AECOM wins US$60-million Kai Tak redevelopment project in Hong Kong.
Company to provide design, construction supervision services for landmark site
LOS ANGELES -- AECOM AECOM Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University (Bronx, NY)
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The aim of the effort is to transform the old Kai Tak Airport Kai Tak Airport (Traditional Chinese: 啟德機場) was the international airport of Hong Kong from 1925 until 1998. site into a vibrant community supported by a variety of commercial, social and recreational facilities. AECOM's work will encompass urban design; landscape, road, drainage and sewerage works; sewage pumping stations; water supply systems; and dredging and treatment of contaminated contaminated,
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"We are proud to contribute our expertise to this landmark project," said John M. Dionisio, AECOM president and chief executive officer. "This exciting project provides an excellent example of how AECOM is able to leverage our global expertise and presence to serve our clients."
Construction is scheduled to be implemented in phases during 2011. The project's public park is expected to be completed during 2012, while the overall effort is scheduled to be completed during 2018.
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