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CGGC Wins Bid for Sarawak Coastal Road Package D1 Project in Malaysia
Date:2019-11-23 VisitCount: Font size:[ L M S ]

On November 20, CGGC received an official notification from Sarawak Jabatan Kerja Raya (JKR), Malaysia stating that CGGC wins the bid for the Sarawak Coastal Road Package D1(Rambungan Bridge). It is an important achievement of CGGC in promoting professional enterprise transformation and advancing the "going global" strategy for road and bridge business.

Project Location

Located at the southernmost section of Sarawak Coastal Road in Malaysia, 44 kilometers away from Kuching, capital of the state, the project is mainly to build a cable-stayed bridge, approach spans on both sides and link roads, with the total length of 1,375 meters, of which the main bridge of the cable-stayed bridge is 560 meters long. The standard of two-way two-lane roads will be executed, and the construction period is 36 months.

In order to improve the transportation infrastructure development in the region, facilitate the movement of people and goods, and promote economic development, the government of Sarawak plans to build three main roads, respectively the Coastal Road, Second Trunk Road and Pan Borneo Highway from north to south, with the total budget of more than RMB 10 billion yuan. CGGC stood out from a large number of local and international contractors by virtue of its excellent capability in engineering project construction and competitive quotation in the open bidding and won the bid for the D1 bid section of the coastal road successfully. The successful implementation of the project will effectively improve local road transportation conditions, provide great convenience for local people's travel, and deepen the practical cooperation between China and Malaysia under the "Belt and Road" Initiative.

Malaysia and China have established a comprehensive strategic partnership, and enjoyed broad prospects for cooperation in the field of infrastructure construction through the "Belt and Road" Initiative and international capacity cooperation. The winning of the bid brings CGGC another major project in Malaysia after the Sabah Tadau 50MV PV Project and Sarawak Baleh Hydropower Main Civil Works Project. CGGC will take this opportunity to keep participating in the construction of roads, bridges, airports, railways and ports in Malaysia, and make contributions to improving regional connectivity while developing the Malaysian market.

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