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China Zun (Z15) – Beijing's tallest building inspired by traditional Chinese ritual vessel 'zun'
Arup has over 40 years’ presence in Greater China, providing a full spectrum of design, engineering, planning and consulting services. We have worked on many of the region’s most iconic structures, including the Bird’s Nest and Water Cube in Beijing, Stonecutters Bridge in Hong Kong and Taipei Performing Arts Centre in Taipei. We are involved in cross-boundary facilities that are helping to forge closer ties in the territory, including Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge and Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link.
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Office locationsHong Kong
Since Arup opened its office in Hong Kong in 1976, it has undertaken a huge range of projects throughout the territory that have contributed both to the skyline itself and to a host of transportation and public projects.
Arup’s influence can be felt throughout the city’s world-class infrastructure, from the 1.6 km long, cable-stayed Stonecutters Bridge to the sustainable Midfield Concourse development at Hong Kong International Airport , from designing a large share of its sophisticated railway networks to planning the next-generation towns such as Kowloon East Smart District.
Our multidisciplinary expertise is helping the city renew its urban spaces and strengthen its identity and competitiveness in the global arena. These include the West Kowloon Cultural District and Tai Kak area redevelopment.
The firm is also involved in some of the largest cross-border projects that are helping to forge closer economic ties between Hong Kong, Macau and the mainland, including the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge and the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Corridor.
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