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Jebsen Building Products secures contract at the first specialist Children’s Hospital in Hong Kong

Jebsen Building Products (JBP) has been awarded a contract to supply professional sanitaryware package to the Hong Kong Children’s Hospital (HKCH) in the Kai Tak Development Area.


An artist impression of the Hong Kong Children’s Hospital. (Image source: Hospital Authority)

The overall design objective of the HKCH is to create a non-institutional, comfortable and sustainable environment to the patients. In alignment with the master plan, a comprehensive sanitaryware solution is required, targeting not only to meet stringent hygiene standard for the hospital, but also to enhance patients’ experience and to maximise environmental performance.

Considered our complete product line for the healthcare market, as well as our strong presence and proven track record in the local healthcare institutions, JBP was chosen as the sanitaryware supplier in this world-class healthcare project.

JBP will deliver sanitaryware in its healthcare range including WCs, faucets, basins, shower fittings and urinals to the paediatric hospital. All these building products are designed to exceed the UK’s national standards for healthcare institutions, as well as to meet the water efficiency requirement under the BEAM Plus certification.

The new hospital will be a flagship for the future delivery of paediatric care services in Hong Kong. (Image source: Hospital Authority)

HKCH consists of two separate towers of 11 stories high above a basement structure, providing a total floor space of around 165,000m² with a capacity of total 468 beds for in-patient, day-patient services, as well as research and training facilities.

The construction works of HKCH were commenced in August 2013 and are expected to be completed by 2017.

 

Construction site of HKCH at the Kai Tak Development Area. (Image source: Hospital Authority)

 

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