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Seymour Harris

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Birmingham- based Seymour Harris has landed a massive £350 million job to design a new exhibition centre in Malaysia based on the practice's work at the NEC in Britain's second city. The practice has designed the halfmile-long centre, featuring 14 halls set around a central concourse, with Arup, for a site on the former Subang Airport near Kuala Lumpur. The centre will be the first in the world to have a dedicated Boeing 747 runway.

The National Exhibition and Convention Centre project, which Seymour won after advising Malaysian Airports on the feasibility, planning and design of the complex, is to go on site shortly, to be completed in June 2002.

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