FAR EASTERN PLAZA BUILDING
- MARKETS :
- Commercial Complex
- SERVICES :
- Geotechnical Engineering
- SCOPE OF WORK :
- Soil and foundation investigation
Load bearing piles testing
Third tallest building in Taipei
The Far Eastern Plaza Building consists of two 165 m high twin towers built in 1994 in Taipei and is the third highest building in Taipei after Taipei 101 and Shin Kong Life (two other buildings in the construction of which MAA was involved). The building was designed by Taiwanese architect C.Y. Lee and Hong Kong agency P&T Architects & Engineers.
Mixed-use commercial development
These 41-story towers are located on Dunhua South Road near the Liuzhangli station of the Wenshan Brown Line. The southern tower is an office building occupied mainly by finance companies, while the northern tower is occupied by the Shangri-La Hotel, one of the top hotels in Taipei with 420 rooms. Finally, a 6-story building with a glass curtain façade connects the two towers and contains a shopping mall.
Scope of work
MAA performed soil and foundation investigation for the new buildings, which had 5 floors underground and 20 m deep foundations, and tested the integrity of the load bearing piles.
- BIM Awards by Chinese Institute of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering
- The 16th Public Construction Golden Quality Award
- Enterprise Project Management Benchmarking Award
- Taiwan Geotechnical Engineering Award
BEITANG SEAFOOD CENTER
CHONBURI CENTRAL PLAZA MALL
CORE PACIFIC CITY SHOPPING MALL