SHKP's International Commerce Centre (ICC) is recognized in the industry for its concept and design. It recently won the Tien-yow Jeme Civil Engineering Prize from the China Civil Engineering Society and was named one of the Ten Hong Kong People Engineering Wonders in the 21st Century. It also won a 2013 Asia Pacific Property Award for Best Mixed-Use Hong Kong Development in the International Property Awards.
ICC is a world-class development and SHKP used the latest technology and green features in its design, construction and daily operation. SHKP worked with the Hong Kong Polytechnic University to develop the pioneering Energy Optimizer air conditioning system comprising a central intelligent control, energy consumption monitors, 24-hour housekeeping and more. ICC also has a smart double-decker lift system that significantly reduces unnecessary stops and starts, thereby improving business efficiency.
The Tien-yow Jeme Civil Engineering Prize is the highest honour in mainland civil engineering for outstanding projects with technological innovation and application. ICC was the only Hong Kong winner this year and just the seventh Hong Kong project to win one of the awards since they began in 1999. Past winners include SHKP's Two International Finance Centre and Route 3.
ICC was voted one of the Ten Hong Kong People Engineering Wonders in the 21st Century by the public at Engineering Week 2013 organized by the Hong Kong Institute of Engineers. It was the only building and private development to win. The Asia Pacific Property Awards in the International Property Awards recognize exceptional real estate projects and are decided on by over 50 professional judges.