Shek Pik Reservoir is located within current Lantau South Country Park. Built between 1957 and 1963 as a way to solve the water problem due to rapid rise in population.
The reservoir intercepts and gathers the gully water flowing from the neighbouring mountain ridges on its three sides. It has a storage capacity of 24 million cubic metres and is the third largest reservoir in Hong Kong after High Island Reservoir and Plover Cove Reservoir.
Construction of continuous piles and carry out of injection grouting for construction of Shek Pik Dam.
– Continuous piles: (a) diameter 0.55m, (b) bored length 11,429m
– Injection grouting: (a) grout hole drilled length 39,409m, (b) cement grouted 10,900 tons