JEC Held Volunteering Days to Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The Company

December 2, 2022

JEC Held Volunteering Days to Celebrate the 100th Anniversary of The Company

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In celebration of JEC centennial, JEC partnered with Hong Kong Children and Youth Service to bring joy to the children and youth over the past two weekends. Teenagers aged 6 to 12 years old from the association joined the activities and teamed up with the volunteers to complete the tasks. Volunteers helped provide training for the youth, stimulate their thinking and cultivate their enthusiasm for learning. The Volunteering Day demonstrated JEC’s commitment towards giving back to society.

July 22, 2022

JEC Joined Forces to Plant Trees for Jardines 190th Anniversary

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JEC held a Tree Planting Volunteering Day on 16 July 2022 to celebrate the 190th anniversary of Jardines.

35 volunteers from JEC, including their families and friends joined the activity to contribute to the sustainable development of forest in Hong Kong. Before tree planting began, volunteers learned about the background of the ongoing tree restoration project, the value of native trees and how the project can help with Hong Kong’s biodiversity. With the professional guidance, the team planted 70 saplings in different native species on the northern slope of Tai Mo Shan.

The ongoing tree restoration experiment project in Hong Kong aims to rebuild the secondary forest on the hill slopes that have been destroyed by farming and human activities over the past decades and increase the biodiversity of the forest in Hong Kong. The tree planting activity demonstrated JEC’s commitment towards environment conservation.


July 12, 2022

JEC Takes Part In Upgrading Yuen Long Sewage Treatment Works

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JEC has been awarded a significant contract by Drainage Service Department to carry out electrical and mechanical works for Yuen Long Effluent Polishing Plant Stage 1 (YLEPP).

The project is an upgrade project of the existing Yuen Long Sewage Treatment Works. This iconic project will be transformed to tertiary treatment level to meet the growing development needs of the region and minimise adverse environmental impact on Deep Bay ecosystem. The scopes of work include electrical and mechanical works for sludge dewatering building, administration building and renewable energy facilities for Stage 1 of Yuen Long Effluent Polishing Plant. After the completion of overall improvement plan, the treatment capacity will be increased from 70,000m³/day to 150,000m³/day .

One of the design features of YLEPP will maximise the potential of energy generation. JEC will install renewable energy facilities, including extensive provision of PV system and 3 high-efficient CHP system generating sets. YLEPP will become one of the largest solar power generation facilities in Hong Kong upon commissioning. The project is expected to be completed in 2026.

April 22, 2022

Tseung Kwan O Desalination Plant Project Achieves BEAM Plus Provisional Platinum Rating

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Tseung Kwan O Desalination Plant project has accredited the highest rank “Provisional Platinum” rating under the Hong Kong Green Building Council’s BEAM Plus New Buildings Version 1.2 (NB V1.2) assessment.

The project is the first plant using reverse osmosis to produce fresh water from seawater in Hong Kong. With a daily water production capacity of 135 million litres per day, the plant will collect seawater from Joss House Bay (Tai Miu Wan) and extract water from seawater through the proven filtration and reverse osmosis technology. The project will enable the city to tackle the challenges posed by low levels of precipitation as well as provide the city with a Strategic Water Resource which is not Susceptible to the Impact of Climate Change.

BEAM PLUS is an independent assessment that recognizes project developer’s commitment to providing a strong sustainable focus in design and construction of the building and the creation of liveable environment. The project received a high score with more than 80% of scores were given to energy use and water consumption efficiency as well as good indoor environmental quality.  We will continue our commitment to green and sustainable development to create a better place for our next generation.


March 31, 2022

JEC Releases the First Sustainability Report

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JEC is pleased to present Sustainability Report 2021 which was published today. With the theme ‘Sustainability as a Business Driver’, the inaugural report outlines the Company’s approach to establish sustainability as the DNA of business practices through 4 core elements – People, Environment, Innovation and Governance. It also highlights JEC’s goals for making a positive impact in communities.

The report is the major milestone for JEC to make a big step towards sustainability. The Sustainability Strategy and 3-year Action Plan identify a number of opportunities for the Company to drive forward and to engage stakeholders in meaning ways to expand the dialogue.

To view the full Sustainability Report 2021, please visit :

March 8, 2022

JEC wins three awards under “HKIBIM Awards 2021”

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JEC has won 3 awards at HKIBIM Awards 2021. HKIBIM Award 2021 is organised by The Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM) to recognise our outstanding performance in applying advanced BIM technology in Hong Kong.

The three awards include the gold award for O‧PARK 2 project and the bronze award for Shek Wu Hui Effluent Polishing Plant project, both of which fall under the Government Projects Category. The third award is a Sliver Awards in BIM initiatives category for BIM project with Hilti.

December 30, 2021

JEC Sets Up the First Pilot Biochar Production Plant in Hong Kong

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JEC was recently awarded the contract to set up and operate the first Pilot Biochar Production Plant (PBPP) in EcoPark, an initiative to explore a more comprehensive and long-term development direction for handling local woody waste by the HKSAR Government.

Located in Tuen Mun, PBPP converts woody waste into biochar after processing. With its carbon molecules-retaining feature, biochar on the one hand can reduce carbon emissions to help achieve the carbon neutrality vision under Hong Kong’s Climate Action Plan 2050, and on the other hand has many applications including serving as a soil conditioner, an adsorption material for filtering pollutants, a composting enhancer and a building material additive. The plant expected to process around 6,000 tonnes of local woody waste and produce about 1,200 tonnes of biochar per year.

December 16, 2021

JEC Adds MGI to Business Portfolio – Strengthening Healthcare Engineering Capabilities

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Jardine Engineering Corporation (JEC) and MGI Group Holdings Limited (MGI), a leading healthcare engineering solution provider in Hong Kong and Macau, today announced that they have reached an agreement that MGI’s businesses will become a part of JEC’s business in January 2022.

For decades, JEC has been offering a wide range of healthcare solutions to healthcare service providers to enhance the quality of patient care across Asia. Combining JEC’s capabilities with MGI’s experience and expertise in healthcare and laboratory facility solutions, the Company will be well placed to capture market opportunities and grow its healthcare engineering business in today’s rapidly changing environment.

“The joining of MGI marks an important moment for JEC. We are excited about the synergies to be generated from this strategic move, bringing benefits to both companies and our customers. The integration of JEC’s engineering and project management knowhow and MGI’s management and expertise in healthcare and laboratory engineering will reinforce our ability to deliver healthcare engineering services for the clients we serve in Greater China,” said Noky Wong, Chief Executive of Jardine Engineering Corporation.

Speaking of the change, Steve Lai, Managing Director of MGI Group Holdings Limited said “MGI is thrilled to be joining JEC and the wider Jardines family. The scale and breadth of services that JEC offers will enable us to grow stronger and faster, better meet the needs of our clients, with access to JEC’s market-leading operational and management expertise. We believe it will also offer our people unrivalled career opportunities. We look forward to our next chapter of growth with JEC.”

JEC and MGI will ensure a smooth integration change, sustaining the highest quality operations and premium-standard service to customers which are a hallmark of both companies.

About JEC

JEC is a leading provider of engineering services, sourcing and contracting expertise, enabling customers to operate their facilities at world-class standards by providing the professional expertise to design, supply and install building and specialized processes; facility operation and management; asset enhancement and energy management; and the sourcing of electrical and mechanical equipment and architectural fixtures.

Established in Shanghai in 1923, JEC is headquartered in Hong Kong and operates throughout Asia. JEC is a member of the Jardine Matheson Group.

About MGI

MGI was established in Hong Kong since 1987. With the ability to deploy solid local experience and extensive international connections, MGI delivered leading innovative and total solutions to support clients’ critical facilities in this region. MGI is also an approved specialist contractor and supplier for major clients such as Government and private hospitals, universities, laboratories, and institutional bodies for decades.

October 29, 2021

Shek Wu Hui Effluent Polishing Plant Project Garners Autodesk BIM Awards 2021

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JEC’s environmental project Shek Wu Hui Effluent Polishing Plant was recently named Honourable Mention in Autodesk BIM Awards 2021. The award recognizes professionals in the architecture, engineering, and construction industry, who are driving the industry’s transformation through the use of BIM, and shaping the industry towards a more efficient and sustainable era.

September 2, 2021

JEC Joins Hands with Industry Partners to Promote BIM Application

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JEC collaborates with Hilti, WSP Asia, BYME Engineering (HK) and Technological and Higher Education Institute of Hong Kong to launch BIM with HILTI, a 10-month training programme in August 2021 for younger engineers to learn about the efficiency of BIM in construction and new BIM technologies via a series of activities including virtual tour to Hilti BIM Experience Center, software training & application, BIM2FIELD workshops and factory visit.

August 3, 2021

Shek Wu Hui Effluent Polishing Plant Project Captures Green Certifications

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JEC has put green project management into practice at its Shek Wu Hui Effluent Polishing Plant (Main Works Stage 1) project. Adhering to 5Rs concept (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, Repair and Rethink), the project team implemented several upcycling initiatives such as turn coffee capsule into accessories, make fallen trees into table and phone stand, and reuse expired safety helmet as flowerpots to give the waste materials a second life. Their green effort has been recognized in the Energywi$e Certificate by Hong Kong Green Organisation Certification.

June 10, 2021

Chief Executive Kevin O’Brien Speaks at BEC EnviroSeries Conference

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On 4 June 2021, Chief Executive Kevin O’Brien took part in Hong Kong Business Environment Council’s Enviroseries Conference “Redefining Business Leadership for Green Growth”. 


Click to see the video of the Keynote Session and Panel Discussion.


Other speakers featured in this session included Peter Bakker, President & CEO, World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD) and T.K. Chiang, Managing Director, CLP Power Hong Kong. Read more about WBCSD’s Vision 2050 here.

May 26, 2021

Notice of Change in Chief Executive

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(Hong Kong, 26th May 2021) The Jardine Engineering Corporation Limited (“JEC”) today announces the following management change:

Kevin O’Brien, currently Chief Executive of JEC, will be moving at the end of August 2021 to succeed Thomas Ho as Chief Executive of Gammon Construction. Thomas will be retiring on 12th October 2021. In turn, Noky Wong, currently Deputy Chief Executive of Jardine Schindler Group (“JSG”), will succeed Kevin at JEC.

Kevin will commence his new role at Gammon, initially as Chief Executive (Designate), on 1st September. Kevin joined Balfour Beatty in Hong Kong in 1996 and moved to Gammon, a 50/50 joint venture between Balfour Beatty and Jardine Matheson, in 2004 where he held a number of senior roles. He was appointed Chief Executive of JEC in 2018.

Noky will start his new role as Chief Executive (Designate) of JEC on 1st July. He joined JSG in July 2003 and has since held a number of leadership roles in Hong Kong, Vietnam and Malaysia before being appointed Deputy Chief Executive of JSG in January 2020.

April 20, 2021

JEC Joins BEC Low Carbon Charter Power Up Coalition

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JEC signed up as a member of the Power Up Coalition, a new initiative under the Low Carbon Charter launched by Business Environment Council (BEC).  JEC aspires to support early electrification of construction sites in non-public works project and promote zero-emission construction sites in Hong Kong in order to achieve the city’s long-term decarbonisation goal.

April 2, 2021

TKO Desalination Plant Project Receives Industry Recognitions

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JEC’s key environmental project Tseung Kwan O Desalination Plant (First Stage) has recently won the Silver Award (Government Projects Category) at the HKIBIM Award 2020 in recognition of our efforts in promoting the use of BIM. It also received the Energywi$e Cerificate and Wastewi$e Certificate (both at excellent level) from the Environmental Campaign Committee.

JEC Apprentice Named 2020 Outstanding Apprentice

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JEC Craft Apprentice from Maintenance & Renovation Security System team Tsoi Chak Kiu was bestowed the 2020 Outstanding Apprentices Award by Hong Kong Vocational Training Council. He joined JEC in 2018 and has earned the award with his outstanding achievement and dedication.

March 25, 2021

JEC Recognises as 15 Years+ Caring Company

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JEC was awarded with the 15 Years Plus Caring Company logo by the Hong Kong Council of Social Service in recognition of its commitment in community services. JEC has been involved in community services for children and the elderly since the establishment of Caring Team in 2006.

March 2, 2021

JEC Showcases Experience at DfMA MiMEP Tradeshow 2021

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From 2 to 12 March, JEC took part in the DfMA MiMEP Tradeshow 2021 jointly organised by the Construction Industry Council (CIC) and the Hong Kong Federation of Electrical and Mechanical Contractors (HKFEMC), using Tseung Kwan O Desalination Plant Project as a latest showcase of JEC’s DfMA application.

July 20, 2020

JEC Takes Part in Tseung Kwan O Desalination Plant Stage I Project

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JEC with its joint venture partners was recently awarded the contract from the Water Supplies Department to design, build and operate the first stage of Tseung Kwan O Desalination Plant.

Building on a 8-hectare site, the first stage of construction targets a water production capacity at 135,000m3 per day with provision for future expansion to the ultimate water production capacity up to 270,000m3 per day and associated facilities. The product water will be transferred via a fresh water main to the existing Tseung Kwan O Fresh Water Primary Service Reservoir.

The desalination plant will adopt reverse osmosis technology to produce potable water complying with the Hong Kong Drinking Water Standards under local conditions. It is expected to commence operation in 2023, providing the city with a strategic water resource which is not susceptible to the impact of climate change.

July 2, 2020

Trane Hong Kong Honoured with Green Building Award 2019

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JEC’s joint venture partner Trane Hong Kong has been awarded the Grand Award in the Building Products & Technologies Category at Green Building Award 2019 by the Professional Green Building Council and the Hong Kong Green Building Council for its new Trane CenTraVacTM Chillers @R514A.

Equipped with the latest low-pressure refrigerant R514A, this flagship model has been adopted by large-scale government projects such as Queensway Government Office, for its promising performance that effectively fulfils the environmental goals of Hong Kong 2030+.

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