CDC was appointed to provide claims recovery and income management services to the contractor for the Tuen Mun columbarium. The columbarium will help to alleviate the acute shortage of burial space in Hong Kong by providing 160,000 niches in an eight-storey columbarium building along with a 4,800 square metre Garden of Remembrance.
The East Kowloon Cultural Centre consists of a three-storey building housing three studios with capacities ranging between 120 and 250 seats, a 1,200-capacity auditorium, 550-seat theatre and under stage area, semi-basement areas for plant rooms, and other ancillary facilities. The project also houses a large rehearsal room, two connectable rehearsal rooms and a restaurant.
CDC provided claims and income management services to the civil works contractor for the Black Point Power Station Combined Cycle Gas Turbine project. The development is part of the Hong Kong government’s effort to replace older oil generation units with cleaner gas turbines to improve the territory’s air quality.
CDC advised JEC on a dispute related to the MEP works on this high-profile embassy complex in Bangkok. The dispute involved the final account for the MEP works with a claim against the main contractor and counterclaim.
CDC advised a subcontractor with regard to a dispute arising out of the installation of the cladding for the Hong Kong Government Legislative Council Building Chamber. CDC assisted with statement of claim preparation and preparation of the defence.