10 years of NEC in Hong Kong

10 years of NEC in Hong Kong

Marking the 10th anniversary of NEC in Hong Kong, members of the Hong Kong construction industry were invited to submit their most exemplary projects, completed on time and within budget. The projects were judged by a panel of NEC experts on the following criteria and announced at the Asia Pacific Users’ Group Conference:

  • Excellence in Contract Management
  • Exemplary risk allocation
  • Sensible use of Z clauses
  • Good use of optional X clauses
  • Proficiency of Project Management
  • Formulated processes for compensation events
  • Illustrating good use to Early Warning methodology
  • Teamworking
  • Demonstrating collaboration; Clause 10.1 (NEC3)
  • Showcasing an open and transparent approach
  • Exhibiting coherent processes in communication
  • Innovation in procurement methodology
  • Use of innovative methods, technology and techniques
  • Positive impact on Hong Kong
  • Achieving benefits across society
  • Improvement of living standards and wellbeing of Hong Kong
 
Congratulations to the 10 selected projects:
 
  1. Signature Project Scheme in Sha Tin
  2. Tseung Kwan o – Lam Tin tunnel: road p2 and associated works
  3. Cross bay link, Tseung Kwan o: road d9 and associated works
  4. West Kowloon reclamation: main works (remainder)
  5. Landslip prevention and mitigation (lpmit) programme
  6. Development of Kwu Tung north and Fanling north new development areas
  7. Improvement of water supply to Sheung Shui and Fanling
  8. Automated people mover and baggage handling system tunnels on existing airport island – contract 3801
  9. Happy valley underground stormwater storage scheme
  10. Fuk man road nullah in Sai Kung
 
Download the booklet to find out more about each of the projects.
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