• Finalists Announced for Quality Building Award 2018

    3 February 2018

    (3 February 2018, Hong Kong) Quality Building Award 2018 (QBA) announces 22 finalists across a range of categories recognising Hong Kong’s high-quality buildings. The finalists will present their projects to the QBA jury panel on 16-17 March 2018 at Chiang Chen Studio Theatre, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Winners will be announced at the QBA 2018 Award Presentation Ceremony on 15 June 2018.

    The Pavilia Hill

    The jury and assessors from 9 professional institutions visited the local nominated projects last month and shortlisted 22 finalists in 6 categories after receiving 29 nominations. Nominated projects demonstrate all the elements that are required to meet the QBA’s highest quality building standards, including vision and teamwork, design and innovation, construction, project cost and budget, environmental considerations, post-occupancy considerations and etc.

    H Queen’s

    “The standard of living and expectations from end-users have changed over time,” Sr LAI Yuk Fai, Stephen, Chairman of the QBA 2018 Organising Committee, said. “The design and structure of each shortlisted nominated project exhibits a uniqueness with the incorporation of human-driven elements as well as addressing and fulfilling what a community needs.  We are delighted to have received so many submissions of high quality this year.”

    Mount Pavilia

    “The jury panel was inspired by the uniqueness of each project,” Dr Cheung Tin Cheung, JP, Chairman of the QBA 2018 Jury Panel, said. “The shortlisted projects combined innovation, sustainability, and displayed a dedication to teamwork that results in excellent buildings.”

    Blue House Cluster


    Finalists of the Quality Building Award 2018 (In project code order)


    Award Categories


    Hong Kong Residential (Single Building) AREZZO


    Hong Kong Residential (Multiple Buildings) The Tanner Hill

    The Pavilia Hill

    Hung Fuk Estate, Public Rental Housing Development- at Hung Shui Kiu Area 13

    The Avenue

    Mount Pavilia

    Hong Kong Non-Residential (New Building –

    Government, Institution or Community)

    Redevelopment of Tai Lam Centre of Women

    Repr­­ovisioning of Yau Ma Tei Police Station

    Tsing Yi Southwest Leisure Building

    Caritas Institute of Higher Education

    Queen Elizabeth Hospital Ambulatory Care Centre Extension

    Kai Tak Primary Schools (S.K.H. Holy Cross Primary- School & P.L.K. Stanley HO Sau Nan Primary School)

    Fire and Ambulance Services Academy

    Hong Kong Non-Residential (New Building – Non- Government, Institution or Community) 18 King Wah Road

    H Queen’s

    Hong Kong Building (Renovation /


    Wah Ha Estate

    Redevelopment of St. Paul’s Co-educational College (Phase 2)


    Blue House Cluster

    Buildin­­­­­g Outside Hong Kong Fu Rong No. 45 Middle School, Hefei, China

    Shanghai Landmark Center

    For more information about the QBA, please visit QBA.com.hk or facebook.com/QBAHK.


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