Project Description

Project Title

: Widening of Fanling Highway - Tai Hang to Wo Hop Shek Interchange

Client Department

: Highways Department

 

The Widening of Fanling Highway - Tai Hang to Wo Hop Shek Interchange, comprises mainly:

(i)

Widening of a 5.7 km section of Tolo Highway and 3.0 km section of Fanling Highway between Island House Interchange and Wo Hop Shek Interchange from the existing dual 3-lane to dual 4-lane, including construction of new vehicular bridges;

(ii)

Widening of interchange sections at Island House Interchange, Tai Po North Interchange, and Lam Kam Road Interchange from dual 2-lane to dual 3-lane, including realignment of various slip roads; and

(iii)

Modification and reconstruction of highways, vehicular bridges, underpasses and footbridges.


Please visit the Project Website for detailed information.

 

 

Construction Contracts

Contract

 

Contract Number

: HY/2012/06

Contract Title

: Widening of Tolo Highway/Fanling Highway between Island House Interchange and Fanling
(Stage 2 - between Tai Hang to Wo Hop Shek Interchange)

Contractor

: China State Construction Engineering (Hong Kong) Ltd.

Engineer

: Hyder-Arup-Black & Veatch Joint Venture (HABVJV)

Environmental Team

: AECOM Asia Co. Ltd.

Independent Environmental Checker

: Mott MacDonald Limited

Construction Commencement Date

: 21 November 2013

Construction Completion Date

: 2019


Please visit the Contract No. HY/2012/06 website for detailed information.

 

 

Entrusted Portion Under CEDD

 

Contract Number

: CV/2012/09

Contract Title

: Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point Site Formation and Infrastructure Works - Contract 3

Contractor

: Chun Wo Construction and Engineering Company Limited

Engineer

: AECOM Asia Co. Ltd.

Environmental Team

: Meinhardt Infrastructure and Environment Limited

Independent Environmental Checker

: Mott MacDonald Limited

Construction Commencement Date

: 5 November 2013

Construction Completion Date

: Mid 2018

Please visit the Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point Site Formation and Infrastructure Works website for detailed information.