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Kuala Lumpur City Centre

The Kuala Lumpur City Center project was designed and built in three phases. The initial phase involved the Petronas Towers, formerly the world’s largest standing structures, which peak at 1,483 ft (452 meters).

Bullet Twin 88-story towers
Bullet 12 MW Co-gen plant

The 11,000,000 sf Phase I situated the twin 88-story office towers above a retail podium that contains a performing arts center, car park and an art & science museum. The state-of-the-art facilities serve as the headquarters for Petroliam Nasional Berhad, Malaysia’s National Oil Company.

WSP USA designed a 30,000-ton central plant, which was expanded to 60,000 tons to meet the Phase II and III requirements. The plant features12 MW of cogeneration capacity using gas turbines to generate electric power, recovery boilers to efficiently produce high pressure steam and electric and steam-driven chillers for site cooling requirements. The chillers use environmentally acceptable refrigerants to minimize potential hazards.

Retail Podium: 1,500,000 sf

Arts Center: 1,000 seats

Museum: 60,000 sf

Car Park: 2,500,000 sf



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