Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities (HKBCF)
The HKBCF will provide clearance facilities for passengers and vehicles for entering or leaving Hong Kong via the HZMB. It will also serve as a strategic multi-modal transportation hub on the west of Hong Kong.
The project involves reclamation of about 130 hectares of land from the open waters off the northeast of the Hong Kong International Airport and construction of a number of buildings and transport facilities on this artificial island to provide passenger and cargo clearance services. The overall design of the HKBCF is based on the principles of innovation, aesthetics, energy efficiency and sustainable development.
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Contract No. HY/2010/02
|Scope||Construction of an artificial island of about 150 hectares (ha), of which about 130 ha is for the HKBCF and about 20 ha is for the southern landfall of the Tuen Mun – Chek Lap Kok Link.|
|Commencement Date||Nov 2011|
|Anticipated Completion Date||Early 2016|
|Contract Sum||HK$6.99 Billion|
|Contractor||China Harbour Engineering Company Limited|
|Resident Engineer||Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited|
Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Limited — design and construction of reclamation works
AECOM Asia Company Limited — design and construction of superstructures and infrastructures