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CCCC project manager gains full recognition of expertise in Vietnam

Updated: 2023-12-14
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"Your company has successfully overcome the harsh climate and complicated environment and accomplished the building of Duyen Hai Harbor project in Vietnam with outstanding organizational and managerial expertise and advanced techniques," said a letter of praise from the Electricity of Vietnam (EVN) to Wu Lizhu, a Chinese project manager of the China Communications Construction Company (CCCC).

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The Duyen Hai Harbor project in Vietnam

The Duyen Hai Harbor project is the first large infrastructural project built by the CCCC in Vietnam through the "EPC plus investment & financing" model. It mainly comprises the building of 3.9-kilometer-long breakwater barriers, the dredging of a shipping course of 3.3 million cubic meters, the construction of a 30,000-ton-level coal wharf and a 1,000-ton-level crude oil wharf, and the installation of two coal loading machines as well as two delivery systems.


Wu Lizhu (third from left) and his colleagues

As the responsible person of this project, Wu has left a deep impression on all the staff working at the project site.

Due to inconvenient transportation, many Vietnamese workers lived together with their Chinese colleagues at the construction site. It did not take a long time for them to mingle.

Fang Baoxian, a young Chinese-Vietnamese man, was one of them.

Fang became an interpreter at the construction site with Wu shortly after he graduated from a Vietnamese university. With the support of Wu, Fang has grown into a versatile professional in various fields over a span of ten years.

According to Fang, Wu successfully won the recognition and respect of Vietnamese business contractors with his scientific analyses and precise calculation of costs when they had disagreements over specific construction tasks in the early days of his arrival.

Furthermore, Wu did his utmost to build basketball and tennis pitches and install work and living areas with all types of practical facilities. The operating cost of this project is relatively low compared to those of many nearby projects, which is owed to his giving priority to the recycling of work and living facilities and the cutting of unnecessary expenses.

The expertise demonstrated in Wu’s meticulous work attitude guaranteed the progress of the project, as well as showcased the craftsmanship of Chinese constructors.

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