Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge 2018-02-05T14:23:26+00:00

Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge

The Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macau Bridge (also known as HKZM) is a design-build project that will span some 31 miles across the Pearl River Delta. When completed, its series of bridges, man-made islands, roads and tunnels will be the longest cross-sea combined highway in the world, connecting Hong Kong with Macau.

The design-builder, China Communications Construction Company,  broke ground in 2009 with a promise to finish the project by 2016 at an estimated cost of $10.6 billion. Delays have ensued, however, including a shifting artificial island, a scandal over faked concrete tests, and environmental litigation. Nine workers have died on the job and up to 600 more have been injured – and reported costs have climbed to $11.4 billion. The media has reported the project could open as late as 2021.

Road surfacing works done for mega Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge

January 20th, 2018|

Hong Kong to pay HK$2.36 billion share of mega bridge project’s HK$11.7 billion cost overrun

December 14th, 2017|

Contractors working on Hong Kong’s mega bridge demand billions of dollars more

South China Morning Post » Contractors working on the bridge project connecting Hong Kong to Zhuhai and Macau have slapped the Hong Kong government with claims totaling HK$8.8 billion, plunging the project deeper into controversy.

July 19th, 2017|

Seawalls collapsed in bridge project linking Hong Kong to Zhuhai and Macau, highways chief admits

February 20th, 2017|
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