The project is expected to be completed by the second quarter of 2009.
“Silicon Valley,” also called “Science Town,” features a wide range of high-tech industrial facilities and other projects. It is being developed as Guangzhou’s prime area for business, residences and retailing, and will also include vacation destinations in this city noted for modernistic architecture. Microsoft, IBM, Intel, Oracle, Besco, Sony, Honda, Vtron, and DuPont are among the major companies that have agreed to occupy space in this new development.
“The new ‘Silicon Valley’ contract demonstrates CAE’s continued expansion to its already robust China business while it is also advancing into new markets abroad, said Ken Yi Luo, China Architectural Engineering’s Chairman and CEO. “We are excited to be associated with a development that houses several technology leaders in China as well as some of its most advanced and striking architecture.”
Wang Yang, the leader of the Guangdong’s Province, commented, “Xiguan represents Guangzhou’s past; Zhujiang New Town represents Guangzhou’s present; and Science Town represents Guangzhou’s future.”
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About China Architectural Engineering, Inc.
China Architectural Engineering, Inc. (CAE) (AMEX:RCH), which began operations in 1992, has maintained a leading position in the global commercial construction industry by providing timely, high-quality, reliable, fully integrated & cost-effective service solutions to its clients utilizing specialized technical expertise in the design, engineering, fabrication and construction of building envelop solution systems. It specializes in high-end curtain wall systems (including glass, stone & metal curtain walls), roofing systems, steel construction systems, eco-energy saving building conservation systems and related products, for public works and commercial real estate projects. CAE has worked with world-renowned architects and building engineers from China and other countries and has completed over 100 large, complex and unique projects throughout China, Hong Kong, Macau, Australia and Southeast Asia, including numerous award-winning landmark buildings in many of Asia's major cities. It is now capitalizing on its industry-leading expertise by expanding aggressively beyond China into some of the hottest construction markets in the world, including the Middle East, Central Asia and Eastern Europe. It recently set up operations in New York to expand in the U.S. and Canadian markets. CAE now has operations in 13 cities in China, Hong Kong, Sydney (Australia), Dubai (UAE) and New York (USA).
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