Vietnam seeks access roads, bridges for 260-MW Trung Son

Trung Son Hydropower Project Management Board seeks bids in separate solicitations for construction of access roads and bridges for the 260-MW Trung Son hydroelectric project on Vietnam’s Ma River. Bids are due September 4, 2009.

The World Bank is considering a proposal to provide US$330 million in financing for construction of the project at Trung Son in Thanh Hoa Province. Trung Son is to include an 88-meter-tall dam on the Ma River and a 260-MW powerhouse, being sponsored by Electricity of Vietnam.

Trung Son Hydropower previously invited expressions of interest from consultants to provide independent social and environmental monitoring of resettlement for the project (HydroWorld 6/22/09)

The developer now seeks bids, in separate solicitations, for construction of access roads and bridge work. The access road tender includes construction of mountainous Grade V roads over 14 months. The bridges solicitation includes two large bridges and five medium-sized bridges of pre-stressed concrete.

Bid documents in English or Vietnamese may be obtained for each solicitation by written request to the address below, accompanied by a fee of 2 million dong (US$113). Bids are due by 9 a.m. September 4.

For information, contact Trung Son Hydropower Project Management Board, 25A Quang Trung St., Ngoc Trao Ward, Thanh Hoa, Thanh Hoa Province 44000 Vietnam; (84) 37-2480039; Fax: (84) 37-3726335; E-mail:

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