Our People

In our industry, success is driven by the expertise, commitment and passion of our people. The success of each Dragages project is supported by the dedication of every person on site. From the first concept to the completed project, Dragages is continually looking ahead for ways to innovate, improve and manage risk.

We care our people
  • Information Meeting 2016

  • Information Meeting 2013

  • World Health & Safety Day 2017 – Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge – Hong Kong Link Road project colleagues attended the event at AsiaWorld-Expo

  • World Health & Safety Day 2017 – Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link – Northern Connection Sub-sea Tunnel Section project colleagues attended the event in the Northbound Tunnel

  • World Health & Safety Day 2017 – Liantang / Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point – Site Formation and Infrastructure Works – Contract 2 project colleagues attended the event in the North Portal

  • MTR Shatin to Central Link – Causeway Bay Typhoon Shelter to Admiralty Tunnels – Contract No. 1128 project, Morpheus project and Head Office colleagues

  • Construction Safety Week organized by the Development Bureau and the Construction Industry Council

  • Grandmaster Programme – management training

  • CONNECT programme – colleagues from both project and engineering teams share their best practices

  • Heracles Programme – site engineers’ networking and training

  • Jules Verne – induction for asia-wide employees under the Bouygues Construction network

Our multi-cultural company combines the best international professionals with global experience and high-calibre local teams who understand the local culture and practices. With our global network of companies, we are able to easily match the right skills to the right project and to rapidly mobilise multi-disciplinary teams.

  • MasterChef 2016: Dragages colleagues and people of differences from Dialogue in the Dark HK Foundation worked together in the cooking competition. 

  • MasterChef 2016: Differently-abled team members all successfully prepared a meal for the judges.

  • MasterChef 2016

  • Amazing Race 2015: Teams completed diversity-related challenges throughout the worksite and offices.

  • Amazing Race 2015: In the grand finale, each team drew a painting symbolising diversity in our work sites.

  • Dashain party 2016: Best Costume Competition for traditional Nepalese attire.

  • Dashain party 2016: Traditional dance performance.

  • Dashain party 2016: Family-friendly night with kids’ game booths.

  • Dashain party 2015: The first Best Costume Competition for traditional Nepalese attire.

  • Dashain party 2015: Dragages management dotted staff foreheads with a tika, bestowing good fortune, health and long life.

  • Dashain party 2015: Nepalese staff and families enjoyed a night of feast, music and dancing.

  • Dashain party 2014

  • Dashain party 2014

  • Dashain party 2014

To promote integration and to celebrate diversity, Dragages Hong Kong launched its first Cultural Diversity Festival in 2014. Following the success of this inaugural event, Dragages Hong Kong stepped up its efforts in 2015 to cultivate workplace diversity through the ‘Diversity in Action’ campaign. Designed to promote acceptance, respect and inclusion, the campaign’s vibrant programme ranged from diversity awareness workshops and inter-site team building activities to traditional cultural festivals and a family Fun Day.

The working culture within Dragages is built on mutual respect, open communication and professional development. This extends from our clients, sub-contractors and suppliers to our onsite labour and office-based management. We incentivise strong teams and individual excellence, because we understand that only by working together do we provide the best possible solutions to our clients.