Binh Khanh bridge is part of the project to build Ben Luc-Long Thanh expressway, which runs through HCM City and southern Long An province. The road includes a total of 20km of bridges, including the 3km-long Binh Khanh Bridge that crosses Soai Rap River and links Nha Be ward with Can Gio ward. Binh Khanh Bridge is the highest cable-stayed bridge in Vietnam and is extremely important to the southern part of Ho Chi Minh City. In addition, when the project completed, it will contribute to the attraction of tourism, entertainment, and recreation of Can Gio beach.
Binh Khanh has a total length of 2,764 m, a total width of 21.75 m wide and four lanes of traffic. The main span of the bridge is 375 m, bridge piers are 155 m long and clearance height is 55 m. The Binh Khanh Bridge and Phuoc Khanh Bridge will be the two bridges which have highest navigational clearance in Vietnam.
This was a special project with ATAD that we have implemented the deck form traveller system for a major transport infrastructure project in Vietnam. Technical requirements are complex with super-heavy-weight structure; this project requires production lines and high technical standards that only a few factories in Vietnam have the capacity to fabricate. In response to the trust of the contractor, ATAD has implemented the project with the schedule, quality and safety.