The Canberra station (NS12) is an elevated Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) station on the North South Line located along Canberra Link in Sembawang, Singapore. RSP Architects approached Kingspan to design and develop an aesthetic and functional roof system for the station.
The Tampines Town Council constructed the Our Tampines Hub complex (OTH) to replace the former Tampines Stadium, Sports Hall, Swimming Pool, HDB Tampines Branch office and Regional library. All these individual buildings were housed under one new multi purpose complex, known as the OTH. Kingspan Singapore worked with DP Architects on the design and development of the KingZip Linea standing seam roof system for the complex
With the development of the New İstanbul Airport in Turkey, Turkish Airlines (THY) is building a state-of-the-art campus comprised of 50+ next-generation support facilities that will total over 650,000sqm. KingZip Linea was the roof system of choice for the first phase of the campus for the ULD (unit loading device) repair facility, an in-flight services facility, battery charging facility, and a cargo forward base.
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Dubai International Airport Concourse 3 roof was built using 61,000 metre square of Kingzip Freeform Building envelopes in this 2009 project. Read more
Designed with urban elegance in mind the spectacular centre piece roof of the hotel was built using Kingzip Freeform Building Envelopes.
The Armed Forces Club & Hotel project was built using the KingZip Linea system. A unique feature of the structure was its 24,000 square metre roof. Read more..
KingZip Linea was chosen due to unparallelled benefits as a flexible roof system. Benchmark roof & wall liner were used to create the remainder of the envelope.
This central maintenance facility was built using 98,000 metre squared of KingZip standing seam and Kingspan PIR Firesafe wall panels. Read more..
The Kingzip system was used to create the shape of the Hotel’s domed Bistro, the sheets were tapered and curved on site to achieve the dome geometry. Read more.