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A Lu bridge is basically completed

(BGO) – After over one year of construction, A Lu bridge and the path in the West of Bac Giang city (Bac Giang province) have been completed.

The Project was one of the components of project to develop urban areas along the corridor of the Greater Mekong Sub-region (GMS), the second phase - component project in Bac Giang province. It was invested by Bac Giang municipal People’s Committee and executed in Tran Phu and My Do wards.

A Lu bridge, basically completed, Bac Giang province, one year of construction, develop urban areas, Greater Mekong Sub-region, reinforced and prestressed concrete, Asian Development Bank,  total construction cost

A Lu bridge is completed.

A Lu bridge is designed to span over Thuong river with total length of 426m. It is constructed by reinforced and prestressed concrete with major bridge width of 19.5m, path of over 53m, road bed of 36 m.

The Project was constructed by consortium of Thang Long Mechanical Construction Corporation Joint Stock Company and HJC Construction Investment Corporation Joint Stock Company. Total value of bridge construction and erection hits nearly 300 billion VND (13 million USD) mobilized from loans of the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and Bac Giang municipal budget.

The path of A Lu bridge was invested by Bac Giang municipal People’s Committee with total construction cost of over 260 billion VND from the city budget. It consisted of two items: the path to Tran Phu street and the path to My Do ward.

A Lu bridge, basically completed, Bac Giang province, one year of construction, develop urban areas, Greater Mekong Sub-region, reinforced and prestressed concrete, Asian Development Bank,  total construction cost

The contractor is constructed the path to My Do ward.

Currently, the contractor has basically completed the path to Tran Phu street and accelerated the construction of the path to My Do ward as set schedule.

Vice Director of the Management Board of Construction Investment Project in Bac Giang city (Management Board) Nong Bang Son said the path of A Lu bridge is scheduled to be completed in October 2023. So far, the Management Board has urged the construction contractor to promptly complete the remaining items, strive to complete the Project in this September in order to connect to A Lu bridge and ease the commuters.

 

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