Nina Tower — AET Flexible Space

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Nina Tower

Tsuen Wan Waterfront, Hong Kong

AET Flexible Space Hong Kong designed, supplied and installed the complete AET Flexible Space UfAC system

Total Area

240,000 sq m

CAM-C Underfloor supply air and underfloor return air

2007 New Build

This Mega Project became a new landmark of Hong Kong in 2008. A Mixed Use Development with a total of 131 floors in two Towers comprising a Transport Terminal, Luxury Hotel, Convention Centre, Retail Facilities and 17 Floors of Grade A Offices.

UfAC features throughout the 17 office floors totalling 34,000 m2.

AET Flexible Space Hong Kong designed, supplied and installed the complete AET Flexible Space UfAC system, Nesite Raised Access Floor System and Electropatent Cable Management System.

Developer – Chinachem
Consultant – Ove Arup

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