Safety and Mitigating Disruption

 

Our first priority is to ensure that our current students and families are well served educationally. We will not waiver from this commitment. From reducing air and noise pollution to ensuring traffic is well managed, we endeavour to take multiple steps to minimize construction disruption to our community.

As part of the pre-qualification requirement, hired contractors must have obtained the Green and Gracious Builders Award. Launched in Singapore in 2009, this award promotes gracious practices to be carried out during all construction phase of projects. In addition, we aim to reduce noise pollution through careful handling of materials; modern, quiet power tools, equipment and generators; low impact technologies; and wall structures as sound shields.

What can you expect?

LOCATION IMPACT
Middle School Field (located behind the Riady Performing Arts Center) Closed. This location will be the site of the new 50-meter Olympic swimming pool.  Middle school courtyards have been renovated to provide new play, exercise, and social spaces.
North Field/Softball field Closed beginning May 29, 2021. This location will be the site of the new elementary school. The new softball fields are now part of the West Fields and open for use. 
Track The track will be subject to occasional lane closures.
Stadium Grandstand The grandstand has been demolished. The new grandstand will be open beginning January 2022.
Middle/High School Swimming Pool Closed. The pool will reopen in January 2022.
Climbing Wall/Ropes Course These activities will remain open but a new travel route will be created for safe access.
Gym Three (APEx) Closed. The gym will reopen in January 2022.
Gym Four  Closed. The gym will reopen in August 2021 with a partial wall enclosed for safety.
Baseball Field  

 

SINGAPORE AMERICAN SCHOOL REIMAGINED

Schoolwide

The new campus will bring to our students, faculty, and community members a variety of benefits across divisions

Elementary School

In phase one, our elementary school will create spaces that will be flexible, responsive to student needs, and adaptable to innovations in education for decades to come.

Middle School

With more learning space and stronger links to nature, the middle school will offer students more opportunities to create, connect, and explore. 

High School

With a forward-looking vision for our high school, the renovated spaces will enhance the student experience in a variety of ways.