• Gammon Construction wins HK$6.2 billion contract at HKIA

    17 April 2012

    Gammon Construction has been awarded the HK$6.2 billion Midfield Concourse Works (Contract P533) at Hong Kong International Airport by the Airport Authority Hong Kong.

    This is the largest solo contract ever awarded to Gammon Construction.

    The Works comprise the construction of the new Midfield Concourse in the midfield area of Hong Kong International Airport, complete with nineteen fully serviced aircraft stands and associated fixed link bridges and aircraft loading bridges, extension of the APM tunnel from Terminal 1 to the Concourse, a new taxiway with connections to existing taxiways and extension of the South Runway Road. The works are expected to be completed in September 2015.

    “The ability of Gammon to secure their contract is a reflection of its excellence in technical capability. We are fully committed to working with the Client to meet the challenges ahead and are confident we will safely deliver a development of the highest quality,” said Thomas Ho, Chief Executive of Gammon Construction.

    Video

    M+, The first global museum of contemporary visual culture in Asia, set to open at the end of 2021 in Hong Kong.


    This conference will explore the challenges surveyors have faced over the last year, sharing experiences and knowledge gained through the pandemic.

     
    Gallery

    no images were found