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Tung Chung to Siu Ho Wan Sewage Rising Main, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

Tung Chung to Siu Ho Wan Sewage Rising Main, Lantau Island, Hong Kong

The Hong Kong government is using NEC to double the sewer capacity between its international airport at Chek Lap Kok and its sewage treatment works on nearby Lantau Island.

 

Tūranga, Christchurch Central Library, New Zealand

Tūranga, Christchurch Central Library, New Zealand

Christchurch City Council in New Zealand has used NEC contracts to procure a new NZ$92 million (£48 million) central library to replace its original 1982 building that was damaged by the 2011 earthquakes.

 

University of Roehampton Library, London, UK

University of Roehampton Library, London, UK

The University of Roehampton used NEC to procure an award-winning new library at its parkland campus in southwest London.

 

Welsh National Sailing Academy and Events Centre, Pwllheli, Wales, UK

Welsh National Sailing Academy and Events Centre, Pwllheli, Wales, UK

‘Plas Heli’ on the southern coast of the Llyn Peninsula in Gwynedd, north-west Wales is home to the Welsh National Sailing Academy and a major events centre.

 

West Kowloon Drainage Improvement − Inter-Reservoirs Transfer Scheme, Hong Kong

West Kowloon Drainage Improvement − Inter-Reservoirs Transfer Scheme, Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s Drainage Services Department (DSD) is using an NEC contract to build a major water tunnel between two existing freshwater reservoirs.

 

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.

 

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.

 

Heathrow T2 & 5C, London, UK

Heathrow T2 & 5C, London, UK

Heathrow Airport Limited has signed an £812 million contract for the design and construction of a new green Terminal 2 building at Heathrow Airport in London.

 

Hebburn Central Community Library and Sports Facility, Tyne and Wear, UK

Hebburn Central Community Library and Sports Facility, Tyne and Wear, UK

Hebburn Central is a striking new community library and sports facility in Hebburn, Tyne and Wear, UK. Completed in 2015, the £13 million NEC-procured building achieved an energy performance certificate rating of A – highly unusual for a building with a swimming pool – leading to it winning the Low Carbon Construction Award in the 2016 British Construction Industry Awards.

 

London Velodrome. London, UK

London Velodrome. London, UK

The 6000-seat Velodrome was the first major venue to be completed at the Olympic Park in London for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

 
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