Vietnam-based infrastructure development company Cavico Corp. announced that its majority-owned subsidiary, Cavico Mining, has signed a construction contract with Investment and Development Management No.4 to construct a diversion canal for Ban Mong Reservoir.
The revenue for the contract is estimated to be $4.3 million. Cavico Mining expects to complete the construction contract within ten months.
The Ban Mong Reservoir, owned by the Investment and Development Management No.4 of the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Development, is located southwest of Hanoi. The project is considered to be the largest water reservoir project in the western region of Nghe An province.
According to the reservoir's architectural design, the Ban Mong Reservoir will be 671 meters long, be built on 2,800 square kilometers of land and have 235.5 million cubic meters of capacity. The main construction work associated with the project includes the primary dam that is 340 meters long, 44 meters high and 11 meters wide; and an auxiliary dam that is 164 meters long and 10- meter wide surface; and a 5-gate overflow spillway.
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