Passenger Clearance Building, Hong Kong
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Passenger Clearance Building, Hong Kong

  • Client / Hong Kong Highways Department
  • Sector / Government & Local Authority, Transport & Infrastructure
  • Architect / AECOM
  • Main Contractor / Leighton-Chun Wo JV
  • Location / Hong Kong SAR
  • Products / Ancillaries, Off-site, Roofing
  • Value / $40m
  • Completed / Planned for early-2018

Lakesmere has entered the final stages of completion of the Passenger Clearance Building (PCB) at Hong Kong Airport. This complex project has seen the facades specialist engineer and install the roof system for the building which provides boundary crossing facilities for the impressive Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge.

Appointed by Leighton-Chun Wo JV, the prestigious contract totalling 88,000sqm, has seen Lakesmere carry out the design, procurement, manufacture and installation of approximately 55,000sqm of double curved standing seam roofing, rainwater gutters, bullnoses and preimeter fascias of the new passenger clearance building. 

As the new building is located on newly reclaimed land close to Hong Kong International Airport, Lakesmere conducted the manufacture and assembly of the steel roof frame and BEMO roof weathering system off-site to improve efficiency, before transporting them to site by barge and lifting into position. 

Once complete the new Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge will span approximately 35.6km, including a tunnel section, to provide transport links between the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Guangdong Province and Macau Special Administrative Region.

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