One Roxas Triangle

The One Roxas Triangle, also known as the One Roxas Triangle Tower 1 or Roxas Triangle Tower One, is a residential condominium skyscraper located in Makati City, Philippines. It is owned by Roxas Land Corp., and was developed by the combined efforts of Ayala Land, Inc., Hongkong Land, Inc. and Bank of the Philippine Islands. It stands at 174.3 metres (571.85 feet), it is currently the 8th-tallest complete building in Makati City, and the 15th tallest complete building in the Philippines. One Roxas Triangle is planned to be a 2-tower complex, and the current tower is the 1st tower. Plans to build the second tower was temporarily shelved, and no schedule is released regarding its construction.

The Project Team
The One Roxas Triangle was designed by international architectural firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, LLP in cooperation with local architectural firm Pimentel Rodriguez Simbulan & Partners; while the structural design was provided by international engineering company Skilling Ward Magnusson Barkshire Inc. in cooperation with renowned local engineering firm Aromin & Sy + Associates. Construction management works were provided by TCGI Engineers, quantity surveying works by Davis, Langdon and Seah Philippines, and the general contractor is D.M. Consunji, Inc. Members of the engineering and design team are Flack & Kurtz Consulting Engineers, LLP in cooperation with DCCD Engineering Corp. (Mechanical and Electrical Works); N.B. Franco Consulting Engineers (Sanitary and Fire Protection Works); Belt Collins (HK) Ltd. (Landscape Architecture); Shen Milson & Wilke (Acoustic Design); Control Risks Pacific Pty. Ltd. (Security Services); and Paul Lau (Feng Shui consultancy).
 

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