Sha Tin Heights Tunnel, Hong Kong

Area: 22,910m² | Year of Completion: 2005

The Sha Tin Heights Tunnel project involved the construction of 0.9 km of the road tunnel and a toll plaza, along with connecting roads to Road T3 and slip roads to Che Kung Miu Road. The project had an estimated cost of HK$1.308 billion. It was undertaken by the Civil Engineering and Development Department (CEDD) in Hong Kong. Sha Tin Heights Tunnel is a road tunnel in the New Territories of Hong Kong. It was officially opened on 21 March 2008. Sha Tin Heights Tunnel is linked at the northern end to Che Kung Miu Road and Tai Po Road.

Porcelain enamel panels are the most widely used cladding panels for tunnel projects. TECO porcelain enamel products offer a high-performance, hyper-durable material that is extremely durable in mild and extreme environments. With the hardness of steel substrate and the chemical resistance of porcelain, TECO porcelain enamel panels used for exterior wall cladding are totally not corroded by the sun, rain, snow, dust, or industrial waste gas. They are the most optimal wall decorative material for covering building facades and transport infrastructure.

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