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When Hong Kong's real estate industry expanded in the 1960's, there was increased demand for the services of construction companies. So in 1961 Dr. Cheng Yu-Tung, Dr. Sun Wai-Kin and Mr. Yan Kao founded Hip Hing Construction. Initially Hip Hing was a small company employing around ten staff and mainly undertook projects for the New World Group.
Hip Hing staff at one of its sites in the 1960s.
During its formative years Hip Hing was already demonstrating its ability to construct large and complex projects.
1973 - Furama Hotel, Central
Hip Hing became an affiliate of the New World Group in 1973.
1976 - Ocean Park - Lowland Site, Wong Chuk Hang
1977 – New World Tower, Central
1978 – Braemar Hill Mansions, North Point
1979 - Wong Tai Sin MTR Station
The 1980 saw significant growth in Hong Kong’s economy resulting in the construction of many residential, commercial and hotel projects.
1980 – New World Centre
Hip Hing was one of the first overseas contractors to undertake projects in China.
1984 - The China Hotel Guangzhou
1986 – Shun Tak Centre, Sheung Wan
1987 – Lippo Centre, Admiralty
1988 – Commenced ATL Logistics Centre, Kwai Chung
1989 – Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Phase I, with Grand Hyatt and Renaissance Hotels.
This was one of the largest and most demanding projects undertaken by Hip Hing at the time.
1989 - The Repulse Bay
Hip Hing constructed the venue for the handover ceremony in 1997 and in the same year became an affiliate of NWS Holdings Limited.
1997 – Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Phase II
The 1990s saw Hip Hing continue to add to its portfolio of landmark buildings in Hong Kong.
1997 – Chi Lin Nunnery
1997 – The British Consulate, Hong Kong
1998 – Olympic MTR Station
1999 – Tseung Kwan O Hospital
Elsewhere Hip Hing completed projects in Macau and Beijing and Shanghai in China.
1995 – Macau International Airport
Hip Hing entered the new millennium in the same way it saw out the old one – delivering a diverse range of large and complex building projects to the satisfaction of its clients.
2004 – The Arcade, Cyberport, Hong Kong
2004 – The Harbourside, Kowloon Station
2005 – Nan Lian Garden, Hong Kong
2007 – MGM Grand, Macau
2008 – Grand Lisboa, Macau
2009 – Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre Atrium Link Extension
2009 – The Asia society Hong Kong Center, Admiralty
2009 – The Masterpiece and K11, Tsim Sha Tsui
2010 – Tamar Development Project, comprising Government Offices, Chief Executive’s Office and Legislative Council Complexes
2010 – One Central Macau
Hip Hing celebrated its 50th Anniversary in 2011.
2011 – Lam Tin Complex
2011 - Masdar Institute of Science and Technology, Abu Dhabi
2012 – Tseung Kwan O Hospital Extension
2012 – Redevelopment of MacPherson Indoor Stadium (MacPherson Place)
2013 – Double Cove, Ma On Shan
The two Chinese characters "Hip" and "Hing" stand for harmonious cooperation and successful development. The three identical strokes in the character "Hip" portray the three founders of the Company. The two characters also symbolise Hip Hing's spirit of working in full cooperation and our goal of bringing prosperity to the construction industry and Hong Kong.