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Photo Exhibition Opens to Public

A photo exhibition that captures both the history of Hong Kong and the development of Gammon Construction will be open to the public between 18 and 20 February from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. daily at The Rotunda in Exchange Square, Central, Hong Kong.

Organised by Gammon Construction, the exhibition is an extract of more than 40 photographs of Hong Kong landmarks taken from "The Gammon Promise", a commemorative book published to mark the company's 50 years in Hong Kong.

Since its first major project, the Kai Tak runway, in 1955, Gammon has constructed a major portion of Hong Kong's infrastructure and major projects, including Exchange Square, the Lamma Power Station, Sha Tin Racecourse, MTR stations and tunnels, the Hong Kong-Shenzhen Western Corridor and the recently awarded Tamar Development Project, taking Gammon to new heights.

Photographs of the above projects and many others will be exhibited in The Rotunda, and copies of "The Gammon Promise" will be displayed for the public to read.

Educational institutions and schools are welcome to contact Gammon's Corporate Communications Department (tel: 2516-8570) to get a copy of the book.

"The Gammon Promise", with a foreword contributed by Sir David Akers-Jones, was written by Kevin Sinclair, whose memory we honour.

Issued by the Corporate Communications Department of Gammon Construction Limited. For further information please contact:

Candy Chan    Tel: + 852 2516 8733