At Rider Levett Bucknall (RLB), we know working together multiplies our strength and our success.
Our latest video showcases the diverse outcomes achieved by working at the heart of the world’s award-winning landmark projects. We invite you to watch the video and then scroll to see how we’re creating a better tomorrow by delivering the best today.
Thank you to our people for the important work they do and their part in bringing imagination to life.
Discover our work at the heart of the world’s award-winning landmark projects
Read more about the projects featured in our video
BT Headquarters, London, United Kingdom – A radical rethink of real estate. BT creates a workplace for connection and collaboration.
The Global Change Institute, Brisbane, Australia – A living laboratory for a changing world. A living laboratory, the Global Change Institute is a working test case for smart, sustainable technologies.
Melbourne Park, Melbourne, Australia – Game, set, match! Why Melbourne Park is an unbeatable entertainment precinct.
Waltzing Matilda Centre, Winton, Australia – A modern masterpiece for an ancient landscape. Waltzing Matilda Centre captures the spirit of a song.
Expo 2020, Dubai, United Arab Emirates – Bringing imagination to life. Expo 2020 Dubai connects minds and creates the future.
Expo 2020 Al Wasl Plaza, Dubai, United Arab Emirates – From dream to dazzling dome. A cultural landmark and connector for today leaves a legacy for tomorrow.
Foodstuffs North Island Distribution Centre, Auckland, New Zealand – Salute to the sun. A solar powerhouse that paves the way for a net zero future.
Cohort Innovation Space, Gold Coast, Australia – A hub for human ingenuity. A Games legacy becomes a new gold medal winner.
Providence Park Stadium, Portland, United States – Pitch perfect. Fresh perspectives and flawless execution create a fans-first experience in Portland.
Dark Sky Project Takapō Observatory, Takapō, New Zealand – A brilliant star shines. How RLB’s fresh perspectives help us see further into the firmament.
Westconnex, Sydney, Australia – Nation-building infrastructure brings imagination to life. The $16.8 billion, 33-kilometre Westconnex motorway is the largest road infrastructure project in Australia’s history.
1000 Trees, Shanghai, China – 1000 trees bloom in Shanghai. A modern-day marvel to rival any ancient wonder.
Australian Bragg Centre, Adelaide, Australia – Leading together to save lives. A building at the bedrock of a better tomorrow.
Riverside 66, Tianjin, China – Reimagining retail for future generations. One of China’s largest buildings, Riverside 66 attracts tourists and creates new community connections.
Samuel Simmonds Memorial Hospital, Alaska – Healthcare at the heart of community. In an isolated, icy setting RLB’s team helped bring imagination to life.
Raffles Hotel, Singapore – A fresh take on a timeless treasure. An inspired renovation restores Singapore’s jewel and secures its place at the nation’s heart for the next century.
Discovery Place, Sandton, South Africa – Fresh perspectives lead to new discoveries. Discovery Place creates a connected workplace and showcases sustainability at scale.
Opus, Hong Kong, China – Enriching the human experience. Architecture rarely transcends its bricks-and-mortar function to become art, but Frank Gehry’s OPUS HONG KONG does just that.
Louvre Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates – Pushing the boundaries to share stories of humanity. More than a museum, Louvre Abu Dhabi is a shining new star on the world’s cultural scene.
Sydney Modern, Sydney, Australia – Setting the stage for Sydney Modern. How RLB helped turn aspiration into artistic and architectural expression.
School of Architecture and Built Environment, University of Wolverhampton, United Kingdom – A phoenix rises from the ashes. Transforming a heritage brewery into an ecosystem for construction excellence.
Spark Data Centre, Auckland, New Zealand – Bright ideas to bring our digital future to life. With advanced security, seismic protection and state-of-the-art sustainability, Spark Data Centre sets a new benchmark.