International Commerce Centre wins three awards for exceptional design and construction
Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) has earned international recognition for producing the finest developments, and its International Commerce Centre (ICC) recently won the Tien-yow Jeme Civil Engineering Prize from the China Civil Engineering Society. ICC was also named one of the Ten Hong Kong People Engineering Wonders in the 21st Century by the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers and won the Best Mixed-Use Development Hong Kong honour at the 2013 Asia Pacific Property Awards in Kuala Lumpur.
Only Hong Kong project to win Tien-yow Jeme Civil Engineering Prize
The Tien-yow Jeme Civil Engineering Prize is seen as the highest honour in mainland civil engineering recognizing outstanding projects for technological innovation and application. ICC was the only Hong Kong winner this year and just the seventh Hong Kong project to win one of the awards since they began in 1999. Past winners include SHKP’s Two International Finance Centre and Route 3.
One of the Ten Hong Kong People Engineering Wonders in the 21st Century
ICC was voted one of the Ten Hong Kong People Engineering Wonders in the 21st Century and was the only building and private development among the winning entries. The Hong Kong Institute of Engineers’ judging committee selected the top 20 projects based on recognition, pride, contribution, advancement, engineering and appearance, and then a public poll selected the top ten.
Asia Pacific Property Award - Best Mixed-Use Development Hong Kong
The Asia Pacific Property Awards under the noted International Property Awards recognize exceptional real estate projects. The 50-plus professional judges evaluated entries on quality, design, construction and project development. ICC won the Best Mixed-Use Development Hong Kong award.
ICC rises to 490 metres above sea level and is the tallest building in Hong Kong. It contains grade-A offices, the world’s highest hotel The Ritz-Carlton, Hong Kong, the Sky100 Hong Kong Observation Deck and fine restaurants. It is on a prime waterfront site in West Kowloon and offers a spectacular view of Victoria Harbour. It is above Kowloon Station and easily accessible as a transport hub and major railway interchange in the heart of the city.