Strengthening Connections

by Naeem Hussain, bridge design leader for the Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macao Bridge (HZMB) main bridge. He is Arup’s global bridge design leader and an Arup fellow and a director in the Hong Kong office.,
Steve Kite, Arup’s East Asia region highways business leader and an associate director in the Hong Kong office.,
Samnuel Pegg, project manager for the Tuen Mun–Chek Lap Kok Link (TMCLKL) southern viaduct section and the deputy project manager for the Hong Kong Link Road and is an associate director in Arup’s Hong Kong office.,
James Sze, project director for the TMCLKL southern viaduct section and is a director in Arup’s Hong Kong office.,
Peter Shyte, led the infrastructure team on the detailed design for the artificial island for the Hong Kong boundary crossing facility (BCF). He is a director in Arup’s Hong Kong office.,
Fergal Wong, project manager for the twin-bore tunnel section of the TMCLKL and is a director in Arup’s Hong Kong office.,
Philip Yeung, project director for the HZMB main bridge and the Hong Kong BCF and the project manager for the Hong Kong Link Road. He is a director in Arup’s Hong Kong office and a member of the Arup Group Board.

Serial Information: Civil Engineering—ASCE, 2020, Vol. 90, Issue 3, Pg. 60-71


Document Type: Feature article

Abstract: China’s Hong Kong–Zhuhai–Macao Bridge is the world’s longest sea crossing. It promotes connectivity in a fast-growing region, significantly cutting journey times in what is known as the Greater Bay Area.

Subject Headings: Structural strength | Bridges | Seas and oceans | Bays

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