PWP 2016 Q1 Report

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Quarterly Report

on

Public Works Programme

for

January – March 2016

Quarterly Report on the Public Works Programme

The Quarterly Report on the Public Works Programme (PWP) provides information on the progress of selected “high impact Category A” projects. Projects included in this report are selected having regard to their cost, importance, complexity and other factors which suggest that they may be of interest to the public. They account for about 80% of the forecast total annual expenditure on all public works projects. Key information including project estimates, start and completion dates as approved by the Finance Committee, together with a Note on Progress, is given for each project. In the quarter ending December 2015, seven projects were completed. These projects are no longer included in this report. In the quarter ending March 2016, another six projects were completed.

These latter projects will be

excluded from the next Quarterly Report onwards. mentioned projects are shown in the Appendix.

Development Bureau The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region June 2016

Lists of the above-

Secretary for Development

Project No. 3013GB

Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point and associated works – construction of boundary control point buildings and associated facilities

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 8,811.900 8,811.900

3117KA

Relocation of New Territories West Regional Office and Water Resources Education Centre of Water Supplies Department to Tin Shui Wai

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

823.400 823.400

mid 2015 08/15

mid 2019 mid 2019

4140CD

Reconstruction and rehabilitation of Kai Tak Nullah from Po Kong Village Road to Tung Kwong Road – remaining works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,602.00 1,602.00

10/11 10/11

05/17 12/17

Project Title

Secretary for Development

early 2015 07/15

Project Completion Date late 2018 late 2018

Works were about 18% completed. progress.

Piling works were in

Works were about 17% completed. and design were in progress.

Foundation construction

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date

Works were about 68% completed. The temporary traffic arrangement at junction of Shatin Pass Road and Choi Hung Road was being implemented stage by stage for construction of box culvert. About 200m of the box culvert was completed. The watermain diversion works, piling works and construction of box culvert were in progress. The change of project completion date is mainly due to unforeseen underground utilities and associated utility and traffic diversion schemes, hindering the progress of box culvert construction works. The completion date of the project is postponed to end 2017, while the major drainage improvement works are scheduled for completion prior to the wet season of 2017.

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Project No. 4160CD

Happy Valley underground stormwater storage scheme

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 1,065.800 1,065.800

4169CD

Reconstruction and rehabilitation of Kai Tak Nullah from Tung Kwong Road to Prince Edward Road East—main works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

5019GB

Liantang/Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point and associated works—site formation and infrastructure works

Approved by F.C. Approved by F.C. (Increase in APE) Current forecast

Project Title

09/11 09/11

Project Completion Date 02/18 12/17

1,244.300 907.881

12/13 12/13

12/17 12/17

Works were about 60% completed. Construction of river wall, and access ramp, artificial rock installation works, construction of granite wall mock up and trial planting were in progress.

16,253.200 24,973.100

12/12 04/13

06/18 12/18

24,973.100

04/13

12/18

We could not secure the F.C.’s approval to increase the Approved Project Estimate (APE) in the 2013/14 LegCo sessions as we originally envisaged. The award of a major remaining contract under the project was therefore withheld. After the F.C. approved the increase in the APE on 5 June 2015, we had immediately awarded this time critical contract on 12 June 2015. The works for the cross boundary bridges commenced on 11 December 2015 and the remaining works on traffic control and surveillance system are anticipated to commence on 27 April 2016.

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were about 74% completed with phase 1 commissioned in end March 2015. Reinstatement of soccer pitch No. 2 within Happy Valley Recreation Ground was completed and opened to public use in February 2016. Phase 2 commenced in August 2015 whilst excavation and drainage works were in good progress.

The Boundary Control Point (BCP) site formation works under Contract 5 have already been completed while the works for the BCP connecting road from Fanling Highway to the BCP under Contracts 2, 3 and 6 are in full swing. The progress of all the works has been satisfactory. We would strive to complete the

Secretary for Development

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date project by end 2018 as far as possible.

5047CG

Greening master plans for the New Territories Southeast and Northwest - priority greening works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

350.000 350.000

10/14 12/14

10/17 12/17

The change of the project start/completion dates is due to the actual F.C. approval date being two months later than that originally planned. Site planting works commenced in mid 2015. Works were about 33% completed.

5729CL

Disposal of Contaminated Sediment – Dredging, Management and Capping of Sediment Disposal Facility at Sha Chau

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

770.900 452.680

06/09 06/09

07/16 12/26

The sediment disposal facility to the East of Sha Chau (ESC) comprises 4 contaminated mud pits (CMPs). The 1st CMP was exhausted in late August 2013. The disposal of contaminated sediment was then switched to a time-limited disposal facility to the South of the Brothers (SB), which comprises two CMPs and is under Project No. 5737CL. Following the depletion of the disposal facility to the SB on 22 March 2016, the 2nd pit to the ESC has been put into operation at the same time. It is anticipated that the remaining disposal facility to the ESC will be exhausted by 2024 and the subsequent capping will be completed by 2026. The project estimate was lower than the F.C.’s approved project estimate because of lower tender prices of the works contract, and the sampling and testing contracts. The original completion date of July 2016 for the ESC facility was set in 2009 without the knowledge of the time-limited facility to the SB.

5737CL

Dredging, management

Secretary for Development

Approved by F.C.

617.700

08/12

12/16

The sediment disposal facility to the South of The Brothers

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Project No.

Project Title and capping of contaminated sediment disposal facility to the south of The Brothers

Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 468.550

Project Start Date 08/12

Project Completion Date 12/16

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date comprises 2 contaminated mud pits (CMPs). The 1st pit commenced operation in late August 2013. Following the depletion of the 1st CMP, the 2nd CMP was put into operation in November 2014 and was exhausted on 22 March 2016. The capping works to the 2nd CMP would be completed by end 2016. The project estimate was revised due to the lower tender price of the dredging works and testing contracts.

7167CD

Kai Tak development – reconstruction and upgrading of Kai Tak Nullah

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

2,488.200 2,438.200

01/13 01/13

04/18 04/18

Works commenced on 31 January 2013. 47% completed.

7279RS

Cycle tracks connecting North West New Territories with North East New Territories – Tuen Mun to Sheung Shui (Stage 1)

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

295.400 295.400

09/13 11/13

2016 12/16

Works commenced on 29 November 2013. Construction of hubs, new cycle tracks and existing cycle track improvement works was in progress. Works were about 87% completed and on schedule.

7677CL

Wan Chai development phase II, engineering works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

4,642.700 4,642.700

12/09 12/09

06/17 06/21

The construction works were about 65.2% completed as at end March 2016. Three on-going contracts were in progress and the contract for Central-Wan Chai Bypass over MTR Tsuen Wan Line was substantially completed in July 2013. CEDD continued close monitoring of the planning and developments of the Wan Chai areas with a view to determining how and when the remaining two works contracts for at-grade roads and pedestrian

Secretary for Development

Works were about

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date connections would be implemented. The road works necessary for enabling the commissioning of the Central - Wan Chai Bypass could be completed on time in 2017. The entire project was expected to be completed in June 2021 as part of the road works were entrusted to the Highways Department for construction under the Shatin to Central Link project. Relevant road works could only be completed after the railways works at the sites are completed.

7731CL

Infrastructure works for housing sites adjacent to Lung Ping Road at Tai Wo Ping, Shek Kip Mei

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

781.400 781.400

06/13 07/13

12/16 12/16

Works commenced on 31 July 2013 as more time was taken for tender assessment. Works were about 79% completed.

7744CL

Formation, roads and drains in Area 54, Tuen Mun – phase 2 stage 1 works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

325.200 325.200

10/11 09/11

04/15 06/16

Works were about 97% completed. Construction of road works, drainage works, waterworks, noise enclosure/barrier foundations and footbridge were in progress. The project completion date was revised to reflect the following: (i) Part of the works under the contract was affected by the need of diversion of medium to large diameter watermains along Tsing Lun Road; and (ii) Congested site area for maneuvering of plant which hindered the progress of piling works. The formed land was handed to the Housing Department by phases in May 2013 and October 2013 for housing development as scheduled.

Secretary for Development

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Project No. 7756CL

Project Title

Project Estimate ($M) 252.800 252.800

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date

Ma On Shan development – roads, drainage and sewerage works at Whitehead and Lok Wo Sha, phase 2

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

7761CL

Kai Tak development – stages 3A and 4 infrastructure at north apron area of Kai Tak Airport

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

2,255.300 2,255.300

07/13 07/13

06/17 06/17

Works commenced on 15 July 2013 and were about 58% completed.

7711CL

Kai Tak development – infrastructure work for developments at the southern part of the former runway

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

5,757.100 5,757.100

Q4/15 11/15

2019 12/19

Works commenced in November 2015 and were about 4% completed.

7788CL

Formation, roads and drains in Area 54, Tuen Mun – phase 1 stage 1 works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

493.400 493.400

2015 11/15

2019 11/19

Works commenced in November 2015 and were about 3% completed.

Secretary for Development

06/15 07/15

Project Completion Date 12/17 01/18

Project start date has slipped by a month due to extra time taken in assessment of tenders received. The target completion is deferred by a month accordingly. Works commenced on 24 July 2015. Construction of footbridge pile cap, foundation of sewerage pumping station and retaining wall for widening of Yiu Sha Road was in progress and on schedule. Progress is generally satisfactory and the works were about 17.1% completed.

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Project No. 7789CL

Formation, roads and drains in Area 54, Tuen Mun – phase 2 stages 3 and 4A works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 553.100 553.100

9043WS

Uprating of Wan Chai salt water supply system

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

271.100 271.100

Project Title

2015 11/15

Project Completion Date 2019 11/19

11/09 08/10

12/14 06/17

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works commenced in November 2015 and were about 3% completed.

Design and Build type of contract was originally used for the mainlaying works. However, as no valid tenders were received, the exercise had to be cancelled. With Central Tender Board’s approval, the conventional in-house design and site supervision approach was adopted for the re-tender. Contract of mainlaying works (Contract No. 9/WSD/11) was awarded in January 2012 and the original completion date was in January 2016. Due to the inclement weather, Occupy Central Movement and site difficulties encountered for mainlaying in urban area such as congested utilities, stringent requirements on road opening hours and environmental permit, as well as hard rock excavation encountered in most of the mainlaying works fronts at Kennedy Road, the progress was affected. It is expected that the completion of the contract will be deferred to June 2017. Mainlaying works were in progress and were about 57% completed. Construction works for the Bowen Drive salt water pumping station, Magazine Gap Road salt water service reservoir and associated works were substantially completed in October 2013. The mechanical and electrical works for the Bowen Drive salt water pumping station, Bowen Drive salt water service reservoir and Magazine Gap Road salt water service reservoir were substantially completed in July 2014.

Secretary for Development

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Contract No. 14/WSD/14 – Remaining mainlaying works commenced in May 2015 and is scheduled to be completed by February 2017. Mainlaying at Bowen Road was commenced on 7 March 2016 and the mainlaying works at staircase between MacDonnell Road and Bowen Road was commenced in end March 2016. XP application for other section of mainlaying works at staircase and mainlaying works at MacDonnell Road was in progress.

9334WF

Expansion of Tai Po water treatment works and ancillary raw water and fresh water transfer facilities – part 2 works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

6,176.700 6,102.780

02/13 02/13

05/17 05/18

Part 2 works were to be delivered under two separate contracts, a civil contract no. 4/WSD/11 and a design and build contract no. 15/WSD/10. For Contract No. 4/WSD/11, works were about 82% completed. For expansion of the Butterfly Valley fresh water primary service reservoir, structural works of the two reservoir compartments were substantially completed. Internal works including construction of baffle walls at each compartment were in progress. Mainlaying works were 56% completed. For Contract No. 15/WSD/10, works were about 53% completed. Superstructure construction of the four major buildings (i.e. Ozone Generation Building (OGB), the Dissolved Air Floatation II Building (DAFII), the Primary Biological Filter II Building (PBFII) and the Secondary Rapid Gravity Filter II Building (SRGFII)) were in progress, of which OGB was substantially completed. According to the current progress, it was anticipated that the completion of the project would be in May 2018 due to inclement weather and other events, such as unforeseen geotechnical conditions.

Secretary for Development

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Project No. 9358WF

Project Title In-situ reprovisioning of Sha Tin water treatment works (South Works) – Advance Works

Secretary for Development

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 1,658.000 1,658.000

Project Start Date 08/15 10/15

Project Completion Date 12/18 02/19

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date The Environmental Team and the Independent Environmental Checker had been set up in accordance with the Environmental Permit conditions. The detailed vegetation survey report, woodland compensation plan and environmental baseline monitoring report had been submitted to EPD for processing.

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Secretary for Education

3107ET

A school for social development for girls at Choi Hing Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 373.700 373.700

3108ET

Two special schools at Sung On Street, To Kwa Wan

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

484.000 484.000

06/15 06/15

09/17 09/17

Works were about 22% completed. progress.

3110ET

A 12-classroom special school for children with mild intellectual disability near Hoi Lai Estate, Sham Shui Po

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

256.600 256.600

01/16 03/16

04/18 06/18

Construction commenced on 29 March 2016. works were in progress.

Site preparation

3351EP

Two 24-classroom primary schools at ex-Tanner Road Police Married Quarters site at Pak Fuk Road, North Point, Hong Kong

Approved F.C. Current forecast

660.000 660.000

12/15 03/16

02/18 05/18

Contract commenced on 18 March 2016. works were in progress.

Site preparation

3354EP

A 36-classroom primary school in Area 36, Fanling

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

417.200 417.200

06/15 06/15

05/17 05/17

Works were about 21% completed. Pile cap and underground drainage construction were in progress.

Project No.

Project Title

Secretary for Education

06/15 04/15

Project Completion Date 08/17 08/17

Works were about 15% completed. up to 2/F was in progress.

Superstructure construction

Pile cap construction was in

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date

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Secretary for the Environment

4332DS

Lam Tsuen Valley sewerage, stage 2

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 588.300 588.300

4397DS

Outlying Islands sewerage, stage 2—Lamma village sewerage phase 2

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

4341DS

Harbour Area Treatment Scheme, stage 2A – upgrading of Stonecutters Island sewage treatment works and preliminary treatment works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project No.

Project Title

11/12 10/12

Project Completion Date 12/16 12/16

340.200 340.200

12/13 12/13

07/18 07/18

Works were about 30% completed. The village sewerage works at Po Wah Yuen, Yung Shue Long New Village and Yung Shue Long Old Village were in progress. Excavation for the O Tsai Sewage Pumping Station foundation construction was in progress.

7,913.400 7,913.400

06/10 08/10

12/14 12/15

At Stonecutters Island STW, the new Sludge Dewatering Facilities (SDF) were completed and put into operation. The existing SDF were decommissioned and demolished to make room for the construction of the remaining facilities.

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date The project was about 94% completed. Sewer laying works and construction of sewage pumping stations were in progress. The overall works progress is slightly ahead of programme. However, in both Contract Nos. DC/2012/07 and DC/2012/08, some site areas were handed over to the Contractor in September 2014 but much later than planned and this might affect timely completion of the remaining works.

The new sewage treatment facilities at the Stonecutters Island STW were put into operation following flow turning in September 2015. For works at Preliminary Treatment Works (PTWs), the civil construction for North Point, Wan Chai East and Central PTWs were largely completed. At Cyberport, Wah Fu, Aberdeen and Ap Lei Chau PTWs, the remaining works were in progress. For Final Disinfection Facility, the construction was completed

Secretary for the Environment

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date and the system was put into operation.

4351DS

Harbour Area Treatment Scheme (HATS) Stage 2A – planning and design of the upgrading works of Stonecutters Island sewage treatment works and the preliminary treatment works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

105.600 105.600

07/07 08/07

08/10 06/16

The planning and design tasks were about 98% completed. The completion date of this consultancy was revised to suit the programme of the last contract of HATS 2A project (including demolition of disused facilities after the testing and commissioning for main works of the project) funded under 4341DS.

4367DS

Upgrading of Central and East Kowloon sewerage – phase 1

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

304.700 304.700

01/09 01/09

06/12 12/16

Works Contract DC/2008/08 under 4367DS was completed in July 2012 and its account was finalized in December 2014. Part of the sewerage upgrading works along existing Kai Tak Nullah was entrusted for implementation together with the nullah decking/beautification project for completion by end 2016.

4371DS

Sewerage in western Tuen Mun

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,340.000 1,237.663

12/09 12/09

06/14 12/15

Works were about 99. 9% completed. Minor outstanding and defect rectification works at WISSPS were in progress. The installation of manhole identification tags was in progress. The overall completion date of the project was delayed by 18 months because of the extra time taken for resolving interface issues with projects of other departments which necessitated a change in design for the works at Lung Mun Road (part of the trunk sewer originally planned to construct under DC/2009/11 was arranged for construction under DC/2010/01).

Secretary for the Environment

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date The change in project estimate is owing to lower values of the civil works packages and project risk reduction after the award of all the contract packages such that part of the project contingency could be released in the latest forecast.

4373DS

Lam Tsuen Valley sewerage, stage 1

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

274.400 274.400

11/11 10/11

08/15 05/16

Works were about 96% completed. Sewer laying works and construction of sewage pumping stations were in progress. As the handover dates of 5 out of 14 villages were delayed, the overall completion date of the project would be delayed by at least 3 months. In addition, due to delay of commissioning of downstream sewage pumping station and interface problem, some works requiring demolition of septic tanks were hindered and the anticipated completion date of the project is revised to May 2016.

4375DS

Sewerage in Ping Kong, Fu Tei Pai and Tai Wo

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

226.800 226.800

12/11 11/11

11/15 09/16

Works were about 90% completed. The construction of the sewage pumping station in Ping Kong and Tai Wo were completed. The sewer laying works in Ping Kong were further delayed due to obstruction by some villagers. The overall delay would be critically reviewed and assessed.

4377DS

Upgrading of Central and East Kowloon sewerage—phase 2

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

503.000 503.000

07/11 06/11

12/15 03/16

Works were completed on 15 March 2016. Outstanding works are being carried out within Maintenance Period.

4378DS

North District sewerage,

Approved by F.C.

272.100

10/11

12/15

Works were about 84% completed.

Secretary for the Environment

Civil works of the sewage

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Project No.

Project Title stage 2 part 2A – Pak Hok Lam trunk sewer and Sha Tau Kok village sewerage

Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 272.100

Project Start Date 01/12

Project Completion Date 08/16

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date pumping station was substantially completed. Trunk sewer construction on Sha Tau Kok Road and village sewerage were in progress. Some advance ground investigation works commenced by our term contractor in January 2012. The main contract commenced in June 2012 due to the retender of civil works contract (DC/2012/09) on 30 March 2012. As a result of the delay in the commencement of the main contract, the overall completion date of the project was delayed by 8 months.

4382DS

Sewerage at Clear Water Bay Road, Pik Shui Sun Tsuen and west of Sai Kung town

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

359.000 359.000

01/13 01/13

01/17 01/17

Works were about 49% completed. Sewerage works at Pak Kong, Tai Shui Tseng, Sha Kok Mei, Kap Pin Long, University Road, Clear Water Bay Road and the area in vicinity of Fei Ngo Shan Road were in progress.

4386DS

Village sewerage in Kau Lung Hang San Wai, Kau Lung Hang Lo Wai and Tai Hang, and southern trunk sewer between Wai Tau Tsuen and Nam Wa Po

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

316.800 316.800

06/12 06/12

12/16 09/17

Works were about 72% completed. Sewer laying works were in progress. Private lands in Kau Lung Hang San Wai & Lo Wai for sewerage works were handed over from the Lands Department in January 2015. The deferred handing over date had adversely affected the works progress.

4395DS

Tolo Harbour sewerage of unsewered areas, stage 2 phase 1

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

364.700 364.700

07/13 07/13

09/17 09/17

Works were about 44% completed. progress and on schedule.

Secretary for the Environment

Sewer laying works were in

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4396DS

Sewerage in Nam Wa Po and Wai Tau Tsuen

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 319.100 319.100

4404DS

Tuen Mun sewerage – Castle Peak Road Trunk Sewer and Tuen Mun Village Sewerage

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

4411DS

Upgrading of San Wai sewage treatment works – phase 1

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

5045CG

District Cooling System at the Kai Tak Development

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project No.

Project Title

07/13 07/13

Project Completion Date 09/17 09/17

722.500 722.500

03/15 07/15

04/19 08/19

Works Contract DC/2014/01 under 4404DS commenced on 20 July 2015. Works were2.5% completed. Sewer laying works in Siu Lam area, Kei Lun Wai, Yeung Siu Hang and construction of Lok Chui Street Sewage Pumping Station and Siu Lam Psychiatric Centre Sewage Pumping Station were in progress.

2,572.300 2,572.300

Q1/16 Q2/16

Q3/20 Q4/20

Project upgraded to Cat. A in April 2016. be commenced in Q2 of 2016.

3,752.000

04/10 02/11

12/22 12/22

The District Cooling System (DCS) Phase I and II works were completed. The pipe laying works and electrical and mechanical installation of the DCS Phase III (Package A) were about 90% and 89.9% completed. The pipe laying works and electrical and mechanical installation of the DCS Phase III (Package B) were 9% and 2% completed.

(Phases I, II, III (Package A) and III (Package B))

4,945.500

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were about 40% completed. Sewer laying works in Nam Wa Po and Wai Tau were in progress. The sewage pumping station in Nam Wa Po had been handed over to the E&M contractor for installation of E&M equipment.

Works contract will

(total project estimate, including Phase III (remaining))

Secretary for the Environment

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5164DR

Southeast New Territories Landfill Extension

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 2,101.600 2,101.600

5172DR

Organic waste treatment facilities phase 1

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,589.200 1,589.200

5180DR

Development of waste electrical and electronic equipment treatment and recycling facility

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

548.600 548.600

Project No.

Project Title

Project Start Date late 2015 mid-late 2016

Project Completion Date 2025 2026

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date The design, construction and contract procurement consultancy commenced in May 2015. Contractual and engineering arrangements for the project are being finalized with the support of the consultancy. Government land allocation and site handing over are being arranged with District Lands Office/Sai Kung and the Civil Engineering and Development Department respectively.

01/15 12/14

mid 2017 mid 2017

The Contractor is now carrying out the detailed design and the construction works commenced in May 2015.

early 2015 early 2015

early 2017 mid 2017

The design-build-operate contract was awarded on 31 March 2015. Construction of temporary site office was completed. Detailed design and construction works were in progress. The project was originally expected to start in January 2015 with funding support in Q4 of 2014. Due to unexpected long discussion time in F.C., funding approval was obtained in February 2015. Therefore, the project completion date has been revised to mid 2017.

5233DS

Sludge Treatment Facilities

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

5,364.300 5,364.300

02/10 10/10

12/16 09/16

Design and construction of the Sludge Treatment Facilities (STF) commenced in October 2010. Construction of phase 1 of the works (i.e. three incineration trains with capacity of 1,600 tonnes per day) was substantially completed. System commissioning of the three incineration trains of phase 1 were completed in November 2014 and the plant commissioning

Secretary for the Environment

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date test for all three incineration trains was finished in December 2014. The STF commenced its operation in phases on 1 April 2015. Testing and commissioning of the last incineration train for phase 2 of the works was finished in August 2015. Outstanding works and tests are in progress with completion date anticipated to be in Q3 of 2016. The latest outturn expenditure is estimated to be approximately $5,364.3M. The increase in Approved Project Estimate to $5,364.3M was approved by F.C. on 12 June 2015.

6810TH

Retrofitting of noise barriers on Tuen Mun Road (Town Centre section)

Secretary for the Environment

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

826.500 826.500

Q3/15 12/15

Q1/19 06/19

The contract was awarded on 17 December 2015 and works commenced on 28 December 2015. The works were about 1% completed by end of Q1 of 2016.

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Project No. 3074KA

Project Title Construction of West Kowloon Government Offices

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Secretary for Financial Services and the Treasury

Project Estimate ($M) 4,742.500 4,742.500

Project Start Date 2nd half of 2015 07/15

Project Completion Date early 2019

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were about 8% completed. design were in progress.

Foundation construction and

early 2019

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Secretary for Food and Health

Project No. 3016NB

Project Title Reprovisioning of Cape Collinson Crematorium

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 696.300 696.300

Project Start Date 07/10 06/10

Project Completion Date 12/14 03/16

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were substantially completed in March 2016. Project completion date was revised to reflect the deferment of Phase 2 works commencement as a longer time was required for the testing and commissioning of Phase 1 cremators to cater for EPD requirements and Environment Permit conditions.

3019NB

Provision of Columbarium and Garden of Remembrance at Tsang Tsui, Tuen Mun

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

2,874.300 2,874.300

Q1/16 Q2/16

mid 2019 mid 2019

3182GK

Reprovisioning of Food and Environmental Hygiene Department Sai Yee Street Environmental Hygiene offices-cum-vehicle depot at Yen Ming Road, West Kowloon Reclamation Area

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,549.900 1,549.900

early 2016 12/15

Q3/20 Q3/20

Secretary for Food and Health

Tender assessment of main contract was in progress.

Contract commenced on 9 December 2015. About 6% of the works were completed. Piling works were in progress.

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Secretary for Home Affairs

Project No. 3049RG

Project Title Public library and indoor recreation centre in Area 3, Yuen Long

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 704.100 704.100

Project Start Date 07/10 07/10

Project Completion Date 06/13 06/16

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were about 65% completed. was in progress.

Superstructure construction

Project completion date was revised to June 2016 because of the delay in foundation works due to unforeseen difficulty in underground condition with marble cavities underneath and inclement weather.

3055RG

Sports centre, community hall and district library in Area 14B, Sha Tin

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,084.000 1,084.000

12/12 12/12

02/16 03/16

Works were substantially completed in March 2016.

3056RG

Government Complex in Area 14 (Siu Lun), Tuen Mun

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,250.700 1,250.700

05/15 08/15

11/18 02/19

Works were about 6% completed. progress.

3060RE

Construction of the East Kowloon Cultural Centre

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

4,175.700 4,175.700

Q1/16 01/16

Q3/20 Q3/20

Contract commenced on 14 January 2016. works were in progress.

3066RE

Expansion and Renovation of the Hong Kong Museum of Art

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

934.400 934.400

Q1/16 12/15

Q1/19 Q1/19

Contract commenced on 28 December 2015. Erection of hoarding, removal of internal fixtures and condition survey were in progress.

3269RS

Sports Centre in Area 4, Tsing Yi

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

774.800 774.800

11/13 11/13

01/17 01/17

Works were about 64% completed. finishing works were in progress.

Secretary for Home Affairs

Piling works were in

Site preparation

Building services and

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3273RS

Sports Centre in Area 24D, Sha Tin

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 639.700 639.700

7790CL

Infrastructure Works for West Kowloon Cultural District, phase 1

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

7791CL

Integrated Basement for West Kowloon Cultural District

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project No.

Project Title

Secretary for Home Affairs

05/15 12/15

Project Completion Date 06/18 01/19

840.500 840.500

Q4/15 07/15

Q4/18 Q4/18

Works commenced in July 2015 and were about 8% completed.

2,919.500 2,919.500

Q4/15 09/15

Q1/19 Q1/19

Works commenced in September 2015 and were about 9% completed.

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were about 2% completed. works were in progress.

Piling and site formation

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Judiciary Administrator

Project No. 3031LJ

Project Title West Kowloon Law Courts Building

Judiciary Administration

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 2,723.100 2,723.100

Project Start Date 04/12 04/12

Project Completion Date 12/15 03/16

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were substantially completed in March 2016.

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Secretary for Security

Project No. 3012GB

Project Title Construction of a secondary boundary fence and new sections of primary boundary fence and boundary patrol road—phase 2

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 285.000 285.000

Project Start Date Q1/12 02/12

Project Completion Date Q3/15 Q4/16

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works for Section 3B, which were entrusted to DSD, were substantially completed in February 2015. The site was handed over to HKPF. Works for Section 3A & 3C by ArchSD were substantially completed in March 2015. The site was handed over to HKPF. Completion date was revised as the programme of the demolition works for existing police posts/warning signs was revised to suit the opening of 3rd Frontier Closed Area on 4 January 2016. The demolition works would commence in April 2016 for completion in late 2016.

3065JA

Construction of Rank and File Quarters for Customs and Excise Department at Yau Yue Wan Village

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

604.800 604.800

06/15 06/15

01/18 01/18

Works were about 22% completed. progress.

3066JA

Construction of staff quarters for Immigration Department at Heng Lam Street, Kowloon

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

391.000 391.000

late 2015 01/16

Q2/18 Q2/18

Contract commenced on 13 January 2016. works were in progress.

3069JA

Redevelopment of Kwun Tong staff quarters at Tseung Kwan O Road, Kowloon

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,511.300 1,511.300

Q3/15 08/15

mid 2019 mid 2019

Secretary for Security

Piling works were in

Site preparation

Works were about 9% completed. Demolition of existing high block and footing excavation at low block area were in progress.

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Project No. 3076LC

Project Title Redevelopment of Tai Lam Centre for Women

Secretary for Security

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 946.600 946.600

Project Start Date 08/12 08/12

Project Completion Date 11/16 11/16

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Overall works were about 78% completed. Phase 1 works were handed over to CSD. Phase 2 works were in progress.

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Secretary for Transport and Housing

3277LP

Reprovisioning of Yau Ma Tei Police Station

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 982.900 982.900

B566CL

Development at Anderson Road

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

3,467.200 3,427.020

Project No.

Project Title

06/13 06/13

Project Completion Date Q1/16 01/16

01/08 01/08

12/14 08/16

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Works were substantially completed in January 2016.

As at end March 2016, the works were about 98% completed. All building platforms for public housing development were handed over to the Housing Department (HD) before late 2013 and waterworks were completed in September 2015. Slope works for road opening, earth retaining structures, two footbridges FB-B and FB-C, drainage/utility/road work and junction improvement works on public works are in the final stage of construction. On Sau Road and On Chui Street were opened to the public on 11 January 2016 to prepare for the application of Occupation Permit by HD and the first phase of population intake in Q2 of 2016. The project estimate had been updated to reflect the net effect of lower tender price, the latest price fluctuations, larger than expected quantity of rock excavation, the enhancement of footbridges in response to the request by DC members and the public, and other variations to cater for the actual site circumstances. The current estimate remains within the Approved Project Estimate. The latest forecast completion date was revised to August 2016 to cater for larger than expected quantity of rock excavation, inclement weather, the enhancement of the footbridge system and the highly constrained works areas for construction of footbridges FB-A and FB-D. The scheduled population intake of the proposed housing

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date development at Anderson Road had not been affected.

B197SC

Reprovisioning of Pak Tin Community Hall and special child care centre-cum-early education and training centre in Pak Tin Estate redevelopment site, and construction of footbridge link at Nam Cheong Street, Sham Shui Po

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

318.300 318.300

06/15 10/15

06/18 10/18

Works were about 8% completed. was in progress.

Foundation construction

B081TI

Public Transport Interchange and Associated Works at Kiu Cheong Road East, Ping Shan

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

602.200 602.200

late 2015 11/15

early 2018 03/18

Works commenced in November 2015. Layby construction work was underway. Hoarding erection for PTI was in progress.

5114AP

Providing sufficient water depth for Kwai Tsing Container Basin and its approach channel

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

488.200 488.200

10/13 08/13

02/16 04/16

The construction contract commenced on 30 August 2013. The dredging works at the Western Fairway were substantially completed in November 2014. The dredging works at the Kwai Tsing Container Basin and the Northern Fairway would be substantially completed in April 2016. The latest forecast completion date was revised due to the extension of time for inclement weather.

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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Project No. 6051TR

Project Title Shatin to Central Link ­ design and site investigation

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 2,407.500 2,407.500

Project Start Date 08/08 11/08

Project Completion Date 12/10 12/16 (Subject to review)

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Planning and design were about 97% completed. work continued.

The design

It took longer-than-expected time to finalise the entrustment agreement, resulting in deferral of the works start date. For the completion dates, having started the design works and extensive local consultation work in end 2008, the design programme has been under regular review taking into account the suggestions and requests raised by stakeholders and the interface with other infrastructure projects. As some of the design works was still under public consultation, the design works would be completed in phases. The entire completion date is subject to review.

6052TR

Hong Kong Section of Guangzhou- Shenzhen -Hong Kong Express Rail Link - Design and Site Investigation

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

2,782.600 2,782.600

06/08 07/08

09/10 Q3/18

Planning and design were substantially completed. Consultants funded under this project vote are also required to prepare and submit all the as-built drawings. As the construction works are now target for completion in Q3/2018, the end date is revised accordingly.

6053TR

Hong Kong Section of Guangzhou - Shenzhen ­ Hong Kong Express Rail Link - construction of railway works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

70,405.000 70,405.000

12/09 01/10

12/15 Q3/18

On 11 March 2016, the F.C. approved the increase in Approved Project Estimate (APE) of railway works by $15,387.5 million to $70,405 million, and non-railway works by $4,215 million to $16,015 million in MOD prices. As at end March 2016, works were about 72% completed based on the revised APE. Civil, electrical and mechanical works at West Kowloon Terminus, tunnels, ventilation buildings, Shek Kong Stabling Sidings and Emergency Rescue Siding were in progress.

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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Project No.

Project Title

Project Estimate ($M) 927.000 927.000 (Subject to review)

Project Start Date 05/11 05/11

Project Completion Date 07/15 07/16 (Subject to review)

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date

6056TR

South Island Line (East) – essential public infrastructure works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Works were about 87% completed and were delayed due to substantial uncharted utilities encountered which were in conflict with the permanent works and the electrical power connection works were more complicated than expected. Works were in progress, including widening of Heung Yip Road and associated improvement works, construction of public transport facilities underneath Wong Chuk Hang Station, road improvement works at Tong Bin Lane and pedestrian link between Nam Long Shan Road and Kwun Hoi Path.

6057TR

Hong Kong section of Guangzhou - Shenzhen ­ Hong Kong Express Rail Link - construction of non-railway works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

16,015.000 16,015.000

12/09 01/10

12/15 Q3/18

On 11 March 2016, the F.C. approved the increase in Approved Project Estimate (APE) of railway works by $15,387.5 million to $70,405 million, and non-railway works by $4,215 million to $16,015 million in MOD prices. As at end March 2016, works were about 61% completed based on the revised APE. Construction of enabling works, essential public works and reprovisioning, remedial and improvement works were in progress.

6060TR

Kwun Tong Line Extension – essential public infrastructure works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

826.900 698.950

06/11 06/11

04/15 Q3 or Q4/16

Works were about 80% completed. The section of footbridges and covered walkway linking Sheung Lok Road and Oi Man Estate was open to public in December 2015. Remaining essential public infrastructure works were in progress including road reinstatement, building services, electrical and mechanical works and finishing works at subways, public transport facilities at Chung Hau Street and footbridge crossing Chatham Road North. The delay in the construction of Ho Man Tin Station has

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date affected the progress of part of the Essential Public Infrastructure Works connecting to Ho Man Tin Station, including the two pedestrian subways for crossing Fat Kwong Street and Chung Hau Street, part of the footbridge crossing Chatham Road North, as well as the public transport facilities at Chung Hau Street in the vicinity of Ho Man Tin Station. Moreover, programme of the excavation of the above subways was affected by the unforeseen ground condition.

6061TR

Shatin to Central Link – construction of railway works – remaining works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

65,433.300 65,433.300 (Subject to review)

mid 2012 08/12

12/20 2021

Works were about 44% completed. It was estimated that the Tai Wai to Hung Hom Section of the Shatin to Central Link may have a delay of at least 11 months arising from the archaeological and conservation works at To Kwa Wan Station. The current target is to commissioning the Tai Wai to Hung Hom Section in 2019 as far as possible. For the Hung Hom to Admiralty Section, the commissioning date will be deferred to 2021 to allow flexibility for the topside development of the convention centre at Exhibition Station, and to cater for the impact of site handover arrangement of the Wan Chai Development Phase II project. All major civil works for Hin Keng Station had been completed. Building services and architectural builders works and finishes for Hin Keng Station were in progress. Excavation of Lion Rock Tunnel by drill and blast method had been completed. Excavation works at Diamond Hill site were completed and the station structure construction was underway. The Diamond Hill to Kai Tak Tunnels were substantially

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date completed. Construction of down track TBM tunnel between Diamond Hill and Ma Chai Hangcontinued. The structural works for To Kwa Wan Station and TBM excavation from To Kwa Wan towards Ho Man Tin were in progress. The concourse slab and upper track slab of Ma Tau Wai Station were completed. Further excavation down to the lower track slab commenced. At Hung Hom, temporary traffic management scheme at Chatham Road North was being implemented for excavation and tunneling works. Underpinning works, excavation and tunnel construction under the podium at Hung Hom Station and modification works at Hung Hom Station were in progress. Construction of immersed tube tunnel for the cross harbour tunnels was underway. For Exhibition Station, piling works and construction of diaphragm walls were in progress. The tunnel boring machine was launched on 29 March 2016 for the construction of the up-track tunnel from Police Officers’ Club to Exhibition Station.

6062TR

Shatin to Central Link – construction of non-railway works – remaining works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

5,983.100 5,983.100 (Subject to review)

mid 2012 07/12

12/20 2021

Works were about 60% completed. Due to various construction difficulties encountered for the railway works under 6061TR, the construction progress was lagging behind the target programme. For Tsz Wan Shan Pedestrian Links, temporary traffic management schemes were being implemented for the

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date construction of lift towers and footbridges. The lift at Tsz Lok Estate was opened for public use on 29 October 2015. The footbridge across Yuk Wah Street near Tsz Wan Shan Road was opened on 27 November 2015. The covered walkway at southern footpath of Fung Tak Road and lifts at Tsz Hong Estate and Tsz Man Estate were opened for public use on 11 January 2016 and 25 January 2016 respectively. The covered walkway at Po Kong Village Road was opened for public use in February 2016. Re-provisioning of Harbour Road Sports Centre was underway.

6063TR

Shatin to Central Link – construction of railway works – advance works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

6,254.900 6,254.900 (Subject to review)

12/11 12/11

12/15 12/16

Works were about 84% completed. In the process of excavation at Admiralty Station, it is found that the quality of the rock is harder than that estimated in the investigation reports and makes excavation more difficult. In order to further reduce the risk of affecting the operation of the Island Line by the underpinning works, more reinforcing works and temporary supporting works have to be carried out as compared to the original plan. MTRCL anticipates that there would be a delay of 12 months. The structure of Ho Man Tin Station was completed. Building services, electrical and mechanical works and architectural builders works and finishes at Ho Man Tin Station were in progress. At Admiralty Station, construction of station box across all floors continued. Underpinning works at the Island Line area were completed. At Tsuen Wan Line underpinning area, excavation to the lower portion of SCL level continued. The slab breakthrough works at the upper and lower platform

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date levels of the existing Admiralty Station were substantially completed. The wall breakthrough at the both upper and lower platforms of the Island Line, and the lower platform of At Hong Kong Park the Tsuen Wan Line continued. Ventilation Building, construction of ventilation building and Architectural builders internal structure was completed. works and finishes were in progress.

6064TR

Shatin to Central Link – construction of non-railway works – advance works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,448.200 1,448.200

12/11 12/11

12/15 12/16 (Subject to review)

Works were about 64% completed. Some of the reprovisioning works have to be carried out upon completion of railway works at Admiralty Station under 6063TR. The late completion of railway works would have a delay of 12 months for non-railway works. The new Mail Centre had been completed and handed over to Hongkong Post for operation in July 2013. At the landscaped deck level of Harcourt Garden, the construction of slab for source B power cable route was completed. For the reprovisioning works of LCSD facilities at Hong Kong Park, excavation and lateral support works for reprovision of LCSD building were in progress.

6076TI

Bus-Bus Interchanges on Tuen Mun Road

Secretary for Transport and Housing

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

205.300 205.300

04/10 07/10

12/14 12/16

The Kowloon bound and Tuen Mun bound of Bus-Bus Interchange (BBI) were opened to the public on 26 December 2012 and 27 July 2013 respectively. For the construction of the permanent toilets, it took longer time than expected for FEHD to obtain approval for the Schedule of Accommodation and the land allocations of the toilets. The works for the Tuen

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Mun bound and Kowloon bound toilets by ArchSD commenced on 6 August 2015 and 11 April 2016 respectively. It was anticipated that the works for both toilets would be completed by late 2016.

6167TB

Provision of barrier-free access facilities at public footbridges, elevated walkways and subways—design works and phase 1 construction works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

292.100 292.100

08/11 08/11

12/15 01/16 (Construction)

Project No. 6167TB covers phase 1 construction works for 10 structures and design works for technically feasible structures which currently consist of 140 items.

2017 (Design)

Phase 1 construction works commenced in stages from December 2011 for progressive completion from 2014 to January 2016 with the lifts at the last structure NF109 substantially completed on 8 January 2016. The design works commenced in stages from August 2011 for progressive completion from 2013 to 2017. The design works were about 89.2% completed.

6579TH

1

Central-Wan Chai Bypass & Island Eastern Corridor Link

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

36,038.900 36,038.900

end 2009 07/09

2017 Under review 1

The increase in APE was approved by F.C. on 24 January 2014. Works were about 71% completed.

As mentioned in the press release issued by the Highways Department (HyD) on 15 September 2015, the large metal object that was previously found at the seabed of the Wan Chai Development Phase II (WDII) works site caused suspension of reclamation and associated works in the area. After the reclamation works resumed in early July 2015, the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) notified the HyD of the revised site handing over schedule after the recommencement of works. The CEDD estimated that the section concerned of the Central - Wan Chai Bypass and Island Eastern Corridor Link (CWB) tunnel could only be completed for handing over to the HyD's contractor for carrying out the aforementioned subsequent works by mid-2017. As such, the HyD anticipated that the related subsequent works could not be completed within the same year. In other words, the CWB could not be commissioned in 2017 as originally scheduled. The HyD is exploring with the CEDD the feasibility of catching up the works progress to assess whether the site handover date could be advanced. The HyD and the CEDD together with their consulting engineers and resident site staff will continue to closely monitor the works progress of the CWB project with an aim of commissioning the CWB as early as possible.

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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6703TH

Dualling of Hiram’s Highway between Clear Water Bay Road and Marina Cove and improvement to local access to Ho Chung

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 1,774.400 1,774.400

6720TH

Widening of Tolo Highway/Fanling Highway between Island House Interchange and Fanling—Stage 2

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

4,320.00 4,320.00

Project No.

Project Title

Q3/15 Q1/16

Project Completion Date Q3/20 2020

07/13 07/13

2018 2019

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date The project start date was updated to tally with the land resumption programme agreed with the Lands Department. The contract was awarded on 17 March 2016 and works commenced on 30 March 2016.

The project comprises two construction contracts. Works for Contract No. HY/2012/06 were about 28.7% completed. Construction of Kau Lung Hang Vehicular Bridge, footbridges, noise barriers as well as retaining walls were in progress. Works for the portion entrusted to CEDD for implementation under Contract No. CV/2012/09 were about 32.2% completed. Foundation works for re-provisioned Kiu Tau Footbridge, construction of noise barriers, road works and watermain laying/diversion were in progress. The revision in the project completion date is due to the longer than expected time required for land resumption and clearance.

6798TH

Improvement to Pok Oi Interchange

Secretary for Transport and Housing

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

264.800 264.800

Q3 2012 11/12

mid 2015 Q3/16

Works contract was about 88% completed. The Tuen Mun bound slip road along Yuen Long Highway was opened to the public on 7 February 2015. The segregated left turn lane at Pok Oi Roundabout was opened to the public on 27 February 2016. Construction of the flyover at Pok Oi Interchange and the Kowloon bound slip roads along Yuen Long Highway were in progress.

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6844TH

Hong Kong—Zhuhai— Macao Bridge Hong Kong Link Road

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Project Estimate ($M) 25,047.200 25,047.200

6845TH

Hong Kong—Zhuhai— Macao Bridge Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities—Reclamation and Superstructures

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

35,895.000 35,895.000

Project No.

2

Project Title

mid 2012 05/12

Project Completion Date end 2016 (See Note 2)

end 2011 11/11

end 2016 (See Note2)

Project Start Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date The works are being implemented under two design and build contracts and were about 70% completed. Works in progress include reclamation, seawalls and tunnels construction, production of precast bridge segments, construction of pile caps and piers for the viaducts. Deck segments erection for both marine viaduct and land viaduct was in progress.

The reclamation works contract no. HY/2010/02 commenced on 30 November 2011 and was about 86.1% completed. Seawall construction and reclamation filling were in progress. The part of works at the Airport Island entrusted to the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Link Road Project commenced in May 2012. The Traffic Control and Surveillance System works (Contract No. HY/2013/05) for Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities and Hong Kong Link Road, and Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link Southern Connection commenced on 17 January 2014. The works contracts for Passenger Clearance Building (Contract No. HY/2013/01), Infrastructure Works Stage I (Western Portion) (Contract No. HY/2013/02), Infrastructure Works Stage II (Southern Portion) (Contract No. HY/2013/04), Vehicle Clearance Plazas and Ancillary Buildings and Facilities (Contract No. HY/2013/03) and

As mentioned in information submitted to LegCo in December 2015, for the HZMB local projects in Hong Kong, the Hong Kong Boundary Crossing Facilities and the Hong Kong Link Road projects cannot be completed by end 2016. In view of the construction difficulties and challenges such as the unstable supply of materials, shortage of labour, restriction in airport height, constraints in environmental protection requirement and the slower than expected consolidated performance of reclamation works, etc., the Highways Department anticipated that the local projects can only be completed by end 2017.

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Project No.

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Title

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date Automatic Vehicle Clearance Support System (Contract No. HY/2013/06) commenced on 25 April 2014, 25 July 2014, 13 March 2015, 10 April 2015 and 14 August 2015 respectively. The last two major contracts, viz., Grantry Type X-ray Vehicle Inspection System contract (Contract No. HY/2014/04) and Remaining Ancillary Buildings and Facilities contract (Contract No. HY/2014/05) commenced on 31 December 2015.

6846TH

Tuen Mun—Chek Lap Kok Link—detailed design, site investigation and advance works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

1,909.600 1,909.600

6855TH

Road improvement works for West Kowloon Reclamation Development (Phase 1)

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

6857TH

Tuen Mun—Chek Lap Kok Link—construction works

Approved by F.C. Current forecast

Secretary for Transport and Housing

end 2011 11/11

early 2016 2016

The southern landfall reclamation is entrusted to the reclamation works Contract No. HY/2010/02, which commenced on 30 November 2011 and was about 91% completed. Seawall construction and reclamation filling were in progress. The ground investigation contract was completed with the account finalized on 20 August 2014.

845.800 845.800

01/15 03/15

mid 2018 mid 2018

Works were about 14% completed with utilities diversion, construction of retaining structures and junction improvement works at Canton Road in progress.

44,798.400 44,798.400

06/13 06/13

end 2018 end 2018

The first three contracts commenced on 22 June 2013, 5 August 2013 and 21 July 2014, and their works were about 38%, 30% and 39% completed respectively. Tender for the fourth contract for the Northern Connection Tunnel Building and E&M Works will be invited in April 2016. The remaining contract is planned to be invited in Q3 of 2016. At the Northern Connection, the first phase of reclamation works was completed, site formation and bridge works for the toll plaza,

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Project No.

Project Title

Project Estimate ($M)

Project Start Date

Project Completion Date

Notes on Progress of Project and variance in project estimate, start date and completion date and tunnel construction were in progress. At the Southern Connection, construction of marine and land viaducts was in progress.

Secretary for Transport and Housing

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Appendix A.

Projects which were completed in the quarter ending December 2015 and have been excluded from this report: Item

Title

1

3173BF

Redevelopment of Fire Services Training School

2

3349EP

A 30-classroom primary school at Site 1A-3, Kai Tak Development, Kowloon

3

3350EP

A 30-classroom primary school at Site 1A-4, Kai Tak Development, Kowloon

4

4376DS

Trunk sewerage at Lau Fau Shan

5

9186WC

Replacement and rehabilitation of water mains, stage 3

6

9189WC

Replacement and rehabilitation of water mains, stage 4 phase 2

7

9191WC

Replacement and rehabilitation of water mains, stage 4 phase 1

B.

Projects which were completed in the quarter ending March 2016 and will be excluded from the next report onwards: Item

Title

1

3016NB

Reprovisioning of Cape Collinson Crematorium

2

3031LJ

West Kowloon Law Courts Building

3

3055RG

Sports centre, community hall and district library in Area 14B, Sha Tin

4

3277LP

Reprovisioning of Yau Ma Tei Police Station

5

4341DS

6

4377DS

Harbour Area Treatment Scheme, stage 2A – upgrading of Stonecutters Island sewage treatment works and preliminary treatment works Upgrading of Central and East Kowloon sewerage—phase 2

C.

Abbreviations APE

approved project estimate

ATC

Area Traffic Control

CCTV

Closed circuit television

CEDD

Civil Engineering and Development Department

DC

District Council

DIA

Drainage Impact Assessment

DSD

Drainage Services Department

E&M

Electrical and Mechanical

EMSD

Electrical and Mechanical Services Department

EIA

Environmental Impact Assessment

FAT

Factory Acceptance Tests

F.C.

Finance Committee

FEHD

Food and Environmental Hygiene Department

FSTB

Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau

HD

Housing Department

HyD

Highways Department

LED

Light Emitting Diode

MTRCL

MTR Corporation Ltd.

PTI

Public Transport Interchange

PWSC

Public Works Subcommittee

STW

Sewage Treatment Works

TBM

Tunnel Boring Machine

TIA

Traffic Impact Assessment

UV

Ultra-violet

WSD

Water Supplies Department