Company meets with province as part of research into Cua Dai Bridge project.
The Quang Ngai Provincial People’s Committee met with Nippon Koei Vietnam and Project Management Board No. 7 on October 4 to discuss the Cua Dai Bridge project.
Acting Chief Representative of Nippon Koei Vietnam told the meeting that the company is eager to cooperate with the central province in building transport infrastructure, in particular Cua Dai Bridge.
The bridge is designed to the 22TCN 272-05 standard and is 3.7 km length with four lanes and estimated investment of VND3.4 trillion ($152.5 million).
The project is associated with the planning for coastal roads to maximize the use of marine resources, promote socio-economic development in poor coastal regions, and strengthen national defense and security.
A representative from Nippon Koei told VET that the company is interested in the project but is still in the research stage.
Chairman of the Provincial People’s Committee, Mr. Tran Ngoc Cang, expressed his appreciation of the interest being shown by Nippon Koei. The province is committed to creating the conditions necessary for the company to continue its research and develop the project shortly.
Nippon Koei began providing consultancy services in Vietnam in 1955 and has successfully implemented many projects in the country in various fields, such as energy, transport, urban development, agriculture and rural development, and water resources, which have contributed significantly to development.
Established in 2012 with support from the Japanese parent company in finance and experience, Nippon Koei Vietnam has won the trust of customers and successfully conducted projects in fields including transport, urban planning, energy, and environmental engineering.