Sinohydro wins contract for Brunei dam

Sinohydro Corporation Limited and the Ministry of Development of Brunei signed a construction contract for the Ulu Tudong Dam project at Bandar Seri Begawan, the capital city of Brunei, Sinohydro reported.

The BND 85.48 million (US$63 million) Ulu Tudong dam is the largest water source project in Brunei.

The project lies at the rain forest in Sg Tutong basin. When completed, it will provide water resources to Muara and Tudong regions. A 23 kilometer access road and a 500 meter long and 44 meter high earth-rock dam will be completed within 45 months, Sinohydro reported.

Sinohydro is a State Owned Enterprise (SOE) under the supervision of the State-Owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission (SASAC) of the State Council. While holding water conservancy and hydropower construction as its core business, Sinohydro diversifies into infrastructure construction, power investment and operation and real estate development.

The Ulu Tudong dam project is Sinohydro’s first project in Brunei.

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