Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Gammon Construction Limited
Gammon Construction Limited provides construction services in China and Southeast Asia. It offers design, management, and construction services in the areas of building, civil engineering, transportation, foundations, electrical and mechanical, infrastructure maintenance and operation, and interiors refurbishments and fit out; and engineering design services. The company also provides in-house construction services for plant and equipment, steel fabrication, and ready-mix concrete. Its projects include residential, community, commercial, retail and hotel, and industrial developments, as well as solid waste treatment plants, roads and bridges, railways, tunnels, and water and waste water faci...
979 King's Road
Founded in 1958
Key Executives for Gammon Construction Limited
Director of Human Resources and Director of Human Resources & Corporate Communications for Gammon Shenzhen
Director of Construction Services for Lambeth
Executive Director and Member of Executive Committee
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Gammon Construction Limited Key Developments
Gammon Construction Wins Two Building Contracts with Combined Value of HKD 3.91 Billion
Jul 16 14
Balfour Beatty announced that its Hong Kong based joint venture Gammon Construction has won two building contracts with a combined value of HKD 3.91 billion (£300 million). Gammon Construction, a 50/50 joint venture with Jardine Matheson, has been awarded a HKD 2.82 billion (£216 million) contract by the Hong Kong Housing Authority for a public rental housing development in Tuen Mun in the New Territories, which will provide approximately 4,600 flats in 33 to 38 storey towers and other community facilities. The project will be completed by 2016/2017. To counter a shortfall in housing, the Hong Kong government is aiming to provide 470,000 units over the next decade with public housing accounting for 60% of this growth. The second contract, valued at HKD 1.09 billion (£84 million), follows Gammon's previous work for Hong Kong Science Park Phases 3a and 3b. The new Phase 3c involves constructing two research and development offices and laboratory-enabled buildings. The project will meet the stringent Hong Kong Building Environmental Assessment Method (HK-BEAM) Plus Platinum standard, and will be completed by the end of 2015.
Gammon Construction Wins GBP 100 Million Contract to Construct Havelock Station in Singapore
Mar 26 14
Gammon Construction Limited has won a GBP 100 million contract from the Singapore Land Transport Authority for the construction of Havelock Station for the Mass Rapid Transit, or MRT, system in Singapore. Work is due to start in the first quarter of 2014 and is scheduled to be completed in 2021. Havelock Station is in close proximity to residential housing estates and commercial buildings and is on the Thomson Line - a fully underground, 30-km long line comprising 22 stations linking the North-South-East-West Line (NSEWL), Downtown Line (DTL), North-East Line (NEL) and Circle Line (CCL), providing greater accessibility and significantly improving travel time for the local community. This is the second contract awarded to Gammon Construction for the Thomson Line, following the award of the contact for the design and construction of the Mayflower Station in 2013.
Gammon Construction Wins £148 Million Rail Contracts in Singapore
Nov 8 13
Balfour Beatty announced that Gammon Construction has won two significant rail contracts in Singapore. Land Transport Authority has awarded an £87 million (SGD 174 million) contract for the design and construction of the Mayflower Station on The Thomson Line and SMRT Trains has awarded a £61 million (SGD 122 million) contract for track system replacement on the North-South Line. The Thomson Line is a 30km underground train line that is expected to be fully completed in 2021 and is operated by the Land Transport Authority. Fully underground, the Thomson Line comprises 22 stations, including Mayflower Station and six interchange stations. When completed it will be the sixth Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) Line and run parallel to the existing North-South Line. Work is due to start in the first quarter of 2014 and is scheduled to be completed by 2020. The second contract for SMRT Trains involves the changing of sleepers from timber to concrete as part of the renewal and upgrade of the existing North-South Line and is being delivered collaboratively with the UK rail team. Work on this contract is due to start in the fourth quarter of 2013 and is expected to complete by the end of January 2015.
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