Hong Kong International Airport

Hong Kong - Land Formation for Three-runway System. The project will create new land north of the existing north runway (approximately 650 ha). The land formation will adopt a non-dredging method to provide a platform for a third runway, a new passenger concourse, and all associated taxiways, aprons and airport infrastructure.

650 Hectares

LAND FORMATION

3 Runway

SYSTEM

Three-runway System Infrastructure, Concourse and T2 Expansion. A third runway concourse with bridge-served stands, all airfield infrastructure including the third runway, taxiways, aprons, remote stands, airside roads, vehicular tunnels, storm water culverts, drainage, airfield systems, Automated People Mover System, Baggage Handling System, APM and BHS-related civil works, ancillary buildings, utility services, interfacing works, etc.

In addition, the Works also include the expansion and modification of the existing Terminal 2 to provide a full processing terminal serving departures, arrivals and transfer passengers, an underground Automated People Mover Interchange Station, associated access road network, utility services and re-provisioning of existing land transport facilities affected by the terminal expansion.

Arcadis Hong Kong’s Infrastructure Team have been appointed as cost management consultant for the Cost Planning for Initial Scheme Design and Scheme Design Stages for the Three-Runway System Land Formation, Infrastructure, Concourse and T2 Expansion.

This project includes land formation of approximately 650 hectares to the north of the existing airport platform. The third runway concourse will have bridge-served stands, whilst the airfield infrastructure includes the third runway, taxiways, aprons, remote stands, airside roads, vehicular tunnels, storm water culverts, drainage, airfield systems, Automated People Mover System, Baggage Handling System, related civil works, ancillary buildings, utility services, interfacing works, etc.  In addition, the Works also include the expansion and modification of the existing Terminal 2 to provide a full processing terminal serving departures, arrivals and transfer passengers, an underground Automated People Mover Interchange Station, associated access road network, utility services and re-provisioning of existing land transport facilities affected by the terminal expansion.

Outcomes

650 Hectares

LAND FORMATION

3 Runway

SYSTEM

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