Gammon Construction announced it has been awarded a HK$2.67 billion building contract by Chinachem Group for Ho Man Tin Station Package Two Property Development. Located atop MTR Ho Man Tin Station, the development consists of four residential towers, providing 845 units.
The project aims to achieve BEAM Plus Platinum and WELL Gold. Gammon will also be aspiring to its own sustainability targets of zero waste in energy, water and resources and an overall reduction in carbon intensity through approaches such as off-site precasting and use of its ‘green’ concrete.
To facilitate the construction process, the company’s digital solution STAMP, together with IoT sensors, will be fully adopted to monitor both the delivery and installation of materials. Quality control will be carried out via Inspecto, another Gammon-developed technology, that supports site inspection processes between all parties in a transparent and secure manner. Works are due to commence later this year with completion scheduled for 2024. A total of 1,500 workers will be hired for the project during the peak building period.
10 pre-sale consents issued
The Lands Department issued 10 pre-sale consents for residential and non-residential developments in the third quarter.
Eight were issued for eight residential developments, involving a total of 5,809 residential units. Five developments in Ap Lei Chau, Kai Tak, Tsing Yi, Tseung Kwan O and Yuen Long, comprising 3,799 units, are expected to be completed in 2022. Three developments in Wong Chuk Hang, Kowloon Tong and Sha Tin, comprising 2,010 units, are expected to be completed in 2023.
The other two pre-sale consents belong to non-residential developments, the department added. By the end of September, 21 applications for pre-sale consent for residential developments with a total of 9,284 units and two applications for pre-sale consent for non-residential developments were being processed.
One consent to assign was issued involving 699 residential units in a phased development in Yuen Long. In addition, the department is handling seven applications for consent to assign involving 4,546 residential units.