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SHEC wins bid to construct Bruneian cross-sea bridge

Source: hubei.gov.cn 03/31/2015 05:03:45

The Zemun-Borca Bridge built by SHEC in 2014 is the first European bridge constructed by Chinese enterprise. (picture provided by Yue Jie)

The Wuhan-based Second Harbor Engineering Company has won the bid to build a Bruneian cross-sea bridge, another overseas project since it constructed the Zemun-Borca Bridge in Serbia in Europe.

The Bruneian PMB cross-sea bridge to be built will be an important bridge to link the western and eastern part of the country. The contract amount of the project is 165 million Brunei dollars, and the construction will last for 3 years.

The Second Harbor Engineering Company, or SHEC, was started in 1950 as one of the four first-class port construction enterprises under the ministry of transport before becoming a 100% subsidiary of China Communications Construction Company (CCCC) in 2006, one of the Fortune 500. Through 60 years’ development, SHEC has evolved into a large construction enterprise with a diverse portfolio integrating design, construction, R&D and capital operation. Its core competence is infrastructure construction, mainly the construction of roads, bridges, ports, channels and municipal works. Its products are present not only in China’s 29 provinces and municipalities, but also in Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East and Europe.


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(hubei.gov.cn by Mao Huifang)