Date(s) - May 7, 2022
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
The 75-hectare Tseung Kwan O Industrial Estate, now rebranded as Tseung Kwan O INNOPARK, is positioned to benefit from lucrative opportunities arising from Industry 4.0 – the latest industrial revolution powered by advanced technology. And the Advanced Manufacturing Centre (AMC) at INNOPARK, slated to open this summer, is the first project to showcase how Hong Kong is responding to recent trends in the development of the “digital factory”.
Designed by Wong Tung & Partners, with Nikken Sekkei as Industrial Planner, the building features prefabricated MEP systems and precast reinforced concrete construction. Building Information Modelling (BIM) and Common Data Environment (CDE) were used extensively to detect clashes and control both construction waste and cost. The latest 4D BIM scheduling and simulation applications helped validate plans to avoid abortive works, and 5D BIM was used to facilitate interim payment valuations. A Digital Works Supervision System (DWSS) comprised of mobile apps, dashboard and real-time alerts supported inspection processes in a seamless and eco-friendly manner.
During this event, representatives of Hong Kong Science and Technology Park (HKSTP) will share first-hand insights on how this building was conceived and the business initiatives involved. This will be followed by a demonstration of integrated digital project delivery, by Gammon, and a tour of the AMC facility itself.
Date: Saturday, May 7, 2022
Time: 9.30 AM – 12.00 PM
CES: 2.0 LUs/HSWs
Fee: $100 members only
Please sign up here. Meet up details will be provided upon successful registration.
Participants are required to have received at least two doses of COVID-19 vaccine and are required to register at the Advanced Manufacturing Centre.
Acronyms we learned today:
DfMA – Design for Manufacture and Assembly
MiMEP – Modular Integrated MEP
FM2 Concrete Flooring – Free Movement level with 97% accuracy and flatness
CDE – Common Data Environment – a platform that allows for sharing, collaborating and versioning in order to optimize building design and construction process, detect design clashes and control construction wastage and cost.
DWSS – Digital Works Supervision System – mobile apps, dashboard and real-time alerts that supported tasks of inspection process in seamless and eco-friendly manner
Construction by Gammon Faces, Design by Wong Tung & Partners Limited, Quantity Surveying by Rider Levett Bucknall Limited