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Gammon Construction wins £270M Hong Kong project

Gammon Construction has won a deal to build seven residential towers and related civils works in Hong Kong.

The firm, jointly owned by Balfour Beatty and Jardine Matheson, was awarded the HK$3.2bn (£270M) contract by TW5 Cityside Property Development.

Based in the Tsuen Wan district, the total construction floor area of the scheme is 112,000m2.

The seven towers, ranging from 12 to 40 stories, will provide about 900 apartments.

Gammon will also build retail and recreational facilities as well as a public transport interchange and five footbridges.

Completion is scheduled for 2018.

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