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Clinical and High-end Laboratory Projects

Influenza Centre, New Medical Complex, University of Hong Kong

Client: University of Hong Kong
Architect: Percy Thomas Architects
Construction Period: Oct 2003 to Feb 2004
Contract sum: HK$23,080,000
Location: New Medical Complex

his project is the first PC-3 facility with animal holding facility and involves the construction of Biosafety Level 3 and 4 facilities for studies of high virulence influenza (particularly isolates from birds and pigs arising in China) and high risk diseases (including SARS) which included both laboratories and animal facilities (now commissioned as the University of Hong Kong's Research Centre for Emerging Infectious Diseases (HKURCEID). Extensive re-engineering of the whole E&M system is to cater for the stringent requirements of the Australian Standard. The laboratory is the first State Key Laboratory outside Mainland China approved by the China Ministry Science and Technology.
Tysan worked closely with an independent specialist in biocontainment and with good co-operation and communication between architects, engineers and users. This project was completed in 2004. The contract sum is about 23 million.

Influenza Centre, New Medical Complex, University of Hong Kong - Interior View

Influenza Centre, New Medical Complex, University of Hong Kong - Interior View

Influenza Centre, New Medical Complex, University of Hong Kong - Interior View

Influenza Centre, New Medical Complex, University of Hong Kong - Interior View

Influenza Centre, New Medical Complex, University of Hong Kong - Interior View

Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic, Admiralty Centre

Client: Estates Office of Hong Kong University
Architect: PCMH Ltd.
Construction Period: Dec 2000 to Feb 2001
Contract sum: HK$1,100,000
Location: Admiralty Centre

The decoration work of this project was completed in just 60 days notwithstanding the working hours restriction imposed by the Management Office. An antique herbal clinic is reborn in the city centre to serve the public.
The contract sum is HK$1.1 Million and was completed in 2001.

Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic, Admiralty Centre - Interior View

Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic, Admiralty Centre - Internal facilities

Traditional Chinese Medicine Clinic, Admiralty Centre - Internal facilities