Typhoons and private sector apathy stand in way of widespread adoption in Hong Kong of faster construction method, experts say

The destructive power of typhoons and a lack of private sector interest are preventing the wider use of a construction technique hailed by many for its potential to fix Hong Kong’s housing crisis, according to experts.They outlined some of the barriers to industry-wide adoption of modular integrated construction (MiC) after Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam Cheng Yuet-ngor called for the Housing Authority to deploy the method in more projects to accelerate the building of homes.The average waiting…

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