Airport Authority Hong Kong

This $1.5bn project consisted of the expansion of Terminal 1 and Car Park 4 facilities at Hong Kong International Airport.

Airport Authority Hong Kong
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Client

Leighton Construction Asia Limited

Location

Hong Kong, China

Services

Strategy, Bespoke Training

Sector

Infrastructure

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The expansion of Terminal 1 Annex included the construction of a 7-storey reinforced concrete structure with steel truss roof with associated new check-in counters, baggage reclaim and security screening immigration counters.

The expansion of the Car Park 4 facilities included the delivery of an 11-storey reinforced concrete structure connecting to the existing Car Park 4 and Terminal 1 arrivals ramp.

Working for the main contractor, Leighton Construction Asia Limited, BIM Academy acted as a BIM delivery subconsultant to develop the Architectural, Structural, Civils and Building Service models in the construction phase to as-built.

As part of this, we created a 4D digital programme model for verification and validation, review and auditing. We also managed the facilitation of a cloud-based model hosting platform and integration with a cloud-based issue management solution, preparation and validation of asset information models and constructed information through laser scanning and other on-site technologies.

This resulted in minimising risk and abortive works onsite through the audit and review of various forms of production information and gave the client a better understanding of the built asset through the tagging of assets against the codification schedule.