PKTIPC – New Keelung Harbor Service Building – Taiwan - Project Profile
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Port of Keelung, Taiwan International Ports Corporation Ltd (PKTIPC) was constructing a commercial complex on 120,000m2 of land in Keelung, Taiwan.
The project involves the construction of a terminal building, commercial buildings, retail stores, restaurants, a police station, a weather station, a post office, parking space and ancillary facilities.
The complex will be constructed in two phases. The first phase includes construction of a terminal building and the second phase involves the construction of office buildings and public amenities.
In September 2012, Neil M. Denari Architects has been appointed as architect.
The Far Eastern General Contractor Inc. has been appointed as the construction contractor.
The project has been cancelled due to regulatory issues.
The project involves the construction of a commercial complex on 120,000m2 of land in Keelung, Taiwan.
The US$159 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a terminal building
2. Construction of office buildings
3. Construction of a public plaza
4. Construction of retail stores
5. Construction of meeting spaces
6. Construction of a weather station
7. Construction of a post office
8. Construction of ancillary facilitiesReasons To Buy
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