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: