HSBC Building Mong Kok

Jan - Jun 2015

HSBC Building is a 16-storey commercial building comprising bank vaults, banking hall, open plan office and dining space. The existing air-conditioning system prior to the renovation works consisted of 3 numbers of air-cooled chillers and 4 numbers of chilled water pumps.

In a bid to increase the chiller plant efficiency and capacity at a reasonable payback period, BYME was tasked to replace the existing chillers and chilled water pumps with brand new, high efficiency units.

The oil-free chillers and chilled water pumps were successfully commissioned to meet the current building cooling demand and to reduce the energy usage.

Well-planned logistic for delivery of chiller at Nathan Road – most busy traffic trunk line in Kowloon is the key to the success of this project.

Scope of works

Design, supply, delivery and installation of :

    • Oil-free air-cooled chillers: 3 x 1,177 kW
    • Chilled water pumps: 4 nos.
  • Measurements and performance verification of the newly installed oil-free air-cooled chilled water system
Client The Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Co. Ltd.
Location Mong Kok, Kowloon, Hong Kong S.A.R.
Main Contractor BYME Engineering (HK) Ltd.
Consultant Arcadis Asia Ltd.
Year Jan - Jun 2015