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Malaysian $23.75 million bridge project to take three years to complete

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Christian Fernsby ▼ | December 3, 2019
Work is now starting on a new bridge in Sarawak, Malaysia and is expected to take three years to complete.
Sarawak, Malaysia
Transport in Asia   Sarawak, Malaysia
The two lane Rambungan Bridge is costing $23.75 million to build and is one of nine bridges being constructed in Sarawak to link with the coastal road system.

Topics: Malaysia bridge

The Malaysian Government has sourced a series of loans to fund the work from the Development Bank of Sarawak (Debos).

The new Rambungan Bridge is being built by a joint venture comprised of Precious Credence and Ghezhouba.

The consultancy firms Opus Consultant and Jurutera Minsar Consult are also involved with the project.

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