Dragages Hong Kong Limited has been in Hong Kong for more than 60 years since 1955 when it won its first contract in the territory to reconstruct and extend the runway at Kai Tak International Airport. Since then, Dragages has completed many major projects that marked the milestones of Hong Kong's development.

Dragages is recognised as a pioneer in the industry, spearheading new construction techniques across its building, civil, electrical installation and maintenance divisions. As a full-service provider, Dragages has taken the lead in design, build, finance, and operate. Examples include the world-class event and exhibition venue, AsiaWorld-Expo, which is the first public-private partnership (PPP) led by a contractor in Hong Kong.

Projects completed in 2015 include MTR Express Rail Link Contract No. 820, MTR Express Rail Link Contract No. 821, and Trade and Industry Tower.

On-going projects in 2017 include MTR Shatin to Central Link Contract No. 1128; Liantang / Heung Yuen Wai Boundary Control Point - Site Formation and Infrastructure Works - Contract 2; Morpheus; Tuen Mun-Chek Lap Kok Link - Northern Connection Sub-sea Tunnel Section; and Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge – Hong Kong Link Road.


Dragages is part of Bouygues Construction, a global player in the building & civil works, energy and services sectors, with operations in 80 countries. Employing some 50,100 people worldwide, Bouygues Construction generated sales of €11.8 billion in 2016.

Bouygues Construction in turn is part of the Bouygues Group, a diversified French industrial group listed on the Paris stock exchange. Businesses span from construction and property development to telecoms and media. With operations in almost 90 countries, it has some 118,000 employees worldwide.


Construction & Infrastructure

Date of Establishment


Number of Employees

3,000 local