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Information about the construction of the State Courts Towers:
About the State Courts Towers
Progress of the construction of the State Courts Towers
Relocation of entrance of State Courts Building
Feedback and enquiries on construction activities
1. About the State Courts Towers
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2. Progress of the construction of the State Courts Towers
Open Design Competition (Stage 1)
Open Design Competition (Stage 2) – Public viewing of shortlisted designs
Serie+Multiply Architects awarded the winning design in the Open Design Competition
Construction contract awarded to Samsung C&T Corporation
Superstructure of the State Courts Tower launched
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3. Relocation of entrance of State Courts Building
The vehicular access route to Havelock Square from Havelock Road and New Market Road was closed from 2 December 2016, 10pm, for the construction of the State Courts Towers. The entrance of the State Courts Building at Havelock Square was relocated to Upper Cross Street on 3 December 2016.
If you are going to the State Courts Building by taxi or private transport, you should alight at the passenger pick-up/drop-off point along Upper Cross Street (opposite the HDB Block 34). If you are walking to the State Courts Building from People's Park Centre and Chinatown MRT Station Exit D, you can use the sheltered link way along Upper Cross Street.
If you are driving, click here for parking facilities near the State Courts Building.
We have taken note of the feedback from court users in relation to the relocated entrance and have put in place the following measures:
- Placed a digital sign at Upper Cross Street to guide drivers to the pickup/drop-off point for the State Courts Building
- Installed green roof on the sheltered link way to reduce the ambient temperature
- Resurfaced the pavements along the sheltered link way
4. Feedback and enquiries on construction activities
Please contact Samsung C&T Corporation’s Public
Relations Officer, Mr Loh Chen Tian, at 9111 3381 or email the State Courts at email@example.com.
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