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For Bouygues Travaux Publics and Dragages Hong Kong safety is our top priority. Dragages Hong Kong has received 10 awards in the 23rd "Construction Safety Award" jointly organised by the Occupational Safety and Health Council and the Labour Department, in recognition of the continuous efforts in enhancing and promoting site safety culture and standards at the project of Trunk Road T2 and Cha Kwo Ling Tunnel. 

The awards include:
•    Gold Award - Best Safety Enhancement Program for Lifting Operation
•    Gold Award - Best Safety Enhancement Program for Confined Space
•    Gold Award - Best Safety Culture Site
•    Gold Award - Best Safety Culture Activity Team
•    Silver Award - Best Safety Culture Project Manager - Martin HO
•    Silver Award - Best Safety Culture Sub-contractor – BYME
•    Silver Award - Best Presentation Award
•    Bronze Award - Outstanding Lifting Operation Team in OSH
•    Certificate of Attainment - Best Safety Enhancement Program for Working at Height
•    Certificate of Attainment - Best Method Statement

Congratulations to all the teams involved for their daily commitment and their hard work. 
Together, we continue to maintain the highest standards of safety on sites.

Did you know?
Trunk Road T2 is a major underwater link which constitutes the middle section of the Route 6. This contract includes the design-build and equipping for a 3.4-km-long dual two-lane trunk road that connects the former Kai Tak airport to Cha Kwo Ling. It also covers the construction of two ventilation shafts, electrical and mechanical engineering work as well as roadworks. The project is expected to be commissioned in 2026.
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