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Old September 18th, 2012, 08:52 AM   #741
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Old September 18th, 2012, 11:53 PM   #742
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Old September 28th, 2012, 06:07 AM   #747
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There still very limited infos about this but here is one recent article mentioned about it and It is still under the reviewing process of EIA committee as far as I know.

Thai architecture firm expands
PROPERTY REPORT : Sep 27, 2012


Thailand-based architecture and design firm The Beaumont Partnership (TBP) has appointed Peter Skinner to the position of partner, as the company expands its operations in Thailand to meet escalating demand.

Skinner, who has extensive international and local experience, will be joining the management leadership and providing added strength and depth to the growing team in the Bangkok office, mentoring young Thai architects and further building on the company’s portfolio of projects that covers the commercial, hospitality and residential sectors.

TBP chief executive officer Tim Beaumont said the introduction of Skinner to the company would be a huge boost to everyone and important to managing a period of significant growth generated by the expanding Thai and Indochinese economies. Around the region, there existed a high demand for a level of creativity to which local designers and architects were very well suited for both local and international projects, Beaumont said.

“We are delighted Peter has been appointed partner, as he brings widespread expertise, creativity and knowledge, plus is an ideal mentor for the superb young Thai architectural and design talent of the future who we are committed to training and developing,” he said.

Skinner’s extensive experience will allow TBP’s projects Thailand and the rest of Asia to flourish further as the country’s economy continues to thrive.

Skinner brings to the company experience across feasibility/concept planning as well as architectural and interior design. He has formerly been responsible for numerous design projects internationally including Sheraton Hotel, Hanoi, Vietnam; Park Plaza Ulaan Bataar, Mongolia; Le Meridien Bangalore, India; and the Radisson Sukhumvit Soi 13 Bangkok, Thailand, among others. Residential projects have included The Peninsula Residence, Bangkok, Thailand; Ocean Vista Residences, Phanthiet, Vietnam; the Majestic Quay residential development Perth Western Australia; and the People’s Republic of China Consulate, East Perth.

“I am delighted to be appointed partner at this prestigious firm,” said Mr Skinner. “It’s an exciting time to be part of a dynamic company that continues to expand its client base thanks to the entire team’s abililty to deliver a full spectrum of integrated services and personalised solutions from conception to completion,” Skinner said.

TBP’s notable projects include the Northpoint Pattaya condominium; Ocean One Tower condominium in Pattaya, The Andaman Resort and Residences, Phang Nga, and the Lakes Condominium Bangkok. The firm has also involved in the design of prominent international schools in South East Asia.
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XXXIX, 34 Storey : Sukhumvit-39

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Project Description : 34 Ultra luxury condominium tower
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Lumpinee set to hang up its gloves Famed boxing stadium moves to a new site in 2014

Published: 20/10/2012 at 04:56 PM Newspaper section: News

The bell for the final round is set to be rung on the renowned - and somewhat notorious - Lumpinee Boxing Stadium after many decades as the greatest attraction for muay Thai fighters in the country.

The stadium on Rama IV Road is a stone's throw from the former site of the Armed Forces Academies Preparatory School in the busy Bangkok commercial and tourism district.

Cramped for space, the 3-rai stadium sits on prime real estate which its owner, the Crown Property Bureau, is considering for commercial development.

The Army Welfare Department has decided the stadium, which it runs, needs a bigger home away from the traffic-clogged heart of the city.

The army has granted permission for the use of its sports facility on Ram Intra Road on which to build a new, spruced-up stadium.

The old stadium, which will close its doors in early 2014, will leave behind a legacy.

It was established in 1956 on the order of former military strongman Prapass Charusathiara.

He had the stadium built while he was commander of the 1st Division, King's Guard, in Bangkok.

The stadium project came into being as a rival to the older Ratchadamnoen Boxing Stadium on Ratchadamnoen Nok Avenue in terms of facilities and standards.

Lumpinee has hosted so many historic matches over the decades that it became the mecca for muay Thai boxers the world over. Winners at Lumpinee are held in high esteem by boxing professionals.

Champions of the two prestigious stadiums often compete in sold-out matches and the stakes for the winners hit the roof.

Lumpinee is open between 6pm and 10pm on Tuesdays and Fridays and between 5pm and half past midnight on Saturday. No boxing matches are held on religious holidays.

Maj Gen Surakai Chuttumart, director of the Army Welfare Department who is also Lumpinee Boxing Stadium master, said the army laid a ceremonial stone foundation for the new stadium on Aug 21. The event was presided over by army chief Gen Prayuth Chan-ocha, who chairs the executive board of the stadium.


The 56-year-old Lumpinee Boxing Stadium in Bangkok’s Pathumwan district will close in early 2014. SITHIKORN WONGWUDTHIANUN
Maj Gen Surakai said the new stadium will be fully equipped and integrated with modern facilities and technological features on offer. It is designed to provide convenience and accessibility to physically challenged people.

The stadium will have three buildings, the main one containing the principal boxing ring and which will be air-conditioned.

It will have 500 ringside seats, 800 seats on the second floor and 2,500 seats on the third floor. Combined with those with standing tickets, the ring can accommodate up to 8,000 people.

The second building will have staff offices with rooms for important guests. It will also have an exhibition hall detailing Lumpinee's history and a Thai boxing museum.

The third is a five-storey building. Boxers will train on the first floor, while the second to the fifth floors will be reserved for car parking space.

The new stadium will cost 380 million baht to build and construction of the foundations is proceeding.

"A gigantic monitor will be put up outside the stadium to relay major tournaments," Maj Gen Surakai said.

He promises the new stadium on 6 rai of land will deliver an audio and visual spectacle of the first order.

However, Maj Gen Surakai expected the new facility might attract fewer customers in the early months of its opening as people are not familiar with its location which is far from the city centre.

His vision is to spread the word about the art of Thai boxing on a global scale. Matches at Lumpinee Boxing Stadium are broadcast live on the Thai Global Network to 177 countries.

"The history of Thai boxing will be immortalised with a dedicated museum in the new stadium. Everyone, be they local residents or foreigners, interested in the martial artistry of Thai boxing will come here," he said.

Maj Gen Surakai said the new stadium, scheduled to be inaugurated in February 2014, will be served by a comprehensive transport network.

The new facility will also come with new plans by the management to seek the cooperation of boxing promoters to avoid choosing boxers who "are more into fancy footwork" to fight at the stadium.

He said boxing matches used to be more rousing than they are now.

"These days, boxers tend to be a lot less forceful and forthcoming with their moves in the ring ...They put more focus on physicality and this is where the allure of muay Thai is losing its shine," he said.

Maj Gen Surakai said Thai boxing should be more fun to watch.

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