Central Reclamation Phase III

CEDD Contract No. HK 12/02 CR III Engineering Works

  • Hong Kong
  • Government of Hong Kong S.A.R. (CEDD Dept.)
  • Atkins China Limited
  • Leighton China State Van Oord Joint Venture
  • 2012 - 2013

Project Highlights

The project The Central Reclamation Phase III (CRIII) Project is the final phase of planned waterfront reclamation in the Central District of Hong Kong Island.

The project includes the construction of:

  • 18 hectares of reclamation
  • 1 kilometre of wave absorbing seawalls
  • "Star" ferry and public piers
  • Cooling water pumping stations for existing private and government buildings; including HSBC building, Pacific Place, Prince's Building, Murray Building, Central Government Offices, Legco and City Hall
  • 1,000 metres of extensions to drainage and sewerage systems
  • A 1 kilometre dual 3 lane road tunnel forming part of the future Central-Wanchai Bypass
  • A tunnel extension for MTRCL's Airport Express and Tung Chung lines
  • A berth for the People's Liberation Army Forces Hong Kong (PLA)
  • 2.5 kilometres of at-grade roads together with an underpass
  • A 300 metre long footbridge from the General Post Office to the new ferry piers

GBFC will be responsible for providing diving services to carry out the IRM program involving the commissioning of approx. 2.7 Kilometres of drainage culverts including a large scale desilting campaign to be completed prior to the arrival of the seasonal typhoons. GBFC shall undertake all necessary project management including planning, quality assurance and quality control, safety management, subcontract management and reporting and interfacing with the Client, as required for the satisfactory performance of diving works.

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