RLB’s Green Hub wins UNESCO Award
September 1, 2016.
RLB in Hong Kong is proud to announce that our Green Hub project was awarded an Honourable Mention in the UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Awards 2016. This is the only winning heritage project from Hong Kong.
Established in 2000, UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Awards recognise and encourage private efforts and public-private initiatives in successfully restoring structures of heritage value in the region.
The awarded project was originally the Old Tai Po Police Station – a Grade 1 listed historic building built in 1899. It was the first police station and police headquarters in the New Territories. Under Batch II of the ‘Revitalising Historic Buildings Through Partnership Scheme’, the historic site was transformed into a Green Hub for promoting sustainable living, by Kadoorie Farm and Botanic Garden in 2015.
With a network that covers the globe and a heritage spanning over two centuries, Rider Levett Bucknall is a leading independent organisation in cost management and quantity surveying, project management and advisory services.
Our achievements are renowned: from the early days of pioneering quantity surveying, to landmark projects such as the Sydney Opera House, HSBC Headquarters Building in Hong Kong, the 2012 London Olympic Games and CityCenter in Las Vegas.
We continue this successful legacy with our dedication to the value, quality and sustainability of the built environment. Our innovative thinking, global reach, and flawless execution push the boundaries. Taking ambitious projects from an idea to reality.