• A strategic link from Hong Kong to Macao and Zhuhai

  • Turnaround facility – one of the most complex bridge structures in the region

  • A Section of Slip Road Leading to Turnaround Facility at Western Waters of Hong Kong near Lantau Island – May 2017

  • Marine Viaduct Span Over Navigation Channels at Western Waters of Hong Kong – July 2017

  • Paving Works at Marine Viaduct at Western Waters of Hong Kong near Lantau Island – August 2017

  • Installation of TCSS Equipment on Sign Gantry for Land Viaduct Section adjacent to Chek Lap Kok South Road – May 2017

  • Generial View of Marine Viaduct Section at Western Waters of Hong Kong near Lantau Island – May 2017

  • Aerial View of Land Viaduct Section adjacent to Chek Lap Kok South Road – August 2017

  • Aerial View of Marine Viaduct Section at Airport Channel and Western Waters of Hong Kong – August 2017

  • Installation of Precast Viaduct Parapet at Western Waters of Hong Kong – January 2017

  • Installation of Precast Bridge Deck Segments Connecting to Main Bridge of Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge by Launching Girder at Western Waters of Hong Kong – December 2016

  • Installation of Precast Bridge Deck Segments for Turnaround Facility at Western Waters of Hong Kong near Lantau Island – January 2017

  • Precast Yard - Precasting of Bridge Deck Segment at Zhongshan, Guangdong

  • Hong Kong’s first floating batching plant

  • Erection of Segment-On-Pier at Western Waters of Hong Kong

  • Pre-cast pier erection

  • Pre-cast shell installation

Bridge

Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge – Hong Kong Link Road

2012

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Part of the massive Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge project, the Hong Kong Link Road project involves the design and construction of a 9.4km-long viaduct section from the Hong Kong Boundary to Scenic Hill on the Airport Island, supporting dual three-lane carriageways over deep waters.

 

As the first bridge in Hong Kong designed with a pre-stress pre-cast pier structure, the project team is faced with a variety of challenges, including severe marine conditions, complex navigation requirements, restricted land access, airport height restrictions, stringent dolphin monitoring works, deep rock head levels, the need to supply concrete using a floating batching plant, and the logistics of transporting concrete trucks on Ro-Ro barges.

 

The floating batching plant, a first in Hong Kong, facilitates marine production and significantly reduces marine and land traffic, which in turn minimises air and noise pollution.
With sustainability in mind, the project adheres to strict environmental policies regarding air quality, water quality, sediment quality, ecology, fishery, cultural heritage, waste management and noise impact.

 

Dragages Hong Kong has played a key role in the development of Hong Kong’s airport island. This bridge is our eighth project connected to the airport.

Client Highways Department, Hong Kong Government
Joint-venture project Design and construction of a 9.4km-long viaduct section supporting dual three-lane carriageways over deep waters
World’s largest span for a pre-cast segmental bridge 180m
Number of piles 725
Year 2012