Included in this latest edition are two landmark refurbishment projects. Discover how we revitalised Hong Kong’s former Central Police Station compound into Tai Kwun – a new centre of heritage and arts, and how in the Netherlands we helped transform a vast industrial space into LocHal - a meeting and knowledge hub that serves the whole community of Tilburg.

Read about our work on Connswater Community Greenway which has helped rejuvenate this Belfast riverside area by creating green, open spaces for the public while also providing vital flood protection.

We also share how we are enabling new high-energy cancer treatment to take place in a safe and sustainable environment at The Christie Proton Beam Therapy Centre in Manchester. Explore UNSW Science and Engineering Building, a new university building in Sydney that houses laboratories and performing arts, with adaptability built into every aspect.

Take an in-depth look at O∙PARK1 where Hong Kong’s food waste is converted into energy and compost, and how at San Francisco International Airport the new Harvey Milk Terminal 1 is leading the way in sustainable travel by putting users’ wellbeing at the centre of the design.

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The Arup Journal 2020 - Issue 2