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Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge – drive the economic and social integration of the Greater Bay Area
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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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The 2008 Beijing Olympics was the catalyst for the transformation of Beijing’s cityscape. Arup was heavily involved in major Olympic projects, including the National Stadium(Bird’s Nest), the National Aquatics Center(Water Cube) and the Fencing Hall/National Convention Center.
Arup’s contribution goes far wider, including the strategic planning of Beijing’s road and rail network. Beijing South Railway Station welcomes over 100m passengers a year, while Beijing Capital International Airport Terminal 3 is one of the world's most sustainable airport terminal buildings expected to handle over 80m passengers a year.
The impact of Arup’s sustainable design can be seen elsewhere, notably in the sustainable and energy-efficient practices showcased in The Nokia China Campus, Changxindian low carbon community and Parkview Green FangCaoDi.
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