Gammon Engineers & Contractors secures contract from Airport Authority Hong Kong
The company has been awarded the contract to deliver tunnels
Gammon Engineering & Construction has been secured an HKD 7.2 billion contract on behalf of Airport Authority Hong Kong.
The company has been awarded the contract to deliver tunnels and associated works for an Automatic People Mover and Baggage Handling System at Hong Kong International Airport.
The contract will see Gammon Engineering & Construction deliver two 1,800 mtr long eight cell tunnel structures for the Automatic People Mover and Baggage Handling System as well as all electrical and mechanical works for the tunnels.
Moreover, the company will construct several support buildings including pumping stations, a data centre and security facilities.
The Automatic People Mover and Baggage Handling System tunnels and the associated works form a major part of the three runway system project at the airport and will allow travellers to move between the new third runway concourse and the expanded Terminal-2.
Also, to ensure the project’s safe and efficient delivery, the company will deploy modular solutions for 75 percent of the electrical and mechanical works for the tunnels.
In addition, all offsite activities will be monitored with the use of the real-time technology system, STAMP, throughout the build process to further enhance the quality and production of works, as well as enhancing the safe and efficient delivery of products to site.