HKSAR – Kai Tak Redevelopment – Hong Kong - Project Profile
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The Government of Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) is undertaking the construction of Kai Tak Redevelopment project in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
The project involves the development of the old Kai Tak Airport site into a mixed-use development. The project will be unfolded in three stages.
The 320ha site will have a sports stadium, a public park and at the tip of the peninsula a cruise terminal.
Phase I includes the mixed use development including the construction of first berth of the cruise terminal 13,000 residential units, 9ha runway park, Kai Tak Government Offices, two primary schools, a waterfront and related facilities. The construction works of cruise terminal have been completed and is into opeartion since June, 2013.
Phase II will be develped in stages. Stage II and III are in execution.
Stage II consists the realignment and widening of the existing single 2-lane, construction of associated single 2-lane roads, an elevated landscaped deck, footpaths, pedestrian streets, street lighting, traffic aids, drainage, sewerage, water mains, landscaping and ancillary works, upgrading of the existing single 2-lane carriageway to a dual 2-lane carriageway.
Stage III consists the reconstruction and widening existing single 2-lane roads to form dual 2-lane roads, construction of Trunk Road T2, footpaths, pedestrian streets, street lighting, traffic aids, drainage, sewerage, water mains, landscaping and ancillary works, two sewage pumping stations.
Phase III includes a 50,000 seat multi-purpose stadium, a 24ha metro park, a secondary stadium 5000 seating capacity and an indoor sports arena of 4,000 seating capacity. Other developments include residential/commercial developments and transportation infrastructure (including the mono rail system) and will be completed in 2021.
Urbis has completed master plan for the project. Aecom, Hyder Consulting Limited, Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd., Fosters + Partners Ltd., undertook the design work on the project.
Penta-Ocean Construction Co and Dragages Hong Kong Limited (Hong Kong Division of Bouygues Batiment International) secured EPC contract for Phase I.
Construction works of first berth of the cruise terminal is completed, construction works of Phase II are underway and Phase III is still in the planning stage.
The joint venture of KPMG and Advisian has been appointed as the operations consultant for the Kai Tak Multi-purpose Sports Complex project.
China Road and Bridge Corporation was appointed as contractor for Stage III Infrastructure Works (Contract No. KL/2014/03).
A tender has been issued in July 1, 2016 for the construction of new roads and an elevated landscaped walkway with the last submission date of September 9, 2016.
A tender has been issued in February 17, 2017 for the construction of tunnel with the last submission date of May 12, 2017.
The project involves the transformation of the old Kai Tak Airport site into a mixed-use development over 328ha in Kowloon, Hong Kong.
The US$14,913 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of mixed-use development in the first phase:
a. Construction of 13,000 residential units
b. Construction of two primary schools
c. Construction of government offices
d. Construction of the first berth of the cruise terminal
e. Construction of related facilities
f. Construction of 9ha runway park
g. Construction of a waterfront
2. Construction of infrastructure facilities in the second phase:
a. Realignment and widening of the existing single 2-lane
b. Construction of Trunk Road T2
c. Construction of construction of associated single 2-lane roads
d. Construction of an elevated landscaped deck
e. Construction of footpaths, pedestrian streets, street lighting, traffic aids, drainage, sewerage, water mains, landscaping
f. Upgrading of the existing single 2-lane carriageway to a dual 2-lane carriageway
g. Construction of a heliport
3. Construction of leisure facilities in the third phase:
a. Construction of a multi-purpose stadium with 50,000 seating capacity
b. Construction of a 24ha metro park
c. Construction of a secondary stadium 5000 seating capacity
d. Construction of an indoor sports arena of 4,000 seating capacity