Marine Bridge Guan-Tang & Seawall-Taipei Port

Marine Bridge Guan-Tang & Seawall-Taipei Port

North Butterworth Container Terminal

The North Butterworth Container Terminal was a civil project pioneered by Gamuda Berhad in the early 1990s. Working with the Penang Port Commission, we constructed the container wharf and approach bridge, as well as container years, buildings and utilities – effectively raising the productivity and robustness of Penang Port, now a prime shipping port in Peninsular Malaysia.

Location

Taiwan

Project

Guan Tang Marine Bridge

Year: April 2019 – November 2022

Project

Seawall-Taipei Port

Year: January 2020 - January 2025

Gamuda-Dong Pi Joint Venture (JV) first bagged the construction contract worth RM521.71 million for the Marine Bridge project at Guan Tang, Taiwan, by state-owned oil and gas company CPC Corp Taiwan in 2019.

The job involves the construction and completion of a 1.23km marine bridge connecting a receiving terminal to a man-made island and a 284m long road embankment, and includes soil investigation, foundation, a temporary bridge, and a working platform with environmental protection works.

In 2020, Gamuda-Dong-Pi JV won RM932.5 million contract to construct a seawall and dike project, Gamuda’s second project in Taiwan. Gamuda-Dong Pi JV is to construct a 4,014-metre-long seawall for a reclamation project in the logistics storage area of Taipei port, dismantle existing 945m of seawall structures, and Southport shore protection works.

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Marine Bridge Guan-Tang & Seawall-Taipei Port