Profile hpa (previously known as Ho & Partners Architects Engineers & Development Consultants Lim ...Read More
hpa (previously known as Ho & Partners Architects Engineers & Development Consultants Limited) was founded in 1980 and became one of the Band 1 architectural consultants in Hong Kong in 1992. hpa was accredited as the first wholly owned foreign company issued with a Class-A Architectural License in China in 2014. Among many other accolades, the company was listed 47 in the UK published World Architecture magazine’s "World’s Top 200 Architectural Practices," and its projects have received a multitude of international awards, including the China Property Awards, MIPIM Awards (France), Asia Pacific Property Awards as well as BCI Asia Top 10 Architects Awards.
hpa has a 1 billion square feet of design project footprint in more than 60 cities across 12 countries, having completed projects in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Macau, USA, Europe, the Middle East, India, North Korea, and Southeast Asia. Projects include mixed-use development, grade A office buildings, corporate headquarters, 5-star hotels, shopping malls, large-scale residential estates, villas, hospitals, universities, libraries, cultural centers, museums, sports fields, government infrastructural, railway and institutional complexes and specialised industrial undertakings. Large-scale city planning projects ranging from 5 to 500 square kilometers in Mainland China, India and Philippines have also been undertaken.
Awards In 2012, hpa set up a BIM (Building Information Modeling) team and has successfully applied BIM i ...Read More
In 2012, hpa set up a BIM (Building Information Modeling) team and has successfully applied BIM in the design and project management in multiple projects in both China and Hong Kong.
Under the Belt and Road Initiative, hpa expanded its strong presence across Southeast Asia, with ongoing projects in multiple countries along with the New Silk Road, as well as reaching further afield globally to UK and USA. In 2017, hpa was invited as a Strategic Partner of HKTDC’s Belt and Road-related promotions to champion Hong Kong’s role in realising new economic and development opportunities.