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Gammon Construction wins HK$2.18 billion contract for Development of Hong Kong Science Park Phase 3a & 3b

Gammon Construction Limited has been awarded a HK$2.18 billion building contract for the development of the Hong Kong Science Park Phase 3a & 3b.

The project, which is part of the Phase 3 development, includes the construction of three 8 to 9 storey Research & Development Office and Laboratory Buildings with basement carpark, services tunnels and link bridge between buildings, covering a construction floor area of 105,000 m2.

The development will showcase the latest green construction technologies and sustainable building design, including the application and installation of natural ventilation, energy-efficient system, renewable energy such as photovoltaic. Every detail plays its part in the development’s vision of being a green role model for Hong Kong.

Within the project, at least one of the buildings will be targeting the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum standard, which is a world recognised green rating system and presently the highest level of certification available. In any event, all buildings in the project are targeted to meet the strict Hong Kong Building Environmental Assessment Method (HKBEAM) Plus Platinum standard.

Mr Thomas Ho, Chief Executive of Gammon, said, “Gammon is delighted to have been awarded this project which recognises our technical expertise and capability in developing green projects. While Hong Kong’s first Zero Carbon Building is another showcase of our expertise in green and sustainable construction”

Work on the project is due to start in June this year and will be completed by December 2013.

The project will create more than 1,600 jobs in Hong Kong. Gammon completed the foundation works for Phase 3a of the Hong Kong Science Park this year.

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