About ATAL

We Commit · We Perform · We Deliver

Established in 1977, ATAL Engineering Group (together with its subsidiaries) (“ATAL” or the “Group”) is a leading electrical and mechanical (“E&M”) engineering and technology service provider, with headquarters in Hong Kong and operations in Macau, Mainland China, the United States and the United Kingdom. Serving a wide spectrum of customers from public and private sectors, the Group provides multi-disciplinary and comprehensive E&M engineering and technology services in four major segments, including Building Services, Environmental Engineering, Information, Communications and Building Technologies (“ICBT”) and Lifts & Escalators. Our parent company, Analogue Holdings Limited, was incorporated in 1995 and listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange of Hong Kong in 2019 (Stock Code: 1977).

Some of our projects: E&M engineering services for Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao bridge. Hong Kong’s first organic resources recovery centre. One of the world’s largest chemically enhanced primary waste water treatment plants at Stonecutters Island, delivering processed and treated water for Hong Kong. An innovative border crossing biometric identification system that is part of what makes Hong Kong International Airport one of the world’s best airports. Intelligent buildings for Hong Kong Science Park, where new ideas and innovation need the best in building systems. The renovation of Hong Kong’s Central to Mid-Levels Escalator and Walkway System, a transformational project that created vibrant new communities along its route up a steep hillside. Data centres for large-scale companies, and lifts and escalators for global customers.

ATAL has evolved from a trading business in electrical and mechanical products and equipment to a service provider offering a wide range of design, engineering, supply, build, operating, and maintenance services for public and private-sector clients. We are specialists in all the functions that make the built infrastructure of cities work – the systems, infrastructure, and digital technology that make buildings and cities better places to live and work. Our principal business encompasses building services, including specialised building services for data centres and healthcare and infrastructure, environmental engineering, information, communications and building technologies (ICBT), and lifts and escalators. In each of these businesses, our engineering and technical teams share ideas and best practices to deliver optimal solutions to the complex problems presented by the mega-structures of contemporary urban development.

We provide expertise holistically across our service lines, providing solutions that are tailored to the needs of customers ranging from Hong Kong government and its rail system to its stock exchange and developers, hospitals, universities, and major environmental management facilities. Across the border in the mainland and the Macau Special Administrative Region, we provide advanced waste water treatment solutions and are building major retail, hotel, and residential complexes, as well as a state-of-the-art horse training complex near Guangzhou. As Hong Kong has grown, we have grown along with it, extending our reach into Mainland China, one of the world’s fastest growing economies over the past two decades, which has seen explosive growth of its cities and infrastructure needs. Our competitive edge lies in our ability to work together across disciplines and sectors, deliver innovative solutions, and an earned reputation for adherence to the highest quality, safety, and environmental standards. Sustainability lies at the heart of what we do, in developing the systems and services that provide clean water, conserve energy, and make use of cutting edge technology in infrastructure systems and services.


  • Total revenue amounted to HK$6,132.9 million in FY2023
  • Profit attributable to owners of the Company increased to HK$251.5 million in FY2023, a year-on-year growth of 119.5%
  • Contracts-in-hand remained at a high level of HK$11,459.6 million in FY2023