Malaysia.
Keller used the Vibro Compaction and Vibro Replacement methods for the foundation system of 10 internal tanks and other structures of the new tank farm being developed in Busing island. An area of 75,000 square meters was treated using these two ground improvement methods.
Keller performed Vibro compaction to treat an area approximately 80,000 square meters for the structures and facilities to be built in the Lube Oil Blending plant and Lube Park Shared Facilities.
Using Keller’s dry bottom feed method, over 100,000 linear meters of stone columns were installed for Vietnam’s second refinery complex and the largest project so far. 12 tanks of up to 90 m in diameter and 19.9 m in height will be supported by these stone columns.
Keller installed 108,000 Vibro stone columns to depths of 25 m for the 30 tank foundations of the oil storage terminal in Indonesia.
For the development of a shipyard in Tuas, Singapore, Keller designed and executed a ground improvement scheme for the hull block workshop. Vibro compaction works were carried out to improve the area and prefebricated vertical drains were also installed. More than 126,000 square meters of the area was treated.