Nov, 2020

SOBC won the 2019 Green Contractor Award (Term Contract) by the Architectural Services Department for its continuous effort in environmental protection at construction sites.

  • Sep, 2010

    The Cantian Plant in Chongqing, third production line of Dujiangyan Plant in Sichuan and Sancha Plant in Guizhou of LSOC commenced operation.

  • Sep, 2010

    The new headquarters building of the Hong Kong Customs and Excise Department was completed.

  • Aug, 2010

    Pat Davie secured a construction contract for an air cargo terminal at Hong Kong International Airport.

  • Jun, 2010

    Disposal of partial interest in Shui On Land to fund future growth and development of SOCAM’s business.

  • Apr, 2010

    Mr. Wong Yuet Leung, Frankie and Mr. Wong Kun To, Philip were, respectively, appointed as Vice Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of SOCAM.

  • Apr, 2010

    LSOC’s proposed injection of 50% interest in Dujiangyan plants into Sichuan Shuangma Cement was approved by National Development and Reform Commission.

  • Mar, 2010

    Shui On Construction was awarded the construction project of Town Park and Indoor Velodrome-cum Sports Centre and the contract for the design and construction of staff quarters for Hong Kong Immigration Department.

  • Mar, 2010

    Disposal of the serviced apartments in Phase I of Chengdu Central Point.

  • Feb, 2010

    Lafarge Shui On Cement entered into agreement for the disposal of its cement operation in Beijing.

  • Jan, 2010

    Acquisition of Lakeville Regency Tower 18 in Shanghai was completed.

  • Jan, 2010

    Disposal of Chongqing Danlong Road Project.

  • Jan, 2010

    Mr. David Eldon, Mr. Chan Kay Cheung and Mr. Tsang Kwok Tai, Moses were appointed as Independent Non-executive Directors of SOCAM.

  • Dec, 2009

    SOCAM entered into an agreement to acquire Lakeville Regency Tower 18, a luxury residential building in Shanghai.

  • Oct, 2009

    SOCAM formed a joint venture and completed the acquisition of a residential project in the Chaoyang District of Beijing.

  • Sep, 2009

    Two property projects, Chongqing Creative Concepts Center and Shenyang Project Phase I, were put up for pre-sale.

  • Aug, 2009

    All CCP projects were rebranded under Shui On China Central Properties (SOCCP).

  • Aug, 2009

    The commissioning of the new dry kiln in Kaili, Guizhou with a total capacity of 2,500 tonnes per day started.

  • Aug, 2009

    Chengdu Orient Home held its groundbreaking ceremony.

  • Jul, 2009

    Shui On Building Contractors was awarded a Hong Kong Housing Authority public housing contract for Shek Kip Mei Estate Phase 5, with a value of HK$718 million.

  • May, 2009

    Dalian Tiandi entered into a lease agreement with Ambow, a leader in the education services sector in the Mainland, to build a facility with a GFA of 114,000 square metres.