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  1. the global design & planning practice Shanghai Science and Technology Museum

  2. some facts Established 1946 Diversified global design & planning practice with end-to-end creative and technical services International reputation for large-scale urban planning and quality design China Science and Technology Museum

  3. solid foundation Over 1,100 staff with 2007 revenues well above US $200,000,000 Lalaport Centre, Kashiwan, Japan

  4. our mission Create great places that enhance the human experience. Shanghai Science and Technology Museum

  5. strategic initiatives • Become the premier global design firm • Diversify practice across sectors, services and geographies to increase opportunities for world class value-added commissions • Focus expansion on first tier, international cities for access to quality clients and world-class talent • Push technology to constantly re-define innovation Zha Bei, Shanghai, China

  6. Revenue Growth (1996 – 2006)

  7. London Chicago Baltimore Tokyo Los Angeles Madrid Washington, DC Dallas Shanghai Miami RTKL Worldwide

  8. Net Revenue By GeographyYTD June 2007 US Ambassador’s ResidenceKuwait City, Kuwait

  9. core services • Planning / Urban Design • Architecture • Interior Architecture • Environmental Graphic Design • Historic Preservation • Structural Engineering • MEP Engineering • Applied Technology • Landscape Architecture • Special Systems Design • Sustainability • Healthcare Technologies • Brand Building • Protective Planning City Crossing, Shenzhen, China

  10. practice groups COMMERCIAL Retail Sport/Leisure Residential Hospitality HEALTHCARE Strategic Planning Hospitals Laboratories Equipment Planning WORKPLACE Corporate Diplomatic Civic Academic PLANNING&URBAN DESIGN ENGINEERING Special systems Structural MEP

  11. Net Revenue by Practice Group / SectorYTD June 2007

  12. collaboration While we dominate a number of key markets across the globe, we believe true design magic comes when we cross-pollinate ideas and approaches across our core business sectors and services.

  13. our process Holistic, multi-discipline collaboration that incorporates urban design, architecture, interiors, branding and landscape architecture to create places of distinction.

  14. the work

  15. placemaking RTKL creates environments that celebrate the human condition – places where people feel comfortable, safe, part of a larger community. This takes an understanding of the broader issues of context, scale and the public realm as much as an emphasis on detail and quality.

  16. North Bund District PlanShanghai

  17. Tustin Legacy Tustin, CA

  18. Bawadi MasterplanDubai, UAE

  19. convergence: mxd A single-use sensibility is no longer sustainable. Today’s major developments depend on a mixture of uses, an urban sensibility and a collaboration among multiple stakeholders. Stacked components, mass transit and an enhanced public realm are the hallmarks of the next generation of large-scale development.

  20. City CrossingShenzhen, China

  21. Westfield San Francisco CentreSan Francisco, California

  22. living above the shop Shifting demographics and an emphasis on life-style are altering the residential landscape. Today’s new communities rely on “sustainable planning” to create a proximity of uses and an urban density in a suburban or edge-city location.

  23. The DomainAustin, Texas

  24. escape Rebounding from an economic slump, hotels worldwide are emphasizing the importance of a complete and comprehensive guest experience. Whether we design for the executive or the tourist, we now offer a comprehensive team of planners, architects, interior architects and graphic designers.

  25. Hotel AmstelAmsterdam, The Netherlands

  26. Mandarin OrientalMiami, Florida

  27. wellness A more demanding and sophisticated consumer is driving new changes in the design and delivery of health care and health-related environments. Hospitals resemble hotels while centers of excellence are demanding innovative thinking in terms of operations and technology.

  28. Florida Hospital WatermanTavares, Florida

  29. The Heart Hospital, Baylor Plano, Texas

  30. managing brands Our knowledge of brand helps our clients define their mission and values. Our understanding of consumer trends, the value of sponsorship and the elusive science of psychographics has placed us head and shoulders above our competition in translating those values – their brand – into the built environment.

  31. SubZero/Wolf/KWC ShowroomCharlotte, North CarolinaAtlanta, Georgia

  32. Shinsei BankTokyo, Japan

  33. Canyon Ranch Brand Guidelines

  34. technology Technology moves faster than the speed of business, and RTKL has been at the absolute forefront of combining specialized services with world class design to create the next wave of technology-enhanced environments. Special Systems. Equipment Planning. Applied Tech.

  35. Huawei Data CenterShanghai, China

  36. the speed of business Whether designing a new headquarters on the skyline or developing a workspace that expresses mission as much as it attracts and retains talent, RTKL has assembled an impressive workplace portfolio

  37. Computer Sciences Corp European HeadquartersAldershot, UK

  38. Shenzhen Finance and Cultural CentreShenzhen, China

  39. General Motors Public AffairsWashington, DC

  40. how we shop The nature of retail has changed dramatically over the last five years, and RTKL has led the charge in creating vibrant commercial environments that understand retail’s relationship with brand, entertainment, technology and lifestyle.

  41. Duty Free ShopsVarious Locations

  42. Garden Walk ParksideTokyo, Japan

  43. culture as catalyst RTKL believes in preserving the historic and cultural legacies of all communities along with creating the iconic images of the present. These we see as opportunities to create great architecture as well as spark urban regeneration and foster a deeper sense of civic pride.

  44. Shanghai Science and Technology MuseumShanghai, China

  45. Chinese Film MuseumBeijing, China

  46. US Capitol Visitor CenterWashington, DC

  47. transit-oriented development Today’s sustainable, thriving communities rely on a mixture of uses as well as an understanding of mass transit, which should be an integral element of any comprehensive urban plan. By creating economic opportunities and commercial nodes, TOD makes our cities more livable.

  48. Principe PioMadrid, Spain

  49. Estacion Malaga Malaga, Spain

  50. sport-anchored districts Critical to the success of stadia and arenas today is the development of an intense, intimate fan environment complete with pre- and post-game activities. These developments feature new sources of revenue for operators and opportunities for cities to create an iconic image.