Hongkong Land’s Exchange Square Lauded For Best Office Bldg Management
HONG KONG – Exchange Square in Central received the Grand Award for Office Building Management under the large-scale office building category at the Quality Property & Facility Management Award (QPFMA) 2022, according to a press release published on Media OutReach on Wednesday evening (30 November, SGT).
Property management at the Exchange Square office development is being provided by Hongkong Land (Property Management) Limited.
Under the same category, Millennium City 5 in Kwun Tong Road bagged the 2nd top prize (Excellence Award). Its property manager is Kai Shing Management Services Ltd. The runners-up were Metroplaza and Grand Century Place, whose property managers were each given a Certificate of Merit.
For the small- and medium-scale office building category, the excellence award went to W LUXE in Sha Tin. Its property manager is Kai Shing Management Services Ltd – W LUXE Management Services Office. There was no grand winner for this category.
The runners-up for the same category were Elite Centre, Nan Fung Tower, and New Town Tower.
Meanwhile, the Excellence Award for Refurbishment / Renovation Commercial Property Management was obtained by the Grand Millennium Plaza in Central. Its property manager is Urban Property Management Limited. New Town Plaza is the runner-up for this category, but there was no grand winner.
QPFMA was jointly organised by The Hong Kong Institute of Surveyors (HKIS) and The Hong Kong Association of Property Management Companies.
The organisers said the contestants demonstrated innovative practices and strategies that have improved the efficiency and quality standard of property management. In accordance with the event’s theme “Quality | Professional | Forward Moving | Advance”, the judging panel of 17 industry leaders had closely scrutinised the adoption of technology that future-proofs the industry.
“We are impressed and inspired by how property and facility management professionals respond to unprecedented situations through accelerating the adoption of smart technology, IOT and big data in daily routines and management applications, all of which are very inspiring,” commented Hon Tony TSE Wai-chuen, Head Juror and Chairperson of Hong Kong’s Property Management Services Authority.
“Sustainability has become one of the major focuses of the industry, with increasing measures and provisions to reduce carbon emission and energy consumption. We are glad to see that the industry is playing a vital role for the well-being of the society,” he added.