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Purcell Miller Tritton lands Hong Kong job

Purcell Miller Tritton (PMT) has been appointed to work alongside Herzog & de Meuron (HdM) on its development of Hong Kong’s historic Central Police Station Compound (CPSC).

PMT has been tasked with compiling a conservation-management plan for the compound’s 27 buildings by the site’s owner, the Hong Kong Jockey Club (HKJC).

The centrepiece of the new HK$1.8 billion (£100 million) regeneration project is HdM’s ‘porous’ cultural complex which, according to the HKJC, has been ‘designed to resemble Hong Kong’s bamboo scaffolding’.

When completed it will house an auditorium, a black-box theatre, art cinemas, a gallery and a multipurpose exhibition space, as well as food and beverage outlets and an observation deck.

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