Chun Wo Construction Holdings Company Limited (“Chun Wo”) is the core member of Asia Allied Infrastructure Holdings Limited. It is one of the few local contractors holding ﬁve types of registration and qualiﬁcation to work on public projects. Chun Wo possesses the professional capabilities to take on mega-size integrated construction projects. The recent large-scale infrastructure projects in Hong Kong, which it has involved or is involving in, included the Central-Wanchai Bypass, Liantang/ Heung Yuen Wai Boundary infrastructure facilities, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Passenger Clarence Building, the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link (Hong Kong Section): Trackwork and Overhead Line System, and MTR Shatin to Central Link etc.
For building construction, Chun Wo’s professional team is capable of undertaking different kinds of building projects, including government and institutional buildings, office, residential and industrial buildings, hospitals, schools, etc. As for overseas projects, in addition to the building and railway projects in Macao and Taiwan, Chun Wo has seized the opprtunities brought by the Belt and Road initiative to undertake the “Design and Construction of the Novaliches - Balara Aqueduct 4” in the Philippines.
Recognising the importance of technology to the development of the industry, Chun Wo has established Inno@chunwo to collaborate with local universities to develop innovative construction technologies in the areas of “Of-fsite Construction”, “Robotics & Automation”, “Digital Transformation - Smart Site” and “Advanced Technologies & Materials” to enhance construction efficiency and promote the transformation of the construction industry. Chun Wo and the P&T Group have jointly develop a “wall connection technology” that is applicable to Concrete “Modular Integrated Construction” Systems (“Concrete MiC”). This technology and the entire Concrete MiC solution have received “In-principle Acceptance” from the Buildings Department, meaning that they can be applied to both public and private building projects in Hong Kong. The “wall connection technology” of Concrete MiC has also obtained the pertinent patent, making Chun Wo the first Hong Kong construction company to use this method in the design and construction of buildings up to 40-storey high.
|Adress:||5C, Hong Kong Spinners Industrial Building Phase 1, 601 - 603 Tai Nan West Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Kowloon, Hong Kong|
|Tel:||(852) 3758 8711|
- Chun Wo and the P&T Group (P&T) have worked together to develop a 5-face “Concrete MiC System” and an advanced “wall connection technology” that is applicable to our Concrete MiC System
- The entire Concrete MiC solution and the wall connection technology have received “In-principle Acceptance” from the Buildings Department, meaning that they can be applied to public or private building development projects in Hong Kong
- The “wall connection technology” of Concrete MiC has obtained the pertinent patent, making Chun Wo the first Hong Kong construction company to use this method in the design and construction of buildings up to 40 stories high
- Chun Wo possesses extensive experience and a team of experienced BIM professionals, that is capable of providing one-stop solutions from design to construction in the field
The Greenhill Villa
|Client:||Hong Kong Housing Society|
|No. of module:||145 nos of precast units per floor|
|Number of Floors:||32, 34 and 36 (three tower blocks)|
|Number of Units:||1,020|
|Project Period:||Jul 2016 - Oct 2018|
components included structural and non-structural external walls, stairs, refuse chutes, indoor partition walls, roof parapet walls, and semi-prefabricated floor slabs and balconies.
|Other project feature:||The first “Full Precast Concrete Construction” project in Hong Kong following the “Code of Practice for Precast Concrete Construction 2016” issued by the Buildings Department in 2016|
Hong Kong International Airport, Revamp of Public Toilet at Terminal Buildings
|Client:||Hong Kong Airport Authority|
|Number of Units:||51 male and female toilets, 50 disabled toilets, 3 family toilets, 2 nursing toilets|
|Project Period:||May 2019 - Mar 2020|
|DfMA Part:||Prescribed components in these toilets are pre-fabricated off-site using the DfMA approach, not only can it lowered the cost and enhanced efficiency, but also hugely minimised the interference of construction on the operation of the Airport and to the public.|
Breast Cancer Foundation Kowloon Centre
|Client:||Hong Kong Breast Cancer Foundation Limited|
|Number of Floors:||2|
|Project Period:||May 2016 - Jul 2017|
|DfMA Part:||The outer wall of the centre with their logo is a prefabricated wall. The internal structure of the building was built with hollow slabs, a refabricated component which eliminated the need of beams to support the internal structure.|
|Other project feature:||Won the Commendation Merit Award in the non-residential category of the HKIE Structural Excellence Award 2019. This award aims to recognize the outstanding performance in aesthetics, design concept and methods, unusual features, innovation & creativity, buildability and sustainability.
(For details, please see p.6-7 of the newsletter)
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.