Southeast Asia’s longest bridge now open (Brunei)

The CC4 section of the Temburong bridge has been under construction by CSCEC (China State Construction Engineering Corp) since October 2015 and spans 12km in length including a fully prefabricated viaduct, which crosses Brunei’s uninhabited forests and swamps.

The bridge has a total length of 30km and it is designed to substantially reduce travelling time between Brunei’s capital and the Temburong district by bypassing Malaysia’s Limbang region.

It is the longest bridge in Southeast Asia, followed by Malaysia’s 24km Second Penang Bridge.

Drop me a line at jon@futurityjobs.com if you’d like to discuss this project in more detail.

Asia, Bridges, Brunei, Construction, Futurity News