UK firm appointed project manager to £600m One Circular Quay last year
The Chinese developer behind a mixed-use scheme in Sydney which is being project managed by Turner & Townsend has unveiled images of the residential part of the AUS$1bn (£600m) habourside project.
T&T was appointed last summer to the One Circular Quay development, which consists of a 59-storey resi tower designed by Australian practice Kerry Hill Architects and a smaller, second tower that will include a five star hotel over 28 floors that has been designed by Japanese practice Kengo Kuma, the architect behind the new V&A museum being built by am in Dundee.
Demolition work at the site was started earlier this year by local firm Delta Group with main construction work due to start next March. Work is due to finish in 2022. The name of the main contractor has not yet been revealed but firms that currently work with Wanda include Multiplex which is building a twin towers scheme at Nine Elms in London that has been designed by US architect KPF.