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Client: Promotal Limited
Architect: Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects and Engineers (H.K.) Ltd.
Engineer: JMK Consulting Engineers Limited
Interior Designer: SWD Limited
Construction period: 3.5 yrs
Address: 20 - 22 Tak Fung Street, Hung Hom , Kowloon
Floor Area: 9135m2 (OT-1), 15758m2 (OT-2)
Addition of 5-storey office floors to an existing 19-storey office building and 13-storey hotel floors on top of the adjacent existing 19-storey office building, both are in full operation with sitting tenants during the extension works. The works involve extensive and complicated structural alterations (including post-tensioned RC structures), E/M diversions and change-over, and lift modernization for the 3 existing buildings.
The additional floors are in composite structure of approximately 5,000 tons of structural steel and RC. The additional hotel tower is sitting on a complicated transfer truss, linked to and integrated with the adjacent existing hotel building with a footbridge.
Other than general provision of hoarding at street level, an extensive uniquely-designed catch fan was provided on top of the existing office buildings for public safety. Hoisting of construction materials from street level at adjacent development and movements of construction workers are the major concerns.
Client: Kiangsu & Chekiang Primary School
Architect: Amasia International Design Group
Engineer: P.C. Lam & Associates Ltd
Construction period: Feb 2004 to Apr 2005
Contract sum: HK$20,960,000
Location: 30 Ching Wah Street, North Point, H.K
This project involves the construction of 2-storey vertical extension on top of a four-storey primary school together
with a 6-storey lift shaft including an underground water tank.
As the duration of the construction spans across the teaching period, this increases the difficulty of the work. In order to minimize noise nuisance and disturbance generated during the construction process, specific working schemes were applied to suit the school calendar.
The contract sum is HK$21 Million. The project was completed in 2005.