Hong Kong International Airport, Gate Transformation at Terminals
- Client: Union Contractors Limited
- Value: HK$500 million / US$64 million
About this Project
This project involves the refurbishment and upgrading of 49 boarding gates in the existing airport terminal buildings (Terminal 1, Midfield Concourse and Northern Satellite Concourse) at the interface between the main terminal building and the air bridges. A&A Works at the concourse included boarding gates, service desks, binnacles, flight information displays, water zone, and retail cabins. CDC were appointed by the Contractor to review various issues on design liability and various other contractual issues during the currency of the project.
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