News 2011

January, 2011

CPG Consultants to Design Puteri Harbour Waterfront Development, Malaysia

CPG Consultants has been engaged by ENCORP to provide full architectural design and project implementation consultancy services for the Puteri Harbour Waterfront Development located at Johor Bahru, Malaysia.

 

This 3.3-acre site will be a world-class integrated waterfront precinct & marina, affording a panoramic view of the Straits of Johor. It will comprise residential and serviced apartments, as well as commercial facilities. Inspired by images of tropical valleys, terraced rice fields and forests, the residential units are designed as villas in the sky, fringed with verdant planters and generous balconies, suspended from tree-like sculptural cores. These arboreal towers, together with the unique cascading residential units, terraced roof gardens and pools, are orientated to capitalise on views of the waterfront.

 

This prooject will commence in 2011 and targeted for completion by 2013.

 

 

January, 2011

 

CPG India’s Projects on GIIS, India

Following its earlier appointment by Global Indian International School (GIIS) to design its full-fledge schools in Uttar Pradesh and Gujarat, CPG Consultants (India) (CPGI) is now working on another two GIIS school projects in India.

 

The first is to provide conceptual architectural design services for a GIIS located in Indore, Madhya Pradesh. The 1.52-haschool development will have a total built up area of 10,219-sqm with 66 classrooms, multi-purpose hall, swimming pool, dining area as well as other amenities. The school will be built in three phases and is targeted to be completed in February and operation by June this year.

 

The second is to provide architectural, civil & structural engineering and mechanical & electrical engineering services for a 1.32-haschool in Bhopal. The project will have an approximate total built up area of 13,935-sqm with 68 classrooms, amenities, multi-purpose hall, swimming pool & dining area. It will be built in two phases and is targeted for completion by April 2012.