SHKP’s four flagship commercial buildings awarded LEED Platinum certification ICC had the highest score in Hong Kong Sun Hung Kai Centre, aged over 40, also awarded LEED Platinum
Four flagship commercial buildings developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP), including the International Commerce Centre (ICC), Sun Hung Kai Centre, One IFC and Two IFC, receivedthe Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum certification under “v4.1 Operations and Maintenance: Existing Buildings” by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC). On behalf of the Group, SHKP Executive Director Robert Chan received the certification from Andy To, USGBC North Asia Managing Director.
Robert Chan said: “SHKP continually invests in its properties to enhance their environmental performance and is committed to obtaining LEED certification for all its new investment properties. For instance, its premium commercial project in Kowloon East on 98 How Ming Street, Kwun Tong, was awarded pre-certification for LEED Platinum, the highest rating. The prestigious accreditation demonstrates the Group’s commitment to developing green buildings.”
The development under construction atop the High-Speed Rail West Kowloon Terminus also received LEED Platinum pre-certification. It is poised to become a world-class sustainable and environmentally friendly project.
ICC scored 87 points, the highest score among projects awarded LEED Platinum certification under “v4.1 Operations and Maintenance: Existing Buildings” in Hong Kong. Sun Hung Kai Centre, which is over 40 years old, achieved a score of 82, making it the longest-standing commercial building among Platinum awardees in Hong Kong. One IFC and Two IFC received 84 and 83 points, respectively. Two IFC was the first building in Hong Kong to attain LEED Platinum certification under "v4.1 Operation and Maintenance: Existing Buildings".
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