History and Milestones

The origin of the company dates back to 1939 when China was suffering from immense social unrest and political turmoil. Today, China is widely recognised as a superpower while Hong Kong, the birthplace of Hsin Chong, has transformed itself from a small fishing village to become one of the world's most prominent financial centers and an international metropolis.

Over the past century Hsin Chong has also matured and prospered in parallel with the territory.

1976
Kai Tak Airport Air Cargo Terminal Building

This project involved the construction of a terminal building consisting of a 2-storey main building, four 4-storey and a 5-storey office / storage towers at the Hong Kong Kai Tak Airport .

Kai Tak Airport Air Cargo Terminal Building
1976
Ocean Park, Aberdeen

This contract entailed the construction of reef-tank building, wave-tank complex, sea-water reservoir, ocean theatre and cable car terminal building on a site of 550,000 square metres in area.

Ocean Park, Aberdeen
1975
Academic Community Hall, Hong Kong Baptist College

This 3-storey auditorium building provides 1,346 seating capacity as well as office and common rooms for the Hong Kong Baptist College.

Academic Community Hall, Hong Kong Baptist College
1975
World Trade Centre, Causeway Bay

This was a 42-storey office and commercial building with convention and banquet hall facilities.

World Trade Centre, Causeway Bay
1974
Sheraton Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui

This 5-star hotel project included a shopping mall on the three lowest floors and basement.

Sheraton Hotel, Tsim Sha Tsui
1973
United Christian Hospital, Kwun Tong

United Christian Hospital was a prominent hospital project in the early 70s. With a total GFA of 27,700 square metres, this 8-storey regional hospital provides 560 in-patient beds. Hsin Chong was later awarded the construction contract for the extension of the United Christrian Hospital.

United Christian Hospital, Kwun Tong
1970
Involved in the Construction of a Large Number of Private and Public Housing Projects

Hsin Chong had involved in the construction of a large number of private and public housing projects from the 70s. The company also introduced a mechanised construction method which enabled us to construct at a faster pace; a leading edge for Hsin Chong to participate in major public housing projects.