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Old July 8th, 2005, 06:50 PM   #1
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HONG KONG | Hong Kong University Expansion

HKU plans a 10-year, $10 billion upgrade
Winnie Yeung
8 July 2005
South China Morning Post

The University of Hong Kong plans to spend $10 billion on a 10-year improvement plan to turn it into one of the world's great research institutions.

Vice-chancellor Tsui Lap-chee said the university would have to raise at least $3.5 billion itself for the upgrade, which will include tripling the number of professors and postdoctoral fellows and doubling the number of research postgraduate and international students.

He did not say where the rest of the money would come from although he expected the government to share part of the cost.

He said the plan was to uplift HKU - which is six years away from its centenary - from a "good" to a "great" institution and turn it into a world-class research-led university. "Although we're not far from this already," he said.

Professor Tsui said he hoped that the number of professors with endowments would increase from eight to 50 in 10 years.

The endowment system, which was implemented three years ago, accepts donations of at least $10 million from benefactors for a field of research that then bears the donor's name. Each endowment professorship costs at least $20 million, with the donations matched by the government.

The upgrade also includes an expansion of the university's campus in Island West to accommodate more students, and more interdisciplinary classes and research.

Academic buildings and dormitories will be built, with more laboratories, bigger halls and libraries. "We need more space, or else our students will have to have classes on the streets," Professor Tsui joked.

The expansion will cost at least $2.5 billion. Professor Tsui hopes the government will pay two-thirds of the cost. It is expected to be completed by 2011, the year of the university's centenary.

The vice-chancellor said that as well as seeking cash from local wealthy people and the Hong Kong Jockey Club, he would pursue overseas donors. "We will only apply for the ones which match our research fields."
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Old February 7th, 2006, 05:45 PM   #2
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New campus planning for the University of HK

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HKU plans new campus
2006-02-07 HKT 23:28

The University of Hong Kong is planning to build a new campus, at a cost of 2.5 billion dollars, next to its Haking Wong building. Its vice-chancellor Tsui Lap-chee said the government agreed to sponsor half of the sum, while the rest would have to be raised. Work on the project is expected to be completed by 2011. Dr Tsui also said scholarships totalling 5.5 million dollars will be given out in the next three years, with the aim of attracting outstanding students.
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Old February 8th, 2006, 02:37 AM   #3
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HKU growth means 200 more academics
8 February 2006
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The University of Hong Kong plans to recruit 200 extra academics in the next six years to support its drive to become one of the world's leading research universities.

Up to 300 new "entrance scholarships" to encourage top local and international students to apply to HKU are also being set up, as the university prepares a $2.5 billion campus expansion to accommodate a one-third rise in student numbers with the switch to a four-year-degree programme in 2012.

HKU is due to receive $1.2 billion from the government towards the campus development due to be completed in 2011, which is its centennial year, and will have to raise a further $1.3 billion through private donations.

Vice-Chancellor Tsui Lap-chee said: "We want to be competitive internationally and the staff expansion is a major part of our development plan. To be really first rate, we need people."

He said a good reputation attracted good students, good staff and facilities in a virtuous circle.

Departments could spend up to 40 per cent of their allocation on full professors, who could be offered tenured terms, but the university was keen to recruit more junior staff, who would initially be offered three-year contracts.

A foundation would be set up for the entrance scholarships, to be shared among Form Six students entering university through the Early Admission Scheme, school-leavers with A-levels, mainland students and foreign students. Between 170 and 200 scholarships would be offered this year.

Four architectural consortiums are preparing blueprints for the 45,000-square-metre centennial campus, which the university will consider before selecting one of the groups to build the infrastructure. The site now has a water reservoir, which the university is considering moving underground, and three listed buildings.

Pro vice-chancellor John Malpas said that laboratory subjects including physics, chemistry and engineering would be moved to the new campus, and the faculties of arts, social science and law were likely to move.
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Old February 8th, 2006, 05:45 AM   #4
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I knew I had posted something about HKU's expansion before. Here is the related thread from last summer : http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=232803
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HKU unveils four visions for $2.5b campus redevelopment
17 February 2006
South China Morning Post

The University of Hong Kong has unveiled four architectural visions for the future expansion of its Pok Fu Lam Road campus.

The masterplans - each developed by an architectural consortium including one local and one international firm - are going on public display inside and outside the university for consultations on the $2.5 billion expansion launched yesterday.

An "iconic" skyscraper at the heart of the campus, a block resembling a giant computer screen perched on a multi-layered study area, and an east-west university walk linking the campus are among novel ideas students and the public are invited to comment on.

The consortiums are LD Asia and Capita Percy Thomas; Leigh and Orange and Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects and Planners (who helped design the University of Chicago); Wong and Ouyang (HK) with Sasaki Associates; and Dennis Lau and Ng Chun Man Architects and Engineers with Skidmore Owings and Merrill, responsible for Harvard and Princeton campuses.

Pro vice-chancellor John Malpas, who is in charge of the development project, said the university was not holding a competition between the four masterplans but a project group would recommend the broad concepts in one of them for further development.

"We will consult with students, staff, alumni and the community on the four plans and how well they meet the criteria we have set," he said.

Groups being consulted include local residents, Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth and Solar Campus, and suggestions from the community that had wide backing would be considered. The university council was due to make a decision by the end of May and one of the consortiums was likely to be invited to take part in the $1 billion site preparation phase.

"Our vision is the university becomes a focal point which regenerates the Western District," Professor Malpas said. "I hope it will regenerate the economy by creating new commercial opportunities."
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Old February 17th, 2006, 12:16 PM   #6
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HKU Centennial Campus to Benefit the University, the Local Community and Hong Kong as a Whole

(Hong Kong, 16 February 2006) The University of Hong Kong (HKU) today unveils the design models developed for its Centennial Campus by four architectural consortia as the highlight of the idea generation stage of the project. The models will be shown to the public in a roving exhibition in the coming weeks. Members of the public are invited to share their views on this important development project for the University and the community as a whole.

Officiating at the press conference today were Mr Jack So, Chairman of Campus Development and Planning Committee, Professor Lap-Chee Tsui, Vice-Chancellor and Professor John Malpas, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, who is in charge of the campus development project.

'As the first and foremost university in the territory, HKU plays a leading role in guiding and helping Hong Kong master the social and economic changes locally, regionally and internationally,' said Mr Jack So. 'The development of the Centennial Campus and the associated enhanced facilities will enable HKU to play better its role in supporting a knowledge-based society and the community's pursuit of quality of life by providing opportunities for lifelong learning. Also, HKU can serve as a catalyst for international academic engagement, attracting international partnership and serving Hong Kong as Asia's World City. The benefits of the Centennial Campus flows not only to the University but also through to the community at large,' continued Mr So.

Mr Jack So stressed the concept of 'University District', or 'town and gown' in the Centennial Campus project, saying that it is a trend for urban universities worldwide. He said, 'the Centennial Campus project will connect HKU further with the community it lives in, broadening and deepening the dialogues between the two to mutual benefit and the betterment of the entire SAR.'

In line with HKU's vision to be a top global research university, in celebration of its centenary in 2011 and to prepare for the four-year degree curriculum, the Centennial Campus will need to be in place by 2011-2012. Professor Lap-Chee Tsui said, 'in support of our academic vision, we need additional space, a balanced environment and enhanced facilities for all those who learn, work and visit here. The Centennial Campus will be a project for HKU, the local community and Hong Kong as a whole. It will cement Hong Kong's position as the human resource hub in Asia.'

To help the University develop an innovative master plan and concept design for the Centennial Campus and Main Campus, four architectural consortia, each comprising a local and an international architectural firm, are invited to contribute ideas. They are:
- LD Asia / Capita Percy Thomas
- Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects & Engineers (H.K.) Ltd / Skidmore Owings and Merrill
- Wong & Ouyang (HK) Ltd./ Sasaki Associates, Inc.
- Leigh & Orange Ltd / Ayers/Saint/Gross Architects & Planners

'HKU is keen on hearing from our stakeholders and has planned to engage all who are interested,' said Professor Malpas. Discussions with various interested parties such as alumni, neighbouring buildings and organisations and environmental groups are underway to ensure suggestions from the community are noted and considered. A roving exhibition on the concept design proposals of the Centennial Campus will also be held in the coming weeks.

According to the current schedule, the detailed design for the Centennial Campus will be finalised in 2006 /2007. Site formation work will commence at the end of the year and construction will begin in 2008. The development of the Centennial Campus is estimated to cost a total of HK$2.5 billion, of which HK$1.2 billion is expected to come from the Government and the balance to be raised by HKU itself.

I am not sure whose designs are these ...

Heres a glimpse of L&O plan

The four Designs will be on display at the University, belchers and Hong Kong Station until Mid-April ...
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Old February 18th, 2006, 10:44 AM   #7
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so are they still designing? or is the design chosen already?

this is quite exciting altho it'd b hell for the students during the construction :-(
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Old February 18th, 2006, 02:19 PM   #8
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so are they still designing? or is the design chosen already?

this is quite exciting altho it'd b hell for the students during the

construction :-(
That's very true, the students need to sacrifice their learning environment for the future of HKU. It would be hell for students to concentrate themselves on study with such a harsh noise generated by construction site.

By the way, the air around the campus is expected to be more polluted, but it's all for the brighter future.
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True. But many don't feel that way :-( i mean it's not like it matters, I support HKU expanding, but being a student @ UCLA rite now with all the constructions going on, it's very annoying. What's worst is that all the constructions are for the sciences, and I'm a humanities major. Couldn't b more annoyed :-/

Well at least it's perched on a hill... They should take advantage of that and create a urban oasis, a western university with lots of greenery and open lawns :-D

And start encouraging students to sunbathe on such lawns :-) Bikini girls laying around and shirtless guys throwing frisbee... that would b nice :-D
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I support HKU expanding too.
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Old June 3rd, 2006, 03:08 AM   #11
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HKU unveils design for Centennial campus
3 June 2006
South China Morning Post

The University of Hong Kong has unveiled the architectural blueprint for its $2.5 billion campus expansion.

The university announced this week that it would adopt the masterplan from Wong & Ouyang (HK) and Sasaki Associates for the development of its Centennial campus, to be built to the west of the existing campus. It will be completed by the end of 2011 to provide more space and facilities for when four-year degree courses replace the current three-year model in 2012.

The decision came after a 21/2-month consultation with students, staff and alumni, as well as groups including local residents and Greenpeace. Models of the four proposed designs have been on display inside and outside the university.

More than 18,000 people visited the exhibition and more than 800 questionnaires were collected.

According to university spokeswoman, the masterplan would be refined until the end of this year. The public would be consulted through a series of workshops on matters such as the material used for the buildings and planning of the space inside them.

Site preparation, including the relocation of two reservoirs, would be carried out next year before the start of the construction in 2008, she said.

Pro-vice-chancellor John Malpas, who is overseeing the expansion project, said the public had indicated that the plan should be conscious of environmental, ecological, sustainability and heritage issues and the efficient use of space.

Eric Ng Shu-pui, the university's senior assistant registrar, said the chosen plan was based on principles of environmental sustainability that minimised the use of electricity, reduced pollution and drew on renewable energy.

He added that courtyards with extensive open space would encourage interaction among students inside and outside classrooms.

The plan also included four large lecture theatres and classrooms designed for multiple purposes.

Chan Che-wai, chairman of the university's Academic Staff Association, said that although the plan was practical, it lacked character.

"The plan has failed to create a new landmark for the university," he said.

Dr Chan added that although the heritage would be kept intact, the colour and the style of the new buildings, such as the senior staff quarters, did not fit in to the environment.

He said the solar panels, which are included in the plan for the new campus, might not be effective because there would not be much sunlight in the area.

The spokeswoman said solar panels were one way of making use of renewable energy. Other sources of sustainable energy might be considered, she said.

Lau Fong, president of the university's students' union, welcomed the choice, adding that the union would monitor the implementation of the plan.
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Old September 24th, 2006, 10:22 AM   #12
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New HKU Centennial Campus

HKU Centennial Campus

http://www.hku.hk/centcampus/

In 2005, the University of Hong Kong invited four architectural consortia, each consisting of a local architectural firm and an international partner with global experience of innovative campus development, to present proposals for the design concept of the new Centennial Campus.

After careful consideration of all submissions and views, the University decided that the master plan proposal from Wong & Ouyang / Sasaki Associates, Inc. offered the best fit with its strategic planning principles. The selected consortium will develop the proposed masterplanning concept further, help address infrastructural issues and develop the brief for the next stage of the detailed building design.




Master plan from Wong & Ouyang / Sasaki Associates, Inc




University Framework


Academic Courtyard


Preservation of Heritage & Environment


Concept of Sustainability


Learning Commons


University Street


Iconic Campus & MTR Station Entrances



The detail design of buildings will be completed in 2006/2007
The construction will begin in 2008 and will be completed in 2011

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http://centcampus.adprovela.com/ppt/...ng_23-1-06.ppt
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港大百年大屋 改裝校園地標



香港大學近百年歷史古典大屋,現為水務署職員宿舍,配合校園西部發展將改裝為訪客中心、咖啡室和書店,被「欽點」為新校園地標。另一幢建於30年代的淨水庫會被拆卸,內裏機器和用具等,將放置於新設的水務博物館,公開展示本港供水歷史。

原為空置宿舍 列2級歷史建築

港大公布百周年校園計劃後,外界關注校方會否保留配水庫上的建築物和對環境的影響。目前配水庫有一幢空置的水務署高級職員宿舍,列為2級歷史建築。另一幢仍有人居住的水務署員工宿舍和一幢荒廢的淨水庫,則屬3級歷史建築。

港大建築系助理教授李浩然說,高級職員宿舍沒有特別的建築風格,但能反映殖民地時代的階級觀念,別具教育意義,故會與毗鄰的員工宿舍一併保留,作為新校園出入口的地標,校方又會設立博物館介紹本港的供水歷史。
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HKU Plans $10 Billion Upgrade Over 10 Years
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港大斥25億建大學城
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【本報訊】為配合三三四學制及增加競爭力,香港大學將斥資二十五億元建立大學城,港大計劃興建三座新學院大樓,以及一個可容納二千人、二十四小時開放的研習坊,令學生可在舒適環境下學習及進行討論;至於校園內的三級歷史建築物西區濾水廠,有關方面擬闢作水務博物館,今年年底會諮詢公眾意見。

港大百周年校園的公眾巡迴展覽明日開始。因應二○一二年起本港實施三三四學制,以及港大銳意增收非本地生,達到國際化的目標,港大未來學生人數將大幅增加四成,需要擴建校園應付未來的發展。

港大將於明年中展開校園擴建計劃,興建三座新大樓,包括文學院、社會科學學院及法律學院。新大樓採環保設計,有天台及垂直綠化,減低耗電量,新校園會採太陽能街燈、廢水亦會回收再用等,節省能源,三幢大樓樓宇高度只約十一及十二層,不會影響鄰近住宅的景觀;而大樓之間會設綠蔭庭院,供學生及臈職員休憩。

新校園更特別闢設有一個面積達六千平方米,採落地玻璃設計的研習坊,研習坊除有寧靜的閱讀區外,還有供飲食、小組討論及上網的地方,學生除了可上網借閱圖書館的藏書外,更可上網與臈授討論學科問題及進行小組討論。

西區濾水廠或改博物館
至於新校園內三座歷史建築物,包括水務署高級、普通職員宿舍,以及西區濾水廠,港大決定全部保留,港大已成立一個工作小組,研究三幢建築物的用途,其中西區濾水廠正考慮改為水務博物館,港大今年年底會諮詢公眾意見。
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New HKU campus to be green and grand
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Thursday, August 07, 2008

Hong Kong University unveiled plans for a new campus housing the Faculty of Arts, Social Sciences and Law in an exhibition at Pacific Place in Admiralty.

Adorning the exhibition, which opened yesterday and celebrates the university's 121-year history, are models of three academic buildings and a 6,000-square-meter interactive learning space named Learning Commons that are set to rise soon.

The territory's oldest university has set a 2012 deadline for its 21st century Centennial Campus.

"The expansion will provide a new learning experience of the 21st century to students through the design of state-of-the-art teaching and learning spaces, greening and sustainability features," a university spokesman said.

The extension will cost HK$2.5 billion, of which HK$1.3 billion will be funded by the government, the remainder will be raised by the university.

The Faculty of Law has outlined various initiatives for development, including an institute of comparative Chinese law, a center for arbitration and dispute resolution and a legal education clinic providing limited legal services to those in need.

The university wants to feature greening and sustainability in the new campus. Energy-saving measures such as wind turbines, solar panels, recycling of waste water, and rooftop gardens will be adopted.

There are also plans to plant 500 trees around the new campus.

The campus expansion is in line with the introduction of the four-year undergraduate curriculum in 2012, when the student population is expected to increase by at least 40 percent.

Three historic buildings in the campus extension built between the 1920s and 1930s - a grade-two listed waterworks staff quarters, a grade-three workmen's quarters and a grade-three waterworks buildings - will also be preserved and revitalized.
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so much money, wish they would spend it on hiring ppl too :-p

give me a job or sth :-p
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