Hong Kong West Kowloon Terminus

Hong Kong West Kowloon Terminus is a new rail station that connects Hong Kong to the National High-Speed Rail Network of China, strengthening the city’s strategic position as the southern gateway of China.

Located centrally in Hong Kong, within the city’s urban realm, and equipped with fifteen tracks, the train station is one of the largest underground terminus stations in the world. It has both regional shuttle trains and long-haul high-speed trains and features customs and immigration controls for departing and arriving passengers, as well as 294,000 square metres of topside commercial space arranged under a 45-metre walk-in roof above the station, which also serves as a viewing terrace.

In total, HeidelbergCement’s subsidiary Alliance Construction Materials Limited supplied 761,489 m3 of concrete for the project.


 

Project Data

  • MTR

    Owner

  • Joint Venture lead by Aedas-AECOM

    Architect

  • 2015

    Completion

Location

Hong Kong West Kowloon Terminus
Hong Kong (China)

View(active tab) Edit Translate Hong Kong West Kowloon Terminus, China . HeidelbergCement’s subsidiary Alliance Construction Materials Limited supplied 761,489 m3 of concrete for the project.

High Speed Rail Hong Kong West Kowloon Station, China. HeidelbergCement’s subsidiary Alliance Construction Materials Limited supplied 761,489 m3 of concrete for the project.

High Speed Rail Hong Kong West Kowloon Station, China. HeidelbergCement’s subsidiary Alliance Construction Materials Limited supplied 761,489 m3 of concrete for the project.

High Speed Rail Hong Kong West Kowloon Station, China. HeidelbergCement’s subsidiary Alliance Construction Materials Limited supplied 761,489 m3 of concrete for the project.