Viet Nam-Japan joint contractor builds cable-stayed bridge

Thursday, Jun 11, 2015 16:41

The image of Binh Khanh bridge. — Photo

HA NOI (Biz Hub) — A joint-venture contractor between Japan and Viet Nam has signed an agreement with the Vietnam Expressway Corporation (VEC) to build Binh Khanh cable-stayed bridge.

The bridge is part of the project to build Ben Luc-Long Thanh expressway, which runs through HCM City and southern Long An province.

The road includes a total of 20km of bridges, including the 3km-long Binh Khanh Bridge that crosses Soai Rap River and the 3.2km-long Phuoc Khanh Bridge over the Long Tau River.

The agreement to build Binh Khanh bridge was signed between the VEC and the joint-venture contractor between Shimizu Corporation of Japan and Vinaconex Engineering Construction & Investment Joint Stock Company (Vinaconex E&C) of Viet Nam on June 9.

The package, with a total length of 2.76km, includes construction of Binh Khanh bridge and a viaduct crossing Nha Be and Can Gio Districts in HCM City.

The total value of the contract package is around US$170 million and the project will be implemented in 47 months.— VNS

Comments (1)

Can it be possible to join this prestigious project in HCM City? Due to my vast exposure on two (2) Cable Stayed Bridge in Cebu City, Philippines and in Micronesia Palau, might be I can deliver much to complete the project on time and or ahead of time. Thank you for your time.

Ermelando D. Orongan, Jr. - Friday, 09/03/2018, 21:22 Reply | Like