Jacob Kam, the MTR Corporation’s managing director, put the missing paperwork down to a rush to complete the project on time. Photo: Sam Tsang Jacob Kam, the MTR Corporation’s managing director, put the missing paperwork down to a rush to complete the project on time. Photo: Sam Tsang
Jacob Kam, the MTR Corporation’s managing director, put the missing paperwork down to a rush to complete the project on time. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong MTR

Engineers question MTR Corporation’s claim that missing paperwork was result of construction firm rushing to finish job

  • Associate professor Albert Yeung points to stringent processes that are supposed to govern building work
  • Civil engineer Simon So puzzled how project could have continued without signed approval

Topic |   Hong Kong MTR
Jacob Kam, the MTR Corporation’s managing director, put the missing paperwork down to a rush to complete the project on time. Photo: Sam Tsang Jacob Kam, the MTR Corporation’s managing director, put the missing paperwork down to a rush to complete the project on time. Photo: Sam Tsang
Jacob Kam, the MTR Corporation’s managing director, put the missing paperwork down to a rush to complete the project on time. Photo: Sam Tsang
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