We are incredibly proud to offer our expertise to the city’s largest-ever commercial development which is worths an estimated HK$70 billion. The project scope covers significantly in material supply, fabrication, and installation of hundreds of built-up cruciform stanchions for the superstructure of 2 commercial-office towers in phase 1. The towers, at height of 148 and 122 meters respectively will be constructed in the 59,735 sqm site atop of the High-Speed West Kowloon Express Railway Link Terminus. With our proven track record of delivering faster and safer projects, we cannot wait for the second phase to commence.
The project’s total gross floor area is 3.16 million square feet providing two towers of grade A offices, facilities for retails, high-quality green public open space, and a trail that integrates with the nearby West Kowloon Cultural District, thus creating easy access to the waterfront. Being one of the highlights, an outdoor observation deck with views of Victoria Harbour on the top floor of the tallest building, will be open to the public.
Sun Hung Kai Properties our client, believes that this iconic project can boost commerce, trades, tourism and benefits the residents nearby alongside the West Kowloon Cultural District. The shopping plaza and public space are expected to be completed during 2025 with the entire project to be finished off in 2028.
Followed by the success of promoting the benefits of steel structure to client’s project, the mixed-use commercial development in 98 How Ming Street, and the recent success in project delivery of Government Data Center in Cheung Sha Wan, Goldwave was honored to be the structural steel contractor for structural design, fabrication, and installation of phase I development. We strongly believe that our effective steelwork proposal and solid project references will be considered with high degree of confidence for the next phase of development.
Goldwave offered a one-stop-solution design, material supply, steel components fabrication, and build for two highly efficient steel frame twin towers of total tonnage reach 8,000 tons. The use of steel structure created an additional 5% net leasable area and a ceiling height of up to 3 meters. The value-engineered design of slimmer main columns maximizes the flexibility of internal layouts and enhances the greater satisfactory of user’s experience.
The proposed commercial development comprises 2 commercial towers (Tower A and B) with approximately 30 floors’ storeys, with ground floor level for the driveway and access to adjoining public road and 3-level of the basement for car parking/ loading and unloading bay. The total height of towers from the proposed ground floor level (+6.65mPD) to the main roof is approximately 125m. The towers are linked by a two-storey high podium, which is comprised of retail shops, a podium garden, and transformer rooms. 1.5m soil load is considered as provisional podium garden loading. 3F is mainly for E&M plant rooms. From 5F to 30F are typical floors for office use. There are three basement floors for car parks. Heavy good vehicles (HGV and EVA are designed to travel on the proposed ground floor (G/F) level only.
The building will be composed of two different structural materials and reinforced concrete. Typical office floors will be built by structural steel frames with a reinforced concrete central core. The structural slab is a reinforced concrete slab with steel decking as temporary formwork.
SCOPE OF PROJECT
Structural Steel Frame Design, Supply, Fabrication and Installation
SCOPE OF PROJECT
Supply, Fabrication and On-site Erection