Ocean Park Waterproofing Project, Hong Kong, China

AAT contracted to make Ocean Park facilities waterproof.

Project Overview

Ocean Park Hong Kong opened in January 1977 and is reported to have received around 100 million guests in its first thirty years. (Read more about the park’s history here.)

In 2014, AAT was contracted by Ocean Park to replace some aging epoxy-based waterproofing systems with Fibre-Reinforced Plastic waterproofing. A team of AAT personnel waterproofed areas of the North Pole Encounter and Ocean Theatre.

Grand Aquarium, Ocean Park Aqua City, 一百八十號 Wong Chuk Hang Road, Wong Chuk Hang, Hong Kong

Ocean Park Hong Kong

Time Frame
2014 to 2015

Team On-Site
8 AAT personnel

Replace epoxy with FRP

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  • System-thinking from design to execution, for a cost-efficient and durable aquarium that is easy to operate and spectacular to see.

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Phase 1


The first phase addresses feasibility, budgeting, concept development, creative themes, visitor-experience design and journey-mapping, detailed engineering and project planning.

Phase 2


The second phase focuses on acrylic manufacturing, construction and installation, the supply and installation of life support systems, waterproofing, lighting, filling and stocking the tanks.

Phase 3


The third phase includes handing the aquarium over to its owners and operators. Also included this phase, for older aquariums, are services relating to refurbishment and renovation.

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