The Singapore Grand Prix, held at the Marina Bay Street Circuit is one of the three street races of the FIA Formula One World Championships. The 5.065 km circuit made of public roads in and around the Raffles District and Marina Bay areas of Singapore is principally a commercial district, consisting of retail, hospitality and cultural centres together with an area of park land. Its 2008 inaugural race in September attracted 110,000 spectators daily and was the first night-time event in Formula One history.
Singapore Grand Prix 2008 to 2017 – Faithful+Gould worked closely with Singapore Grand Prix Corporation to manage the establishment, operation and removal of the racing circuit and supporting facilities for both the 2008 and 2009 Singapore Grand Prix and was re-contracted in 2010 to project manage all aspects of the 2010 to 2017 events.
Following Singapore GP Pte Ltd’s four-year contract extension to host the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix up to 2021, Faithful+Gould, a member of the SNC-Lavalin Group, will continue to provide project management services for this world-class event.
Faithful+Gould applies proven project management principles to the delivery of the Singapore Grand Prix. Typical design, procurement and delivery management functions are part and parcel of the Faithful+Gould scope; along with extensive communication and liaison with an extensive list of Government Agencies and adjoining owners such as hotels, the Singapore Flyer and the Esplanade.