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Top Architecture Designers Invited for the Design of the Terminal 3 Area

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Facilitated by the General Consultant, the Terminal 3 area project, as the flagship of the Taoyuan Aerotropolis Plan, has completed the plan stage. TIAC will hold a Request for Information (RFI) seminar in September to gather discussions and feedback from top architecture designers in the world for the preparation of T3’s design tender.

The RFI seminar, with two sessions, Chinese in the morning and English in the afternoon, will be held on 25 September in T2’s 1019 Press room. TIAC and the General Consultant will explain the vision and initial results of the Terminal 3 area project to participating teams who are interested in the detail design tender, and to absorb their opinions. TIAC intends to make the Terminal 3 area, the single biggest public building since the major 10 constructions in Taiwan and also taken seriously by global designers, a new landmark of this country that our fellow citizens can feel proud of.

The T3 area project includes two parts: a terminal that can accommodate 45 million passengers annually, and a Multi-function Building (MFB) that connects T2 and T3. The MFB will be the window of Taiwan to obtain flows of passengers, cargo, cash, and information, and to attract the station of global hotel brands. It will also act as the exhibition center of MIT products and brands. T2 and T3, after being connected by MFB, will become a Mega-Terminal that inspires passengers arriving at Taiwan.

In addition to the RFI seminar, TIAC has begun to arrange the 2015 design tender, with the purpose of selecting the first-class team to unfold the detail design afterwards. In the future the construction of the T3 area will be executed in stages and opened for operation regionally to serve passengers.

TIAC welcomes those interested in the RFI seminar to register before 5 September. For detailed information and invitation letter please refer to the link: Terminal 3

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