HSBC Centre is an office building of HSBC in Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong. It consists of a 14-storey and two twin connected 15-storey office towers resting on a 1-level podium with a public transport interchange and a 2-level basement carpark were built. Formerly Tai Kok Tsui Ferry Pier Bus Terminus, the building was developed by Sino Land in 1998 during the development of Olympian City. Later, Sino sold the office part of the building to HSBC. Then HSBC’s back office started there in 1999. Everdure Caltite System has been used in the screen wall and slab of the 3-level basement structure in the site on the reclaimed land at seaside.