Pak Kok Pier was the first project completed under the Hong Kong Government’s pier improvement programme. It is a stop on the passenger ferry service between Aberdeen on Hong Kong Island and Yung Shue Wan on Lamma Island, used by both locals and tourists. It provides longer landing steps on each side, allowing ferries to berth side-on. The wave-reduction panels along the pier help to improve the stability of berthing vessels, improving passenger safety. Innovative engineering solutions, such as the precast concrete pier structures, were extensively used to minimise the impact of tides on work progress, enhance worker safety and ensure quality. Read more about how the project was completed on time and within budget.
Posted by Hawa S at 2024-01-10 09:00:02 UTC