CORPORATE RESPONSIBILITY

Corporate Responsibility

Ronald Lu & Partners has always been committed to corporate social responsibility ("CSR"). Apart from promoting the concept of sustainable development in our architectural design practice, the Company goes an extra mile to engage with the community by organizing and participating in various sustainability activities, render support & care to the underprivileged people, in order to build a harmonic, sustainable and inclusive society.

The firm strives to foster corporate volunteering by encouraging its staff members to participate in voluntary work, embracing the responsibilities of good corporate citizenship. In 2015, the Company has contributed more than 900 service hour, demonstrating its concerted effort in community engagement.

In 2016, the Company was awarded the “Caring Company” logo seven years in a row, recognizing its continuous effort in community service.

UNICEF Charity Run 2015

30 November 2015

UNICEF Charity Run 2015

30 November 2015

More than 30 RLPers gathered at Hong Kong Disneyland Car Park to participate in the UNICEF Charity Run 2015 on 29 Nov 2015 to support AIDS-free generation. Apart from Bryant’s engagement in the 3km Leadership Challenge, the sports-loving RLPers enroll in 5km, 10km and half-marathon race depending on their preference. Let’s give a big hand to them all!

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Officially Launch Project ACT to Nurture 140 Young Green Architects

13 November 2015

Co-organized by Ronald Lu & Partners and HKFYG, the Project ACT (Architecture.Community .Teenagers) is specially designed by professional RLP architects for 140 participating secondary students who have keen interest in architecture. Green missions such as Archi-Tour in remarkable architecture in Hong Kong and the fun model making workshop were carried out to enhance students’ understanding of the responsibility and design rationale borne by architects when they handle projects. We hope to instill the concept of sustainable development in our next generation’s mind since they are young. When teenagers grow up to be pillars of the society, in return, they would care about the environment and take an initiative to build a better community. In the meantime, our volunteers also had chance to interact with the students and learnt more about the communities that they are living.
Around 40 students and volunteers participated in the first day tour on 7 Nov 2015. Participating schools are Stewards Pooi Kei College and Ho Ngai College (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen). Students are led by RLP volunteers to carry out various green architectural missions. Volunteers are much impressed to witness their significant improvement and learning outcome.

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Officially Launch Project ACT to Nurture 140 Young Green Architects

Co-organized by Ronald Lu & Partners and HKFYG, the Project ACT (Architecture.Community .Teenagers) is specially designed by professional RLP architects for 140 participating secondary students who have keen interest in architecture. Green missions such as Archi-Tour in remarkable architecture in Hong Kong and the fun model making workshop were carried out to enhance students’ understanding of the responsibility and design rationale borne by architects when they handle projects. We hope to instill the concept of sustainable development in our next generation’s mind since they are young. When teenagers grow up to be pillars of the society, in return, they would care about the environment and take an initiative to build a better community. In the meantime, our volunteers also had chance to interact with the students and learnt more about the communities that they are living.
Around 40 students and volunteers participated in the first day tour on 7 Nov 2015. Participating schools are Stewards Pooi Kei College and Ho Ngai College (Sponsored by Sik Sik Yuen). Students are led by RLP volunteers to carry out various green architectural missions. Volunteers are much impressed to witness their significant improvement and learning outcome.

13 November 2015

Curtain Wall Lecture for CUHK Students

09 November 2015

Our Building Envelop Specialist and Associate Director Fai Wong delivered a Curtain Wall Lecture to a group of CUHK architecture master students on 9 Nov 2015. Coupled with plenty of curtain and glass samples, the students found the technical topic much easier to understand.

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Curtain Wall Lecture for CUHK Students

Our Building Envelop Specialist and Associate Director Fai Wong delivered a Curtain Wall Lecture to a group of CUHK architecture master students on 9 Nov 2015. Coupled with plenty of curtain and glass samples, the students found the technical topic much easier to understand.

09 November 2015

KGV Careers Fair

05 November 2015

Our Architectural Assistant, Nelson Nip, went to KGV’s Careers Fair on 5 Nov 2015, introducing the architectural industry to students. Most of the students were so excited after learning that their new Performing Arts Block is designed by RLP! They were interested about the industry and curious about the requirement to get into the field, and of course the subjects to study in university.

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KGV Careers Fair

Our Architectural Assistant, Nelson Nip, went to KGV’s Careers Fair on 5 Nov 2015, introducing the architectural industry to students. Most of the students were so excited after learning that their new Performing Arts Block is designed by RLP! They were interested about the industry and curious about the requirement to get into the field, and of course the subjects to study in university.

05 November 2015