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Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge – drive the economic and social integration of the Greater Bay Area
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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With our office established in Shenzhen in 1995, we are both the witness and driver for the city’s evolution from a global manufacturing base to China’s emerging technology and service hub.
We are driving urban regeneration and sustainable development of the 1980s-built ‘old towns’. We have delivered Kingkey 100, centerpiece of the revitalisation of Caiwuwei financial area, the Longhua Line extension that provided a much needed transport link for the city’s future development, and the CRC Dachong Rebuilt project which has transformed an urban village into a self-contained community.
The highly recognisable structures such as the Shenzhen Stock Exchange and China Resources Headquarters also help reshape an identity for Shenzhen in the global map.
From conceiving Shenzhen Bay Bridge to providing infrastructure consulting services for the Qianhai special zone, we have also been playing a pivotal role to help forge closer ties between Shenzhen and Hong Kong and ensure the long-term prosperity of the Pan Pearl River Delta Region
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