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'Grade A' Office Building with total GFA of approximately 83,000 sq.m.
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WSP is helping CSL Behring deliver a new base fractionation manufacturing facility at its Broadmeadows site, which includes the development of three distinct facilities, to fully integrate the Privigen and AlbuRx facilities into its global supply chain and allow end-to-end manufacturing.
Standing for Energy Efficient Buildings: WSP provided design consultancy services to help the new Global Headquarters for Infinitus Group achieves the optimal balance of thermal comfort and energy efficiency. This way, energy costs will be kept at a lower level in the long run. The project is set to achieve LEED NC Gold Certification upon completion in 2021.
WSP carried out the technical project management, programming, budgetary control, planning, procedures before authorities, BIM modeling and technical evaluation of the structural designs for renovation of the Movistar Arena in Bogotá, Colombia.
A 17-storey office development next door to the Shard. It is one of the first buildings in London to use Building Information Modelling (BIM) from start to finish.
Principal Place will be a major new mixed-use development on the City and Shoreditch border in EC2, London. The development comprises a mixture of uses, including a contemporary Grade A commercial office building and a landmark residential tower set as well as a 0.5 acre public piazza.
A fast-track project to convert the landmark 800-room Plaza Hotel into 182 luxury private residences, 282 hotel rooms and suites, and high-end retail space, all requiring different technical solutions.
We used BIM to design the tallest and longest-spanning arch railway bridge in the world.
Accommodating up to 12,000 people, working for many different companies, 22 Bishopsgate, will become the tallest building in the City of London when it is completed. The 62-storey commercial tower will provide a wide range of facilities for occupants while becoming London’s first ‘vertical village’.
A 138m-high, 30-storey tower, with nearly 70,000m2 of construction floor area. This was the first time that WSP in Asia used Building Information Modelling (BIM) to cover all design items in a project.