Leighton Contractors (Asia) Limited

Established in 1975, headquartered in Hong Kong, Leighton Asia delivers a portfolio of high-profile infrastructure projects throughout Asia.

As a proven leader in the delivery of complex tunnel, rail and road networks, Leighton Asia also delivers turn-key renewable energy infrastructure including utility-scale wind, geothermal energy and waste-to-power installations. Its building projects range from schools, embassies and luxury high-rise residential towers, to large scale leisure complexes, a growing number of which are built to international green building and energy efficiency standards.

Their Mission is to generate sustainable returns for the shareholders by delivering projects for the clients while providing safe, rewarding and fulfilling careers for people.

Leighton Asia currently operates in Hong Kong, Macau, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia and India.

Leighton Asia is a member of the CIMIC Group, an engineering-led construction, mining, services and public private partnerships leader with a history dating back to 1899.

Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Boundary Control Point Passenger Clearance Building
Client:Highways Department, HKSAR Government
Project Role:Main Contractor
No. of Modules:45 No. of Roof Modules
CFA/GFA:Approx. 60,000 m2 (Area of the roof)
Main Contract Period:April 2014 to Nov 2016
MiC Part:Roof construction and erection
Other Project features:
  • One of the largest and most complex offsite fabrication and modular roof constructions ever executed in Hong Kong.
  • The Passenger Clearance Building (PCB) is close to Hong Kong International Airport and the highest point of the roof is just two metres below the airport height restriction, which posed great challenges to erection of the roof.
  • The biggest and heaviest roof module  is about 60m x 25m in size and weighing up to 690 tonnes.
  • The PCB is close to Hong Kong International Airport and the highest point of the building’s architecture roof is just two metres below the airport height restriction.
  • 85% of the building services and architectural builders works and finishes of the roof were installed off-site in controlled factory conditions, mitigating significant safety risks, especially working at height.
  • This MiC solution brought forth the benefits of increased productivity, safety and cost-efficiency. The roof installation was structurally completed in seven months.
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