Po Leung Kuk Stanley Ho Sau Nan Primary School


New Buildings V1.1
Final Gold

Overall Score

The scope of the project was to provide a 30-classroom primary school campuses. Apart from providing up-to-date primary school standards in the campuses to nurture curiosity and the passion to learn, it was also important that each school would possess its own identity in line with the teaching philosophies of the school, while echoing with one another and with the new Kai Tak community. The school was to demonstrate the planning vision of the Kai Tak Development, to be distinguished, vibrant, attractive and people-oriented.  From the community point of view, the primary school campuses offered amplifying opportunities to create a sustainable neighbourhood in the dense urban district.

Green Features

Site Aspects

  • Green Roof, high emissivity roofing tiles and painting were adopted to the development
  • 100% of relevant items of the Urban Design Guidelines in the Hong Kong Planning Standards and Guidelines are achieved

Materials Aspects

  • 90% building materials were locally manufactured materials (<800km) to reduce environmental impacts arising from transportation

Energy Use

  • Energy efficient air-conditioning system (District Cooling System) was adopted to reduce annual air-conditioning energy consumption
  • Double-glazing was used for the building, as well as architectural fins, trellises and balconies to provide shading in order to lower energy consumption for air-conditioning.
  • Solar photovoltaic panels were installed on the roof to harvest solar energy.

Water Use

  • Water saving fixtures were used with 51.2% of reduction of water use from baseline

Indoor Environmental Quality

  • Communal podium gardens and balconies were provided for recreation and breakout areas.
  • Provision of automatic controls of artificial lighting such as daylight sensors were adopted to reduce lighting energy consumption

Innovations and Additions

  • Achieved overall Indoor Air Quality (“IAQ”) “Excellent Class” under IAQ Certification Scheme

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