The $104 Million project is on a 320,000 Sq.Ft site in Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea, located in the northeastern portion of the Harbour City development.
The U.S. Embassy project has been designed by Karns Charuhas Chapman & Twohey (KCCT) Architects for the U.S. Department of States Overseas Buildings Operations (OBO) and is projected to be competed in 2019. It will consist of several Buildings : a New Embassy (NOB), a New Office Annex (NOX), a Service Building ( SVC) , a Support Annex (SPX) , and Recreational Facilities (REC). Located in the coastline Harbour City development complex, the site offers a welcoming environment for visitors to the United States and Americans working abroad. A new design standard sets the tone for this new mixed-use community of diplomatic, commercial and high-end residences on land reclaimed from the Coral Sea on a man-made peninsula. This remarkable project serves as a focal point for Harbour City encouraging renewable energy technologies while incorporating indigenous design aesthetics .
"Framaco's professional teams has done an exceptional job in the quality control aspect of our project, they have been so responsive in complying with all of OBO requests in terms of safety and quality programs of the project; they have been successful in their commitment to work, efficient resource allocation, and skilled management aspects in their business execution; we appreciate their excellent performance in Pakistan."