Performance of Modular Integrated Construction Pilot Project

Summary

In 2017 Policy Address and 2018 Policy Address, it was announced that the Government will lead and promote the adoption of Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) in the construction industry. Several public works projects have been identified and confirmed to be pilots in adopting MiC. Coupling with the commencement of the Pilot Project, it is considered a valuable opportunity to conduct a study to measure its performance in cost, time, quality, productivity, safety and sustainability. The objective of this Study was to develop appropriate methodology for project performance measurement, measure and benchmark the project performance of the Pilot Project.

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Publications

  • Pan, W., Zhang, Z., Xie, M. and Ping, T. (2020). Modular Integrated Construction Performance Measurement Guidebook, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

  • Pan, W., Zhang, Z., Xie, M. and Ping, T. (2020). Modular Integrated Construction for High-rises, Measured Success, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.

Team

This project is led and coordinated by Professor Wei Pan of Department of Civil Engineering of The University of Hong Kong (HKU), with project team members from HKU, collaborators and supporters from a wide range of government and industry organisations in Hong Kong.

Acknowledgements

This project is funded by the Development Bureau of the Government of HKSAR (Project Number: 200009197).

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