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CIMIC wins five projects for electrical works for 69 million in Hong Kong

Date: October 2, 2023 Time: 08:09:18

The Leighton Asia company, which is part of the CIMIC group, an Australian subsidiary of ACS, has won the tender for five works projects related to electrical systems for the Hong Kong Housing Authority. These actions will generate income of approximately 116 million Australian dollars, equivalent to around 69 million euros for the company.

Specifically, over the past year and a half, Leighton Asia’s electrical and mechanical engineering division, known as Pekko Engineers, has been successful in winning these five projects. These projects include mechanical and electrical work for more than 9,700 residential homes. The Australian subsidiary of ACS announced today that Pekko Engineers has been the entity in charge of obtaining these projects.

On the other hand, Juan Santamaría, the executive president of the Cimic group, has highlighted the solid track record of Pekko Engineers in providing high-quality engineering services in Hong Kong. In addition, they assure from the high positions that they are “happy” with the result of winning five projects in a total of 18 months.

Five projects in eighteen months

In addition, the executive president of Cimic has added that “we are pleased to continue working with the Housing Authority to support the Government’s policy of alleviating the need for housing in the city,” added Santamaría. For his part, the managing director of Leighton Asia, Brad Davey, stressed that winning five projects in 18 months from the same client “is a great achievement.”

Puck Henry
Puck Henry
Puck Henry is an editor for ePrimefeed covering all types of news.

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