"Make the world more smooth, make the city more livable, make the life more colorful" is CCCC's vision.
Recently, over 100 foreign diplomats in China visited CCCC and learned about our infrastructure projects and urban upgrading construction. What familiar projects did the diplomats see? What cool technologies did they experience? How did they feel about the visit? Take a look!
The Solomon Islands'second largest international airport has undergone a gorgeous upgrade!
The main structure of the Solomon Islands Munda airport runway upgrade project, undertaken by CCCC's subsidiary CHEC, has been completed recently. The total length of the airport runway is 2,100 meters, with the main runway being 1,800 meters and 30 meters wide, and the taxiways on both sides being 7.5 meters wide. This project will significantly enhance Munda Airport's operational capacity, ensuring safe takeoffs and landings while improving the travel experience for passengers. It holds great significance in boosting tourism and local economic development.
Let's take a look at the upgraded Munda Airport!
At the construction site of the Yangsigang Yangtze River Bridge, the world's longest-span double-deck suspension bridge with four main cables, a smart mobile factory is working on building a 100-plus meters high tower just like on an assembly line.
CCCC's self-developed “vertical and mobile factory”, an integrated intelligent tower construction machine, has a total height of about 22.5 meters and weight of about 300 tonnes. It caters to the construction of various bridges. With the machine, a 100-plus meters high tower can be built story by story like 3D Printing. The labor cost is reduced, and the construction efficiency is increased by more than 4 times, with the construction speed averaging 1.3 meters per day.
Recently, CCCC held its first international live broadcast of the light show at the Liangma River in Beijing. Media reporters from 8 countries, including Pakistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Bangladesh, were amazed by CCCC’s stunning light technologies on the Liangma River Cruise.
See a steel “rainbow” bridge flying over the green mountains above the Wujiang River in China's Guizhou. Built by CCCC, the Wujiang Grand Bridge has a main span of 504 meters, ranking first among the world's upper-bearing steel tube concrete arch bridges.
With the last deck girder precisely in place, the main body of the bridge has been completed. After completion, it will further facilitate local transportation, promoting the development of the regional economy and tourism industry.
Witness the first pile foundation of the Hangzhou Bay Railway Bridge, the world’s longest high-speed railway cross-sea bridge, getting drilled into the sea!
Located in the Yangtze River Delta region, the bridge has a total length of 29.2 kilometers. After its completion, travel time between core cities of the Yangtze River Delta via the high-speed railway will be shortened to about 30 minutes, which will increase travel efficiency and better promote the integrated development of the Yangtze River Delta region.
Behold gorgeous "rainbows" shining in the sea of clouds between mountains!
Located in Wulong District, China's Chongqing City, this double-arch bridge is called the Shuangbao Bridge. At present, its 2x405-meter double-arch structure is recognized as the world's longest double-arch bridge.
After its completion, it will help improve the local transportation network and support the development of local green industries, like ecological agriculture and tourism.
Click the video to witness the closure of its main arches!
"Now the water here is clear, the shore is green, and the scenery is beautiful, attracting a large number of residents to come and take walks and hang out." said the landscaping engineer at the Sheger Park Friendship Square in Ethiopia with a smile.
CCCC has built a series of mega infrastructure projects around the world, making local cities more livable and the world smoother. For example：
● The Riverside Green Development Project in Ethiopia
● The Mombasa-Nairobi Standard Gauge Railway in Kenya
● The Bogota Metro Line 1 in Colombia
What changes have these projects brought to the local people? Let’s see what they said!