The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 59 (1981) > Issues > Issue 7 > Discussion on The Design and Construction of Kwai Chung Incinerator , Hong Kong by R.C.T. Ho, D. M.
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Discussion on The Design and Construction of Kwai Chung Incinerator , Hong Kong by R.C.T. Ho, D. M. A. Hook and D.F. Marshall

Mr S. A. Webb-Johnson (Hong Kong Government Office): I do not think that I need to introduce Hong Kong to an audience such as this. British engineers are well aware of the opportunities that Hong Kong offers and will continue to offer. It has been described, quite rightly, as perhaps the most varied and busy construction site in the world. The impressive project that has been introduced to us tonight is one of very many that are being undertaken in the Colony. Recently, considerable publicity has surrounded the mass transit railway system, in which British contractors and suppliers achieved something like 25 % of the total value, completed on time and within budget. Another well-publicised project is the very large power station that will, before long, also be supplying power to China.