Sports Centre, Community Hall & Football Pitches
The project site occupies an area of about 25 100 square metres. It will have indoor heated swimming pool, indoor heated training pool and a Jacuzzi, a multi-purpose arena that can accommodate basketball, volleyball and badminton courts with a seating capacity of about 800, comprising about 400 fixed and about 400 retractable spectator seats; multi-purpose activity rooms and ancillary facilities.
Plover Cove Road Area 1, Tai Po
A multi-purpose hall with a seating capacity of 450 with a stage; a stage store room; a stage meeting room; male and female dressing rooms; a conference room; and ancillary facilities. A two 7-a-side hard-surfaced football pitches, each with a covered spectator stand accommodating about 150 people; and ancillary facilities.
Design and Build of Regional HQ cum Ngau Tau Kok Divisional Police Station Kai Tak Operational Base, Kowloon EastThe Regional Headquarters and Operational Base cum Ngau Tau Kok Divisional Police Station is an innovative structure and accommodation that occupies an area of about 6,618 square meter.
It comprises a report room, public interface areas, office accommodation, changing and night duties accommodation, dining and recreation facilities, armoury and indoor shooting range, police control room, dangerous good storage facilities, a fuel (petrol and diesel) filling station, covered and uncovered areas for police vehicles of various sizes, and dog kennels among others.
Central Police Station Conservation and Revitalisation Project Hollywood Road, CentralThe Project includes HVAC, P&D and Fire Services. It is a conservation of 16 buildings of historical or architectural significance and several open spaces on the approximately 3.37-acre site. To support the activities on the revitalized site, two new buildings will be built to provide additional floor space for contemporary art and exhibition areas and plant rooms, and will help to reduce interventions to the historic buildings.
It is aimed that the new buildings will carefully inject fresh elements within the fabric of the existing buildings, adding new functions and synergy to the unique historic character of the site.
New Civil Aviation Department Headquarters (Tier 4)
In anticipation of the projected air traffic in Hong Kong International Airport, the HK government replaced the existing air traffic control system and developed a New Headquarters for the Civil Aviation Department which housed all currently dispersed CAD functional divisions into a single location. The project was constructed with approximately 65,000 sq meter floor area.
Hong Kong International Airport
The design and build scheme was in itself a big challenge, especially on areas where various services were simultaneously required and this scenario necessitated an accurate coordination skills and a firm knowledge of the entire building services, in order to minimize reworks and/or double handling of works, thus mitigated potential delays to the works programme.
The provision of 100 CRAC Units for the Data Centre with the cooling capacity ranging from 20kW to 40kW and heating capacity of 2kW was a challenge due to the the fact that technical requirements were more stringent than normal commercial CRAC units as they help to handle flight data involving risk of human lives than data centres which are for stocks and commercial information. Adding to the complexity of the air-conditioning system is the nature of the building’s location, which is situated on four portions, namely Sites A,B,C and the temporary construction works area. A fixed link bridge was designed to connect one building to another while an underground service tunnel connected Site A and Site B.