CRBC signs contract for the Davao River Bridge project in the Philippines
- This project has become a controlling project on Davao Binhai Avenue, improving the north-south transportation situation in Davao City
- This signing marks the successful implementation of CRBC's second Chinese government assistance project in the Philippines and its third infrastructure project in Davao City
At present, China Road and Bridge Corporation has successfully signed a contract with the Chinese government to assist in the localization project of the Davao River Bridge (Buchana Bridge) in the Philippines. Under the witness of Yang Guoliang, Minister Counselor of the Economic and Commercial Department of the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines, Senior Vice Minister of Public Works of the Philippines, Sadayin, and the person in charge of the Philippine office of the company signed a contract on behalf of both parties.
The project is located in the Bukana area at the mouth of the Davo River in Davo City. The main content is a bridge project with a total length of 1.24 kilometers, including a double cable surface five span low tower cable-stayed bridge and two side approach bridges, spanning the east and west sides of the Davo River. It is a key project for the connection of the Davo Coastal Avenue. After the completion of the project, the entire Binhai Avenue will be connected, effectively alleviating the traffic congestion between the north and south of Davao City. Keywords: the Belt and Road news, the Belt and Road project, overseas project
This project is the second Chinese government funded project implemented by China Road and Bridge Corporation in the Philippines, and also the company's third infrastructure project in Davao City. The successful signing of the project further consolidated the company's position in the Philippine infrastructure market. (This article is from the official website of Jiandao: www.seetao.com. Reproduction is not allowed without permission, otherwise it will be punished. Please indicate the link between Jiandao and the original text when reprinting.) Jiandao Machinery Editor/Zhou Yingwen
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