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Daiichi’s 32-storey One World Place in Bonifacio Global City recently claimed it achieved above-standard structural performance and reliability after engaging AIT Consulting. The company’s World Plaza, which won the Asia Pacific Award for best office development in the Philippines for 2015, reached the same reliability status in performance-based seismic and wind evaluations conducted by Magnusson Klemencic Associates (MKA), an international award-winning structural and civil engineering firm, and Sy^2 and Associates, one of the leading structural engineering companies in the Philippines. “It is critical for developers to implement an effective way to evaluate their projects in terms of disaster resilience at the start of the design and construction process,” Eric Manuel, vice president for business development of Daiichi Properties.

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