Perkins Eastman expands portfolio in China and Vietnam
Recent awards, project progress signal ongoing commitment to region.
Perkins Eastman announced awards and milestones in their International Education portfolio, reflecting the firm’s long-standing commitment to design work in Asia.
With an office in Shanghai, Perkins Eastman’s experience in China and Vietnam includes Education, Urban Planning, Healthcare, Senior Living, Retail, and Mixed-use Residential, with a specialty in waterfront development.
Perkins Eastman recently has been awarded contracts for a variety of projects in China and Southeast Asia, including Hui Jia International School, Beijing; New York Institute of Technology, Nanjing; Concordia International School, Hanoi; Olympia K-Primary School, Hanoi; and United Nations School Hanoi (UNIS), Hanoi. The firm is also participating in an international competition for the Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai.
In addition to these recently awarded projects, Perkins Eastman has several projects underway in the region, including Wuhan International Education Center, Wuhan; Tianjin International School, Tianjin; Nanjing University of Finance and Economics, Nanjing; Shandong University, Qingdao; and Northbridge International School, Cambodia. BD+C
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