Successful Projects

Kerry Properties Ltd

Real Practice of Adopting BIM with Integrated Project Delivery

Kerry Properties Limited (KPL) has been adopting Building Information Modelling (BIM) since 2006, resulting from the benefits of BIM Usage such as reducing rework, better predictability, reducing errors, etc. From the past BIM project experiences, it was found that the core value was not grounded to the working team or to the project directly due to the fragmental execution process to treat the information and model, so Kerry's Project Management Team has an intention to take this project as a pioneer to experiment of implementing BIM process entirely cross along the project life-cycle of this property development. "The objective is to integrate the objectives and responsibilities of all stakeholders across the entire BIM spectrum in order to bringing out the true potential in application of BIM." said Executive Director – Mr. Wilkie Lee from the Project Management Department of Kerry Properties (H.K.) Limited. When it comes to transforming the process to break through the traditional workflow such as implementing BIM, resource investment is inevitable whether government or developers as the top of supply chain. (Directed from Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2019:

Kai Tak Sports Park

Kai Tak Sports Park (KTSP) is an appealing project covering 28-hectare. Its unique pearl shell design resonates Hong Kong's reputation as "Pearl of the Orient". The main stadium of KTSP will serve to hold a wide range of sports, entertainment and community events. It has a capacity of up to 50,000-seat, and possesses features such as a soundproof retractable roof and a flexible pitch system, creating an adaptable venue capable of hosting events of various scales; and an indoor sports centre with a 10,000-seat main arena, a 500-seat ancillary sports hall, a 5,000-seat public sports ground and commercial facilities, all surrounded by extensive public open space. In short-term, all designs are expected to be completed within two years through a single-source online platform. The midterm goal is to complete the construction in the 5th year integrating the process of “Design, Build and Operate”, and the ultimate goal is to create a new home for sports development that can be sustainable for the next 20 years and beyond. (Directed from Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2020: )


InnoCell is the first hybrid Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) permanent building in Hong Kong. After completion, it will provide residential units integrating with co-recreational and working space for technology talents. The construction involves an assembly of 418 MiC modules, that constitutes over 70% constructionfloor-area on accommodation stories. By leveraging Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology in MiC project, we are committed to resolving inter-disciplinary problems 2 stories prior to site construction, maximize reusability of construction materials, and eventually push forward the conventional construction programme by 6 months. Safety is our top priority, that the team had devoted every effort to enhance safety awareness through disruptive technologies, leading to an achievement of 600,000 man-hours accident free in construction phase. (Directed from Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2020: )
Global Switch

Global Switch Hong Kong - Design and Built Data Centre at TKO

Global Switch Hong Kong is a design and build project with a scope that includes substructure, superstructure, electricaland mechanical, façade, fit-out and maintenance works. It is currently thelargest data centre in Hong Kong. As the main contractor, Gammon is responsible for all works, which are being delivered with the support of in-house expertise. The project makes full use of BIM forcoordination and manufacturing, as well as handover throughout the differentstages of the project's life cycle. (Directed from Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2020: )

BIM Smooths the Way on Tough Terrain

Sun Hung Kai Properties finds BIM model helps overcome challenges of building luxury housing on challenging hillside site Sun Hung Kai Properties is creating a residential development project that includes five seven-storey residential and nineteen three-storey individual houses, along with two basement car parks and a private clubhouse with swimming pool. This may seem straightforward on flat land, but the project site is a steep Hong Kong hillside. (Directed from Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2017:

AIM - Archaeological Information Modeling Unveil the Covered Remnants through BIM

This project is a proposed development in Kai Tak Development Area with significant archaeological content. The project aims to provide a landscaped open space within a 30-metre wide Preservation Corridor for heritage conservation and public appreciation of the Lung Tsun Stone Bridge remnants in situ at Kai Tak. The remnants were backfilled with soil and were fully covered in 2012 by CEDD. No remnants can be seen currently on site. As there are remnants in the site, a Heritage Impact Study is required to assess the archaeological impact arising from the design and construction and to propose any necessary mitigation measures at the design stage for the approval by Antiquities Advisory Board. (Directed from Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2019: