Hong Kong International Airport Terminal 2 Expansion Works

Gammon, our 50:50 joint venture, is delivering the expansion works at Hong Kong International Airport. Valued at approximately HK$12.88 billion, this project is their largest single contract to date.

The works include expansion of the Terminal 2 building, an annex structure, interconnecting bridges, landside transport facilities including viaducts and roads, underground utility services, footbridges and modification works to existing facilities at Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA). The provision of building services and airport systems also form a major part of the works.

The contract is part of the Three-runway System (3RS) project at HKIA and will ultimately see Terminal 2 expanded to become a full-service terminal, providing both arrivals and departures services.

Our approach

Our construction proposal focuses on off-site and modular solutions, especially for electrical and mechanical aspects and many of the internal fit-out elements of the main building such as check-in islands, retail shopfronts and link bridges. We'll also be applying a kit-of-parts approach with a high degree of standardisation to a number of areas. These approaches allow us to simplify and reduce complex construction activities and provide a significant reduction in on-site labour requirements to improve both safety and the logistics of operating in the airport environment.

On this project, a number of in-house digital innovations will be used to support delivery including an off-site fabrication monitoring solution, concrete management system and sensors that track plant behaviour to ensure maximum productivity.


people employed at peak of works

60+ years

working for HKIA