WSP is a world’s leading professional service firm, they provide end-to-end technical expertise and strategic advice to clientele in:

 

  • Transportation and Infrastructure – They bring the latest technologies and a culture of innovation their work to meet community needs for mobility, connectivity, sustainability and resilience.
  • Property and Buildings – They provide integrated services to developers, multinational corporations, healthcare providers and government agencies, with a profound understanding of local requirements to lead an entire project.
  • Digital and Smart – IoT, 5G network, sensors, cloud-based platforms, robotics and artificial intelligence have changed our everyday life and they are committed to be the leader in all property and infrastructure-related components for smart and connected systems.
  • Energy, Industry and Resources – They possess comprehensive knowledge of industrial and energy processes to help our clients maximise assets, improve efficiencies and translate the latest process technologies into workable designs.

 

Address:  7/F One Kowloon, 1 Wang Yuen Street, Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
Tel: (852) 2579 8899

Key Features

Courtesy of WSP

Future Ready Program


Their future world will be very different from today's in many ways.

WSP’s Future Ready Program will help them see the future more clearly by studying society-shaping key trends together they will design for this future today. They analyse through future trends and look at planning through the lenses of climatic impact, technology changes, societal changes and resources changes. For buildings, infrastructure, industry and climatic impact, technology changes, societal changes and resources changes. For buildings, infrastructure, industry and the natural environment, their purpose is to future-proof their cities, communities and the environment.

Signature Projects

Courtesy of Leigh & Orange Limited

InnoCell

Junction of Chong San Road and Science Park Road Pak Shek Kok, Tai Po, New Territories

Client:  Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks Corporation
Project Role: Structural Engineer
No. of Modules:
418
Module Type: Steel
Number of Floors:  17
Number of Units: 393
Project Period:  Oct 2018 - Present
MiC Parts: 57 % of GFA
Other Project Features: 
  • First MiC project to secure BD's superstructure approval and consent for construction.
  • Construction period from pile cap, basement, up to topping out and be ready for statutory completion takes 16 months.
  • Provided 100% supervision on structural factory fabrication and site installation of MiC modules.

 

PROJECT DETAILS

Courtesy of LWK & Partners (HK) Limited

Temporary Quarantine Centre

Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre

Client:  Architectural Services Department
Project Role: C&S and M&E Engineers
No. of Modules:
99
Module Type: Structural Steel
GFA: ~ 1, 800 m2
Number of Floors:  3
Number of Units: 99
Project Period:  Feb 2020 - Apr 2020
MiC Parts: All residential units
Other Project Features: 
  • Module installation completed in 3 days.
  • Design and construction in 77 days.
  • WSP provided both structural and MEP designs.
  • The MiC modules may be reused for transitional housing projects in future.
Courtesy of Development Bureau, HKSAR

Temporary Quarantine Centre

Junior Police Pat Heung Centre

Client:  Architectural Services Department
Project Role: C&S and M&E Engineers
No. of Modules:
120
Module Type: Structural Steel
GFA: GFA: ~  2, 700 m2
Number of Floors:  2
Number of Units: 120
Project Period:  Feb 2020 - May 2020
MiC Parts: All residential units
Other Project Features: 
  • Module installation completed in 5 days.
  • Design and construction in 80 days.
  • The MiC modules may be reused for transitional housing projects in future.
Courtesy of China State Hailong Construction Technology Company Limited

Temporary Quarantine Centre

Lei Yue Mun Park and Holiday Village

Client:  Architectural Services Department
Project Role:  C&S and M&E Engineers
No. of Modules:
234
Module Type: Structural Steel
GFA:  ~ 4, 200 m2
Number of Floors:  2
Number of Units: 234
Project Period:  Feb 2020 - May 2020
MiC Parts: All residential units
Other Project Features: 
  • Design and construction in 80 days.
  • The MiC modules may be reused for transitional housing projects in future.

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HKICC and Quarantine Camps

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From blueprint to scale

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Temporary hospital completed

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