Significant Achievements

Taiwan High Speed Rail System

The Taiwan High Speed Rail is Taiwan's high-speed rail network, running approximately 345 kilometers from Taipei City to Kaohsiung City. The total cost of the project is currently estimated to be USD $ 15 Billion. When completed, trains will travel from Taipei City to Kaohsiung City in roughly 90 minutes as opposed to the current 4-6 hours by conventional rail.


Taipei Mass Rapid Transit (MRT)

The Taipei Mass Rapid Transit System also known as the MRT, is a series of underground and elevated metro systems throughout the Taipei metropolitan area. The MRT is one of the most expensive rapid transit systems ever constructed, with the initial phase costing over US$18 billion. Since its completion, it has reduced travel time from one end of Taipei to the other from up to three or more hours to less than an hour, and has been effective in relieving some of Taipei's traffic congestion problems. In addition to the rapid transit system itself, the TRTS also includes several public facilities such as underground shopping malls, parks, and public squares.


Taipei 101

Taipei 101 was designed by C.Y. Lee & Partners and constructed by KTRT Joint Venture, it is currently the tallest building in the world by three of the four standards designated by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat. Its original name was Taipei Financial Centre, based on its official Chinese name: the Taipei International Financial Center. The building is the 2004 recipient of the Emporis Skyscraper Award.