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The prestigious 16-level commercial tower at 720 Bourke Street, Melbourne, was part of a major cultural change programme for Australia’s largest health insurer, Medibank. The firm wanted to align the building with its core purpose and create better health outcomes for its members, employees and the community.
The Crown Entertainment Complex is the largest single building in Australia. It includes the largest casino in Australasia, in addition to high-end retail, cafes, restaurants, accommodation, cinemas, lives shows and music venues, all under one huge roof.
At 43 storeys, Strata SE1 was the tallest building in south London when it was completed. It is home to more than 1,000 people and is the first ever building with wind turbines integrated into the building form itself.
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’.
Craven Cottage has been the home of Fulham FC for over 100 years, and for the past twenty, WSP has been providing the club with engineering advice. In 2013, we helped them gain planning permission for the replacement of their Riverside Stand; but when the club was sold, the project was shelved.
Yas Bay is a new waterfront destination development located on the southern part of Yas Island in Abu Dhabi. It will be one of the UAE’s most iconic and vibrant waterfront destinations offering a broad array of entertainment options including restaurants, hotels and a state-of-the-art multi-purpose arena. The destination will include a waterfront promenade and a pier with more than 50 cafés and restaurants, 20 retail outlets, a cinema, a beach club, and two hotels.
New headquarters building for WSP in Africa was the first building constructed and completed within the Knightsbridge re-development in Bryanston.
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.