MiC Resources Centre

CIC - Zero Carbon Park, Kowloon Bay

The MiC Display Centre is located within the CIC - Zero Carbon Park complex in Kowloon Bay and is the first building constructed using MiC in Hong Kong. It is officially renamed to MiC Resources Centre on 26 Jul 2021. The Centre not only demonstrates exhibits flats built using MiC, it also provides professional information and the latest news on MiC for industry professionals. As a platform for knowledge and experience sharing, the Centre aims to support industry stakeholders to adopt MiC in Hong Kong, and facilitate the development of MiC in Hong Kong.

Project Current Status

Operating

Project Current Status

Completed

No. of MiC Modules

10

CFA (m²)

334.9

Superstructure Storeys

2

MiC Storeys

2

Construction Cycle of Typical MiC Floor (@ Day cycle)

1.5

Construction Commencement Date

Apr 2018

Year of Completion

Oct 2018

Structure

Steel

Construction Commencement Date

Apr 2018

Modules Manufacturing Date

Apr 2018

Assembly Commencement Date

Aug 2018

Year of Completion

Oct 2018

Type

Description

L (mm)

W (mm)

H (mm)

Internal floor area (m²)

Weight (Tons) per module

Qty

GF1

Hostel

5295

3560

3300

12.3

12.7

1

GF2

Hotel

6800

3470

3300

20.5

16.0

1

GF3

Exhibition Area

 

6240

3540

3300

47.3

12.4

1

GF4

6240

4500

3300

13.5

1

GF5

Elderly Home

6240

2800

3300

12.0

12.9

1

1F1

1-Bedroom Residential Flat

5295

3560

3300

33.2

12.4

1

1F2

6800

3470

3300

15.1

1

1F3

3-Bedroom Residential Flat

7240

3540

3300

56.8

13.9

1

1F4

6240

4500

3300

19.6

1

1F5

6240

2800

3300

13.2

1

Last Updated: 26.07.2021 08:59:59

2021 Policy Address

2021 Policy Address and MiC

The Chief Executive issues the 2021 Policy Address on October 7, 2021. It mentions the government will continue to implement “Construction 2.0” so as to uplift the productivity and skill level of the sector. Wider use of I&T and Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) will also be promoted to shorten construction time, reduce manpower and enhance safety in construction sites. Moreover, in order to increase and speed up the housing supply, the HKHA and the Hong Kong Housing Society (HKHS) will adopt the MiC and other innovative construction technology more widely. The HKHA will also adopt a new procurement model to suitable projects to allow contractors to undertake design and construction in a bundle. It is hoped that these measures can further optimise and speed up the construction process.

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