Japanese firm opens outpost in Singapore

Architectural outfit hoping to stir up interest in Southeast Asia

NEWS, Business, Architects, Dubai, Middle east, Nikken Sekkei, Raffles Quay, Singapore, Southeast asia

Japanese architectural firm Nikken Sekkei, which runs a Middle East operation from Dubai, has opened an outpost in Singapore in a bid to cultivate demand across Southeast Asia.

The office, situated at Raffles Quay, will handle work related to planning and designing hospitals and sports facilities as well as environmentally-friendly cities and energy-saving buildings.

It will also focus on urban development projects centred on railways and other public transportation systems.

The firm said it intends to use Singapore as a strategic base because of its superior transportation access to neighboring countries. The company also has a presence in Shanghai.


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