The new facility for the Australian Embassy in Bangkok includes the chancery, a Head of Mission (HOM) residence, and two perimeter guard stations in landscaped surrounds within a secure complex. The workmanship of the build needed to reflect the prestige of an official diplomatic international office.

The embassy is a bespoke building complex designed to accommodate events such as official receptions, exhibitions and trade displays, meetings, lectures and business missions, and is capable of catering for the wide range of representational functions undertaken by the Embassy.

WTP have an in depth understanding of the various requirements of the delivery of Embassies for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. We managed various elements of the cost planning, tender and construction phases, and were actively involved in the contractor briefing sessions and subsequent tender review, analysis, interview, negotiation and recommendations with careful consideration to both local Thai practices and regulations as well as Australian best practice.

The embassy hosts events such as official receptions, exhibitions and trade displays, meetings, lectures and business missions, utilising the public spaces, conference rooms and outdoor areas, as well as the official representational areas of the HOM residence.