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The ground-breaking of Hongkong Land’s West Bund Financial Hub on 18 October embarked our close collaboration with the developer and a number of world-renowned architects, designers and professional consultants in this ambitious mega development.
WSP helps save lives by enabling two field hospitals to be built in Panama, adding much needed facilities during the COVID pandemic.
The MOU renewal will focus on harnessing the expertise of Canadian infrastructure companies, encourage investments through Singapore and promote more quality infrastructure projects across Asia.
WSP’s Dr Henry Huang, Director, Structural, China Region presented at the 4th Summit on Tall Buildings and High Density Core Area Development and Renewal in Suzhou, China on 25 September.
On 23 September, a traditional Bai-San Ceremony was held at The Excelsior Hotel Redevelopment Project site which will be home to a new commercial mixed-use development. The redevelopment is expected to last six years.
Alan Lau, WSP’s Managing Director, Property & Buildings MEP, Mainland China, joined 500 government officials, design masters and experts from various sectors to share his view on Future Ready cities in Hebei, China.
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The Marina Bay Sands Integrated Resort is Singapore’s latest landmark and a premier entertainment destination.
Terminal 3 Area development at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TTIA)
Kruunuvuorensilta will be one of the longest bridges in the world dedicated to public transportation, pedestrians and cyclists.
Stockholm Central Station is the busiest station in Sweden, both for long-distance travel and within the Stockholm commuter network.
There’s certainly no shortage of sunshine in the Kalahari Desert but, until now, there had been no way of actually using it to support the economic development of South Africa’s Northern Cape region.
The 110-storey, 530m high Chow Tai Fook Centre Tower ranks as the tallest building in Guangzhou. It is a landmark mixed-use development in the city’s Central Business District with a GFA of 510,000 sq.m.
A 350 km high speed rail with eight stations (seven in Malaysia and one in Singapore).
Repurposing a Montreal symbol and the world’s tallest inclined tower to create a modern and dynamic office space.
123 floors with premium grade-A offices, six-star hotel, observation deck, and extensive retail and recreational facilities.
The Fondation Louis Vuitton’s modern art collections have an extraordinary new home, next to the Jardin d’Acclimatation in the Bois de Boulogne, Paris. The futuristic glass landmark designed by Frank Gehry has 11 galleries of different sizes, a 350-seat auditorium and multilevel roof terraces for events and art installations. The building takes the form of a boat’s sails inflated by the wind.