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Balfour Beatty wins Hong Kong Science Park extension contract

Contractor Balfour Beatty has been awarded contract to build a HK$2.18bn (£175M) extension to one of the world’s greenest science parks via its 50% owned business Gammon Construction.

The extension of the Hong Kong Science Park involves a 105,000m² development, equivalent to 400 tennis courts, incorporating a water recycling system and solar power.

Work on the project which will create more than 1,600 jobs in Hong Kong is starting this month and will be completed by December 2013.


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