Balfour Beatty has said that joint venture partner Gammon’s recent completion of the foundations for a luxury residential development in Hong Kong was key to the team securing the £289M main build work.
The project involves the construction of six residential towers, a clubhouse, outdoor swimming pool, and a two-level basement with carpark areas.
Gammon started work on the foundations for the Homatin project in 2017 and the partnership is due to complete work on the rest of the scheme by 2020.
“After the successful completion of the foundation works we are delighted to be trusted to deliver the full completed works for the Homantin residential project,” said Gammon chief executive Thomas Ho. “The successful delivery of schemes such as the Mount Nicholson and the Le Cap residential development is testament to Gammon’s experience in the construction of high-end residential buildings which require excellent craftsmanship and meticulous attention to detail.”