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20/10/2014

Office work lies at the heart of the modern society, connects with all sectors of the economy and embraces governance, administration, creativity and transactions. In one form or another, it engages upwards of 25 percent of the working population for most of the developed world.

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Lower Mississippi River Delta

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16/10/2014

Nothing brings home a point like a cover story, and in October 5th’s New York Times Magazine

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13/10/2014

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) have been a talking point in the higher education sector for some time now, with many of the world’s top universities providing access to high quality course material through organisatio

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Y magazine issue three - out now!

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07/10/2014

In this third edition of Y we continue to celebrate the wonderful spectrum of engineering. We speak with Peggy Liu about how China’s getting greener; we marvel at the ingenuity applied to movi

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Do new contracts remove usage risk when investing in Toll Roads?

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17/09/2014

Up until the global recession of 2008 infrastructure projects, including those with usage risk, were seen as being ideally suited for certain types of institutional investors where part of the offering needed to be a stead

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Yale University School of Management

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10/09/2014

Architectural Digest recently named the nine best new university buildings around the world, including two BuroHappold Engineering projects that opened this year. Yale University’s new Foster+Partners designed School of...

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Dr. Jim Coleman

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28/08/2014

BuroHappold Engineering’s head of economics, Dr Jim Coleman, and Stephen King, chief global economist at HSBC, discuss whether China’s special economic zones are a benefit to the economy live on CNBC. Dr Jim Coleman pu

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High Line

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18/09/2014

The third and northernmost section of the 1.45-mile long High Line will open to the public Sunday, September 21. The elevated freight rail structure on Manhattan’s West Side, stretches from Gansevoort Street in the Meatpacking...

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Sackler Crossing

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17/10/2014

Billed as a heavyweight clash between titans of the bridge fraternity, the recent debate, Who owns bridge design?

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551 West 21st Street

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21/07/2014

The 19-story Foster + Partners-designed luxury residential condominium at 551 West 21st Street had a topping out ceremony on July 21st. Situated in the heart of the vibrant Chelsea Arts District in Manhattan, the tower will...

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BuroHappold Engineering - Corporate Brochure 2014

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30/06/2014

BuroHappold Engineering - Corporate Brochure 2014

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28/07/2014

Centrum Biurowe Neptun (The Neptun Office Center), a new iconic office building in Gdańsk, Poland  has succeeded in achieving the BREEAM certificate with “Very Good” rating.  BuroHappold Engineering was responsib

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09/07/2014

Yesterday’s Government announcement of £2bn for England’s 39 Local Enterprise Partnerships for 2015-16 and a commitment to take this to £12bn by 2020-21 is an important step for the UK in re-balancing its economy betwe

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Memorial Museum Pavilion

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29/07/2014

The National September 11 Memorial Museum Pavilion that opened in May was featured in the July 29th issue of World Architecture News. Written by BuroHappold Engineering partner and North American structural discipline...

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Atlanta Falcons Stadium Aerial

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11/07/2014

Featured in the July 14th issue of Engineering News-Record, the new Atlanta Falcons' stadium roof mimics that of a camera lens. BuroHappold Engineering were selected by 360 Architecture as structural engineers for the $1.2...

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BuroHappold Engineering’s Thomas Kraubitz

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17/07/2014

BuroHappold Engineering’s Thomas Kraubitz, a senior consultant based in Berlin, recently represented BuroHappold and the German Green Building Council (DGNB) as the principal resource for several training programmes on t

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Louvre Abu Dhabi

The Louvre Museum Abu Dhabi is the jewel in the crown of Saadiyat Island, the city’s new cultural district. Designed as a ‘museum city’, the new 58,000m2 art and exhibition centre boasts a myriad of gallery spaces clustered beneath a shallow domed canopy, creating an expansive yet intimate space in which visitors can meander and mingle at their leisure.

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The Baakenhafen Bridge

Working alongside HafenCity GmbH and Wilkinson Eyre Architects, we delivered the elegant and innovative Baakenhafen Bridge which will help to boost development to the east of the HafenCity district; an area that is set to become a new place to live and play over the next few years.

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One Angel Square

Part of the British high street since 1863, the Co-op is the UK’s largest mutual retailer with a turnover of over £13 billion. In 2009 the retailer commissioned a new 400,000 sq ft, 16 storey head office building in Manchester to provide a modern working environment and facilities which will allow greater freedom for flexible working by its staff.

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Copernicus Science Centre

The Copernicus Science Centre is one of the finest cultural and educational facilities of its kind in this part of Europe. Covering an area of around 20,000m2, the Centre houses six themed galleries, an amphitheatre, an art gallery, conference rooms and an incredible Discovery Park, which offers visitors the opportunity to get hands-on with educational games and scientific experiments.

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Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City

The site of the Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City development is adjacent to the Arabian Gulf coastline, 85km south of Kuwait City. From two environmentally impoverished hyper saline creeks, an ecologically rich waterway city is growing. The development of the city is expected to be delivered in up to 10 stages over the course of a 25 year period which started in 2002.

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Wadi Hanifah

Wadi Hanifah is a 120km long, 4500km2 watershed that passes through the capital city of Riyadh in Saudi Arabia. Located in the middle of the Najd Plateau it has been labelled the most significant natural feature in the region.

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Ponte della Musica

Construction of Ponte della Musica, a dual purpose pedestrian and public transport bridge crossing the substantial River Tiber in Rome, opened in mid 2011. This major crossing joins the banks of the River Tiber between the Foro Italico and the area of Flaminio.

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Wembley Redevelopment

BuroHappold has concluded the first phase of Wembley Infrastructure (Phase One). We have been involved in the project since 2002, starting with a simple project that has evolved into us providing a wide cross-section of our services to find the right solutions to a series of challenging design issues.

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