Highway Along the West Coast Construction Project
Petchaburi, Prachub Kereekhan, Chumporn and Ranong provinces
Department of Rural Roads (DRR)
Project Value :
Baht 300 million
Commencement and Completion :
June 2009 – January 2011
Project scope :
The purpose of this project is to develop a 53.306 km of highway route
runs along the west coast of Thai gulf as well as to promote tourist
campaign, including to develop the road network to the several tourist
attraction along the west coast. The project includes construction of
2-traffic lane asphalt paving with 2.00 m wide shoulder on both sides
that are aesthetically compatible with the surrounding, widening of
existing bridge to accommodate the new road, and provide road safety
facilities, i.e. traffic sign board and street lighting. Other
associated road facility includes rest area, walkway, scenery point. And
- • Contracts administration.
- • Engineering and Quality Assurance.
- • Schedule and Cost Control.
- • Reporting.
- • Meeting.
- • Document control.
- • Public relations.
- • Construction safety.
- • Construction site security.
- • General Administration.
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