MoT – Hanoi Ring Road V Development – Vietnam - Project Profile
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The Vietnam Ministry of Transport (MoT) is undertaking the Ring Road V project around Hanoi city, Vietnam.
The project involves the construction of a 331.5km ring road from four to six lanes connecting Hanoi with other provinces of Bac Ninh, Bac Giang, Hung Yen and Vinh Phuc.
The project will be implemented as four sections including Shanxi-Phu Ly section; Phu Ly-Bac Giang section; Bac Giang-Thai Nguyen section and Taiyuan-Shanxi section.
The project will include the construction of service roads, storm water drainage systems, dividers between the lanes, pedestrian ways, toll stations, lining of street lines, supporting walls, carriageways and the installation of solar-powered lights.
The project also includes the construction of a four-lane 5.4km long Vinh Thinh Bridge on National Highway No 2C, in ring road No 5. The project was implemented on BOT basis.
The Korean partnership of Yooshin Engineering and Sambo Engineering Co Ltd has been appointed as the PMC contractor for the Vinh Thinh Bridge project. Mechanical Construction Company No.1 (MCC1) and Cienco 1 have been appointed as sub-contractors for the Vinh Thinh Bridge.
The funding for the project will be secured from various sources including state budget, government guaranteed bonds, ODA, local budget, and private capital.
In October 2011, the GS Engineering & Construction Corp was appointed as the EPC contractor for the Vinh Thinh Bridge project. In December 2011, the construction works on the bridge commenced.
In December 2011, the Transportation Designing and Consulting Corp completed the primary reports and submitted the detailed plan to the Ministry of Transportation for project approval.
On June 6, 2014, the construction works on the Vinh Thinh Bridge completed.
In June 2016, MoT submitted a detailed planning application of ring road to the Prime Minister of Vietnam.
In November 2016, MoT secured approvals from the government to build Ring Road in Hanoi city.
In May 2017, MoT suggested to have a technical plan to ensure the safety of ring road.
Planning activities are underway.
Planning Authority: Ministry of Transport, Vietnam (MoT)
Lead Consultant: Transportation Designing and Consulting Corp
PMC Contract (Bridge): Sambo Engineering Co Ltd, Yooshin Engineering
EPC Contract (Bridge): GS Engineering & Construction Corp
Sub-Contract (Bridge): Mechanical Construction Company No.1 (MCC1), Cienco 1
The project involves the construction of 331.5km ring road from four to six lanes connecting Hanoi with other provinces of Bac Ninh, Bac Giang, Hung Yen and Vinh Phuc in Vietnam.
The US$4,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a four-lane 5.4km long bridge
2. Construction of service roads
3. Construction of water drainage systems
4. Construction of pathways
5. Construction of toll stations
6. Construction of pedestrian ways
7. Construction of supporting walls
8. Construction of carriageways
9. Construction of other infrastructural facilities
10. Laying of street lines
11. Installation of solar-powered lights
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