WSP received three awards at the Autodesk Hong Kong BIM Awards 2019 that recognises companies and professionals in the building industry, who are driving the industry’s transformation through the use of building information modelling (BIM). 

WSP’s Colin Chung, Managing Director, Property and Buildings, China, Lok-Man Choy, Senior Associate and Sam Yeung, BIM Coordinator attended the award ceremony on 14 January 2020 at Mira Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui.

Our projects receiving awards were:

Property Development at Wong Chuk Hang Station Package Two - A 493,000 sq.ft residential project located at the southwestern part of the Wong Chuk Hang Station. WSP used BIM 360 cloud platform for project collaboration and “Virtual Spartial Mock-Up (VSMU)’ to visualize various stages of work in a virtual environment allowing for speedy design changes and greater efficiency and cost effectiveness. WSP is serving as BIM Manager.

Sustainable BIM FM Platform for Urban Renewal Authority (URA) Project MK01 -  Opened at the end of 2019, this is URA’s first project to use BIM as a tool in enhancing design coordination, clash prevention in construction, quality and operational efficiency.  The project comprises of Grade 2 pre-World War II verandah-type shop houses in Mong Kok, with a mix of residential and commercial purposes. Autodesk Forge was used as the core technology with integration of Maximo to establish the centralized BIM-FM platform. WSP served as the BIM Consultant for main contractor.

A Honourable Mention was received for the Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) Headquarters Customer Services Centre - Completed in 2018, this was a renovation project to prove the EMSD BIM-AM standards and guidelines are practical. BIM technology was used throughout the entire renovation, starting from the design stage to as-built stages. RFID and IoT systems were established to link BIM to reality. WSP served as the BIM Consultant.