Drainage Services Department





Community Liaison Groups

Community Liaison Groups (CLGs) have been first set up as a channel to communicate with the local stakeholders and community. Reports on progress and construction arrangement of the Project will be presented regularly in the CLGs. After listening to the views and addressing the enquiries from the community, those would be considered in the latest development of the Project in order to optimize the Project and the construction arrangement. A Community Liaison Center is also proposed to be set up in order to enhance the communication with the community during construction period.


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CLG Meeting Date Venue Presentation Slides Meeting Minutes
  • 1st Meeting
  • 11 December 2017
  • AECOM Conference Room, 12/F Grand Central Plaza, Tower 2, 138 Shatin Rural Committee Road, Shatin, Hong Kong
  • 2nd Meeting
  • 24 April 2019
  • Sha Tin District Council Conference Room , 4/F, Sha Tin Government Offices, 1 Sheung Wo Che Road
  • 3rd Meeting
  • 17 October 2020
  • Community Liaison Centre, Mui Tsz Lam Road, Ma On Shan
  • 4th Meeting
  • 30 September 2021
  • Community Liaison Centre, Mui Tsz Lam Road, Ma On Shan
  • 5th Meeting
  • 12 January 2023
  • Community Liaison Centre, Mui Tsz Lam Road, Ma On Shan

2023 / 04-06
    CLC Guided tour for nearby school on 27 Apr 2023
    CLC Guided tour for nearby school on 19 Apr 2023
2023 / 01-03
    CLC Guided tour for nearby school on 29 Mar 2023
    CLC Guided tour for nearby school on 27 Mar 2023
    CLC Guided tour for nearby school on 23 Mar 2023
    Meeting with nearby school on 9 Mar 2023
    CLC Guided tour for nearby school on 23 Feb 2023
    Meeting with Shing Mun Springs’ representative on 9 Feb 2023
    Meeting for site progress updating with nearby estate management office representative on 31 Jan 2023
    Meeting with Sha Tin District Council on 17 Jan 2023
    The 5th Community Liaison Group Meeting on 12 Jan 2023
2022 / 10-12
    Assisting nearby organization putting snake repellent on 21 Nov 2022
    Volunteering services for children on 19 Nov 2022
    Site visit by HKIC on 8 Nov 2022
    Site Visit by HKIE on 22 Oct 2022
    “CIC master Talk Series” Lecture and Visit on 19 Oct 2022
    School talk for nearby school on 19 Oct 2022
2022 / 07-09
    CLC Guided Tour for NGO on 24 Sep 2022
    Distributing lanterns to nearby organizations for Mid-Autumn Festival on 8 Sep 2022
    Community Liaison Centre Open Day from 27 to 28 Aug 2022
    CLC Guided Tour for nearby school on 10 Aug 2022
    'Press to shock - Save a life' CPR & AED Course by Fire Services Department on 25 Jul 2022
    Geology lesson with knowledge and information regarding the project for nearby school on 4 Jul 2022
2022 / 04-06
    Regular liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby organisation on 29 Jun 2022
    Assist in mosquito prevention for nearby organization on 22 Jun 2022.
    Volunteer Service for nearby organisation on 20 Jun 2022
    CLC Guided Tour for NGO on 18 Jun 2022
    Regular liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby organisation on 15 Jun 2022
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby Village Representatives on 13 Jun 2022
    Site progress presentation at Ma On Shan South Area Committee of Home Affairs Department on 23 May 2022
    As one of the guest speaker of the 'HKIE Geotechnical Division 42nd Annual Seminar' to share experience on 13 May 2022
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with representatives of nearby school on 3 May 2022
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with representatives of nearby school on 28 Apr 2022
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with representatives of nearby school on 27 Apr 2022
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with representatives of nearby school on 25 Apr 2022
    Regular liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby estate management office representative on 21 Apr 2022
    Site meeting with ST Ambulance depot on TTA issue on 4 Apr 2022
2022 / 01-03
    Regular liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby organisation on 26 Jan 2022
    Site progress presentation at Development, Housing, Environment and Health Committee of Statin District Council on 18 Jan 2022
    DIY lantern for Chinese New Year to the nearby organisation on 17 Jan 2022
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby Village Representatives on 11 Jan 2022
    Regular liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby estate management office representative on 6 Jan 2022
2021 / 10-12
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby estate management office representative on 23 Dec 2021
    'Visiting CLC from secondary school students on 20 Dec 2021
    Exhibition Booth in the Open-day of nearby school on 18 Dec 2021
    Site visit from educational institution on 17 Dec 2021
    Visiting CLC from secondary school students on 15 Dec 2021
    Beautifying of container meeting room jointly with nearby organization on 9 Dec 2021
    CLC Guided Tour for nearby organization on 29 Nov 2021
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby Village Representatives on 25 Nov 2021
    Regular liaison meeting for site progress updating with representatives of nearby organization on 24 Nov 2021
    Experience sharing with other department on 23 Nov 2021
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with representatives of nearby school on 17 Nov 2021
    Visiting CLC from secondary school students on 12 Nov 2021
    Preparation Works for “Emergency Response Plan” with Fire Services Department on 2 Nov 2021
    Assisting nearby organization putting snake repellent on 22 Oct 2021
    Liaison meeting for site progress updating with nearby Village Representatives on 15 Oct 2021
    Assist in mosquito prevention for nearby organization on 6 Oct 2021
2021 / 07-09
2021 / 04-06
2021 / 01-03



Relocation of Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works to Caverns – Community Liaison Centre (CLC)

To facilitate the communication of the project with the public and to better serve the society, The Project: “Relocation of Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works to Caverns”, managed under Drainage Services Department (DSD), had built this CLC adjacent to Mui Tsz Lam Road.

The construction of CLC main building adopted innovative construction methodology: Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) and integrated with Building Information Modelling (BIM), which shortened the construction time, improved the accuracy of material estimation and reduced wastage. There is a resting garden outside the main building with pavilion and benches installed, trees and shrubs planted, surrounded by mountains and nullah. The local residents and tourists can enjoy this comfortable area and punch hotspot.

In order to enhance the community’s interaction, public can get the latest project information by visiting the exhibition and join diverse activities held by CLC. Venue booking request from eligible organisations are also welcomed. Let’s build the harmony community together.



Introduction to CLC




CLC Virtual Tour







Location



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Address: Mui Tsz Lam Road, Ma On Shan

Telephone: (852) 5220 0180

Fax: (852) 3914 5888

E-mail: [email protected]

Office Hour :
    (Mon to Fri) 09:00 - 12:00 & 13:00 - 17:30
    (Sat) 09:00 - 12:00





Venue Booking



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    2023 / 12
    2022 / 12
    2022 / 09
    2022 / 04
    2021 / 12
    2021 / 08
    2021 / 04
    2020 / 12
    2020 / 08
      2020 / 04
      2019 / 09

      2021
        Construction works at A Kung Kok Shan Road December 2021
        Temporary Traffic Arrangements at Ah Kung Kok Fishermen Village November 2021
        Construction of Secondary Access Tunnel Entrance November 2021
        Construction works of Main Access Tunnel (West) July 2021
        Diversion of Pedestrian from Existing Footpath to New Footpath at Mui Tsz Lam Road June 2021
        A Kung Kok Street Temporary Traffic Arrangements May 2021
        Temporary Traffic Arrangements at A Kung Kok Shan Road Roundabout (outside Harmony Manor) May 2021
        Main Access Tunnel (West) and Retaining Wall Construction January 2021
      2020
        Rehearsal of blasting works August 2020
        Construction of Drain by Pipe Jacking across A Kung Kok Street August 2020
        Tunnel Blasting Works September 2020
        Construction of Retaining Wall December 2020
        Environmental Monitoring August 2020
        Temporary Traffic Arrangement at Mui Tsz Lam Road July 2020
        Blast Door Transport Notice June 2020
        Latest Temporary Traffic Arrangement April 2020
        Latest Temporary Traffic Arrangement March 2020


      Awards



      48th International Exhibition of Inventions of Geneva

      Silver Medal - Resident Site Robotic Supervisor (RSRS) System

      20th Hong Kong Occupational Safety and Health Award

      Construction, Rookie Safety Performance Award - Outstanding

      Work Safe Behaviour Award, Pointing and Calling Best Practices Award – Merit

      Work Safe Behaviour Award – Merit

      ITA Tunnelling Awards 2021

      Project of the Year incl. Renovation (with a budget up to 50 M€)

      Autodesk Hong Kong Building Information Modelling (BIM) Awards 2021

      Award Winner

      Young BIMer of the year — Chui Ho Chun

      Development Bureau & Construction Industry Council 27th Considerate Contractors Site Award Scheme

      Considerate Contractors Site Awards — Gold Award (Public Works — New Works)

      Outstanding Environmental Management and Performance Awards — Gold Award (Public Works — New Works)

      HKIE Manufacturing, Industrial & Systems Division Industry Award 2021

      Innovation Award - Bronze Award

      Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Annual Awards 2021

      Edmund Hambly Medal

      Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) NEC Awards 2021

      NEC Water Project of the Year 2021 — Highly Commended

      NEC Contract Innovation Project of the Year 2021 — Highly Commended

      International Construction Project Management Association Award (ICPMA) 2021

      Supreme Award 2021 — Alliance Awards

      Supreme Award 2021 — IQ (Innovation and Quality) Award

      DSD Construction Site Safety and Housekeeping Award Scheme 2020

      Grand Award

      The Best Construction Sites Safety and Housekeeping Award (Large Scale Civil Works Contracts)

      HKIBIM Awards 2020

      “Bronze Award” for the Government Project Category

      CIC Sustainable Construction Award 2020

      Gold Award of Project Owner (Public Sector)

      Construction Manager Outstanding Award (LEUNG Chi-Man, Simon)

      CIC BIM Achievement 2020

      BIM Project

      Young BIMers(LEE Ming Kiu)

      Construction Industry Council Innovative Safety Initiative Award 2020

      Safety Management System, Training & Promotion — Gold Award

      Multi-functional Resting Station — Silver Award

      Safety Operational Device — Merit Award

      Construction Industry Council Lifting Safety Promotion Campaign

      Innovative Enhancement for Lifting Safety — Silver Award

      Lifting Team — Bronze Award

      Development Bureau & Construction Industry Council 26th Considerate Contractors Site Award Scheme

      Considerate Contractors Site Awards — Gold Award (Public Works — New Works)

      Outstanding Environmental Management and Performance Awards — Gold Award (Public Works — New Works)

      Autodesk Hong Kong Building Information Modelling (BIM) Awards 2020

      Honorable Mention

      Young BIMer of the year — Lee Ming Kiu

      DSD Construction Site Safety and Housekeeping Award Scheme 2019

      Grand Award

      The Best Construction Sites Safety and Housekeeping Award (E & M Works Contracts)

      The Best Construction Sites Safety and Housekeeping Award (Large Scale Civil Works Contracts)




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        2019 / 11


      Q & A


      General Questions

      Q1 How Can I express my opinions of this project?
      A1

      You may express your opinions via:


      Email:     [email protected]

      24-hour Hotline:     (852) 5220 0180

      Whatsapp:     (852) 5220 0180

      Fax:     (852) 3914 5888

      Mail:     PRE’s Site Office, 21 Hang Tai Road, Ma On Shan




      Transportation Issues

      Q1 How would this relocation works project affect the traffic of A Kung Kok Street? What mitigation measure would been implemented?
      A1

      The consultant had reviewed work’s impact to the existing traffic load in A Kung Kok Street. A Kung Kok Street is a main route for many buses and mini-buses to/from Ma On Shan area. To reduce the traffic impact to this street during construction, the Construction Team have implemented the following mitigation measures:

      • Construct temporary vehicular bridge across A Kung Kok Street for construction vehicles to reduce usage of A Kung Kok Street;
      • Adopt Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) for the construction of the temporary vehicular bridge to reduce road closure period from 6 nights to 2 nights only;
      • Dump truck would ingress/egress the site via the temporary site access at Ma On Shan Road and haul road inside site area; and
      • Restrict the construction vehicles passing through A Kung Kok Street during peak hours in the morning and afternoon.
      Q2 How would the temporary division of footpath and cycle track affect the cyclist?
      A2

      According to our survey, the existing cycle track was mainly utilised by cyclists passing between Chevalier Garden and A Kung Kok Street. And the temporary diversion works would not affect these cyclists much.




      Environmental Issues

      Q1 How is the progress of demolition of planter at roundabout of A Kung Kok Shan Road and the progress of strengthening noise mitigation measures?
      A1 The demolition of planter at roundabout of A Kung Kok Shan Road was completed in Oct 2019. Road surface with asphalt and road markings had been paved at the original planter location. Hoardings with height of 3.5m and with sound absorptive panels had been installed at the site entrance next to the roundabout of A Kung Kok Shan Road to further reduce the noise impact from the site.
      Q2 How to mitigate the construction noise issue?
      A2 Besides utilising quieter construction equipment, the Construction Team adopted the following noise control measures:
      • Extend the hoarding height to 3.5m and install sound absorptive panels along the works area boundary near noise sensitive receivers;
      • Movable noise barrier would be utilised to mitigate noise impact to nearby residents;
      • Apply innovative technology to reduce impact. For example, the Construction Team had adopted Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) for the construction of the temporary vehicular bridge and shortened four nights operations to reduce noise impact.
      Q3 Will the Stage 1 Works cause any odour issue from existing Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works?
      A3 No. Stage 1 Works does not affect the operation of existing Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works, thus Stage 1 Works does not cause any odour issue arisen from existing Sha Tin Sewage Treatment Works.
      Q4 What environmental protection measures are implemented in the Contract?
      A4

      Environmental Team and Independent Environment Checker were appointed to inspect and monitor the air and noise level near our site. furthermore, the following mitigation measures were taken to promote environment protection:

      Environment Management:

      • Utilised Artificial Intelligence (AI) to monitor air, noise and humidity level. Auto spraying will be activated when the humidity level is lower than standard;
      • Revised the location of temporary vehicular bridge to retain an existing camp site and related facilities to reduce construction waste. The site has been utilised as workplace rest area for workers;
      • Adopted Design for Manufacture and Assembly (DfMA) for the construction of temporary vehicular bridge to shorten four-night operations and reduce noise impact.
      • Adopted Modular Integrated Construction (MiC) for the construction of Community Liaison Centre (CLC), which improved material measurement and reduce wastage.

      Upcycling of Waste:

      • Tree trunks and leaves were upcycled to make timber furniture, stairways, brooms and fertilizers. Some products were donated to nearby communities; and
      • Damaged water-filled barriers, plastic bottles and concrete structures were upcycled to plant some potted plants for beautifying community environment.

      Renewable Energy:

      • Utilise solar-powered fans and notice board;
      • Trial Solar Photovoltaic Panels Street Light Post System; and
      • Utilise solar-powered and wind-powered shoe cleaning machine.