Singapore’s first super low energy sports centre to be ready in mid-2023

KTC Perspective North East Corner Edited

An artist’s impression of the Kallang Tennis Centre

Singapore’s upcoming Kallang Tennis Centre (KTC) is the first sports facility to attain the Building and Construction Authority (BCA) Super Low Energy Building (SLEB) award. It is slated to be completed in June 2023.

SAA is providing architectural consultancy for KTC, while Surbana Jurong is engaged for environmental sustainability design, civil and structural engineering and mechanical and electrical services.

Singapore’s reputation as a city in a garden inspired SAA to design the Centre to be set amidst lush greenery that extends from the Geylang River nearby. The greenery continues onto the rooftop public park and the vertical greenery surrounding the outdoor courts. 

KTC is envisioned as a first-class venue for tennis events and a vibrant addition to the nearby Singapore Sports Hub, with up to seven indoor, 12 outdoor courts and four rooftop courts and amenities such as a sheltered event plaza, sponsorship lounge and a player’s lounge. 

The airy design of the naturally ventilated space offers a welcoming sense of visual and physical openness for visitors. The green boulevard between the 10 outdoor practice courts is a mini park on its own, providing a soothing environment to rest or to watch tennis players as they practise. 

Channel News Asia reported that more people in Singapore have taken up tennis and the new centre will benefit those keen to improve their level of play as it becomes a vibrant centre for sports. Read more

Project Contacts:
Siew Chure Hoe | Associate Director
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Joycelyn Heng | Associate
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