Concrete work begins on the New Deep Ocean Basin at the National University of Singapore

Edinburgh Designs Engineers have been on site to witness the concrete work at the brand new Deep Ocean Basin at the National University of Singapore.
Piling is finished and the pit is currently being dug and the floor slabs are being pored.

The tank will be 12m deep, 45m wide and 60m long and feature full current capabilities, wavemakers on two sides, a moving floor and a 2-axis towing carriage.
The tank also has a 38m deep pit in the middle with a moving platform with integrated turntable.

This cutting edge facility will be the most complex wave test tank in the world.
It will be used for testing the next generation of tension leg oil platforms as well as renewable and ships.