On 6 January, CHEC won the tender for SEJINGKAT Bridge Project in Sarawak, Malaysia; the project owner is the Public Works Department of Sarawak, Malaysia.
The project is located north of Kuching City in Sarawak State, Malaysia. The main construction content of the project is 3.35km of road reconstruction, expansion and new construction, including 1.28km of bridges with a width of 25.6m. The main bridge is a 200+400+200 twin-tower cable-stayed bridge and the approach bridge is 40 m-long T-shaped girder.
The SEJINGKAT Bridge project in Sarawak is currently the longest cable-stayed bridge in Malaysia and one of the longest in Southeast Asia, making it very typical and representative in the region. At the same time, the project is CHEC’s first project in Malaysia in 2021. The winning of the tender for this project lays a solid foundation for CHEC to further strengthen its market management in East Malaysia and also provides a strong support for CHEC to further develop the East Malaysia market.