Cimic lands contract for Hong Kong airport

By Mike Hayes05 April 2017

Bird's eye view of Hong Kong International Airport

Bird's eye view of Hong Kong International Airport

Leighton Asia, part of the Australian Cimic Group, has won a US$278 million contract for the expansion of Hong Kong International Airport.

The firm will deliver the Terminal 1 annex building, as well as working on the expansion of the terminal’s parking facilities.

The new terminal building will have seven storeys and include check-in counters, baggage carousels, departure security screening channels and departure and immigration facilities.

The project is expected to run until 2019.

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