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CODE OF PRACTICE Buildings Department

The Draft Code of Practice for Demolition of Buildings was first issued in February 1998 Figure 4.14 Demolition of Reinforced Concrete Wall by Excavator 73-75 . implementation of demolition works for different types of buildings in Hong Kong aiming at minimising the risks of : (A) causing damage to persons and properties of the public;

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Recycling of Construction & Demolition (C & D) Materials

Hong Kong is facing a challenge to handle a significant amount of Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials to be generated per year from local construction activities. A good proportion of these C&D materials are broken concrete and rock pieces which can be recycled into recycled aggregates and granular materials for use in construction works.

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong

May 01, 2007 In 2004, there were over 20 million tonnes of construction and demolition (C&D) wastes generated in Hong Kong. In the past, the inert portions of these C&D materials, such as rock, concrete and soil, have been beneficially reused as fill materials in

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong

Recycling demolished concrete in an appropriate way is one of the main solutions to these problems. A typical approach is to break it into recycled coarse aggregate (RCA), usually with a size less...

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Use of Hydraulic Concrete Crusher in Demolition Works

Use of Hydraulic Concrete Crusher (HCC) in Demolition Works Noise generated from construction sites is very common and need to be properly controlled so as to minimize these nuisances to nearby Noise Sensitive Receivers (NSRs), particularly from the site carrying out demolition works.

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HONG KONG EXPERIENCE OF USING RECYCLED AGGREGATES

Furthermore, the construction industry of Hong Kong has acquired a lot of experience in reusing and recycling construction and demolition waste for new concrete and concrete blocks production 10

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Recycling of Construction & Demolition (C & D) Materials

Hong Kong is facing a challenge to handle a significant amount of Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials to be generated per year from local construction activities. A good proportion of these C&D materials are broken concrete and rock pieces which can be recycled into recycled aggregates and granular materials for use in construction works.

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong

T1 The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong. AU Poon, Chi Sun. AU Chan, Dixon. PY 2007/5/1. Y1 2007/5/1. N2 In 2004, over 20 million tonnes of construction and demolition (C&D) wastes were generated in Hong Kong. Since the local landfills will be saturated in about 8 years, it is important to find a viable way to reuse

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong

May 01, 2007 Hong Kong experience of using recycled aggregates from construction and demolition materials in ready mixed concrete. In: Proceedings of International Workshop on Sustainable Development and Concrete Technology, Beijing, May 2004, pp. 267–276.

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HONG KONG EXPERIENCE OF USING RECYCLED AGGREGATES

Furthermore, the construction industry of Hong Kong has acquired a lot of experience in reusing and recycling construction and demolition waste for new concrete and concrete blocks production 10

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Reuse, Reduction and Recycle of C&D Waste

Reuse, Reduction and Recycle of Construction and Demolition Waste 24 May 2011 2 Executive Summary Hong Kong is running out of both reclamation sites and landfill space for the disposal of Construction & Demolition (C&D) Waste. It is important for Hong Kong to adopt a

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List of lost buildings and structures in Hong Kong Wikipedia

The following list is of buildings and structures in Hong Kong that have been demolished or destroyed. Buildings are arranged by the historical period in which they were constructed. First British era (1841-1945) Name Year completed Year demolished Location Notes

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‘Box’ or Gem? A Scramble to Save Asia’s Modernist

Dec 25, 2020 The building — with its white concrete facade, harsh angles and tinted glass — became a fixture of Hong Kong’s downtown. But it was never added to the city’s register of protected landmarks.

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HKFC Stadium (Concrete) [1954-1995] Gwulo: Old Hong Kong

I believe the Hong Kong Football Club stadium was built in 1954 and demolished around 1995. The book "Along the Sports Road" should provide more exact dates. At one time, the headquarters of the Hong Kong Football Association was in the stadium. The stadium was also the site of important football matches, but this was no longer the case by the

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Hong Kong buildings to see before they’re demolished

Jan 12, 2021 Hong Kong’s built environment wasn’t exactly created with a plan in mind or an identity to convey. Instead, it was really pragmatism in an endless series of ad hoc events, whether to meet

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Kowloon Walled City Wikipedia

Kowloon Walled City was an ungoverned, densely populated de jure Chinese enclave within the boundaries of Kowloon City, Hong Kong.Originally a Chinese military fort, the walled city became an enclave after the New Territories were leased to the United Kingdom by China in 1898. Its population increased dramatically following the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World War II.

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Hong Kong’s lost buildings Time Out Hong Kong

Apr 13, 2020 Kai Tak was Hong Kong’s main airport up until 1998, when it was replaced by Chek Lap Kok, and finally met demolition in 2004. Photograph: Courtesy CC/WikiCommons/Henry Li

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Improving waste management plans in construction projects

Jan 01, 2013 The projects concerned are construction sites with an area of around 500 m 2 or above, demolition sites with an area of around 80 m 2 or above, or with a construction contract cost equal to or above 100 million Japanese Yen (6 million Hong Kong dollars or 1.26 million US dollars). The materials concerned include concrete, wood and asphalt concrete.

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(PDF) HONG KONG EXPERIENCE OF USING RECYCLED

As of the end of October 2003, there have been over 10 projects registered to consume over 22,700 m 3 of concrete from Grades 10 to 35 using recycled aggregates. Kong Wetland Park is located at the north-western part of Hong Kong and is close to the border between Hong Kong

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Assessing Relationships Among Properties of Demolished

2 Department of Building & Construction, City University of Hong Kong, 83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong; Email: [email protected] Abstract. Recycled demolished concrete (DC) as recycled aggregate (RA) and recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is generally suitable for most construction applications. Low-

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Recycling of Construction & Demolition (C & D) Materials

Hong Kong is facing a challenge to handle a significant amount of Construction and Demolition (C&D) materials to be generated per year from local construction activities. A good proportion of these C&D materials are broken concrete and rock pieces which can be recycled into recycled aggregates and granular materials for use in construction works.

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The use of recycled aggregate in concrete in Hong Kong

May 01, 2007 Hong Kong experience of using recycled aggregates from construction and demolition materials in ready mixed concrete. In: Proceedings of International Workshop on Sustainable Development and Concrete Technology, Beijing, May 2004, pp. 267–276.

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(PDF) HONG KONG EXPERIENCE OF USING RECYCLED

As of the end of October 2003, there have been over 10 projects registered to consume over 22,700 m 3 of concrete from Grades 10 to 35 using recycled aggregates. Kong Wetland Park is located at the north-western part of Hong Kong and is close to the border between Hong Kong

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Assessing Relationships Among Properties of Demolished

2 Department of Building & Construction, City University of Hong Kong, 83 Tat Chee Avenue, Kowloon, Hong Kong; Email: [email protected] Abstract. Recycled demolished concrete (DC) as recycled aggregate (RA) and recycled aggregate concrete (RAC) is generally suitable for most construction applications. Low-

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GLORY FLAME HOLDINGS LIMITED (Incorporated in the Cayman

About Glory Flame. The Group’s principal activities are the provision of concrete demolition service in Hong Kong as a subcontractor. The Group’s concrete demolition services are mainly concerned with the removal of pieces or sections of concrete from concrete structures by applying a variety of methods, such as core drilling, sawing, bursting and crushing, etc.

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Brokk trio in Hong Kong

Hong Kong Electric Co tunnel The smallest machine in the Brokk range, the Brokk 40,was just cut out for a concrete demolition job inside Hong Kong Electric Co’s new 3.1 km cable tunnel in Aberdeen. It was used to break reinforced concrete above the cable chamber

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Improving waste management plans in construction projects

Jan 01, 2013 The projects concerned are construction sites with an area of around 500 m 2 or above, demolition sites with an area of around 80 m 2 or above, or with a construction contract cost equal to or above 100 million Japanese Yen (6 million Hong Kong dollars or 1.26 million US dollars). The materials concerned include concrete, wood and asphalt concrete.

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The Strange Saga of Kowloon Walled City Atlas Obscura

Jan 06, 2020 In 1963, for the first time in over a decade, the Hong Kong authorities attempted to intervene in Kowloon, issuing a demolition order for one corner of

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Kowloon Walled City Wikipedia

Kowloon Walled City was an ungoverned, densely populated de jure Chinese enclave within the boundaries of Kowloon City, Hong Kong.Originally a Chinese military fort, the walled city became an enclave after the New Territories were leased to the United Kingdom by China in 1898. Its population increased dramatically following the Japanese occupation of Hong Kong during World War II.

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State Theatre in Hong Kong: Inside the Fight to Save the

Mar 14, 2016 “If it’s demolished, it will be very sad — in a way, it’s the last vestige of Hong Kong entertainment history from the midcentury.” In 1950s Hong Kong, cinema was king.

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British artist sketches demolished Hong Kong colonial

For better or for worse, many Hong Kongers have grown increasingly nostalgic about the “good ol'” colonial days. Hong Kong-born British freelance architect and artist Peter Ross pays homage to the city’s long-gone architecture with his ballpoint-pen drawings, as a throwback to when our financial hub wasn’t adorned with skyscrapers, but Victorian and Edwardian style buildings.

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Heartbreak as historic Hong Kong village demolished

Jan 29, 2016 A 650-year-old urban walled village in Hong Kong -- the last of its kind -- will be destroyed to make way for development in what critics say is another nail in the coffin for the city's cultural heritage. On a chilly morning, around 20 remaining residents of Nga Tsin Wai, an ancient settlement in the heart of bustling Kowloon, despondently packed their belongings before the wrecking

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Tsing Yi Power Station The Industrial History of Hong

With the addition of the new gas-fired Black Point Power Station in the 1990s, the older power stations were decommissioned and ultimately demolished and their sites cleared. Tsing Yi Power Station’s five concrete chimneys were felled by controlled demolition all at the same time providing a spectacular sight not normally seen in Hong Kong.

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Demolition & Excavation Company in Kowloon, Hong Kong. Open Now. Community See All. UNIT D 16/F ONE CAPITAL PLACE 18 LUARD RD WAN CHAI HK (8,138.78 mi) Kowloon, Hong Kong, Get Directions +852 5501 0005. Contact KM Demolition Engineering CO., Limited on Messenger. km-decoration. Demolition & Excavation Company Concrete Contractor

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