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DeSimone Mumbai supports DeSimone’s project operations across North and South America.

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DeSimone Chennai team supports DeSimone’s project operations across North and South America.

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DeSimone Kolkata is the company’s largest office in India. DeSimone Kolkata team supports DeSimone’s project operations across North and South America.

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DeSimone Manila specializes in steel and mass timber detailing projects with key BIM personnel supporting DeSimone’s operations across North and South America.

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  • Project consists of a new airport terminal to be built in several phases
  • Phase One comprises of a 269,000sf main terminal area with four projecting “wings” or “piers” used as the main boarding areas
  • Roof of the main terminal rises up to 108 feet above the ground floor and cantilevers 82 feet over the passenger drop-off area
  • The radial grid pattern of the roof creates a diamond skin that stretches out to the tube-shaped piers
  • The diagrid roof structure over the main terminal area is arranged in two intersecting radial patterns supported by six large branching columns
  • The circular shape of the pier sections is created by curved exterior structural framing that extends up from the floor and arches over the boarding area from both sides to create overlapping structural shells

About the Project

  • Project consists of a new, multi-level airport terminal to enhance circulation and overall passenger experience
  • Lower levels incorporate a cast-in-place concrete structural system for the new processor and airport wing, and cast-in-place post-tensioned concrete for the parking garage
  • The roof of the structure cantilevers over drop-off lanes and incorporates wing-shaped truss framing
  • A new control tower is comprised of reinforced concrete
  • Mixed-use project includes retail, housing, and serviced apartments
  • A 1,300-foot-long, steel canopy has an irregular sculptural shape, with a typical span of approximately 246 feet
  • Framed in steel, the canopy is clad in ETFE with photo-voltaic solar collectors
  • The hotel is comprised of an 18-story wing and a 15-story wing atop several basement levels
  • Includes 552 guestrooms wiuth a gross floor area of 910,000sf
  • Consists of two 460-foot towers atop a podium comprised of retail and parking areas
  • Towers contain a mixture of retail, office, serviced apartment, and amenity areas
  • Total area is approximately 1,625,000sf
  • Building serves as a landmark in the city of Hangzhou
  • Plaza includes three high-rise buildings and five low-rise structures
  • Two buildings are identical 44-story, 667-foot-tall office towers with three below-grade basement levels
  • Each floor of the office towers contains approximately 26,000sf
  • Each office tower comprises a total of approximately 1,227,000sf of building area
  • Third tower is a 31-story, 326-foot-tall residence and hotel containing approximately 452,000sf building area
  • Low-rise structures include a shopping mall, a parking garage, a club house, and two retail buildings
  • Located in the heart of Pudong District, Shanghai’s commercial center
  • Project includes 3,229,000sf above-grade area, and 1,722,000sf below-grade area
  • Total construction area is approximately 4,951,000sf
  • Project includes commercial space, office buildings, and a transportation hub adjacent to Metro Line 2 and 9
  • One of two hotels at the Shanghai Disney Theme Park Resort
  • Seven-story, 419,800sf hotel contains 420 guest rooms, lobby area, multiple restaurants and back of house areas, retail space, a spa/fitness club, and an indoor pool
  • Staff facilities include lockers, changing rooms, break rooms, and other areas
  • Hotel also includes 5,543sf of flexible meeting space for wedding receptions, meetings, and centralized back-of-house spaces shared with the second hotel
  • One of two hotels at the Disney Theme Park Resort, in the Pudong New District, Shanghai, China
  • An eight-story, 475,400 sf hotel
  • Contains 800 guest rooms, lobby area, restaurants, retail space, spa and fitness club, indoor pool, and related support and back-of-house spaces
  • A four-star business hotel located at the heart of Beijing’s new Central Business District
  • The first American/Chinese joint venture development in China since 1950
  • Consists of 469 luxury rooms and elegantly furnished suites
  • The building’s courtyard design is inspired by the city’s famous houtongs and siheyuans
  • In accordance with Beijing Municipal law, the basement levels house bomb shelters, which connect to municipal tunnels under the city’s main boulevards
  • Awards:
    ENG – Special Citation Award 1982
  • Located in Shanghai’s Luwan district
  • The 1,500,000 sf project is comprised of two five-star hotels, the Conrad Han Tang Hotel and the Jumeirah Han Tang Hotel, located on adjacent sites
  • Both hotels include grand ballroom, meeting rooms, spa and retail areas with towers situated above a 78-foot high podium
  • The 22 floors above provide 360 guest rooms
  • Retail venues are located on the ground floor along Tai Cang Lu
  • Two levels below grade accommodate parking and a fitness center
  • An outdoor terrace is situated above the fourth level
  • The design utilizes a beam and slab structure and strategically located shear walls act against lateral loads
  • A pickup floor is located at the fourth floor to accommodate the ballroom’s long spans

Awards

  • Architype Review – Hotels + Highlights
  • A 1,421 acres, mixed-use complex located in Dalian, China
  • The site is located adjacent to the city’s Central Business District, within a parcel of land known as Eastern Port area of Zhongshan District
  • An area for commercial, residential, and tourism uses, including developments of waterside leisure, high-end retail, and ocean-view apartments
  • A new subway station is located at almost the mid-point of the site
  • The location of the new station is considered to be the primary asset for this site