The eagerly awaited opening of the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort occurred at precisely 3:18pm on April 27th 2010. At this feng shui approved time, Las Vegas Sands chairman and CEO Sheldon Adelson officially welcomed the first guests to the stunning US$5.5 billion casino resort project.
Marina Bay Sands is the second of the two integrated resorts approved by the Singapore authorities. This first phase includes the Casino, almost 1,000 hotel rooms, parts of the shopping mall and a convention centre, restaurants, bars and the Event Plaza along Marina Bay. The official Grand Opening will take place on 23rd June, at which time the remainder of the property’s 2,560 guest rooms, more shops, additional dining options, and the much-lauded 60-story building-spanning SkyPark will debut.
The magnificent centrepiece casino is a multi-level space surrounded by galleries in an oval enclosure. Overlooking the casino from the upper galleries is the exclusive Paiza Club for premium players.
TCSJOHNHUXLEY are very proud to have been chosen to supply a substantial amount of gaming equipment for this prestigious project which includes, in excess of 1,000 table layouts, over 80 Roulette wheels, 44 Chipper Champ 2 chip sorting machines, over 110 e-FX displays for Roulette and Sicbo, Craps tables, money wheels, Sicbo units, dice shakers and a selection of table and ancillary accessories.
Tristan Sjöberg, TCSJOHNHUXLEY Managing Director, Asia and his team have worked tirelessly with the casino staff to ensure all the custom built equipment was delivered and installed professionally and efficiently. Sjöberg comments, “Singapore’s reputation as a world class tourist destination has been sealed following the opening of these Integrated Resorts. We are especially proud to have been involved with this momentous project, which is literally breathtaking both inside and out. It is testament to our products and the team, that Marina Bay Sands have chosen TCSJOHNHUXLEY as preferred suppliers and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship.”