(Construction) - That was the confirmation of Minister of Construction Nguyen Thanh Nghi after listening to representatives from the Nhon Trach 3 and 4 Power Project Board, Vietnam Machinery Installation Corporation - JSC (LILAMA), who reported on the project recent implementation.
|Minister of Construction Nguyen Thanh Nghi “Focus on resolving difficulties at Nhon Trach 3 and 4 Power Plant projects”
Upon hearing the reports from representatives of the related units, Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi praised and acknowledged the efforts, solidarity, and unity of LILAMA's leadership and workers at the 'Great Construction Site' of the Nhon Trach 3 and 4 Power Plant Project.
The Minister highlighted that the achievements of the unit were a reflection of not only LILAMA’s efforts but also those of the entire industry. The trust placed in the Ministry of Construction's member units for executing large projects reaffirms the role, stature, and capabilities of the Construction industry. Concerning the challenges faced, Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi urged LILAMA’s leaders to conduct research and collaborate with investors. He requested them to present proposals to local authorities, departments, and sectors, emphasizing the need to concentrate on resolving these issues.
According to the Minister, overcoming the challenges necessitates collaboration and unity among all stakeholders. Given the current difficulties, Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi called upon the leaders of the Department of Construction of Dong Nai province and the People's Committee of Nhon Trach district to swiftly provide guidance to the Provincial People's Committee to identify and address bottlenecks. This action would aim at facilitating effective cooperation with investors, developers, and the disassembly construction contractor.
|Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi checks the reality at the site
Minister Nguyen Thanh Nghi emphasized 'This is the first significant power project in Vietnam using LNG fuel, located in Dong Nai province. It plays a crucial role in securing the power supply for both the province and the region. While there are advantages, the focus must be on addressing the difficulties. This concerted effort is essential for the common goal. Only through such focus can we ensure that the project's commercial electricity generation progresses as planned.'"
Previously, leaders from Dong Nai province conducted inspection trips to comprehend the difficulties and obstacles firsthand in order to address them promptly. The province has actively engaged in numerous meetings with relevant stakeholders and has sent a proposal to the Government seeking permission to adjust the local planning for the Nhon Trach new urban area. This adjustment aimed at facilitating the deployment of the power grid infrastructure. Moreover, the province has also urged relevant departments and branches to provide immediate advice to the Provincial People's Committee on how to advance the land allocation project.
By Khanh Phuong