History of BYME

BYME is a full-service building services specialist firm from Hong Kong with an established presence around the region. Our firm was founded in 1990 in Hong Kong, as part of Dragages Hong Kong, a leading building and civil engineering construction company in Asia, operating under the global construction leader Bouygues Construction, which has since provided us with a strong support in engineering solutions. Combining technical and project management expertise with a sustainable approach, we offer a diverse array of professional services.

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  • 1990

    Young’s-Dragages Joint Venture (YDJV) was established to provide Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) package for the region, in particular mechanical ventilation and air conditioning services.

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  • 2000

    A fast track project which included the supply, installation, Testing and Commissioning (T&C) of Mechanical and Electrical (M&E) package for this 11-level TVB City situated on a 9.2 hectares site.

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  • 2005

    With the adoption of a number of value engineering options, BYME played a pivotal role to attain the highest standards of energy efficiency. The cost of the chiller plant was reduced by 60% by using a latent thermal storage system.

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  • 2010

    Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology was widely utilized in this project to perfect technical coordination between multiple interfaces. To optimise the usage of space, box beams (primary structure of the building) were used to lay out numerous pipes and ducts from different building services.

    By attaining the most stringent M&E requirements, BYME played an integral role in enabling the project to achieve Hong Kong BEAM Plus Platinum Rating.

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  • 2012

    The aspirations of The Trade and Industry Tower in Kai Tak Development Area (TITKT)’s to be a world-class example of sustainable design have directly affected the fundamental design aspects of its Building Services systems.

    The systems were designed to robustly meet the requirements of all building users, while maintaining high standards of efficiency and sustainability during the operation and maintenance lifecycle of the building.

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  • 2015

    Lung Shan Tunnel will be the major section of the connecting road of the LT/HYW BCP. This dual two-lane trunk road will connect with the Fanling Highway interchange and the Sha Tau Kok interchange. The 4.8 km long tunnel, 0.85 km longer than the Tate’s Cairn Tunnel, will be the longest road tunnel on land in Hong Kong. BYME has delivered delicate E&M systems like tunnel ventilation to support operations to these important tunnels which will mitigate the busy road traffic in promote the long term development of the North District.

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