The contract includes detailed design as well as supervision-in-chief and resident site staff responsibilities. AECOM will provide reference design/detailed design and contract administration during the construction of the TM-CLKL, which will provide the most direct route between Hong Kong’s Northwest New Territories, the Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities of the HZMB, the Hong Kong International Airport and Lantau Island. The project works comprise a dual two-lane highway approximately 6-miles long, of which 3 miles are in the form of a sub-sea tunnel, and is expected to be completed during 2017.
“This is the second design and construction consultancy that AECOM has won for Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge related projects,” said AECOM Chairman and Chief Executive Officer John M. Dionisio. “We are honored to partner with Hong Kong’s Highways Department to play a key role in its continuing development of Hong Kong’s transportation infrastructure.”
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