ICC awarded the 10-Year Award of Excellence by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)

ICC awarded the 10-Year Award of Excellence by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat (CTBUH)

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ICC awarded the 10-Year Award of Excellence by the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat

ICC was awarded the 10-year Award of Excellence, presented by the CTBUH Hong Kong Chapter at the CTBUH annual conference on 9 November 2021. The CTBUH 10-year Award of Excellence recognizes buildings that demonstrate outstanding value and performance during the 10-year period of completion and operation, and provides an opportunity for the industry and society to review these high-rise buildings. 

Developed by Sun Hung Kai Properties (SHKP) and completed in 2010, ICC is the tallest green building in Hong Kong.  It is a project integrating office, commercial, hotel, entertainment and leisure facilities, with the highest hotel in the city and an impressive 360-degree observation deck. ICC forms a new transportation system and presents the best quality and sustainable value in terms of social and economic benefits, environmental and engineering performance, and public safety. Its significant contribution to the urban environment is well recognized. 

ICC houses the Asia Pacific headquarters of major financial institutions. It is one of the largest transit-oriented integrated developments in Hong Kong, forming a new transportation junction connecting the mainland and the rest of the world. ICC also stages the finale race for the annual world vertical run circuit and SHKP Vertical Run for Charity, charitable events that have generated considerable resources for the needy in the community. In addition, ICC has been a pioneer in energy-saving measures for high-rise buildings, and is recognized as a large-scale, low-carbon building with significant savings in energy consumption. 

The CTBUH is the world’s leading non-profit organization in the research and promotion of urban development. Established in 1969 and based in Chicago, United States, CTBUH is an authoritative organization for categorizing and ranking tall buildings around the world. It has also made a significant contribution to the research and development of sustainable future cities. 

ICC has a combined total gross floor area of three million square feet, including premium office space, the Ritz-Carlton Hong Kong, and the 360-degree Observation Deck sky100 which overlooks the panoramic views of Hong Kong. In the past decade, ICC has received many accolades for its excellent management and outstanding energy saving achievements. This landmark is a proud symbol of the Hong Kong urban landscape, propelling the future growth of the city. 

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