Major HK stainless steel rebar contract signed by

One of the worlds leading supplier of stainless steel reinforcement, Arminox, has signed a contract to supply stainless steel reinforcement for the Hong Kong- Zhuhai- Macau causeway project, which is one of the largest bridge projects in the world.

This prestigeuos project has a life time requirement of 120 years without maintenance, and therefor stainless steel reinforcement has been specified in the critical areas of the structure, mainly in splash zones. the first phase requires 4,000 tonnes of stainless steel reinforcement. the total requirement is estimated to be 15,000 tonnes the first stage of the causeway, which is being built by the Hong Kong highway authority, runs from the Lantau Island towards Macau. The main contractor for this first phase is Dragages-China Harbor-VSL joint venture. The consultants are UK’s Ove Arup. 

Currently, only ferries have been available for transport between Hong Kong and Macau. The causeway, when finished, will connect Macau with Hong Kong, as well as, with Zhuhai in Mainland China.

Arminox Middle East have been chosen due to their vast experience within the field of supplying stainless steel reinforcement, combined with competitive pricing.

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