Nurturing the Young –

Innovation for Sustainability

Events and Activities

Site Visit to HY/2009/03 - Design and Build of Traffic Improvements to Tuen Mun Road Town Centre Section

Date, time & venue 
2012-06-30;9:15 am. – 12:00noon;CRE office and Site of Tuen Mun Road – Town Centre Section (Please see attached map)



CRE office and Site of Tuen Mun Road – Town Centre Section (Please see attached map)




Tuen Mun Road has been opened to traffic since 1978 and was one of Hong Kong's first high speed roads. The Design and Build of Traffic Improvements to Tuen Mun Road – Town Centre Section Project aims to improve traffic condition by widen about 1.5km of carriageway. This is also the very first large scale public project in Hong Kong which involves the installation of ‘eco-noise barrier’. Associated works include the construction of a single lane vehicular bridge and reconstruction of existing footbridges and junction improvement works.


To enhance communication with the public and effectively address public concerns about the Tuen Mun Road project, a Community Liaison Centre (CLC) for the Reconstruction and Improvement of Tuen Mun Road has been set up and opened to public on 19 July 2010. At the CLC, the information related to TMR project is available with illustration by display boards, models and video slides.


In this visit, participants will have an opportunity to get a close up view on site for trial panel of the vertical green for the noise barriers/enclosures; mini and pre-bored H-pile construction for noise barriers/enclosures and footbridge, temporary footbridge, assembly of steel works for permanent footbridge and to have a thorough understanding of other Tuen Mun Road projects by visiting the Community Liaison Centre.




09:15 – 09:30  Gathering at CRE office

09:30 – 10:00  Presentation of the project by AECOM RSS + Q&A Session

10:00 – 10:30  Visit to the Community Liaison Centre of Tuen Mun Road project

10:30 – 11:45  Site tour of Town Centre Section (including trial panel for vertical and roof green, footbridge and noise barrier /enclosure foundation works, steel works assembly for footbridge  etc.)

11:45 – 12:00  Distribution of CPD certificates


Safety Equipment

Participants must bring along their own safety helmets, safety reflective vest, safety shoes and a valid Green Card (or HKIE Corporate Membership Card) if available.


Registration and Enquiry

The event is free of charge. The number of participants open for HKIE Civil Division member is limited to 30 on a first-come first-served basis.


As of 3:30pm of 26 June 2012, the number of registrants exceeds the capacity. Online registration was closed.


Successful applicants will be informed on or before 27 June 2012. For enquiry, please contact Ir. Ian Chung / Ms. Farah Mok at Tel: 3922 8229 or Email:



If any successfully enrolled participant does not turn up on the date of site visit without good reasons, his/her right to enroll HKIE Civil Division site visits will be suspended for 3 months after the date of the captioned site visit.

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