The Terminal 2 expansion project involves the demolition of the existing terminal and construction of the new Terminal 2 whilst maintaining as much of the existing foundations as possible. RBG has been involved with developing and engineering of the demolition sequence for the existing roof, development of the Envisaged Construction Methodology and Erection Sequence (CMES) for the new roof structure and development of the detailed CMES and preliminary temporary works design associated with the Roof Mock-up.

Project Features

The Three-runway System project (3RS) is a development plan by the Airport Authority Hong Kong to expand the Hong Kong International Airport current two-runway system to cater for future air traffic growth and maintain Hong Kong’s competitiveness.
The 3RS project encompasses:

  • Reclamation of around 650 hectares of land north of the existing Chep Lap Kok island
  • Construction of third runway on the newly reclaimed land
  • Construction of new passenger building (Third Runway Concourse) with more than 283,000 sqm of floor area
  • Expansion of the current Terminal 2 building
  • Extension of the Automated People Mover system connecting Terminal 2 and the new passenger building
  • Construction of a new high-speed Baggage Handling System that links Terminal 2 and the new passenger building
  • Construction of comprehensive road network and transportation facilities.

Project Metrics

Year Completed:
Building Metrics:
280,000 m2

Project Metrics

Overall Client: Airport Authority Hong Kong
Aedas, Leslie Jones Architects and OTC Planning and Design
Robert Bird Group Services:
Demolition Works
Construction of New Roof Structure
Mock-up Construction of New Roof Structure