The Hong Kong Science Park, Hong Kong


Phase 2 of the development (excluding Building 20) will be fully completed in mid 2008 and consists of ten hi-tech designed buildings using sophisticated highly finished industrial materials – glass, steel, aluminium that are philosophically and naturally consistent with the nature of the science park. The buildings comprise two energy towers, two dedicated laboratory buildings and six R&D Office buildings with provisions for laboratory facilities. A central spine concept has been adopted providing a fully air-conditioned pedestrian “street` connecting with Phase 1 and the future Phase 3.

A major focal point at the centre of the development is the free standing, egg shaped Auditorium located along the central spine and connecting to a lake via timber decked areas to provide for al fresco dining on one side and with its gentle contours, open grassy areas and a soft reed bed fringe on the opposite side.

Central clubhouse facilities, a business centre with conference facilities, retail shops and restaurant facilities are primarily located along the central spine to provide easy access and to create interaction.

Science Park Phase 2 development is to use centralized chiller plant physically located the cooling plant in two separate plant buildings next to each other to serve chilled water to the whole development. The central chiller plant is to use fresh water cooling towers to cool the centralized chiller plant and the chilled water distribution pipes route inside the service tunnel to all buildings.
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