In March over 100 sustainable building leaders attended the launch of the Platinum – LEED Professionals Group at a reception at Holiday Inn [...]
AECOM Technology Corporation recently announced that its geotechnical engineer in Hong Kong, Dr. Johnny Cheuk, was named 2013 Young Engineer of [...]
Globally acclaimed Hong Kong architecture firm Leigh & Orange occupies a premier position across the profession, not only in relation to its [...]
International construction industry research suggests that up to 50% of all fatalities can be linked to design related issues and/or decisions [...]
Visitors to the MTR Corp Ltd headquarters might have spied it in the lobby, a bronze plaque that spells out the company’s drive to improve [...]
The honest and timely disclosure of Safety Reports By Nicholas Millar, Solicitor In a recent judgement the Personal Injuries Judge drew attention [...]
The best run safety programmes in Hong Kong’s construction industry were lauded at The Lighthouse Club’s Safety Awards last month, with top [...]
Knight Frank has received RICS awards for the second year running. Organised by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors, the RICS Hong [...]
L’Avenue Shanghai Located in Shanghai’s Chang Ning District, L’Avenue Shanghai is a 24-storey commercial development that includes an [...]
Globally famous designer, Cesar Ritz, summed it up perfectly last century when he stated that the success of any new building hinged on one [...]
(12 May 2013) Hong Kong 10 to 12 May 2013. After three days and 76 matches, the 2013 1O1O 4G Match Racing International Regatta came to an end in [...]
Designed by DPJ & Partners and developed by the country’s leading leisure group, Daemyung Korea, Sono Felice takes luxury to a new level as [...]
Kai Tak Cruise Terminal [Foster + Partners]. PRC Magazine hopes to work with various of the project's partners to create coverage for publication in the middle of the year. If your company is involved with this project please contact the publisher for further discussion.
Recently opened, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai: 71,459 Glass Tiles To Make "Sound of Wind".