Gammon Construction is one of Hong Kong’s largest construction companies with operations in Hong Kong, Singapore and mainland China. With an annual turnover of over US$2 billion, we employ over 8,000 staff. Backed by two major international companies, Jardine Matheson and Balfour Beatty, we combine local expertise and global resources as we build Asia’s 21st century infrastructure.
Gammon provides one-stop-shop services to our clients, including design, management and construction services in building, civil engineering, foundations, electrical and mechanical, infrastructure maintenance and operation, and interiors refurbishments and fit out. To support the services, Gammon owns and maintains a comprehensive range of heavy construction plant and equipment, a concrete batching business and a steel fabrication business provided from the Gammon Technology Park in Hong Kong and Pristine Works factory in Dounguan, mainland China.
Sustainability reporting allows Gammon to demonstrate the commitment to continuous improvement within the industry, to benchmark ourselves and differentiate ourselves. Through reporting Gammon encourages wider transparency within the industry.
Gammon began sustainability reporting in 2003. Gammon's annual sustainability reports could be found on the Gammon website http://www.gammonconstruction.com/
Mr Tony Small is the Director of Health, Safety, Sustainability & Audit at Gammon Construction Limited. He joined Gammon as the Head of HSEQ in April 2010, and was appointed as a Director in October 2011. He has responsibility for developing policy and promoting safety and sustainability within the Gammon Group and with its customers across the Southeast Asia region. Mr Small trained originally as a Building Services Engineer and held a number of technical and management positions before moving over 15 years ago into the safety, quality and environmental fields. He has extensive experience in both the construction and rail sectors having held senior positions with Balfour Beatty operating in the UK and Europe on rail infrastructure projects.