CBI member Atkins recently announced that it had won a further contract from the Hong Kong Airport Authority as lead consultant responsible for the scheme design of the airfield and apron extension works, which form part of their overall development plan to meet future demand at the Hong Kong International Airport.
The scheme design works are expected to be completed in mid-2014, with an
option to extend the services for detailed design and construction supervision.
Atkins is also currently involved in the scheme design for the Third Runway Development reclamation and various other infrastructure works contracts at the Hong Kong International Airport.
Damian Creally, Atkins' Project Director, said, "Over the last few years, the Hong Kong International Airport has grown in capacity, currently handling some 56 million passengers a year and is the world's busiest airport by cargo traffic. Key to its future success is the expansion programme, which we are delighted to be involved with. Atkins has a history of working with the Hong Kong International Airport dating back to 1994 when we were appointed to design the airfield and apron pavements for the entire airport."
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