Ritz-Carlton Millenia

Ritz-Carlton Millenia


A luxury hotel designed by Kevin Roche

The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore, is a five-star hotel with 600 rooms, 33 storeys and a surface area of 110,000 m². This iconic building was a testament to the successful partnership between the main contractor Dragages Singapore and the developer Pontiac Marina. BYME was appointed as the MEP specialist contractor by Dragages for the construction of all building services. 
Upon entering the hotel lobby, an awe-inspiring honeycomb-like structure held by a clear glass-panelled roof greets visitors, a stunning prelude to the outstanding architecture that envelopes the hotel. Throughout this world-class establishment, thoughtful construction and design details take centre stage, a representation of the level of excellence upheld by Dragages Singapore. 

Today, The Ritz-Carlton, Millennia Singapore, still contributes to the majestic skyline of Singapore as a building emblematic of luxurious sophistication and exceptional architecture.


Ritz-Carlton Millenia was the first project for BYME in Singapore. The company originated from the MEP department of Dragages Hong Kong back in 1990. At that time, the Bouygues Construction group already saw building services as a critical component of construction projects, and this justified setting up a full-scale and specialised contracting entity. More than two decades later, BYME has become a leading MEP specialist contractor in Asia and the Middle East.

Key data
  • Construction period: 1993 to 1995
  • Client: Pontiac Marina
  • Architect: DP Architect, Kevin Roche
  • Type of contract: Design & Build
  • Scope of works: Full MEP package
  • Gross Floor Area: 110,000 m²
  • Number of rooms: 600