AWARDS & RECOGNITION: MIPIM Asia Awards 2015
Good News! Three P&T projects won 4 awards in MIPIM Asia Awards 2015.
The projects include:
Bronze Prize, Best Mixed-Use Development
The Hub @ Hongqiao, Shanghai in collaboration with Ben Wood Studio Shanghai
Gold Prize, Best Mixed-Use Development
Riverside 66, Tianjin in collaboration with Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC
Gold Prize, Best Retail Development
Gold Prize, Best Innovative Green Building
Great news from Middle East! Burj Rafal receives Mechanical Project of the Year in MEP Middle East Awards 2015. The project adopted a lot of MEP new design aspects that made it more sustainable. We are glad to announce it is the Ninth International Awards of the project. To know more about the MEP Awards, please click here.
IN THE PRESS: Opening of the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital New Building
The new building of the Hong Kong Adventist Hospital - Tusen Wan, designed by P&T Group, was opened on 17 November 2015 and commenced services gradually. Sky garden is one of the key design features of the new building. The 11 meters tall sky garden allows cross ventilation and provides greenery and communal activity spaces for visitors and staff. The whole redevelopment is divided into two phases. The final phase is expected to be completed by 1st quarter of 2016.
NEWS: Building Safety Pioneers Programme
A group of young Building Safety Students Pioneers visited our office last week, our director Zerlina Wong and her team gave them a sharing session about the architectural industry and construction safety. The Building Safety Pioneers Programme is organized by the Buildings Department in order to promote building safety to secondary school students continuously.
NEWS: The Community Chest Wheelock Swim for Millions 2015
To make a difference for the underprivileged, P&T supported ‘The Community Chest Wheelock Swim for Millions 2015’ at Repulse Bay Beach last Sunday. It is our third year participating in this fundraising event. Our swimming enthusiasts Samuel Chan, Eric Liu, Enoch Lam and Tommy Kwok joined the Relay Races together with more than 60 organizations.