Ray On Construction Company was established.
Ray On was incorporated as a limited company.
Participated in the conversion of the Ocean Terminal Marine Deck Warehouse into a modern shopping mall and the renovation of The Hongkong Hotel shopping arcade.
Ray On was awarded the contract to build the “Pacific Club” in Tsim Sha Tsui above Kowloon Public Pier No, 6. It was a prestigious building project with a valuation of over HK$1.25 million.
With the implementation of the new contractor registration system under the Buildings Ordinance, Ray On succeeded in acquiring four registrations; they are the Registered General Building Contractor, Specialist Contractor in Demolition Works, Site Formation Works and Foundation Works. Furthermore, Ray On was also accredited with ISO9000 in the same year which was then followed by ISO14001 and OHSAS18001.
Ray On was awarded the contract for the conversion of the Ocean Centre in which the use of hydraulic crusher was adopted to demolish the entire car park floor within the building and then re-building the structure into a firs-class shopping arcade. Accompanied by other major renovation and building projects in the same year, Ray On’s annual commitment reached a record high of HK$400 million.
Ray On was commissioned to carry out the alteration and addition works at Times Square. The works involved the relocation of five cinemas to the upper floors accompanied by the re-provision of sophisticated building services system and lift & escalators modifications. The works at this alteration and addition project was carried out while the shopping mall was in operation. The annual commitment rocketed to HK$600 million that year.
With the commission of the Ocean Terminal Extension project, Ray On’s annual commitment record was once again broken to reach nearly HK$800 million. Designed by one of the world’s most renowned architect, the four storey steel superstructure was erected above the existing Marine Deck of the Ocean Terminal. The project helped us win numerous accolades from the Hong Kong Institute of Construction Managers in 2018.