The Participation of Korean Companies in the Construction of APEC Objects in Vladivostok is Possible
It is possible under certain conditions
VLADIVOSTOK. December, 22. VOSTOK-MEDIA – The business meetings of the representatives of Korean construction business and Russian companies participating in the APEC-2012 objects building were over. The guests observed the largest construction sites: the bridge over Golden Horn bay, the bridge between Russkiy Island and Vladivostok, and Ajax bay situated in Russkiy Island, where Fareast Federal University will be built. The director of Lotte Construction Company, member of the Korean delegation expressed his impression:
-“There are too tight deadlines for such a large-scale construction, especially taking into account that in Korea in the winter time people are reluctant to build in the open air. But we have the experience and technologies that will allow accomplish the construction on time.” The Korean companies have the precious experience in building unique engineering constructions, such as the bridge Inchon, with a 21 km length, or very high cable bridge bearings. The stand cables are steel ropes that hold bridge, are made in Korea. The Russia does not make such stand cables.
The Russian design engineers, who took part in the business meeting, were interested in the Korean companies’ experience of creating engineering infrastructure – inner filling of the building, that is usually called “intellectual” or “smart home”. Such an experience may be very useful in designing and constructing hotels for the heads of government and official delegations on the Russkiy Island.
The Korean companies have all necessary equipment for the constructing of a high-level bridge, and it is irrational to buy it for single use. But it may be taken on lease. It does not mean that Korean and Russian participants agreed and “chapped hands”. There are official tender participation procedures for engineering and securing orders as prime contractor.
Both parts got enough information for coming to decisions.
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