Thiên Ân keeps ahead on Vietnam projects

23 February 2012

Vietnam contractor Thiên Ân is ahead of schedule on the 24-storey CT Plaza Nguyen Dinh Chieu and 10-

Vietnam contractor Thiên Ân is ahead of schedule on the 24-storey CT Plaza Nguyen Dinh Chieu and 10-storey Hoa Sen University Office Building in Ho Chi Minh City

Vietnamese contractor and foundations specialist, Thiên Ân is ahead of schedule on two contracts in the centre of Ho Chi Minh City after rotating two Liebherr duty cycle crawler cranes and a rotary drilling rig on the two foundations under construction simultaneously in the city.

The contractor is swapping two Liebherr HS 855 HD duty cycle crawler cranes and a LB 28 rotary drilling rig between both projects: the 24-storey CT Plaza Nguyen Dinh Chieu and 10-storey Hoa Sen University office building.

Two Liebherr HS 855 HD duty cycle crawler cranes were initially used on the university office building for the fabrication of a 150 metre long diaphragm wall around the 1,100 square metre site, fronting Nguyen Van Trang Street in the City's downtown District 1.

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