EUASIA is an urban planning and design consultancy based in Hong Kong responsible for numerous strategic and regional planning studies, tourism master plans and urban development proposals in the Asia Pacific region, South Asia and the Middle East. Our core consultants have more than 20 years experience working in Asia, specializing in strategic and urban planning, urban design and tourism planning and development taking advantage of the knowledge of the cultural and geographical features of each place where our projects are located.
The firm provides its services with a unique personal approach to our clients using international best practice as a catalyst for achieving the best practical and sustainable solutions and designs to meet each project’s challenges and our clients’ expectations. We associate successfully in many multidisciplinary projects jointly with other large consultancies, well-known experts and institutions providing a holistic planning service to our clients.
EUASIA has worked extensively in the People's Republic of China on urban master planning and environmental and tourism planning projects, including those in Zhejiang, Guangxi, Hunan, Guizhou and Shandong provinces. As part of this work it has established good relations with national consultants, design institutes and universities covering several disciplines. Together with partners in Europe, we also co-operate with clients to help them apply for funding by major aid agencies, having successfully instigated an environmental and tourism project (Environmental Upgrading through TOUrism or EUTOU) in Wuzhishan, Hainan under the EU's AsiaUrbs programme.
EUASIA has also important long standing urban planning projects in the Middle East, notably being responsible for the technical co-ordination and urban design and town planning work on the master plan for a new city centre in Jubail City, Saudi Arabia (with Wilbur Smith Associates) as well as two district plans for the city. The city centre is currently being built, having attracted important investment, and EUASIA is contributing to the plan's ongoing implementation through supporting marketing studies and revisions of the urban design guidelines. Recently the firm has also applied innovative landscape and artscape design solutions to major road corridors in Doha, State of Qatar.
Other notable studies include the technical co-ordination of the Sub-Regional Development Plan for the Tsunami Affected Region, Thailand, an ADB study for which sub-regional planning and tourism planning inputs were also provided.