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「智管網」—智能供水管網管理系統 (Chinese only) (25/10/2020)


海下遊客中心建築特色 (Chinese only) (18/10/2020)


Architectural features of Che Kung Temple Sports Centre (11/10/2020)

Located at Sha Tin Tau Road, easily accessible from the nearby MTR Che Kung Temple Station and Chun Shek Bus Terminus, a new sports centre, Che Kung Temple Sports Centre, has just opened for public use since 17 September. A lot of thought has been put into the design of this new sports centre. In particular, architects have deliberately broken the tradition of adopting an all-indoor layout for sports centres. Instead, with transparent layering, the indoor and outdoor areas are connected to integrate with the surrounding landscape. Apart from offering a wide range of recreation and sports facilities, the centre also provides a comfortable place full of nature for neighbourhood residents to hang out and take a break in. This time, I have invited the project team of the Architectural Services Department (ArchSD) to share with us the details of the sports centre......

Quarantine camps at Penny’s Bay Phase 2 completed (4/10/2020)

In the previous post of “My Blog”, I talked about an additional community treatment facility to be set up at the AsiaWorld-Expo and a temporary hospital to be built next to it with the support of the central government. This week, I will introduce the Government’s work in constructing additional quarantine facilities to enhance Hong Kong’s capability in combating the epidemic. Among them, the quarantine camps at Penny’s Bay Phase 2 have recently been completed. A colleague from the Architectural Services Department (ArchSD) will share with us the features of the camps and how the team has completed the mission in the fastest manner......

Setting up of an additional community treatment facility and construction of a temporary hospital (27/9/2020)

As I mentioned recently at a press conference, with the support of the Central People’s Government, the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) Government is to construct a temporary hospital next to the AsiaWorld-Expo (AWE) and to set up an additional community treatment facility in the AWE to help meet the challenges brought by any future changes in the epidemic situation. The construction cost of these facilities will be fully borne by the Mainland. Here, I would like to express again my gratitude to the Central People’s Government, the Guangdong Provincial Government, and the Shenzhen Municipal Government for implementing these two projects. The construction team already started work on 19 September and is making pretty good progress. Most of the bed partitions and negative pressure enclosed cubicles have been properly set up at the additional community treatment facility in the AWE. We will proceed with the setting up of staff facilities, and the installation of electrical and mechanical equipment, plumbing and water pipes. The entire construction project is expected to be completed in about four weeks......


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