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Heritage Conservation Project

University Hall, The University of Hong Kong

Client: Estates Office, University of Hong Kong
In-House Consultant: A+T Design
Antiquities & Monuments Consultant: Mr. C. C. Ho, Ivan
Architect: Y.I. & Associates Ltd.
Engineer: H K Cheng & Partners Limited
Construction Period: Jun 2005 to Aug 2006
Contract Sum: HK$16,325,000
Location: 144 Pokfulam Road, HK

This building was built as a castle in about 1861. In 1956, it was used as a hall of residence for male students of the University of Hong Kong and renamed as the University Hall of University of Hong Kong. The exterior of the University Hall has been included in the list of declared monuments of Hong Kong by the Antiquities and Monuments Office.
This project involves the renovation and redecoration works of this historical building together with slope protection works. It includes asbestos abatement works, renovation of the building façade, external works and structural strengthening etc. During the construction, the existing student tenants only move out in stages. It is a declared monument and asbestos abatement works are involved, the construction work became much more complicated and require careful coordination and planning.
The contract sum is HK$16 Million. The project was completed in August 2006.

University Hall, The University of Hong Kong - Exterior View

University Hall, The University of Hong Kong - Interior View

University Hall, The University of Hong Kong - Interior View

University Hall, The University of Hong Kong - Exterior View

University Hall, The University of Hong Kong - Interior View