Founded in 1994, CCDI is a large architectural consulting firm that provides integrated services for urban construction and development. We have business units covering broad industry sectors to achieve specialization. Five regional offices that are located in Shanghai, Beijing, Shenzhen, Chengdu and New York set up our operations cross-regionally. CCDI successfully constructed six sports venues for the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, including the National Aquatics Center famously referred to as the “Water Cube”. Since its founding, CCDI has made remarkable technological advancements in order to compete with top international firms in innovative and sustainable design.
CCDI applies a modern enterprise management system to set up practical operational policies that maximize the capabilities of a Chinese design firm. CCDI employs almost two thousand outstanding architects, engineers, planners, consultants, project managers and other professionals. With our collective and comprehensive specialties, we are poised to promote the scientific development of the cities and the harmonious improvement of society.
In response to the need for economic, technological and cultural professional research and services to support China’s rapid urbanization process, CCDI employs specialists to explore the optimal design for urban areas and communities’ long-term development. We offer consulting, architectural design, construction management, engineering, and other services in the fields of general building, rail transportation, health care, environment and energy conservation, among others. Offering such a diverse group of sectors ensures that customers find the best solutions for their unique projects.
Yihe Yangguang Building,
No.12 Dongtucheng Road, Chaoyang District
Beijing Shi, CN , 100013