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Refined building products for Hong Kong’s highest appellate court

Timber door sets to complement the renovated interior of the Court of Final Appeal

Jebsen Building Products has been awarded a contract to supply and install timber door sets to the new Court of Final Appeal (CFA), which it will be relocated from its existing location at Battery Path to the new premises of former Legislative Council Building, also known as the Old Supreme Court Building, at No. 8 Jackson Road, Central upon completion of its renovation in 2015.

New CFA will be situated at No. 8 Jackson Road (Image source: Architectural Services Department)

Wood panelled and veneered doors sets with fire and acoustic rated performances from Shadbolt Pacific of United Kingdom were selected and specified for the interior including the main courtroom, chambers for judges, meeting rooms, rest rooms, functional rooms, as well as stairwells linking to all levels.

With an emphasis on aesthetics, material preservation and heritage consideration, the use of plantation grown timber with associated green materials is best suited for this prestigious project. As such, our FSC certified timber doors and frames are made from recycled material stand out as the answer.

Furthermore, in order to enhance the effectiveness of court hearing as well as to maintain the highest standards of privacy and confidentiality for judicial discussion, special acoustic consideration for designated areas, such as courtrooms and function rooms, has also been taken into account. The use of solid cored door products with excellent sound insulation properties is able to fulfil the required acoustic performance while maintaining the structural integrity of the original design of the building.

 

Renovation and restoration works of the building will be carried out (Image source: Architectural Services Department)

Built in 1914, the three-storey granite architecture in neo-classical style is a declared monument and is accorded with Grade 1 historic building status. The premises of new CFA building will mainly use for accommodating judicial facilities such as courtrooms, chambers for Judges, facilities for lawyers, together with two galleries which will be open to public upon completion of renovation.

 

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