Façade Works

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Façade works

We provide one-stop design and build solutions which generally range from design, preparation of shop drawings and structural calculations, procurement of building materials, installation and logistics arrangement services, on-site project supervision, post-completion maintenance services to project management. To a smaller extent, we also provide one-off repair and maintenance services. Our façade works focus on private sector and cover residential buildings and commercial buildings and can be divided into three major types, namely (i) podium façade works; (ii) curtain wall works; and (iii) aluminium window works.

According to the Ipsos Report, we ranked (i) eighth among the top 10 design and build solution service providers for façade works in Hong Kong in 2018 in terms of revenue with a market share of approximately 4.7%.

Podium façade

Podium façade generally refers to the exterior of the podium section of a building, which is usually supported by metal frames and other structural materials fixed onto the concrete part of the building. The system and design involved in podium façade works are usually more complex and irregular and different kinds of materials are usually applied. Common materials used in podium façade works include glass, granite, aluminium, steel and other cladding materials.

Curtain wall

Curtain wall generally refers to the exterior of the tower section of a building above the podium section, which is usually a self-supporting façade system anchored in front of the concrete slab of a building. It is commonly used in commercial and office buildings as exterior decorative features of the building. The system and design involved in curtain wall works are usually more standardised with limited variation. Common materials used in curtain wall works include glass, aluminium and steel.

Window

Window generally refers to the object installed in an opening within the glazing pocket in the wall of a building, allowing the passage of light, sound and ventilation. Window is widely used in residential buildings, and the most common type of window in the building projects in Hong Kong is aluminium window. The system and design involved in aluminium window works are usually more standardised with limited variation. Common materials used in aluminium window works include glass and aluminium.