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Old November 20th, 2011, 12:49 PM   #441
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Here some update pix from this project:

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Bangkok | Suvarnabhumi Airport

The airport is designed to handle a capacity of 45 mil. passagers but handle now more than that, now there are plan to expant the airport to 65 mil.

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AoT says facelift will unclog terminals

Published: 20/09/2011 at 12:00 AM

Security checkpoints at Suvarnabhumi are undergoing dramatic changes under a 155-million-baht makeover designed to remove the bottlenecks choking traffic at one of Asia's busiest airports.


When construction of the new "centralised security screen checkpoints" is completed in March of next year, security screening for outgoing passengers will get a significant boost.

The service area will more than triple to 3,600 square metres from 1,020 currently, and the number of X-ray machines will nearly double to 30 from 16 now, thus enabling 7,200 passengers per hour to be processed, up from 3,840 at present.

The new checkpoints are part of facilities and measures being adopted to more immediately address the crowding at Suvarnabhumi, which was designed to process 45 million passengers a year but will probably hit 47 million this year.

Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) is struggling to remove bottlenecks and streamline its operations, as the airport's delayed expansion has yet to begin.

"These are short-term measures taken to enable us to cope with rising congestion until the expansion is ready in the next several years, " said AoT's acting president Nirandra Theeranartsin. "That is the best we can do now."

The Suvarnabhumi expansion has faced obstacles, but AoT is pushing to fast-track the construction of a new domestic terminal with the capacity to handle 20 million passengers a year at an estimated cost of 9.2 billion baht.

AoT hopes to kick off the project next year for completion in five years, as the larger phase-two master plan _ estimated at 62 billion baht, which would raise the airport's capacity to 65 million passengers a year _ is subject to a review.

The new facilities will be built on double-deck steel structures rising 5.6 metres in the check-in/departure hall on the terminal's fourth floor, above the current passport control counters.

The upper floor of the new structures, accessed by escalators, is dedicated to security screening. Upon completing screening, checked passengers will head down to the lower floor on escalators for passport control.

That flow is a reversal from the current procedure, in which passengers first pass through the immigration lines before entering the security screening zones, a pattern regarded as less efficient.

The new checkpoints, one located on the airport's eastern wing and the other on its western side, will be clearly visible on the fourth floor.

They will be equipped with "smart queue" systems with real-time read-outs of the passenger being processed and the wait time for a passenger to be screened. AoT aims to have one new checkpoint online by year-end.

http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/...clog-terminal
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Old November 20th, 2011, 10:27 PM   #445
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Minister supports airport expansion



Published: 30/08/2011 at 12:00 AM

Transport Minister ACM Sukampol Suwannathat yesterday gave the nod to Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT)'s plan to carry out the expansion of Suvarnabhumi airport including fast-track construction of a new domestic terminal.

The minister yesterday expressed support for the multi-billion-baht expansion to address congestion at Bangkok's main international airport, which is operating beyond its capacity with crowding expected only to grow worse in the coming years.

At a meeting with AoT executives yesterday, ACM Sukampol agreed that construction of a new domestic terminal capable of handling 20 million passengers a year at an estimated cost of 9.2 billion baht should proceed immediately.

The larger phase-two master plan, estimated at 62 billion baht, which would raise the airport's capacity to 65 million passengers a year, should also be undertaken in parallel.

"We received good signals from the minister, who wants to see this vital project proceed without further delays," AoT acting president Niran Teeranartsin said yesterday.

The proposed domestic terminal should tackle the more immediate problem of congestion, as it could become operational in the next five years, while the phase-two expansion should deal with long-haul traffic demand.

Passenger volume through Suvarnabhumi, which was designed to process 45 million passengers a year, is likely to reach 47 million this year, Mr Niran said.

The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA) have already advised AoT to implement the expansion of Suvarnabhumi to serve as the country's sole main air hub.

AoT has moved to tackle the passenger congestion problem by having some of the domestic gates serve international flights after 9pm when domestic flights cease.

At the same time, it is building a new security checkpoint zone, covering an area of 3,000 square metres, to help speed up passenger processing and free up the area of the existing zone for other passenger-service purposes.

Congestion at the airport is about passengers, not flights, as the airport is capable of handling 76 flights per hour while about 56 flights are used, said Mr Niran.

The two expansion projects are part of the overall airport enlargement that would see Suvarnabhumi raise its annual passenger handling capacity to 103 million - 73 million international and 30 million domestic - by 2024 at an estimated cost of 163 billion baht.

The overall expansion blueprint endorsed by the AoT board on July 28 and much in line with ICAO and IATA recommendations also envisages the transfer of domestic flight operations from Don Mueang Airport, which now caters to budget carriers Nok Air and Orient Thai, to Suvarnabhumi by 2016.

The expansion includes the construction of three additional runways from two at present, subsequent enlargement of domestic and international terminals and improvements to parking bays, car parks and other airport infrastructure.

http://www.bangkokpost.com/business/...port-expansion
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Old November 21st, 2011, 09:42 PM   #446
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TERMINUS, 40+36+36 Storey : Northern Corridor

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Holiday Inn Sukhumvit, 29 Storey : Sukhumvit 22


Name :Sukhumvit 22 Hotel
Location : Main Sukhumvit Road-Sukhumvit 22 corner (Current Shophouse+Volvo Showroom)
Developer : FICO Group
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Old November 22nd, 2011, 06:20 PM   #447
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Great, jarkje mooie verzameling!

Don't forget all the other projects in Ratchada, outside Rama 9 square.
There is alot being build in the area.
Graag gedaan! How about some of these projects in Northern Bangkok. It's beginning to boom around here!

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I have seen a documantation about how creative people from Thailand are. The designs of the buildings prooves the claim.

I don`t know any other city in the world where so many and so creative designed buildings go up.

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Old November 25th, 2011, 12:35 AM   #449
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Old November 25th, 2011, 12:46 AM   #450
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AIA plans two office towers for B10.5bn

Published: 23/11/2011 at 12:00 AM
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American International Assurance (AIA) is moving ahead with its plans to invest 10.5 billion baht in two large-scale real estate projects.

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Mr Tucker (right) and Mr van Oijen pose with models of the two buildings that AIA has in the pipeline.


As well, the country's largest life insurer said it would keep looking for new investment opportunities in Thailand's property market.

Of the 10.5-billion-baht outlay, 6 billion baht would go to building AIA Capital Center on Ratchadaphisek Road. The remaining 4.5 billion baht will be used to construct AIA Sathorn Tower, a 28-storey office complex scheduled for completion in 2015 in Bangkok's Sathorn district.

AIA Capital Center, the company's largest real estate investment in Thailand to date, is scheduled for completion by the end of 2014. The 35-storey commercial complex will be located next to the new Stock Exchange of Thailand headquarters, forming an integral part of the country's new financial hub.

Both office complexes will be constructed using green design technology in order to save power and energy while being environmentally friendly.

Mark Tucker, chief executive and president of Hong Kong-based AIA Group, said the two real estate investments reflected AIA's ongoing confidence in Thailand's long-term growth.

"The impact of the ongoing floods is just short-term. We're looking for long-term growth and are committed to continue looking for new investment opportunities in the real estate in Thailand," said Mr Tucker, without elaborating.

He was in Bangkok this week to attend AIA's annual board of directors' meeting, its first to be held outside Hong Kong since it became a publicly listed company in October 2010.

AIA has been active in the real estate business over the past four years after the Office of the Insurance Commission allowed life insurers to invest up to 15% of their reserves in property.

The company earlier said it would invest up to that limit to diversify its investment from fixed-income assets.

Ron van Oijen, chief executive of AIA Thailand, said that next year's focus for the insurer locally would be on raising awareness about the protection gap.He cited recent studies conducted by his company showing that 76% of all Thais, or 48 million people, do not have life insurance.

"Our studies have shown that underinsurance is a significant issue in Thailand," said Mr Van Oijen.

"Thai consumers need to be more aware of the gap between the protection they have, and the protection they need to ensure they and their families are fully financially protected against uncertainties, in addition to building up regular savings toward the more predictable financial need for retirement income,"

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The renders are still not the finnal design, so the design can still change!

In the Thai forum they where talking about they saw some people on the site.

Here a quote from Kaneshikero:

Yesterday I saw that there's people going into the site. I couldn't determine
whether it's the manager or the engineer because I'm on the skytrain and
it pass very quickly but I know that there's some activity.
Well that is good news right? That they're still interested in the site and will
continue on the project.
Hopefully they won't change the render and I hope for a nice hotel brand
like The Ritz Carlton for instance.

Quoting Speed:

yes, yesterday from passing skytrain, I saw people on-site doing surveys

first time in looooong time.....hopefully something cooking?!

Chad:

They are also doing the soil-testing.
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MAHA NAKHON-The Ritz Carlton Residences+Edition Hotel, 75+8 Storey-314 M : Sathorn


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MAHA NAKHON-The Ritz Carlton Residences+Edition Hotel, 75+8 Storey-314 M : Sathorn

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I have seen a documantation about how creative people from Thailand are. The designs of the buildings prooves the claim.

I don`t know any other city in the world where so many and so creative designed buildings go up.

Congratulation
Here a good example of how creative some people coop with the flood in the last weeks.

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The Ingenuity of Thailand During Their Massive Flood Is Very Impressive

I don't want to make light of a tragedy because the floods in Thailand have been worse than imaginable. The flooding has killed over 500 people, caused $5 billion in damage and has been ongoing since mid-summer. It's a sad, sad state of life. But instead of giving up, the people of Thailand are adapting. And it's awesome to see.

I think these clever hacks—some being absolutely hilarious, others being super resourceful and all being useful—speaks to the survival nature of humans. Create to survive. Check out all the so bat-shit-crazy-it-works pictures of Thailand floods over at Thai Flood Hacks. [Thai Flood Hacks]

http://gizmodo.com/5860285/the-ingen...sive/gallery/1

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Motorbike Parking in the Tree via Message/Facebook submitted by Siriwat


Water Bottle Swimming Vest for Cats via Message/Facebook submitted by Siriwat


Cool kid with homebuild water ski


My parents’ dog can’t swim, so we made this makeshift doggie life jacket for him.


Dog swimming vest made of bottles


Bottle Boat for Grown Ups

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Flood Motorbike Trailer via @elgrodo @ericsirote


Floating Toilets


Homebuild PVC Car Snorkels


Bottle Banana Boat


Another Buoyancy Help Variation for Kids via Message/Facebook submitted by Siriwat


Flood bicycle via @rung_jaa @suebsak1 @naum99 @ppbow @elgrodo


Car Bags via @MarcusBurtBKK


Flood Proof TukTuk submitted by Kanok


A man pulls a makeshift raft carrying his friends and with a Thai national flag attached as they make their way through a newly flooded neighborhood in Bangkok’s suburbs, on November 11, 2011 (Reuters/Damir Sagolj) via @MarcusBurtBKK


A flood victim rides through the water using a homemade tall three-wheeler in Bang Phlad district, Bangkok on October 30, 2011. (Bazuki Muhammad/Reuters)


A Better Picture of the Shopping Cart Walkway (Credit AFP | Getty Images)




Oil Barrel + Garden Pump = Homebuild Jetski

For more go to this site: http://thai-flood-hacks.tumblr.com/

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Maha Nakhon is superb my fav project all the time after Burj Khalifa
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G Land pushes ahead with Rama IX project

Published: 26/11/2011 at 12:00 AM

The listed developer Grand Canal Land Plc (GLAND) aims to develop its megaproject at the Rama IX intersection as a new landmark for Bangkok with a 17.6-billion-baht mixed-use project.



The 17.6-billion-baht mixed-use Grand Rama 9, comprising four main buildings, will open by year-end.

Grand Rama 9 will offer a total usable area of 1.1 million square metres on a 46-rai plot. Initially, it will comprise two office projects, one condominium and a shopping mall.

The company will invest around 4-4.5 billion baht more to build an office building and a five-star hotel on an eight-rai plot in the compound. The U Place office building will be built specifically for Unilever for long-term lease.

As well, G Land invested in the construction of Central Plaza Grand Rama 9 to be leased for 30 years to Central Pattana Plc. Scheduled to open this year, the project is worth 1.9 billion baht.

Romani Boondicharern, the company's deputy managing director, said demand for retail space in the area was very strong so it developed more space in the compound. Central Department Store will serve as the magnet for the location.

Ratchadaphisek Road has experienced construction of new offices, commercial and residential buildings and is served by underground mass transit.

G Land's first office building _ The Ninth Towers worth 3.5 billion baht _ will be operated by the company itself. It will have two buildings providing 66,000 sq m of space of grade B+ and A- offices.

Another office building _ G Land Tower worth 4.2 billion baht _ will tap premium-grade customers with 69,800 sq m of grade A+ office. It will be operated by Rama 9 Square Co, in which G Land holds a 78.12% stake.

Its residential project, the 8-billion-baht Belle Grand Rama 9, will house 1,992 condominium units in eight buildings, with over 70% of the space sold. The project has been developed by Belle Development Co, in which G Land holds 79.57% ownership.

The flooding has affected its expansion of new housing projects, especially one located on Chaeng Watthana Road that was inundated.

However, Ms Romani is confident the firm will gain more revenue when it starts transferring condo units in the near future.

GLAND shares closed yesterday on the Stock Exchange of Thailand at 2.02 baht, unchanged, in thin trade worth 22,000 baht.

http://www.bangkokpost.com/property/...ama-ix-project

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3.The Ninth Tower, 35+31 Storey
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Central Embassy+Park Hyatt Hotel, 40 Storey : Chitlom


There will be a giant Roberto Cavalli store there I heard. (posted by Chad)



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saw structure today...its one floor above ground (posted by Speed)



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The Vertical Suite is a modern, exclusive and chic apartment block, combining the luxurious with the contemporary to create a truly remarkable living experience. In a fantastic location on Srinakharin Road, you will be close to the bustle of Bangkok, including some of its best nightlife, dining experiences and shopping malls. The Vertical Suite is also conveniently close to Ikea Mega Bagna, Asia’s largest Ikea complex, and the China City Complex, an exciting commercial hub of trade opening 2012. Furthermore, Suvarnabhumi Airport, BITEC Convention Centre, the Eastern Seaboard and industrial estates are located nearby.

With a fusion of distinctive ideas and modern twists, the apartments will appeal to the most urban and aspirational of professionals. From the intimate yet dramatic lobby, with its exclusive atmosphere and stylish décor, through to the individually designed rooms with modern conveniences, you will feel both at home yet also surrounded by elegant and unique luxury. The apartments are designed to meet all your needs, and have a variety of facilities to do this, whether that’s business, living or leisure.

Enjoy dining in style at the in-house restaurant, sipping long, cool cocktails at the well stocked bar, relaxing in the beautiful Italian inspired pool or unwinding in the Jacuzzi or at the state-of-the-art Fitness Centre. The Vertical Suite also provides business and security facilities, laundry services, and a 24-hour concierge. Truly, an apartment for the discerning urbanite who expects that little bit more.


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Adding distinction to the city, The Vertical Suite brings a new perspective of Srinakarin, Bangkok from its 64 apartments. This impressive modern serviced apartment places you in one of the city’s most exciting neighborhoods, providing its guests with unmatched convenience to Suv.arnabhumi Airport, Bitec Convention Centre, the Eastern Seaboard and industrial estates.

The intimate yet dramatic lobby combines rich and raw design elements that offer contrast and are reflective of The Vertical Suites’ environs. With unprecedented in-room furnishings, business facilities, kitchenette and laundry services, each apartment is uniquely designed in its individual theme creating an abode in a truly remarkable interior space.



























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Our unique Roof Top Restaurant is an outstanding dining experience, and which will leave you wanting to come back for more! Our helpful and friendly staff will serve you delicious food, superlative cocktails and a fantastic selection of wines, while you enjoy the stunning views right from the top of The Vertical Suite. It is the only one of its kind in Bangna, and does not disappoint. It is the perfect place if you're entertaining guests or friends, or if you simply want to unwind with good food, long cool drinks, while looking at the impressive skyline from your table.












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