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  • MODE GAKUEN Cocoon Tower日本語EnglishOverviewFast factsWinner of the Emporis '2008 Skyscraper of the Year'. Arup provided structural engineering services on this iconic, 50-storey structure. The MODE GAKUEN Cocoon Tower is a 204m tall, 50-storey educational building - the second tallest of its kind in the world. Home to three vocational schools of fashion design, computer technology and medical care, it serves 10,000 students in total, stimulating their professional development so that they eventually emerge like butterflies from a cocoon.The iconic building’s expressive design has attracted wide public interest. Even during its construction, many photographs of its development were posted on the Internet. The structure's aesthetic excellence and functional design have also been recognised by the industry. In 2008, it was awarded as "Skyscraper of the Year" by Emporis.Arup provided structural engineering services to the project, throughout the design and construction phases
  • Client Transnet (Pty) Ltd Key facts Transnet Pipelines (TPL) owns and operates several key pipelines within South Africa, comprising of refined multi-product, crude oil, methane rich gas and aviation turbine fuel pipelines. One of these pipelines known as the Durban to Johannesburg Pipeline (DJP) is a refined products pipeline that runs from Durban to Sasolburg. From Sasolburg the pipeline connects with the Inland Network, this receives additional products from inland refineries and delivers these to various inland delivery points. This current pipeline is 12 inch in diameter and has become capacity constrained due to the increase in refined product demand in the inland market served by the pipeline. The NMPP Alliance (Arup/WorleyParsons JV) has been contracted for the engineering, procurement, construction management role on the NMPP project. A new 24 inch main pipeline 556 km long with greater capacity is being constructed, together with three inland 16 inch pipelines with a combined length of about 175 km. The mainline pump minimum flow requirements stated that when performing interface flushing, all three pumps needed to be operated to flush the system in a sequence with at least two out of three installed pumps operating simultaneously. Continual refinement of the pipeline route and facility locations was undertaken during the Detail Design phase. Route evaluation, selection and recommendation were made by Arup Transnet NMPP - Pipeline - UK (124223-00)Key FactsEditClient TRANSNET Client Type TRANSPORT OPERATOR CLIENT SECTOR Project Type GAS PIPELINES Group EUROPE REGION INFRA EXEC Director COLIN HARRIS Manager PHIL BRAND Start 01 Sep 2007 Finish 30 Dec 2012 Location SOUTH AFRICA Edit this project's locationProject DescriptionEditNew multi product pipeline from Durban to Gauteng including three pump stations and two terminals. Transnet Pipelines (TPL) owns and operates several key pipelines within South Africa, comprising of refined multi-product, crude oil, methane rich gas and aviation turbine fuel pipelines. One of these pipelines known as the Durban to Johannesburg Pipeline (DJP) is a refined products pipeline that runs from Durban to Sasolburg. From Sasolburg the pipeline connects with the Inland Network, this receives additional products from inland refineries and delivers these to various inland delivery points. This current pipeline is 12 inch in diameter and has become capacity constrained due to the increase in refined product demand in the inland market served by the pipeline. A new 24 inch main pipeline 556 km long with greater capacity is being constructed, together with three inland 16 inch pipelines with a combined length of about 175 km. The mainline pump minimum flow requirements stated that when performing interface flushing, all three pumps needed to be operated to flush the system in a sequence with at least two out of three installed pumps operating simultaneously. Continual refinement of the pipeline route and facility locations was undertaken during the Detail Design phase. Scope of Total Arup ServicesEditEngineering, procurement and construction management services. Value StoriesEditadd a value document.Project TeamEditClient TRANSNETInvoicee ARUP PTY LTDJV/Consortium Partner WORLEY PARSONS LTDUHDE PTY LTD
  • James Kenny, Arup

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    5. 5. Mode Gakuen Cocoon Tower, Tokyo5
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    7. 7. Transnet NMPP, South Africa7
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