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Area 54, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

Area 54, Tuen Mun, Hong Kong

Area 54 in Tuen Mun is a major Hong Kong government project to provide building land and infrastructure to meet long-term housing demand. The final HK$428 million (£45 million) phase is being procured using NEC.

 

Beanfield and Gretton Primary Schools, UK

Beanfield and Gretton Primary Schools, UK

Completed on time in just 9 weeks, this small but challenging NEC-procured school refurbishment project in Northamptonshire, UK won the NEC Small Project of the Year Award in 2016.

 

British Airways i360, Brighton, UK

British Airways i360, Brighton, UK

Prince Phillip, the Duke of Edinburgh, officially opened the £46 million NEC-procured British Airways i360 tourist attraction in Brighton, UK in October 2016. The 162 m tall structure is the world’s first vertical cable car, the tallest moving observation tower and the most slender tower ever built. ‘Flights’ on the 18 m diameter glass observation pod carry up to 200 passengers up and down the 3.9 m diameter steel tower every half hour.

 

Christchurch Art Gallery re-level project, New Zealand

Christchurch Art Gallery re-level project, New Zealand

Christchurch City Council used NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) option A (priced contract with activity schedule) to manage a project to strengthen the underlying ground and then re-level the structure after the earthquakes.

 

Christchurch Town Hall conservation project, New Zealand

Christchurch Town Hall conservation project, New Zealand

Christchurch Town Hall of the Performing Arts in South Island, New Zealand opened in 1972 providing a 2500 seat auditorium, 1000 seat theatre, four conference rooms and a restaurant. The iconic grade 1 listed heritage building is currently undergoing a major NEC-procured restoration following extensive earthquake damage suffered in 2011.

 

Crossrail, London, UK

Crossrail, London, UK

Crossrail is one of the largest infrastructure projects of its kind currently being undertaken in Europe. It is building 42km of tunnels, 10 new stations and improving 30 more. The finished railway, which will be named the Elizabeth line when it opens in central London in 2018, will be a fully accessible route of 40 stations from Reading and Heathrow in the west to Shenfield and Abbey Wood in the east.

 

ECC and Conject deliver critical New Zealand electrical project, New Zealand

ECC and Conject deliver critical New Zealand electrical project, New Zealand

New Zealand contractor Pringle Beleski and Associates has recently completed a critical NZ$3.5 million (£1.8 million) electrical engineering project using the NEC3 Engineering and Construction Contract (ECC) and Conject contract change management system.

 

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens, UK

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens, UK

Felixstowe Seafront Gardens is a 1 km long public park in the seaside resort of Felixstowe in Suffolk, UK. Created over 100 years ago, the beautifully landscaped and sumptuously planted grade II registered park has recently been extensively restored by Suffolk Coastal District Council as part of a town-wide regeneration programme.

 

Green Build Hub, Cornwall, UK

Green Build Hub, Cornwall, UK

The NEC-procured Green Build Hub owned by the Cornwall Sustainable Building Trust is a new sustainable construction centre for the UK. It is located at the Eden Project visitor attraction site in Cornwall, UK and was part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

 

Hammersmith Flyover Phase 2 Strengthening, London, UK

Hammersmith Flyover Phase 2 Strengthening, London, UK

Completed in September 2015, the NEC-procured phase 2 strengthening of the 622 m long, 16-span Hammersmith Flyover in west London, UK was an extraordinarily complex and demanding project. It was highly commended in the NEC Large Project of the Year award in 2016.

 
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