After closure, May bridge will contribute to increasing connection between localities in the province.
The provincial leaders attend the closure ceremony of May bridge across the Kinh Mon river
Mr. Nguyen Manh Hien, Member of the Party Central Committee, Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Council; Standing Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Pham Xuan Thang; Mr. Nguyen Duong Thai, Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the provincial People's Committee, Head of the provincial Delegation of National Assembly Deputies; and Deputy Secretary of the provincial Party Committee Trieu The Hung, on May 27 afternoon attended the closure ceremony of May bridge across the Kinh Mon river.
After closure, May bridge will contribute to increasing connection between localities in the province. This is a key work celebrating the 80th founding anniversary of the provincial Party (June 10, 1940 – 2020) and the 17th provincial Party Congress.
After nearly one year of continuous construction, contractors, namely a joint venture of No. 18.6 Investment and Construction JSC. (Licogi 18.6), Bach Dang 5 JSC., and Inland Waterway Management and Maintenance JSC. No. 7, completed the work on schedule. This is also a work with a record short construction speed ever in Hai Duong.
The delegates perform the closure ceremony of May bridge
According to the provincial Investment and Construction Project Management Board, after closure, the contractors will continue to waterproof and asphalt the bridge floor, build railings and expansion joints, and install a lighting system.
Frontage roads and drainage and traffic safety systems of the road to the bridge end on Kim Thanh side are being constructed. Meanwhile, on Kinh Mon side, loads are being discharged to build base courses and the road surface.
May bridge – provincial road 389 project was approved by the provincial People's Committee in Decision 1088/QD-UBND dated April 3, 2019 with a total investment of nearly VND332 billion from the provincial budget.
The bridge will be 685 m long and 12 m wide; reinforced concrete retaining walls at both bridge ends, 280 m long; and roads to the bridge ends, 594 m long following the 3rd-grade plain scale.