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This is a list of notable elevator installations of Fiam.

Hong Kong

Hong Kong Island

  • Hong Kong General Post Office, Central (1976, escalators) [1]
  • Shing Po Building, Sai Ying Pun (1979) [2]
  • Tak Chuen Lau, Lai Tak Chuen, Tai Hang (1976) [3]
  • Dollar Mansion, Sai Wan Ho (1968)
  • 224-226 Des Voeux Road West, Sai Ying Pun (1966)


  • Mong Kok Market, Mong Kok (1977)
  • Wah Shun Industrial Building, Yau Tong
  • Kwong Ming Mansion, Prince Edward (1967)
  • Green View House, Prince Edward (1965)
  • Yan Lee Building, Hung Hom (1966)
  • Kwong Yiu Mansion, To Kwan Wan (1968)
  • Lead On Industrial Building, San Po Kong (1965)
  • Jing Wah Building, San Po Kong (1966)
  • International Industrial Building, Kwun Tong (1968)
  • Lanton Industrial Building, Kwun Tong (1966)
  • Lip Seng Mansion, Tsim Sha Tsui (1965)

New Territories

  • Po Fook Hill Anchestral Hill, Sha Tin (1990, hydraulic service elevator)
  • Sha Tin Town Hall, Sha Tin (1987, modernized by Otis in 2007)
  • Sha Tin Public Library, Sha Tin (1987, replaced by Otis in 2008)
  • Fu Yuen Industrial Building, Tsuen Wan (1971) [4]
  • On Ning Building, Yuen Long (1978) [5]
  • Kwai Hing Industrial Building, Kwai Chung (1971)[6]
  • Man Shing Building, Kwai Chung (1975) [7]
  • Kwai Lai Building, Kwai Chung (1973) [8]
  • Kwai Fat Building, Kwai Chung (1973) [9]

Project from Hong Kong Housing Authority

Please refer to Lift Modernisation Programme.

Hong Kong Island

  • Sai Wan Estate, Kennedy Town (1990) [10]
  • Man Hong House, Model Housing Estate, Quarry Bay [11]


  • Chuk Yuen South Estate, Wong Tai Sin(1984) [12]
  • Yee Kok Court, Cheung Sha Wan (1981) [13]
    • Yee Sau House
    • Yee Yan House
    • Yee Hong House
  • Lai On Estate, Cheung Sha Wan (1992)
  • Yee Ching Court, Cheung Sha Wan (1993)

New Territories

  • Sun Chui Estate, Tai Wai (1983) [14]
    • Sun Wai House
    • Sun Yuet House
    • Sun Fong House


  • Via Sebastiano Veniero 14, Naples
  • Via Ernesto Ricci 1, Scala D, Naples
  • Viale Augusto 122, Naples
  • Via D. Fontana 21, Naples


Note: As all the known remaining old Fiam elevators in Singapore have either been replaced or removed, the places listed below are former installations.

  • Block 7 Taman Jurong HDB (en-block/slated for demolition)
  • Block 22 Holland Village HDB[15] (en-block/slated for demolition)
  • Pearl's Centre (1977, closed in 2015)[16]


More Fiam elevator installations in Switzerland can be found here.

  • Via Cantonale 8-8A, Lugano
  • Via Tesserete 44, Lugano
  • Palazzo Massonico (Via Pretorio 20), Lugano
  • Palazzo San Luca (Viale S. Franscini 40), Lugano
  • Piazza Riscossa 16, Lugano-Cassarate
  • Via Guisan 18, Paradiso
  • Via Bosia 4, Paradiso
  • Hotel Calipso, Paradiso
  • Piazza Nosetto 4A, Bellinzona
  • Centro Breggia, Balerna
  • Via dei Faggi 1, Pazzalo
  • Casa San Salvatore (Via S. Salvatore 3), Massagno

Other countries

  • Peterbos Park - Building 14 & 14B, Brussels, Belgium (modernized by Kone)
  • Avenue de la Liberte, Luxembourg
  • 10 High Street, Auckland, New Zealand
  • 1 Dickens Street, Napier, New Zealand

Notes and references

  1. Elevators Modernized by Otis in 2006.
  2. Modernized by Techfaith Engineering Limited in 2014.
  3. Replaced by Schindler in 2007.
  4. Modernized by Holake Hong Kong Limited, now maintained by Holake Hong Kong Lifts Ltd..
  5. Modernized by Cheerwell Engineering Limited (Division of Chevalier in Hong Kong)
  6. Maintained by The Express Lifts Co. Ltd. (Division of OTIS in Hong Kong)
  7. Modernized by Holake Hong Kong Limited, now maintained by Holake Hong Kong Lifts Ltd..
  8. Modernized by Holake Hong Kong Limited, now maintained by Holake Hong Kong Lifts Ltd..
  9. Modernized by The Express Lifts Co. Ltd. (Division of OTIS in Hong Kong)
  10. Replace from 1958 Schindler Elevators.
  11. Partially modernized by GEC.
  12. Partially modernized by Otis.
  13. Modernized by Techfaith Engineering Limited in 2015.
  14. Replaced by OTIS in 2014.
  15. Installed in the 1970s. Refurbished by GEC Express Lift in the 1990s, leaving only the external fixtures intact on floors above 1.
  16. Tower elevators were modernized by Union Jack Elevators with Jinlix fixtures. Building closed in 2015 for construction of Thomson Line MRT tunnel.
Notable elevator installations

By elevator brands/manufacturers: Dong YangElevators Pty. Ltd.Express LiftFiamFalconiFujitecGoldStarHitachiHyundaiIFEKoneLGMitsubishiNipponOronaOtisSabiemSchindlerSchlierenShanghai MitsubishiSigmaThyssenthyssenkruppToshiba

By elevator models/types: Kone MonoSpaceOtis Gen2Otis Elevonic 401Otis Elevonic 411Schindler 5500

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