|Location||Makati Avenue corner Paseo de Roxas, Makati, Philippines|
|Management||CB Richard Ellis Philippines Inc.(Leasing Agent)|
|Roof||155 m (508.53 ft)|
|Floor count||33 aboveground, 5 underground|
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Skidmore, Owings and Merrill; W.V. Coscoluella & Associates|
|Developer||Bridgebury Realty Corporation|
|Structural engineer||Meinhardt Philippines|
|Main contractor||Leighton Philippines|
The Zuellig Building is an office skyscraper located in the Makati Central Business District in Metro Manila, Philippines and is one of buildings taller than 150 m in the area. It is owned by the Zuellig Group and developed by its real estate arm, Bridgebury Realty Corp. It rises to 155 metres (508.53 feet), and was the first Platinum level LEED Core and Shell building in the Philippines upon its completion in 2013.
The Zuellig Building was designed by international architectural firm Skidmore, Owings and Merrill, in cooperation with local architectural firm W.V. Coscolluela & Associates. Facade design was done by Meinhardt Hong Kong Pte. Ltd., while Structural, Mechanical & Electrical, and Fire Protection engineering & design was provided by Meinhardt Philippines.
Other consultants of the project team are Davis Langdon & Seah Philippines Inc. (LEED Sustainability Consultant); E.A Aurelio Landscape Architects (Landscape Consultant); SBLD Studio (Lighting Consultant); Hill & Associates Risk Consulting (Philippines) Inc. (Security Consultant); and Sun Asia Industries (Traffic Consultant).
The general contractor is Leighton Contractors (Philippines), Inc., a subsidiary of Leighton Holdings. The project construction team also includes Permasteelisa (Curtain Wall Installation); Design Coordinates, Inc.(Construction Project Management); and Davis Langdon & Seah Philippines, Inc. (Quantity Surveying).
The Commissioning Authority (CxA) is Forsspac
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- "Building puts PH in green world map". Philippine Daily Inquirer. Retrieved 21 July 2014.