CCCC's promotional video

After 125 years of persistent exploration, the forefathers of CCCC, adhering to the hard work and the courage of being the first, have passed on their spirit to the new generation. Standing at the new starting point of development, the new generation vigorously carries the responsibility of the new era, building roads and bridges, always keeping the high spirit of riding the wind and waves, setting the sail, and working together to build a world-renowned Chinese enterprise.

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    Enjoy the green ecological corridor of the Yongding River!

    After 5 years of comprehensive management and ecological restoration by CCCC, the Yongding River has taken on a completely new look. By the end of 2021, about 700 kilometers of waterways have been restored, and the forest coverage rate of the upstream areas has reached 28%. Witness the beauty of the Yongding River!

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    Immersive experience how to build the wind turbine (3)

    The Birth of the Wind Turbine sequel! As mentioned previously, our wind turbine is already standing firm in the rough sea. Now it’s ready to receive upper installations. How will the generator cabin and blades be installed? Click the video to discover more about the Iron Giant!

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    Yitunbulake-Ruoqiang Expressway opened to traffic

    On August 30, the Yitunbulake-Ruoqiang Expressway, invested and constructed by CCCC, was officially opened to traffic. The travel time from Yitunbulake to Ruoqiang is 3 hours shorter than the original travel through G315. As the third highway in and out of Xinjiang, the expressway is important for promoting economic development and improving people's livelihood in southern Xinjiang as well as to driving regional economic and social development.

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    Immersive experience how to build the wind turbine (2)

    In recent years, CCCC has undertaken a series of wind turbine projects, fully promoting the development of green and low-carbon industries. As mentioned before, the wind turbine is composed of the upper wind generator and the lower jacket foundation. The automated triangular hanging beam innovated by CCCC can hold the jacket foundation quickly and automatically. So next, how does such a "steel giant" stand firm in the rough sea? Click the video to find out.

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    Immersive experience how to build the wind turbine (1)

    Wind turbine generators gently turn in the sea wind, like rows of windmills. The wind turbine is composed of the upper wind generator and the lower jacket foundation. To make the wind turbine stand firmly in the deep sea, the jacket foundation is reshaped into a tri-suction-pile jacket foundation. Then how are huge wind turbines installed at sea? What kind of device plays an important role in the process? CCCC has independently developed the automated triangular hanging beam, which not only is much lighter than the conventional one but also can hold the jacket foundation quickly and automatically, creating the fastest time record of 10 hours for the construction of a single jacket foundation. Click the video to see how to build “marine windmills”!

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    The Peljesac Bridge in Croatia to be opened to traffic

    The Peljesac Bridge in Croatia is to be opened to traffic.
    The white bridge spans the blue Adriatic Sea, together playing a concerto of fusion and development. Click the video to enjoy the "past and present" of the Peljesac Bridge in Croatia built by CRBC. The bridge will be officially opened, and its completion has fulfilled the long-cherished wishes of the Croatian people to connect the northern and southern regions.

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    Yuqie Highway crossing China's largest desert opened to traffic

    On June 30, the Yuli-Qiemo Highway of the S254 line of the Xinjiang Wuwei Highway Package PPP Project constructed by CCCC was opened to traffic. Connecting Yuli and Qiemo counties, the Yuqie Highway is located in the Tarim Basin and crosses the hinterland of the Taklimakan, China's largest desert. It is 334 kilometers in length, of which nearly 92% runs through the desert. With the most widely distributed mobile sand dunes in the world, its construction was tremendously difficult.
    After the opening, the travel time from Qiemo to Korla is slashed from 12 hours to 6 hours, improving the travel experience for local residents and boosting the development of local tourism.