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Tender Details

Tender Reference Procuring Department Subject Estimated quantity Closing
Time / Date
Contract No. HY/2014/13 Highways Department Construction of Access Road joining She Shan Road, Tai Po and Improvement of Nam Wai Road, Sai Kung Not applicable 12:00 noon, Thursday, 31 December 2015


The works mainly comprise:

  1. construct a new single lane carriageway joining She Shan Road of about 320 m long and 3.5 m wide for two-way traffic with passing bays and footpaths, with a new car park area near the southern end of the new carriageway;
  2. widening a section of the existing Nam Wai Road, Sai Kung of about 30 m long, near its junction with Hiram's Highway, to a single lane carriageway of approximately 6 m wide for two-way traffic, including construction of an associated footpath on one side of the road, associated junction modification, and resurfacing of about 20 m long carriageway;
  3. geotechnical works including slopes and retaining walls; and
  4. associated drainage, water, landscaping, road lighting, and re-provisioning works, etc.
The works are expected to commence in March 2016 and will take about 26 months to complete.

Submission of Tenders

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