SYSTRA Hong Kong was recently awarded 3 awards for The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) presented by The Hong Kong Institute of Architects (HKIA) and Hong Kong Green Building Council.
SYSTRA Hong Kong, as the Traffic Engineering Consultants, led by Leigh & Orange Limited, was awarded with Merit Award for Hong Kong (Institutional Building) and Finalist in Special Award for (Sustainable Architecture) in HKIA Annual Ball cum Annual Awards Presentation 2023. The project was also awarded with Grand Award for New Buildings Category, Completed Projects – Institutional in 2023 Green Building Award.
The pioneering project, the Redevelopment of Block D & G at Chung Chi Campus of CUHK was built in 1960s. The projects aim to create a new pedestrian-friendly journey with public realm, enhances campus walkability and connectivity, promotes a low-carbon prototype for campus development, and establishes a green lifestyle showcase for the staff and students.
The project is carried out in 2 phases, which consist of 2050 m2 site area. Proposed new building of Upper Block at Block D site provides staff quarters and visitor flats with associated car parking for residence and Lower Block at Block G consists of communal facilities such as offices, music rooms, meeting rooms and roof garden with connection to Upper Block by means of covered footbridge.
SYSTRA Hong Kong provided Traffic Consultancy Services for Redevelopment of Chung Chi Campus, CUHK
SYSTRA Hong Kong provided traffic consulting services for the Redevelopment of Block D & G at Chung Chi Campus, CUHK, which summarised the analysis on the traffic engineering design and assess the potential traffic impact of the proposed development in support of the proposed general building plan.
As the project obtains Provisional Platinum rating in BEAM Plus New Building, SYSTRA Hong Kong also carried out a proposed car parking provision that complies with the requirements stipulated in the general building plan, aiming to provide traffic engineering solutions in requiring disposal of waste and abated environmental nuisance.
Key Scope and Solutions:
- Swept Path Analysis
- Campus Traffic Impact Assessment
- Estimation of Transport Provision Requirement
- Analysis of Maximum Vehicle Size for Various Access Roads
- Planning of the Internal Traffic Network and Access Strategy
- Analysis of Internal Traffic Facilities including internal carriageway, drop off facilities, carpark etc.
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