To cope with the COVID -19, the Hong Kong Government has built the Infection Control Centre (HKICC) with 136 Negative Pressure Wards and 816 beds at AsiaWorld - Expo, which was completed in January 2021. This is the first Infection Control Centre built with MiC method in Hong Kong. The project only took about 4 months which is much faster than a hospital built with traditional building method. In this webinar, we invited representatives of the project team from Architectural Services Department and China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Limited to share the design concept and how the MiC technology was applied in this project.
4:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Mr. Allen LEUNG, Project Director 4 of Architectural Services Department
Mr. Ben YEUNG, Chief Technical Adviser / Central Management Division 1 of Architectural Services Department
Mr. ZHANG Yi, Assistant President of China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Limited
Mr. Sunny AU, Project Director of China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Limited
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New Isolation Facilities in Hong Kong
In view of the 5th wave of the COVID-19, new isolation facilities and Pop-up Community Vaccination Centres were built by MiC and DfMA with full speed. Eight Community Isolation Facilities projects from China State Construction International providing over 50,000 isolation beds. Supported by the Central Government, the Lok Ma Chau Loop Hospital for Emergency was completed in April 2022. Meanwhile, two MiC transitional housing projects were used as community isolation facilities, providing more than 2,500 units.