China-Work Resumption/Wuhan/Bridge

Major bridge project resumes construction in Wuhan

  • English

Shotlist


Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - March 24, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. No.7 Jianghan Bridge in building
2. Worker registering for returning to position
3. Various of workers receiving body temperature examination
4. Workers working
5. SOUNDBTIE (Chinese) Liu Shengqi, chief engineer, No.7 Jianghan Bridge (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"In the side of Hankou, our workers are mainly working on hoisting of steel components, and at the side of Hanyang, the work is focused on bolt connection."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
6. Workers moving beam
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. Various of workers working
8. SOUNDBTIE (Chinese) Liu Shengqi, chief engineer, No.7 Jianghan Bridge(ending with shot 9):
"The first batch of workers returning to their posts, including people from Wuhan City or other cities of Hubei Province, came by driving their own car or took the vehicle arranged by our project department. We also dispatched chartered vehicles and provide a point-to-point service to take some workers from other provinces back to work."
9. Workers working
10. Various of No.7 Jianghan Bridge in building
11. Aerial shot of No.7 Jianghan Bridge in building

Storyline


Construction for No. 7 Jianghan Bridge, one of major river-crossing bridges in Wuhan of central China's Hubei Province, once seriously hit by the COVID-19 outbreak, was resumed on Tuesday as the epidemic is waning.

Workers returned to the construction site in an orderly manner after getting their body temperatures checked and disinfection. As the construction of the bridge's lower structure was already completed before the outbreak, the workers are now working on the upper structure, including steel beam installation, which requires them to do the work on both ends of the bridge simultaneously.

As the seventh bridge crossing the Hanjiang River, the bridge is designed to connect the city's two main districts of Hanyang and Qiaokou of Hankou Town. Liu Shengqi, the chief engineer of the bridge project, said workers had different work to do while building the bridge at both sides of the river.

"In the side of Hankou, our workers are mainly working on hoisting of steel components, and at the side of Hanyang, the work is focused on bolt connection," said Liu.

Although the epidemic is abating in the city, the prevention and control work is still the top priority.

In a bid to prevent infection, the construction company has prepared 6,000 masks, 900 liters of disinfectant and 100 liters of alcohol in advance, and set isolation rooms for workers who returned to Wuhan after they reported their health condition via the health code system.

Liu said they arranged chartered vehicles to get workers living in other areas back to work.

"The first batch of workers returning to their posts, including people from Wuhan City or other cities of Hubei Province, came by driving their own car or took the vehicle arranged by our project department. We also dispatched chartered vehicles and provide a point-to-point service to take some workers from other provinces back to work," said Liu.

The bridge will be 2.754 kilometers long after it is completed.

DOWNLOAD
  • ID : 8138651
  • Published : 2020-03-25 17:04
  • Last Modified : 2020-03-25 17:09:07
  • Location : Wuhan,Hubei,China
  • Category : society
  • Duration : 1'19
  • Audio Language : Chinese/Nats
  • Source : China Central Television (CCTV)
  • Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland
  • Version : 2

China-Work Resumption/Wuhan/Bridge

Major bridge project resumes construction in Wuhan

Dateline : March 24,2020

Location : Wuhan,Hubei,China

Duration : 1'19

  • English


Wuhan City, Hubei Province, central China - March 24, 2020 (CCTV - No access Chinese mainland)
1. No.7 Jianghan Bridge in building
2. Worker registering for returning to position
3. Various of workers receiving body temperature examination
4. Workers working
5. SOUNDBTIE (Chinese) Liu Shengqi, chief engineer, No.7 Jianghan Bridge (partially overlaid with shot 6):
"In the side of Hankou, our workers are mainly working on hoisting of steel components, and at the side of Hanyang, the work is focused on bolt connection."
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
6. Workers moving beam
++SHOT OVERLAYING SOUNDBITE++
7. Various of workers working
8. SOUNDBTIE (Chinese) Liu Shengqi, chief engineer, No.7 Jianghan Bridge(ending with shot 9):
"The first batch of workers returning to their posts, including people from Wuhan City or other cities of Hubei Province, came by driving their own car or took the vehicle arranged by our project department. We also dispatched chartered vehicles and provide a point-to-point service to take some workers from other provinces back to work."
9. Workers working
10. Various of No.7 Jianghan Bridge in building
11. Aerial shot of No.7 Jianghan Bridge in building


Construction for No. 7 Jianghan Bridge, one of major river-crossing bridges in Wuhan of central China's Hubei Province, once seriously hit by the COVID-19 outbreak, was resumed on Tuesday as the epidemic is waning.

Workers returned to the construction site in an orderly manner after getting their body temperatures checked and disinfection. As the construction of the bridge's lower structure was already completed before the outbreak, the workers are now working on the upper structure, including steel beam installation, which requires them to do the work on both ends of the bridge simultaneously.

As the seventh bridge crossing the Hanjiang River, the bridge is designed to connect the city's two main districts of Hanyang and Qiaokou of Hankou Town. Liu Shengqi, the chief engineer of the bridge project, said workers had different work to do while building the bridge at both sides of the river.

"In the side of Hankou, our workers are mainly working on hoisting of steel components, and at the side of Hanyang, the work is focused on bolt connection," said Liu.

Although the epidemic is abating in the city, the prevention and control work is still the top priority.

In a bid to prevent infection, the construction company has prepared 6,000 masks, 900 liters of disinfectant and 100 liters of alcohol in advance, and set isolation rooms for workers who returned to Wuhan after they reported their health condition via the health code system.

Liu said they arranged chartered vehicles to get workers living in other areas back to work.

"The first batch of workers returning to their posts, including people from Wuhan City or other cities of Hubei Province, came by driving their own car or took the vehicle arranged by our project department. We also dispatched chartered vehicles and provide a point-to-point service to take some workers from other provinces back to work," said Liu.

The bridge will be 2.754 kilometers long after it is completed.

ID : 8138651

Published : 2020-03-25 17:04

Last Modified : 2020-03-25 17:09:07

Source : China Central Television (CCTV)

Restrictions : No access Chinese mainland

More



Login
Username
Password
code
Sign In
OK