On September 3, 2019, a contract signing ceremony was held for the design consultancy of Duc Hoa – Chon Thanh 500kV transmission line and Long Thanh 500kV substation projects between SPMB and PECC3 at the Southern Power projects Management Board (SPMB).
Leaders of SPMB and PECC3 singed and awarded the contract.
The transmission project 500kV Duc Hoa – Chon Thanh with total length of 104 kilometers crossing through 4 provinces: Long An, Tay Ninh, Binh Duong and Binh Phuoc has a total investment of 1,920 billion VND. These projects will be built to release capacity of power plants in Southwest region (Long Phu, O Mon, Duyen Hai…) into the national power networks.
The 500kV Long Thanh project is constructed capacity of 1800 MVA with two connecting lines of 8 kilometers length and the total investment is 1.211 billion VND.
These projects are proposed to supply power for Ho Chi Minh City and the southern provinces serve the social economic development needs of the southern key economic region, improve the reliability and safety of electricity supply for power networks.
Power Engineering Consulting JS Company 3(EVNPECC3) is the successful bidder of Package 1: “Providing site survey, designing technical design – Cost estimation, detailed design, bidding documents “and package 2” Providing site survey, consultancy services, making technical design – cost estimation, detailed design, bidding documents for Long Thanh 500kV substation.
At the ceremony, Mr. Truong Huu Thanh, Director of SPMB believed in the quality and progress of design consultancy services provided by EVNPECC3 and requested that the contractor has to focus all resources to guarantee quality declaration and project progress.
On behalf of the contractor, Mr. Thai Tuan Tai, CEO of EVNPECC3 honestly thanked the expectation of SPMB and committed to organize a team of experienced expert engineers to ensure the quality and progress of consulting, designing work to meet the common goal for the development of Vietnam’s electricity industry.
Leaders and key managers of SPMB and PECC3 at the Contract Signing Ceremony.