In the early 1990s, the British authorities in Hong Kong unveiled plans to turn the city into a “Rose Garden”. They also launched 10 Airport Core Projects (ACPs) for completion before the handover of Hong Kong’s sovereignty to China on July 1 1997.
Pui Hing was honoured to participate in some of the ACPs; and it played a role in upgrading Hong Kong’s land infrastructure together with other civil contractors. Our involvement helped meet the deadlines set to complete all 10 ACPs before July 1997, and many extra hands were needed to realise this target.
Since 1997, Pui Hing has completed numerous other infrastructure works, as well as road improvement works in many areas of Hong Kong.