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District Cooling System (Phase II Works) at Kai Tak

kai Tak, Kowloon, Hong Kong
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The Design-Build-Operate project for the District Cooling System (Phase II Works) at Kai Tak was carried out by the joint venture of Hip Hing Engineering Co Ltd, Dalkia Asia Pte Ltd and Young’s Engineering Co Ltd. The system comprises the North and South plant rooms and up to 39km of pipes which connect the plant rooms to the current and future buildings and facilities at the Kai Tak Development. This project is the first large-scale multi-user district cooling system in Hong Kong.

The scope of this project included the design and construction of all building, civil engineering, building services, drainage and external works at the Kai Tak Development and the operation of the system for 8 years following its completion.

District Cooling System (Phase II Works) at Kai Tak

Project Highlight

The District Cooling system can result in an saving of 35% compared with traditional air-cooled system.

Year of Completion 2014
Client Electrical and Mechanical Services Department
Architect Andrew Lee King Fun & Associate Architects Ltd
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