Renowned industry experts, advising from first-hand experience
Central police station conservation and revitalisation projectHong Kong, China
Zhuhai Shizimen “Infinity Loop Bridge”Zuhai, China
Prestige Pavilion, London Olympics 2012UK
Haramain high-speed rail stationsSaudi Arabia
Kurilpa bridgeBrisbane, Australia
Maliha Military HospitalSharjah, UAE
The Consortium
Buro Happold Limited
International design engineers and consultants to the built environment
Rider Levett Bucknall Limited
International cost consultants and project advisors
Taylor Wessing LLP
International commercial and infrastructure lawyers
LLB Investment Limited
International project developers, facilitators, financial structurers and funders
MAPPS is a consortium of independent, experienced professionals consisting of separate entities Buro Happold, Taylor Wessing, Rider Levett Bucknall and LLB Investment. They have a wealth of knowledge on international infrastructure, energy, social and security projects. The members of the consortium are all based in London as an international hub and have offices and connections throughout the world.
From time to time, we engage our strong network of partners who have a wealth of knowledge and expertise about managing and advising upon a range of specialist projects, from nuclear decommissioning to security initiatives. Furthermore, MAPPS is committed to generating growth and transferring skills within local economies by promoting the development and enhancement of local and international industries.
The MAPPS members (except the law firm which naturally plays a different role) have historically acted as the advisers, planners, designers and managers for the physical delivery for a range of global prestigious projects from road and rail, to stadiums and power stations. They are therefore best positioned to advise upon projects in their entirety, from their inception to completion including any political, financial and technical issues.
Please click the blue links on the left for more information about each core consortium member and its specialised contribution to the MAPPS consortium.
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