Tenders invited for Lift and Pedestrian Walkway System between Tai Wo Hau Road and Wo Tong Tsui Street in Kwai Chung


Hong Kong (HKSAR) -      The Highways Department (HyD) today (September 14) invited tenders for the Lift and Pedestrian Walkway System between Tai Wo Hau Road and Wo Tong Tsui Street in Kwai Chung (Contract No. HY/2018/09).

     The works are scheduled tocommence in December 2018 and will take about 32 months to complete. The works mainly comprise:

- Construction of a covered inclined lift system of approximately 40 metres in length with two inclined lifts connecting Tai Wo Hau Road and Wo Tong Tsui Street; and
- Ancillary works, including associated geotechnical, road, drainage, public utilities, landscaping, public lighting, electrical and mechanical works, etc.

     The HyD has commissioned Mannings (Asia) Consultants Ltd (MACL) to design and supervise the works. Interested contractors may obtain the forms of tender and further particulars from MACL at 5/F, Winning Commercial Building, 46-48 Hillwood Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Kowloon, Hong Kong.

     The invitation to tender was gazette today.

Submission of tenders will be closed at noon on October 26, 2018 (Friday).

     Details of the tender notice are available on the HyD website (http://www.hyd.gov.hk/en/tender_notices/contracts/prequalifications_and_tender_notices/2018/HY201809.html" target="_blank">www.hyd.gov.hk/en/tender_notices/contracts/prequalifications_and_tender_notices/2018/HY201809.html).



Published on: 2018-09-14

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