Yulin-Zhangjiang Expressway bolsters construction efforts
The Yulin-Zhanjiang Expressway, a major transportation channel that links cities in the Beibu Gulf with Zhanjiang, Guangdong province, has resumed work and blostered its construction efforts.
The project has put novel coronavrius epidemic prevention as its top priority. It has conducted strict inspections before work resumption, formulated systematic and informative plans and preparations in advance, as well as disinfected the work areas, measured the body temperature of workers twice a day, and distributed masks every week since work resumption to ensure that epidemic prevention and control effort is in place.
The project has begun to implement 24-hour construction since Feb 23. Specialized technicians have been arranged on site to check the quality of the construction, as well as the workers' physical and working conditions to facilitate timely adjustments in case of problems.
Ding Dewei, general manager of the project department, said that work groups of earthworks, cast-in-place box girder, stabilized layers, and asphalt have resumed construction since Feb 10. Schedule analysis meetings were held to sort out the remaining works, analyze process capacity, and formulate node plans.
In addition, the project also coordinated and resolved the difficulties in the process of returning to work by holding general manager office meetings, on-site office meetings, and other measures. At present, the project has nearly 2,000 employees and the entire line has resumed normal construction.
Workers are busying constructing the Yulin-Zhanjiang Expressway project at night. [Photo by Zhang Fengfeng/gdzjdaily.com.cn]