Eight RLB projects shortlisted in 2016 WAF awards
August 1, 2016.
Highlighting the many high-calibre design projects RLB is involved in, eight of the firm’s projects have been shortlisted for an award at this year’s World Architecture Festival.
Stephen Gracey, Managing Director of RLB in Auckland said, ‘We are proud to have delivered cost management and quantity surveying services on these completed buildings, which have been recognised as international standard.’
The shortlisted projects include:
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Expansion, Brisbane, Australia
Client: South Bank Corporation / RCP
Architect: Cox Rayner
Brisbane River Ferry Terminals Flood Renewal, Brisbane, Australia
Client: Cox Rayner / Aurecon
Architect: Cox Rayner
Len Lye Centre, Taranaki, New Zealand
Client: New Plymouth District Council
Architect: Patterson Associates
Oasia Hotel Downtown, Singapore
Client: Far East Organisation
Architect: WOHA Architects
South East Regional Hospital, Bega, Australia
Client: NSW Health Infrastructure
Te Oro, Glen Innes, New Zealand
(Civic and Community)
Client: Auckland Council
University of Sydney Business School, Sydney, Australia
(Higher Education and Research)
Client: University of Sydney
Architect: Woods Bagot
10 Wylde Street, Potts Point, Sydney, Australia
Client: Investec Bank
Architect: SJB Architects (Main Works)
Architects of the shortlisted projects will be invited to present to the panel of jurors in Berlin during the World Architecture Festival (16-18 November 2016).
A winner will be selected from each category, after which the 2016 World Building of the Year will be crowned.
With a network that covers the globe and a heritage spanning over two centuries, Rider Levett Bucknall is a leading independent organisation in cost management and quantity surveying, project management and advisory services.
Our achievements are renowned: from the early days of pioneering quantity surveying, to landmark projects such as the Sydney Opera House, HSBC Headquarters Building in Hong Kong, the 2012 London Olympic Games and CityCenter in Las Vegas.
We continue this successful legacy with our dedication to the value, quality and sustainability of the built environment. Our innovative thinking, global reach, and flawless execution push the boundaries. Taking ambitious projects from an idea to reality.