The BEAM Plus tests assess a project in several areas including energy use, site ventilation, indoor air quality, water consumption and waste management. The Hang Seng Management College in Shatin is one of the BEAM Plus success stories which have been achieved the Final assessment ratings. The college makes well use of architectural fins and low-e glass to optimize indoor daylight and reduce glare effect. Photo: BEAM
The BEAM Plus tests assess a project in several areas including energy use, site ventilation, indoor air quality, water consumption and waste management. The Hang Seng Management College in Shatin is one of the BEAM Plus success stories which have been achieved the Final assessment ratings. The college makes well use of architectural fins and low-e glass to optimize indoor daylight and reduce glare effect. Photo: BEAM

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The BEAM Plus tests assess a project in several areas including energy use, site ventilation, indoor air quality, water consumption and waste management. The Hang Seng Management College in Shatin is one of the BEAM Plus success stories which have been achieved the Final assessment ratings. The college makes well use of architectural fins and low-e glass to optimize indoor daylight and reduce glare effect. Photo: BEAM
The BEAM Plus tests assess a project in several areas including energy use, site ventilation, indoor air quality, water consumption and waste management. The Hang Seng Management College in Shatin is one of the BEAM Plus success stories which have been achieved the Final assessment ratings. The college makes well use of architectural fins and low-e glass to optimize indoor daylight and reduce glare effect. Photo: BEAM
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