Webinar on MiC: Deconstruction and Relocation of First Modular Social Housing Project (Nam Cheong 220)

Webinar | 19.12.2023

By adopting MiC, the first MiC transitional project, Nam Cheong 220 has showcased its remarkable advantages, particularly in terms of sustainability. The MiC modules utilised in Nam Cheong 220 can achieve an overall reuse rate of over 95%. The flexibility of the MiC method greatly facilitated the process of dismantling and reinstalling for another MiC transitional housing project, "Lok Sin Village," in Tai Po. These modules embark on a new lifecycle, achieving the goal of sustainable development. 

The CIC has engaged the Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (DISI, PolyU) to conduct a study to investigate and document the technical details of the MiC disassembly, relocation and reuse of Nam Cheong 220. In this webinar, representatives from the DISI, PolyU, project client, Housing Bureau, as well as project consultant, Wilson & Associates Limited, have shared with us their valuable findings and experiences gained from the study, and provided recommendations on good design and construction practices for future MiC transitional housing buildings with the aim at further enhancing the reusability of MiC components and improving the efficiency of MiC building relocation and reuse.

Date: 19 December 2023 (Tuesday)

Time: 4:00pm – 5:45pm

Language: Cantonese

Format: Webinar


  • CHAN Nap-ming, Project Director (1) of Housing Bureau, HKSARG(Panel Discussion)
  • Ir Wilson CHEUNG, Director of Wilson & Associates Limited
  • Calvin LUK, Project Manager of Jockey Club Design Institute for Social Innovation, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  • Jackie YANG, Senior Lecturer of Oxford Brookes University, UK


Last Updated: 05.01.2024 11:05:58

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