The Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society Jockey Club Cancer Rehabilitation Center was a renovation project converting a former Nam Long Hospital into a cancer patient rehabilitation centre. The Nam Long hospital was built in 1967 in a site area of 8,910m2. The project received funding support from The Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust and other donors.
The renovation and conversion works cover five main areas:- the main block, ward block, quarter block, chiller plant block and landscape deck. Arup was appointed as project manager in June 2006, halfway through the design finalisation stage and prior to the commencement of main contract works procurement.
8,910m² development area for a cancer patient rehabilitation centre
2years project management services for this renovation project
Our team provided a full range of project management services from high level strategic advice to hands-on problem solving. Upon appointment, the team identified areas of improvement and provided solutions to push the project through the tight project schedule.
The project was completed within budget and was successfully opened in October 2008. It is now operated by the Hong Kong Anti-Cancer Society, a charitable organisation.