• Maxim’s Centre

  • Skygarden for the comfort of building users

  • Vertical Greening

  • High Performance Glazing

  • Greening area

  • Iconic building envelop design and unique curtain wall expression


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Final Gold

Overall Score

Maxim’s Group new development - Maxim’s Centre is a 24-storey building located on No. 17 Cheung Shun Street, the project aims to minimize its carbon footprint and environmental impacts through site selection, resource management and building design.

Green Features

  • Achieve 99% demolition waste recycle
  • Construction materials with less energy or emit less carbon
  • 40% of the site area to be soft landscape
  • Adoption of high performance glazing and green roofs to minimize heat island effect.

Use of water saving sanitary fixtures

Provision of ventilation which exceeds the ASHRAE 62.1:2007 by 30%

Green Features

  • Achieve 99% demolition waste recycle
  • Construction materials with less energy or emit less carbon
  • 40% of the site area to be soft landscape
  • Adoption of high performance glazing and green roofs to minimize heat island effect.

Use of water saving sanitary fixtures

Provision of ventilation which exceeds the ASHRAE 62.1:2007 by 30%


Project Details

Completion Year 2015
Number of Blocks 1
Number of Storeys 24
Type Commercial

Project Team

Project Developer / Owner Luk Yeung Restaurant Limited
Project Manager CK Lau & Associates Limited
Architect ARK Associates Limited
Landscape Architect AXXA Group Limited
M&E Engineer WSP Hong Kong Limited
C&S Engineer AECOM Asia Company Limited
Façade Consultant Mott MacDonald Hong Kong Limited
Main Contractor Gammon Construction Limited
Quantity Surveyor Rider Levett Bucknall Limited
Sustainable Design Consultant Allied Environmental Consultants Limited
Environmental Consultant Allied Environmental Consultants Limited


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