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Awarded BEAM Plus Existing Buildings V2.0 Platinum Certificate

2017-11-09

Developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties Limited (SHKP) and managed by property management subsidiary Kai Shing Management Services Limited, the office zones of International Commerce Centre (ICC) were recently awarded the “BEAM Plus Existing Buildings V2.0” Platinum Certificate. The long-standing dedication to environmental work alongside state-of-the-art technology are keys to the recognition of the property’s quality management services.

To attain a fair and objective assessment of the BEAM Plus, an all-rounded assessment to rate the overall performance was conducted, aiming to enhance the sustainability and reduce the long-term impact to the building. The latest “BEAM Plus Existing Buildings V2.0” carried out a comprehensive assessment in key areas covering daily management, material use, waste management, energy efficiency, water use and indoor environment quality, etc. After a comprehensive assessment of the ICC offices by the Hong Kong Green Building Council, the ICC offices was proudly recognized with a highest Platinum rating, raising a new bar in green buildings in Hong Kong.

Utilizing technology to enable a superior working environment

Keeping pace with the rapid development of technology, ICC management team applies innovative technology to daily operations in accordance with its own green principle, I-C-C (Intelligence, Collaboration & Continuity). The team works hand in hand with office tenants to implement environmental management measures in achieving sustainable development. To provide tenants with a healthy and pleasant working environment, ICC has adopted an advanced building management system which keeps track of real-time operational data of the building facilities. Adjustments will be made based on analysis of data variations to maximize energy efficiency. Besides, the Environmental Protection Department has also awarded the ICC offices with the “Excellent” IAQ Class in its Indoor Air Quality Certification Scheme. The all-rounded energy saving initiatives have driven the overall electricity consumption down continuously in the past five years. The total energy consumption is 15% less than before. Apart from energy management, a comprehensive waste management scheme is also in place, allowing tenants to recycle and reduce waste with ease. Seminars on relevant topics are held regularly to promote the green messages among tenants and in the community. 

With the motto of ‘Building Homes with Heart’, SHKP is keen on promoting healthy and sustainable living, incorporating environmental considerations into its daily business operations and promoting green messages. These awards have further reinforced SHKP’s stellar reputation and corporate brand. Looking forward, ICC will strive for continuous improvement in green management to provide tenants with quality working environment.

ICC office zones received the “BEAM Plus Existing Buildings V2.0” Platinum Certificate. (From Left) Bay Wong, Chairman of Hong Kong Green Building Council; Irene Wai, General Manager of Kai Shing (Property Management); Tony Tang, Deputy Project Director of ICC; Albert Yang, Assistant General Manager, Office Leasing Department of Sun Hung Kai Real Estate Agency; Cary Chan, Executive Director of Hong Kong Green Building Council
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ICC office zones received the “BEAM Plus Existing Buildings V2.0” Platinum Certificate. (From Left) Bay Wong, Chairman of Hong Kong Green Building Council; Irene Wai, General Manager of Kai Shing (Property Management); Tony Tang, Deputy Project Director of ICC; Albert Yang, Assistant General Manager, Office Leasing Department of Sun Hung Kai Real Estate Agency; Cary Chan, Executive Director of Hong Kong Green Building Council
The ICC team toured the Chairman and members of Hong Kong Green Building Council around and introduced its environmental and energy-saving measures
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The ICC team toured the Chairman and members of Hong Kong Green Building Council around and introduced its environmental and energy-saving measures

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