People Foremost, A Vista of New Connection

The Competition invites qualified professionals in the field of architecture, engineering and planning, and the general public in Hong Kong, the Mainland and overseas to contribute ideas and concepts on the design for the Passenger Terminal Building (including four vehicular bridges across the Shenzhen River) (referred collectively as “Passenger Terminal Building”) of Liantang /Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point (BCP), for reference and future implementation by the Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSARG) and the Shenzhen Municipal People's Government (SMPG).

Category Idea Competition
Type International, Idea, Open, Two-Stage, Anonymous
Genre Architecture, Transportation, Urban
Country Hong Kong and Shenzhen
RegDeadline 31 January 2011 GoogleCal iCal
21 March 2011 (Must be Received) GoogleCal
Eligibility Professionals

In September 2008, HKSARG and SMPG jointly announced the implementation of a new BCP at Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai in the north-eastern New Territories of Hong Kong and Luohu in Shenzhen to serve the cross-boundary goods vehicles and passengers travelling between Hong Kong (HK) and Shenzhen (SZ) East. The new BCP will connect with the Shenzhen Eastern Corridor and provide an efficient access across the boundary to the SZ East, Huizhou, various cities in Guangdong East, and the adjacent provinces such as Fujian and Jiangxi.

The Project aims to:
- reduce travelling time between HK and SZ East, facilitate future development in these areas and extend the economic hinterland of HK and SZ;
- re-distribute the cross-boundary traffic from SZ to New Territories East, resulting in enhancement of the overall operational efficiency, handling capacity and quality of service for the BCPs in HK and SZ; and
- satisfy the urban layout design requirement in SZ East, in order to fulfill the SMPG's “East-in-east-out” traffic planning principle for the cross-boundary traffic.

Head Juror
Member of Chinese Academy of Engineering, Dean of School of Architecture and Dean of Architectural Design Research Institute, South China University of Technology
Prof He Jingtang,

Hong Kong Jurors
Ir Prof Reuben CHU Pui Kwan, President, the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers
Mr Dominic LAM Kwong Ki, President, the Hong Kong Institute of Architects (Effective from 1 January 2011)
Mrs LAU LAI Siu Wan, Marigold, JP, Director, Architectural Services Department

Shenzhen Jurors
Mr Cui Kai, National Architecture and Design Master, Chief Architect of China Architectural Design & Research Group
Mr Shen Di, Chief Architect, Bureau of Shanghai World Expo Coordination and Chief Architect, Shanghai Xian Dai Architectural Design (Group) Co. Ltd.
Mr Liu Xiaodu, Partner, URBANUS

HK Reserve Jurors
Ms Anna KWONG Sum Yee, MH, Immediate Past President, the Hong Kong Institute of Architects
Ir Dr Andrew CHAN Ka Ching, JP, Immediate Past President, the Hong Kong Institution of Engineers

1st prize: HK$450,000
2nd prize: HK$280,000
3rd prize: HK$160,000
3 Commendation Entries: HK$100,000
4 Finalist Entries: Certificate each

Entry Fee

Six A1 size foam board panels

Announcement of Results: Mid-August 2011

Civil Engineering and Development Department, HKSARG
Bureau of Public Works of Shenzhen Municipality

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