Gleaneagles Hong Kong Hospital is located at Nam Fung Path in Wong Chuk Hang, occupying a gross floor area of 46,750 square metres. Gleneagles Hong Kong Hospital is a private hospital, jointly invested by the Singapore’s private healthcare provider "Parkway Pantai Limited" and "NWS Holdings Limited". Upon completion, the hospital will provide a full range of clinical services with more than 15 specialties and a total capacity of 500 beds.
FUJITEC supplies to this high quality hospital total 21 units of lift and escalator, including 6 units of high capacity "ACGL" lift, 3 units of "Belta" machine-room-less lift, 8 units of "ML-GSh" machine-room-less lift and 4 units of "GS-8000NX" escalator. The project was completed in 4th quarter of 2016.
Lam Tin Complex is located at No.1 Hing Tin Street, Lam Tin. The 7-storey high Complex is furnished with a unique collection of library, music centre and swimming pool facilities.
Kwun Tong has turned into a busy commercial area and the most densely populated district in town. The Lam Tin Complex can address local development needs as well as enrich the lives of residents by providing excellent leisure and cultural services.
FUJITEC supplies to this Complex total 5 lifts and 16 GS-NX escalators. The project was completed and opened in March 2013.
TAMAR is situated in the core area of Central business district, with the Victoria Harbour located at front. The job site occupies a area of 4.2 hectares being the future HKSAR Government Headquarters, TAMAR will be built with the concept of energy saving and creating a green environment. Also, a large area of green park, open space as well as a waterfront promenade will be constructed for the purpose of public leisure in future.
TAMAR's superstructure is designed and built by Gammon-Hip Hing Joint Venture, the whole project will include the construction of the new government office complex and the new legislative council complex together with the interconnected footbridges. In addition, 2 hectare of "Green Carpet" leisure space will be provided.
The shape of TAMAR's main building was designed with the concept of "Door Always Open" The requirements of environment protection and energy saving are highly emphasized. Upon completion, TAMAR will become not only the most environmental friendly government building, but also a new focal point of Hong Kong.
FUJITEC will supply to this huge development a total 85 units various types of lift and GS8000 escalator, including high speed ACGL lifts running at 360m/min, space-saving machine-room-less lift "Belta" and the dual speed operated escalators equipped with energy saving feature.
Youth Square is situated in 238 Chai Wan Road in Hong Kong. The property is owned by the Home Affairs Department of HKSAR and is now operated and managed by the New World Facilities Management Co. Ltd. Youth Square is the first composite building built to provide a platform for developing youths potential and is the flagship centre of the Hong Kong youths development activities. The building comprises 2 blocks, namely the main block (15 storeys) and the hostel block (12 storeys), with a total gross floor area of 42,000 sq.m.
FUJITEC supplied to the Youth Square 7 units of EXDN lifts, 1 unit of ACGL lift and 9 units of GS8000 escalator. The project was completed in 2008.
FUJITEC has provided to this EMSD Headquarters building total 13 units of EXDN elevator, 2 units of dumbwaiters and 1 unit of wheelchair platform specially designed for disabled person.
Hong Kong Central Library is located adjacent to the Victoria Park. The 11-storey high building is the biggest library in Hong Kong. It contains high volume of books collection and various cultural information managed by advanced computer system. Besides, the library also provides the access of internet service.
FUJITEC has supplied to this project 9 elevators and 22 escalators. Among the 9 elevators, 3 of them are observation units equipped with the advanced Multi-media Information Display System "AUVIS".
Hong Kong Museum of Coastal Defence is located at Shau Kei Wan with a total area of 34,200 square meters. Its former address is the hundred years' old Lei Yue Mun Fort. In view of its historical significance and unique architectural features, the former Urban Council decided in 1993 to conserve and develop the Lei Yue Mun Fort into a museum of coastal defence. With a budget of HK$300 million, the Architectural Services Department (ASD) completed the architectural design and construction works.
FUJITEC supplied to the museum a total 3 lifts, including an impressive "Belta" glass lift with transparent lift shaft and car cage.
FUJITEC has supplied 6 elevators in the Hong Kong International Airport's carpark building and 4 moving walks in the footbridge connected between the Terminal Building and the Regal Airport Hotel.