Welcome Message | Our Vision | Our Mission | Our Values | Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety Policy | Roles and Services | Organization Structure | Staff Establishment | Performance Pledge | Annual Open Data Plans |
Welcome to the homepage of the Architectural Services Department.
The Architectural Services Department performs three core functions in relation to Government-owned and Government-funded facilities in the following programme areas:
1. Monitoring and Advisory Services
Our department is committed to collaborating with our industry partners, user departments and stakeholders in developing and maintaining the public facilities for providing a better service to the general public. It is believed that through collective wisdom, experience and talent, we will be able to bring about continuous improvement on the public works and the quality living environment for the public. We will also continue to effectively provide professional and technical advice to the Government and quasi-government organisations and to oversee subvented and entrusted projects.
This homepage introduces our department's Vision, Mission and Values, and provides general information and reference materials on our work and services. We hope you find our homepage informative and useful. Your feedback, comments and suggestions are most welcome.
Mrs Sylvia LAM, JP
Serve and care for our community by enriching the living environment through quality professional services.
‧Ensure the quality, cost effectiveness and sustainable development of community facilities.
‧Ensure the quality and cost effectiveness in the upkeeping of community facilities.
‧Provide quality professional advisory services on community facilities and related matters.
‧Promote best practices in the building industry.
|Quality, Environmental, Health and Safety Policy|
To plan, design, procure, maintain facilities and advise professionally
The Architectural Services Department, when offering our Clients a comprehensive range of multi-disciplinary professional and technical services for public buildings and facilities, is committed to the following:-
|Roles and Services|
Monitoring and Advisory Services
Our aim is to provide effective professional and technical advice to the Government and quasi-government organisations and to oversee subvented and entrusted projects.
Professional and technical advice is provided by the Department. This includes:
The Subvented Projects Division of the Department is responsible for ensuring that government subvented and entrusted projects conform to government requirements. The work involves:
The above work is carried out according to the corresponding principles of subvention and entrustment.
Our aim is to provide efficient and cost-effective professional and project management services for the maintenance and refurbishment of buildings and facilities.
The Property Services Branch of the Department is responsible for facilities upkeep. The work involves:
Our aim is to provide efficient, cost-effective and timely architectural and associated professional and project management services for the design and construction of buildings and related facilities.
The Project Management Branch, Architectural Branch, Building Services Branch, Structural Engineering Branch, Quantity Surveying Branch and Property Services Branch of the Department are responsible for the development of new facilities. The work involves:
As at 31 March 2018, there are 1,860 established posts in our department which comprise directorate, professional, technical, site supervisory and general grades staff.
Monitoring and Advisory Services