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    23 June 2020

    Adopting Modular Integrated Construction for sustainable future

    COVID-19 has brought both challenges and opportunities, as innovation flourished and new technologies found their ways to advance further.

    In April 2020, LWK + PARTNERS completed the temporary quarantine facilities in Sai Kung Outdoor Recreation Centre in collaboration with Paul Y. Construction and Paul Y. – iMax to assist the government’s response to COVID-19. It is one of Hong Kong’s pilot cases for Modular Integrated Construction (MiC), and it took only 77 days to design and build three blocks of three-storey facilities from scratch, setting the city’s record.

    We spoke to Paul Ng, LWK + PARTNERS Director who drives the project, to understand how MiC was key to achieving the above and how it is fostering a more sustainable future for the industry.

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    Photo credit: Paul Y. – iMax


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