• Gammon won five awards at the Lighthouse Club

    26 April 2018

    (25 April 2018, Hong Kong) Gammon Construction Limited (‘Gammon’) and Lambeth Associates Ltd (‘Lambeth’), a subsidiary of Gammon Construction, have collectively won five awards at the Lighthouse Club Health & Safety Awards, and earned acclaimed recognition from the industry. The presenting organisation, Lighthouse Club, is a charity that provides financial and emotional support to the construction community.

    The Awards were given to the Gammon team and to individuals for their consistent efforts in putting safety at the forefront of their business ethics and activities. Tony Small, Director of Gammon was given the ‘Highly Commended Approach to Safety Leadership’ Award, whilst Lambeth was presented with the ‘Commended Approach to Safety Leadership’ Award.

    In addition, the Leighton-Gammon Joint Venture for the West Kowloon Terminus Station North project was awarded the ‘International Design for Safety Awards – Bronze award’. Furthermore, the Lambeth and Lambeth-Mott MacDonald Hong Kong Joint Venture were both presented with the ‘Highly Commended Award in the International Design for Safety Awards’, for the Tuen Mun – Chek Lap Kok Link Project and Midfield Concourse Works, respectively.

    Thomas Ho, Chief Executive of Gammon said, ‘Safety is listed at the top of our priorities and we continue to strive for high levels of safety through training and new technologies. The Awards are encouraging and important to us as they endorse our efforts and reaffirm that we are on the right track. We will continue the hard work and endeavour to accomplish our goals.’

    The Lighthouse Club Health & Safety Awards ceremony is an annual event which commends the efforts of leading organisations and individuals for improving health and safety in the Hong Kong Construction Industry.


    Please visit www.gammonconstruction.com for further information.





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