International design firm Woods Bagot has been awarded best Commercial/Mised Use Built Project Award at this year’s Cityscape Awards evening for their design of the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP). In accepting the award, Woods Bagot Director, Richard Marshall said: “This project represents a combination of the best of our design intelligence underpinned by […]
October 9th, 2009
International design firm Woods Bagot has been awarded best Commercial/Mised Use Built Project Award at this year’s Cityscape Awards evening for their design of the Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP).
In accepting the award, Woods Bagot Director, Richard Marshall said: “This project represents a combination of the best of our design intelligence underpinned by our continuing commitment to applied research delivered from the talent of our global studios.
“From Woods Bagot perspective the Cityscape awards are an important endorsement of our firm and at a challenging time for all of us in the development industry. I am thrilled to accept this award on behalf the hundreds of individuals who work in our studios to make a difference to the world.”
Mark Mitcheson-Low, Woods Bagot Director for the Middle East added: “As part of its long-term vision, QSTP’s purpose is to become an internationally recognised hub for research and commercialisation. To this end, the world-class design of the building is already providing a draw to global technology leaders and will become the focus for the business goals of all of Qatar.”
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