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March 21, 2019

The Chief Executive visited the MiC Display Centre
Mrs Carrie Lam, the Chief Executive of the HKSAR Government visited the MiC Display Centre of the Construction Industry Council (CIC) on March 15. Mrs Lam commended the CIC for promoting innovation and technology among the construction industry.
     Mr Chan Ka-kui, Chairman of the CIC pointed out that the construction industry has currently been facing challenges on site safety, manpower shortage, rising construction costs, etc. Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) adopts the concept of “factory assembly followed by on-site installation”. By using MiC, the building is substantially completed off-site and this can reduce the risk of working-at-height, shorten 20-30% of the construction time, enhance quality control and achieve a much better cost effectiveness. There are many successful cases in Germany, the United Kingdom, Singapore, Australia and the Mainland China, etc.
     Opened in November 2018, the 2-storey MiC Display Centre is the first building adopting MiC in Hong Kong, consisting of 10 modular units to showcase six types of show flats, including an exhibition area, a Hotel unit, a Hostel unit, an Elderly Home unit, a 3-bedroom Residential Flat and a 1-bedroom Residential Flat, each show flat is designed according to the actual living environment of Hong Kong.
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MiC Display Centre consists of 10 modular units to showcase six types of show
flats, including an exhibition area, a hotel unit, a hostel unit, an Elderly Home
unit, a 3-bedroom residential flat and a 1-bedroom residential flat

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