Across-Sea Bridges

Hangzhou Bay Cross-sea Bridge

Hangzhou Bay Cross-sea Bridge, crossing the spacious Hangzhou Bay is 36km in total length, Consisting of south and North Channel bridges, in which the north navigation channel bridge is a diamond-shaped double-tower double-deck cable-stayed bridge with the 448m-long main span and 35000t navigation capacity, and the south navigation channel bridge is an A-shaped single-tower steel box girder double-cable-stayed bridge with the 318m-long main span. The construction period is 43months and it is opened to traffic in May, 2008.

Guangzhou Zhujiang Huangpu Bridge

Guangzhou Zhujiang Huangpu Bridge was constructed in a novel combination of suspension and cable-stayed bridge, which has been awarded the title of “The No.1 bridge in south China”.

The bridge is 7.049km long, composing of five parts , North Approach Bridge, North Branch Bridge, Middle Approach Bridge, South Branch Bridge and South Approach Bridge. North Branch Bridge is a single-tower steel box girder cable-stayed bridge with the 383m main span, 41m main girder, and the South Branch bridge is single-span suspension bridge with 1108m main span, 41.69m main girder. It is open to traffic in December 2008.

Shenzhen Bay Highway Bridge

Shenzhen Bay Highway Bridge is the major link of Shenzhen-Hongkong western passageway. It is 33.1m wide, 6 traffic lanes of dual directions, parking strips for emergency in two sides. The navigation bridge is a single cable box- girder cable-stayed bridge with 210m and 180m main span.

The bridge was completed and opened to traffic on 1st July 2007.

Humen Bridge

Humen Bridge, completed and opened to traffic in 1997, is a super large steel box girder suspension bridge with large span, which has been entitled to be the first span in the world. It is15.76Km in total length and its main bridge is 4.60Km. The main channel bridge is an 888m-span suspension bridge with stiffening steel box girder, and its auxiliary channel is a 270m-span bridge with prestressed concrete continuous rigid frame, which occupied the first place in the same structure used in world bridges.

Hongkong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge(under-construction)

The under-construction Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge is a series of bridges and tunnels that will connect the west side of Hong Kong to Macau and the Guangdong province city of Zhuhai, which locates on the west side of the Pearl River Delta.

The proposed main bridge crossing sea is about 35km long with 6km long subsea tunnel, which would rank the longest bridge in the world, including the artificial islands containing the Macau exit of the tunnel and the Macau border facilities, and the Construction formally began on 15 December 2009.

Hongkong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge(under-construction)

Contract Section CB07 Bridge Deck Pavement of Hong Kong- Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, the main work includes: steel box girder bridge pavement of 7154m, pavement area of about 22.2 million square meters; combined beam bridge and concrete continuous beam pavement of 6368m, and pavement area of about 19.8 million square meters.

Humen Bridge II (under-construction)

Humen Bridge II starts from Dongchong Town, Nansha District, Guangzhou, connects with the south section of Ring Road Highway in Pearl River Delta Economic Zone, crosses Dasha Waterway of the Pearl River, Haiou Island and Nizhou Waterway of the Pearl River along the line, constructs Dasha Waterway Bridge (suspension bridge with 1200m main span), Nizhou Waterway Bridge (suspension bridge with 1688m main span), ends at Shatian Town, Dongguan, and interchanges with Guangzhou- Shenzhen Coastal Expressway. The whole line is in a total length of 12.891km of bridge engineering.

Highway & Expressway

Jingzhubei Expressway (northern section)

Jingzhubei Expressway (northern section) in Guangdong province is109.93km in total length, a World Bank loaned project, which is an important project of national and Guangdong province.

Kaiping-Yangjiang Expressway

Kaiping-Yangjiang Expressway is 126km in total length.

Guangzhou-shenzhen Coastal Expressway

Guangzhou-Shenzhen Coastal Expressway starts at Huangpu Economic and Technological Development Zone, connecting with National Road No.107 and ends at Moon Bay in Nanshan District, Shenzhen, connecting to the western corridor of Shenzhen-Hong Kong. It is the 2nd south-north oriented passage way except for Guangzhou-Shenzhen Expressway.


GuangWu Expressway Shiyashan Tunnel

Shiyashan Tunnel is an extra-long tunnel; the length of the left line 4555m and the length of the right line 4604m. It won the 13th Zhan Tianyou Prize.

Lechang-Guangzhou Expressway Tunnel Groups

Guangzhou-Foshan-Zhaoqing Expressway Beilingshan Tunnel

Beilingshan Tunnel is 4290m in the left line and 4260m in the right line.