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.
RLP organized a visit to Ko Shan Theatre on 13 November and had Mr. Vincent Kwan, RLP’s Associate Director and Ms. Janet Lo, Project Architect to give a briefing to around 50 students from Faculty of Architecture, the University of Hong Kong.
RLP received around 10 professors and students from the University of Nottingham, introducing the Company’s selective projects as well as arranging visits to Opus Hong Kong and the Avenue.