Safety from the Start at Central-Wan Chai Bypass Project in Hong Kong

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Safety from the Start at Central-Wan Chai Bypass Project in Hong Kong

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The Central-Wan Chai Bypass aims to alleviate traffic congestion, as well as anticipated traffic growth upon its commissioning.

Wednesday, March 26, 2014 - 9:00am

CAMPAIGN: Safety for Life

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Intended to alleviate existing traffic congestion and accommodate anticipated traffic growth, the US$4.6-billion Central-Wan Chai Bypass project will include a 4.5-kilometer-long (2.8-mile-long), dual-three-lane trunk road and a tunnel running along the northern shore of Hong Kong Island.

Given the project’s enormous scale and complexity, AECOM’s Safety, Health & Environment team has played a key role ensuring the safety of construction workers, site employees and the general public.

Visit AECOM's most recent safety report to learn how the company’s safety best practices have enhanced this project.

 

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AECOM Technology Corporation
Ed Mayer, +1.732.564.3380
Director, External Communications
Ed.Mayer@aecom.com

Keywords: AECOM | Central-Wan Chai Bypass | Health & Environment | Hong Kong | SH&E | Traffic Congestion | architecture | best practices | construction | engineering | safety

CAMPAIGN: Safety for Life

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