Opening Ceremony of Eindo to Kawkareik Road Improvement Project

On May 22, the opening ceremony for the Eindo to Kawkareik Road Improvement Project, undertaken by CRBC, was held in Eindo Town. U Shew Lay, Minister of Construction of Myanmar and U Saw Myint Oo,Governor of Kayin State attended and addressed the opening ceremony.

U Shwe Lay delivers a speech

Minister U Shwe Lay pointed out that since the commencement of the Project, CRBC has faced many challenges and difficulties, and has always steadfastly worked with the owner to cope with them and successfully completed the project construction tasks on schedule, demonstrating outstanding technical strength and ability to fulfill the contract. The Project is an important link of road transport in the Greater Mekong Subregion. After completion and opening to traffic, the Project will greatly relieve the traffic pressure in the Kayin State area, reduce the transport cost of the Thailand-Myanmar traffic artery, promote the economic development of the Greater Mekong Subregion, and play a positive role in eliminating local poverty.

U Saw Myint Oo gives a speech

Governor U Saw Myint Oo, on behalf of the government of Kayin, expressed his heartfelt gratitude to CRBC and the project construction team, highly praised the significance of the Project to the State, and said that the Project had not only made it easier for residents to travel around, but also fostered new economic growth points for the region, and it would play an important role in promoting the social and economic development of the State.

Since the commencement of the Project in 2017, the whole staff have worked hand in hand, overcome many difficulties, and always worked at the front line in a high-spirited manner. After the outbreak of COVID-19, the project department, on the one hand, strictly carried out epidemic prevention and control, and on the other hand, actively coordinated and organized construction personnel to return to their posts and resume work, so as to advance the project construction in an orderly manner. On March 11, 2021, the main line of the Project was fully through three months ahead of schedule, winning high praise from the government of Myanmar, the owner and the supervisor.