The construction business of Asia Allied Infrastructure is mainly operated by Chun Wo Construction Holdings Company Limited, which is a core member of the AAI family. Chun Wo has had its roots in Hong Kong since 1968, mainly undertaking government and private sector construction projects at the beginning. In the ’70s and ’80s, Chun Wo proliferated together with Hong Kong. Apart from marine construction, waterworks, and site formation projects, Chun Wo expanded its business scope to cover also railway related construction and civil engineering projects. By the '90s, it became one of the few local contractors to hold ﬁve types of registration and qualiﬁcation to work on public projects. And, at the same time, it also took on building construction and civil engineering projects in mainland China, Macau and Taiwan. In 2017, Chun Wo contracted to the “Design and Construction of the Aqueduct“ in the Philippines.
Today Chun Wo stands as a unique and leading enterprise in the construction industry in Hong Kong. It prides itself on having the professional capabilities to take on mega-size integrated construction projects. The recent large-scale infrastructure projects in Hong Kong, which is involved or is involving in included the Central-Wanchai Bypass, Liantang/ Heung Yuen Wai Boundary infrastructure facilities, the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Passenger Clarence Building, the Guangzhou-Shenzhen-Hong Kong Express Rail Link (Hong Kong Section): Trackwork and Overhead Line System, and MTR Shatin to Central Link etc.