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Old March 27th, 2017, 06:18 AM   #181
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Digging up the railway tunnels for Lao - China Railway at Luang Namtha

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There will be 3 tunnels for the section from Lao - China Friendship tunnel to Na Moh station in Udomxay (50 km - 16 km in Luang Namtha and 34 km in Udomxay) - 7 bridges with total distance of 4 km and 3 tunnels with total distance of 10 km including the first 2 km of Lao - China Friendship tunnel, Boten tunnel (6 km) and Teen Tok tunnel (1 km)

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Construction of China-Laos railway speeding up before rainy season - Xinhua

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MUANG PHONHONG, Laos, April 9 (Xinhua) -- "This is my office, and also my bedroom," Project Manager Cai Li told Xinhua reporter while pointing at a small tent amid the roar of generator.

Located at the construction site of China-Laos railway in Muang Phonhong district in Lao central Vientiane Province, Cai's so-called "office and bedroom" is made from simple bamboo shelves covered by large plastic sheets. There is no working table in her "office" but only a bed, while office equipments and materials were placed on the floor.

"We have only electric fan to cool down the heat. I slept only three or four hours a day these days. So fortunately the chef came the day before so we are now able to have good meals," the 50-year-old manager talked about her living conditions at the site. Cai has just arrived at the site of China-Laos railway in Muang Phonhong for one week.

"There is no other way because we have to rush to take advantages of dry season in Laos for construction," she said. Chinese companies are speeding up the construction of China-Laos railway after entering its first dry season since the railway construction was officially started on Dec. 25, 2016.

It is now dry season in Laos, the main construction period in tropical monsoon climate zone. Specifically for China-Laos railway construction, it is necessary to create favorable conditions for construction before the rainy season. For example, the tunnel must be excavated to a certain depth before the rainy season otherwise high rainfall might cause landslides.

China-Laos railway is a major strategic project which was reached and promoted by top leaders of the two countries. Speaking at the construction inaugural ceremony of China-Laos railway in late 2016, General Manager of China Railway International Co., Ltd and Chairman of Laos-China Railway Company Huang Difu said the China Railway Corporation will take the best of its advantages on railway management, technology and resources to lead other enterprises on survey and design, construction and equipment manufacturing among others, as well as cooperate with Lao government and relevant enterprises in order to construct and operate China-Laos railway in a good manner.

Huang pledged to resolutely implement the consensus reached by the two governments on railway construction and operation. On the basis of initial results, the company will continue strengthen communication and collaboration with Lao government at all levels, support each other, follow the plan and requirements so as to ensure high standards of quality and schedule, contributing to promoting socio-economic development of the two countries and prosperity of the two peoples.

China Railway No. 2 Group Co., Ltd is responsible for the construction of Muang Phonhong section. He Hongsong, head of construction commanding department of China Railway No. 2 Group Co., Ltd told Xinhua that the department held a meeting in early April to launch a campaign of "a 100-day of dry season working competition" to ensure the goal of full construction commence in June.

"We need to rush into the site and set up a safe, high quality working manner within 100 days in order to show the construction level of China railway agencies who dare to battle tough working conditions," Huang Ningshu, Party Secretary of the construction commanding department, said.

At the same time, the Lao side is also actively promoting the progress of China-Laos railway construction. At the end of March, the import of materials and equipments for railway construction embraced difficulties in Lao customs clearance. Right in early April, Lao government established a working group to approve the tax-free import of materials and equipments as well as set up a special lane for imports of materials and equipments for China-Laos railway construction.

Sometimes, villagers living near the construction site of China-Laos railway in Muang Phonhong took their children on motorcycles to the site for visit. Keobouphon Xayani (according to pronunciation), a Muang Phonhong villager, told reporter that villagers have been actively coordinating in construction demolition, while the initial construction of the railway has brought benefits to local residents.

"It is now easier for villagers to find jobs, while sales of agricultural products are better," the village chief told reporter.

The China-Laos railway has a total length of 414.332 kilometers with over 62.7 percent of bridges and tunnels, linking Mohan-Boten border gate in northern Laos and capital Vientiane. Operating speed on the route is designed at 160 km per hour. Construction of the project is scheduled for five years with investment of some 40 billion Chinese yuan (5.8 billion U.S. dollars), 70 percent of which comes from Chinese investment and the rest 30 percent from Lao side.

China-Laos railway is the first overseas route connecting with the railway system in China, using Chinese technology, equipment and investment.
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Full steam ahead for start of Laos-China railway

http://www.vientianetimes.org.la/Fre...en_Full_78.htm

Hundreds of trucks carrying machinery and equipment for construction of the Laos-China railway have entered Laos after being delayed at the border, a senior government official has said.

A special lane has now been allocated at China's Mohan and Laos' Boten border crossing to facilitate the passage of the trucks, the project coordinator in Luang Namtha province, Mr Chanthachone Keolakhone, told Vientiane Times on Friday.

A taskforce team was created last week to man the special truck lane. It will inspect and approve the imported items, which are exempt from tariff payments.

The team comprises officials from the customs, public works and transport sectors as well as representatives of the Laos-China Joint Railway Company and shipping company, Mr Chanthachone said.

Authorities in charge met on March 28 and 29 in Oudomxay and Luang Namtha provinces to discuss ways to accelerate the project. They plan to speed up the import of machinery and equipment and arrange for compensation and resettlement for people who will have to relocate to make way for the railway.

Minister of Public Works and Transport and Chairman of the Laos-China Railway Project Supervisory Committee, Dr Bounchanh Sinthavong, told those attending the meetings to ensure proper implementation of the project, especially by facilitating the import of machinery and equipment.

Preparations are now underway to start the boring of tunnels. The 417-km railway will have 75 tunnels with a combined length of 197.83km and work is expected to begin before the upcoming rainy season, Deputy Minister of Public Works and Transport and Chairman of the Laos-China Railway Project Management Committee, Mr Lattanamany Khounnivong, told Vientiane Times on Friday.

Tunnel entrances are being prepared for boring. We expect to begin boring before the rainy season and once the rain comes we can work inside the tunnels, said Mr Lattanamany, who was in the northern provinces.

Chinese contactors warned that boring should start soon before the start of the rainy season so that workers can carry out construction inside the tunnels during the rain.

If not, construction will likely be delayed until the rainy season ends as starting boring during the rain would increase the risk of a landslide.

The Laos-China Railway Project Supervisory Committee agreed to arrange temporary resettlement for local households who must relocate and will find them permanent homes at a later date, the Socio-economic newspaper reported.

Officials in charge have negotiated with villagers whose land is needed for the railway and have handed over their land to Chinese contractors.

Six Chinese contractors will carry out construction of the US$5.8 million railway, with completion slated for 2021.

Officials said villagers fully supported the construction of the railway, which will link Vientiane to the Chinese border.

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Old April 20th, 2017, 06:13 PM   #184
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UXOs Cleared by Laos-China Railway Project in LuangNamtha

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(KPL) The clearance of unexploded ordnances from land allocated along Laos-China railway and its two small stations -Botene immigration checkpoint and Natuay, a loading station - in Luang Namtha Province has been almost completed.

This was a part of the construction of the Laos-China Railway Project-first phase, running 52.9 km from Botene, the Laos-China border checkpoint to Namor district, Luang Namtha Province that will then run another 16.9 km through Luang Namtha Province where two small stations will be built: the Botene immigration checkpoint and the Natuay cargo loading station.

In Luang Namtha Province, the project includes the construction of seven bridges with a total length of about 4 km and the drilling of three tunnels with a total length of 10 km: the Laos-China Friendship, Botene and Tintok tunnels.

The progress was reported to Minister of Public Works and Construction, Mr Bounchanh Sinlavong, who is also a head of the Steering Committee for Laos-China Railway Construction Project while he and his delegation were on a working visit to monitor and inspect the progress of railway construction in Luang Namtha Province.

The delegation was welcomed by Luang Namtha Governor, Mr Phetthavone Philavanh and technicians to supervise the construction.

An official construction ceremony for tunnel boring in Oudomxay Province was held on April 6.
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Old April 20th, 2017, 06:22 PM   #185
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Tunnel works underway on Laos-China railway project

http://www.vientianetimes.org.la/Fre...ten_Tunnel.htm

Efforts to bore tunnels for the Laos-China railway project have begun, marking a new and intensive stage to construction work underground for the landmark multi-billion dollar project.

As of Tuesday, more than 10 metres had been bored for the Boten Tunnel, one of the three tunnels in northern Luang Namtha province servicing the rail line, the provincial coordinator for the project, Mr Chanthachone Keolakhone said yesterday following a visit to the construction site Tuesday.

"Boring has begun at three points of the tunnel", Mr Chanthachone told the Vientiane Times .

Chinese contractors commenced boring works on the tunnels on April 8.

He said boring machines are being installed and prepared to commence on the Laos-China Friendship Tunnel which traverses the border underneath Lao and Chinese soil.

"Boring works on the Lao side of the Laos-China Friendship Tunnel should start soon", Mr Chanthachone said.

He added that preparation is progressing to bore the Natuey Tunnel.

Similarly, boring works of tunnels in northern Luang Prabang province have also started, Director of Public Works and Transport Department for the province Mr Fasanan Thammavong said.

Oudomxay provincial coordinator for the project, Mr Phonpadith Phommakit said tunnel construction works have been progressing and the works will be intensified now that celebrations for Pi Mai Lao (Lao New Year) have been completed.

The commencement of boring works comes as the US$5.8 billion project's developers seek to maximise progress before the rainy season starts.

The 417 km railway project will link the Lao capital of Vientiane with Chinese border through four Lao provinces of Vientiane, Luang Prabang, Oudomxay and Luang Namtha.

It composes 75 tunnels with a combined length of 197.83km.

Contractors are speeding up preparation works to begin boring the remaining tunnels in order to ensure the project finishes on time.

Scheduled to completed by 2021, Chinese engineers told the Lao authorities in charge that progress on boring tunnels before the rainy season was critical.

Workers could then continue construction works inside the tunnels during the rainy season.

If not, the rain could delay the construction works.

The railway will form part of the planned regional rail route to link China's Yunnan Province to Singapore via Laos, Thailand and Malaysia, adding significant impetus to the Lao government's effort to hasten the transition of the country from landlocked to land-linked.

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China_Laos railway update



Members of China Railway No.8 Engineering Group's China-Laos railway construction team work on the site of a tunnel in Luang Prabang, Laos on April 14, 2017



China Railway No.8 Engineering Group's China-Laos railway construction team build concrete mixing station in Luang Prabang, Laos on April 14, 2017.



China Railway No.8 Engineering Group's China-Laos railway construction team build concrete mixing station in Luang Prabang, Laos on April 14, 2017.

































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Old May 18th, 2017, 09:11 PM   #187
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Laos-China railway construction ‘progressing well’

http://www.vientianetimes.org.la/Fre...n_Laos111.html

Construction of the Laos-China railway is gathering steam with many tunnels being bored despite rainfall, officials said yesterday.

All three tunnels in Luang Namtha province are being bored with the Boten Tunnel having progressed the furthest at more than 50 metres, project coordinator for Luang Namtha province Mr ChanthachoneKeolakhone told Vientiane Times yesterday.


The Laos-China Friendship Tunnel, which crosses the Laos-China border, has been bored more than 10 metres so far, he added.

In addition, Chinese contractors are preparing to drill the foundations for a bridge connecting LuangNamtha and Oudomxay provinces.

As in other provinces, boring is ongoing in Oudomxay, project coordinator for the northern province, MrPhonpadithPhommakit, said, adding that about 30 tunnels will be bored in that province.


An official at the Chinese Embassy to Laos also said yesterday that construction of the US$5.8 billion railway is progressing well, citing information from Chinese contractors.

The 417-km railway, which connects Vientiane with the Chinese border through the provinces of Vientiane, LuangPrabang, Oudomxay and LuangNamtha, passes through 75 tunnels with a combined length of 197.83km.

The Lao and Chinese sides have been working hard to get the tunnels bored before the rainy season so that rainfall will not delay construction, as work can be carried out inside the tunnels during rain.

Construction of the single-track railway that began in December last year is set to be completed by 2021.
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Construction continues during monsoon season

Photos taken at construction sites at Louang Namtha and Oudomxai on May, 20th, 2017

















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updates from CREC8 on Laos-China railway

http://mp.weixin.qq.com/s/ozpmuOKB_nUoPHIKefUshw

Section: ZLZQ-3
Length: 59.21km
Cost: 2.823 bln RMB,5 years
Tunnel: 16/39.956 km; Bridge: 28/9.139 km; Station: 6; Embankment:10114m; Culvert: 45


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concrete delivery on Mekong river


construction road at Ban LatHan






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Construction of Lao - China railway in Luang Phrabang Province including the bridge across Mekhong from Ban Muang Kham in Jomphet district to Ban Phornxai in Luang Phrabang district to be done in 2 years, Phu Khamyai tunnel ion Ban na Sang in Jomphet district, Pha Bong tunnel in Ban Phornxai in Luang Phrabang district ... and there are 6 tunnels in Luang Phrabang

there are new villages for abut hundred Chinese workers which Lao people cannot stand with due to the endless noise from construction sites and villages - forcing at least 5 families to move out

The contractors have virtually full authority to do anything they want despite of coordinate committee - 80 km of railway line in Luang Phrabang that pass 19 villages in Jomphet district, 11 villages in Luang Phrabang district and 14 villages in Xieng Ngoen district still have no EIA

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Two more tunnels start construction on May 25, 2017

Between Ba Hua Nam and Muang Xay

果有村 No 2 Tunnel: 1736m



果有村 No 3 Tunnel: 558m



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Laos-China railway operational in 2021, 51 tunnel entrances bored

http://www.vientianetimes.org.la/Fre...china_121.html

The Laos-China railway is planning to be officially operational in December 2021 with many tunnels already being bored, a senior government official has confirmed last week.

Deputy Minister of Public Works and Transport and Chairman of the Laos-China Railway Project Management Committee, Mr Lattanamany Khounnivong made the confirmation in his news article published in a special column of Pathedlao newspaper last week.

Some 51 tunnel entrances have been bored after construction work on the US$5.8 billion project began in December last year, Mr Lattanamany wrote.

As many as 75 tunnels totaling 197.83 km and 167 bridges of 61.81 km will be built along the 414.332 km rail line linking Vientiane with the Chinese border.

Six Chinese contractors are carrying out construction of the project striving to complete the 1.435-metre standard-gauge single-track railway on time, according to previous reports.

All three tunnels in northern Luang Namtha province were being bored with the Boten Tunnel having progressed the furthest at more than 50 meters, project coordinator for Luang Namtha province Mr Chanthachone Keolakhone told Vientiane Times recently.

The Lao People’s Revolutionary Party’s central committee and the government recognized that rail was the most efficient transport mode in the context of landlocked Laos, according to Mr Lattanamany.

He explained that rail transport was cheaper and safer, and reduces travel times with less impact on the environment. Thus the Party and government had prioritised railway development as a critical key to switch Laos from a landlocked into a land-linked country.

The opportunity had come that will enable Laos to realize its landlocked to land-link ‘strategy’, the deputy minister wrote.

“The opportunity is the implementation of the One Belt One Road Initiative,” he said, referring to the China-proposed Belt and Road Initiative of which the Laos-China railway is part.

The Lao and Chinese governments signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the project development on April 7, 2010. Both sides then worked on project details including carrying out an economic feasibility study, plus design and investment models that ended up with China putting in a 70 percent stake, while Laos invested the remainder.
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One more tunnel starts excavation on Jun 3rd, 2017

Na Teuy No 1 Tunnel: 1173m

Surrounding Rock Type IV and V (51%)



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Na Hong (?) No1 Bridge starts construction

On Jun 12, 2017, first pile of the bridge, 599.57m in total length.
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纳哄1号特大桥全长599.57米,中心里程D1K17+050.本桥17墩,2台,78根桩。设计速度:客货共线160km/h。本桥多次跨越河道别在4#、5#、6#墩与10#、11#墩和15#、16#墩,基础施工采用编制袋土围岩筑岛。
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Tunnelling ahead as Laos-China railway proceeds on track

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Construction of the Laos-China railway project is progressing as scheduled despite some work requiring a pause due to the rainy season, officials in charge said.

Work on boring tunnels is carrying on, project coordinator for Luang Namtha province Mr Chanthachone Keolakhone told Vientiane Times via telephone on Wednesday.

Mr Chanthachone said Lao and Chinese officials had worked hard to bore tunnel entrances before the rainy season so that rainfall would not delay construction.

Naturally, work inside the tunnels can be carried out without little regard to weather conditions outside.

Mr Chanthachone said that all three tunnels are being bored with the Boten Tunnel having progressed the furthest at more than 120 metres.

The Teentok Tunnel is gathering steam at 45 metres in length to date.

The Laos-China Friendship Tunnel, crossing the Laos-China border has seen more than 55 metres of progress thus far.

Mr Chanthachone said construction of bridges and roads related to the project are now on pause until rains end.

Construction may not meet the standards if we continue to work due to the rainfall, he said.

In particular, the preparations to drill the foundations for a bridge connecting Luang Namtha and Oudomxay provinces had to be halted.

In Oudomxay province, the project coordinator Mr Phonpadith Phommakit told Vientiane Times on Wednesday that work on around 34 tunnels is still ongoing.

Currently, some nine of 34 tunnels have been bored and are on now track, while some works of roads and bridges are also on pause due to the rainfall.

In Vientiane, project coordinator Mr Souneth Luangsouphom said officials have continued to remove barriers and to develop areas for the construction since the project began in December last year.

At present, Chinese contractors had already developed a 15 km stretch in preparation for construction to date, he said.

A 7km-long bridge from Dongxiengdy to Nakhoun villages in Naxaithong district will be constructed after the seasonal rainfalls conclude, he said.

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Railway construction progress: 31.35% ahead of schedule

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到目前为止,老中铁路项目已完成88处普通营地的建设,以及指挥营12处,合计100处,修建项目施工道路657.9公里,架设桥梁2342公里,搭设供电线路360.2公里,安装变压器172个,自来水系统安装长达77公里。以开展隧道施工49个,施工面达101处,已完成隧道长度5835.6米,安装砂石拌和站14处,试验室18处,施工整体进度相较计划提前31.35%。
100 camps completed (88 construction camps + 12 offices)

construction road: 657.9km completed; bridges: 2342 km (??)

Power lines: 360.2 km; Transformers: 172

water line: 77 km

Tunnel: 49 in construction, 101 sites; 5835.6 m completed;

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Tunnel excavation in Muang Kasi, Laos

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