The Islamic Cultural Center, located in the governmental district in the country’s new administrative capital, was established as a world-class venue to spread the teachings of moderate and non-extremist Islamic religion.
The joint venture team of ATAL Environmental Engineering, Degremont and China Harbour Engineering more than doubled the size of the San Wai Sewage Treatment Plant in a rural area just outside of Hong Kong to accommodate the city’s expanding development.
The team that built new seaplane facilities at Velana International Airport in the Maldives overcame pandemic travel restrictions, worker shortages and supply-chain disruptions to build the world’s largest seaplane terminal and support system.
Considering that iron ore is one of Australia’s largest sources of export revenue, it was critical to replace deteriorating dolphin wharf structures at one of Rio Tinto Iron Ore’s biggest export facilities on time.
For this project in Mucombeze, Shook’s eight workers—teaming up with SAM Ministries—constructed teacher dormitories at the 600-student primary school, where students walk as much as 10 miles to get to classes.
The new bridge stretches across the Yangtze River in Nanjing, China. The 10.33-km project includes a 4.14-km bridge, the 1.75-km Jiajiang Tunnel and 4.4 km of other roadway sections with three lanes in both directions.
The fast-growing city of Zhengzhou, a major transportation hub in the heart of China, was in need of an additional elevated expressway to increase traffic capacity to 18 lanes from 10 lanes on the fourth ring transportation corridor.
Originally built in 1967, the Ken Soble Tower, an 18-story, 80,000-sq-ft-affordable housing facility for seniors in Hamilton, Ontario, provides a notable example of how aging buildings can be retrofitted to meet modern decarbonization goals.
Despite a contract duration of nearly five years, the project team delivered this two-way, four-lane expressway that spans 151 km, or 93 miles, with a 25.5-m-wide roadbed from Rongjiang Town to Lijiang City in China, six months ahead of schedule.