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April 7, 2019

Vam Cong Bridge Hau River between Can Tho and Dong Thap, Mekong Delta, Vietnam

– Commodity: Steel Pipe Pile use as Casing pipe

– Location: Permanent casings for main piers

– Specification: JIS A5525, SKK490

– Dimensions:

  • Ø2640mm x t20mm x L37.0m
  • Ø2640mm x t20mm x L35.0m
  • Ø2640mm x t20mm x L33.0m
  • Ø2640mm x t20mm x L16.0m
  • Ø2640mm x t20mm x L4.5m

Vam Cong bridge (including main span bridge and leading bridge) is the second bridge after Can Tho bridge, across Hau river and located at Lap Vo Dist., Dong Thap province connected with Thot Not Dist., Can Tho. It is far away Vam Cong ferry station about 2.5km downstream and Can Tho about 48km from upstream. Vam Cong bridge is capitalized 271 million USD in total asset (equivalent as 5,687 billion VND) from ODA concessional loan of Korean government and counterpart fund of Vietnam Government.

This is a importance package under the Central Mekong Delta Region Connectivity Project (including 5 component package with total 78km, contents Cao Lanh bridge, connecting route Cao Lanh-Vam Cong, Vam Cong bridge, Long Xuyen city bypass route and My An-Cao Lanh route), representative owner by Cuu Long Corporation for Investment, Development and Project Management of infrastructure (Cửu Long CIPM) and Joint venture of GS Engineering & Construction with Hanshin Engineering & Construction Co., Ltd (Korean) is the Main Contractor. The project is planned to finish on year 2017.

Total length of bridge is 2.9km (insist of main span cross river is cable-stayed bridge with length of 870m and leading bridge is made from PC girder beam at 2 side of Dong Thap and Can Tho, 2km). Total length of route is 5.75km.

Cross-section of bridge (main and leading bridge) is 24.5m, and designed with 4 lanes of vehicles and 2 lanes of rudimentary vehicles, safety barriers; designed speed is 80km/h.