|Highways, Expressway, Railways and Bridges|
ITD has the distinction of being the first private road and highway contractor in Thailand and the only Thai contractor with a continuous record of road and highway construction since the Thai Government first invited private contractors to participate in road construction in 1963.
The railways system in Thailand has been undergoing a major upgrading programme since 1991 with the introduction of double tracks to many routes. ITD has been at the forefront of this effort, undertaking approximately 193.5 km to date. The civil works component of this State Railway of Thailand (SRT) programme is traditional ITD work, whilst the new to ITD railway track technology was provided by internationally recognised joint venture partners.Supporting these SRT projects, ITD established a concrete sleeper manufacturing facility with a capacity of 25,000 sleepers per month and high quality quarry and material processing plant providing 77,500 m3 of good quality railway ballast and aggregates each month.
In Taiwan, ITD, with local partner Evergreen Construction Corporation, is successfully undertaking the construction of 27.3 km of the elevated support structure for the Taiwan High Speed Rail System and has commenced construction of the Nankang Underground Station that interchanges between the National Rail System and the High Speed Rail System in Taipei.
ITD, with its balanced resources of skilled manpower, equipment and finances, has the strength and desire to meet the challenges presented by clients' tight programmes and innovative designs with a high quality product delivered economically and on time.
The record :
Highways and Expressways
Elevated expressways and bridge projects are strongly supported by ITD's "in-house" ISO 9002 certified precast concrete factory and structural steel fabrication facilities, along with a comprehensive inventory of general and specialist plant and equipment. ITD generally fabricates its own specialised elevated expressway segment launching equipment.
Ramindra - Art Narong Expressway
Don Muang Tollway Extension(September 1997 - November 1998)
Construction of Route No.11 Phitsanulok - Uttaradit Section II(January 2002 - January 2004)
Experience• Don Muang Tollway Extension (September 1997 - November 1998)
Extension of 7.3 km of the existing 6-lane elevated Don Muang tollway including lighting system, toll collecting system, toll plaza and control building.
• Talingchan - Buddhamonthon 2 Highway, Section 3 (May 1996 - January 1998)
Construction of 3.3 km long highway and elevated highway on Route No. 338 from Talingchan to Buddhamonthon 2 in Bangkok, including water pipeline and telephone duct bank system.
• North - South Sathorn Road (January 1995 - July 1997)
Construction of a 6 lane road in Bangkok with a length of 3.7 km, including the power utilities and a concrete pipe trunk main 1,200 mm in diameter.
• Expressway Ramp Improvement (July 1995 - March 1997)
Design and construction of 3 ramps for the First Stage Expressway, with 14,000 t of steel.
• Bangkok - Chonburi New Highway, Section 2F (Bang Pakong Interchange) (October 1994 - July 1997)
Construction of 2.23 km of the Bang Pakong Interchange on Route No. 314 from Bangkok to Chonburi. The interchange has 4 lanes of asphaltic concrete pavement.
• Bangkok - Chonburi New Highway Project, Section 3-A/1 (August 1994 - May 1997)
Construction of the highway from Route No. 314 to Route No. 315, with a total length of 4.3 km.
• Ramindra - Art Narong Expressway (August 1994 - January 1997)
Construction with precast prestressed concrete girders of a 6 lane elevated expressway with a total length of 9.8 km.
• Bang Pakong Bridge (October 1994 - July 1997)
Construction of the new Bang Pakong bridge on route No. 34 from Bangkok to Chonburi. The bridge is 2 lanes in each direction.
• BMA Flyovers (August 1992 - July 1994)
Design and construction of 15 BMA flyovers across congested traffic intersections in Bangkok. Total weight of structural steel 35,200 t.
• Saraburi - Nakhorn Ratchasima Highway, Section 2A (February 1991 - August 1993)
Construction of Route No. 2 from Saraburi to Nakhorn Ratchasima with a total length of 20 km.
• Second Stage Expressway System Project, Contract NS 3/4 (September 1990 - February 1993)
Construction of a 5 km long dual 2 and 3 lane elevated highway, including the toll plazas and entry and exit ramps. The rate of launching and erection of the precast segmental girders of 7 spans a week was amongst the world's fastest.
• Thep Kasatri Bridge (Route 402) (October 1989 - September 1993)
Construction of a 12 m wide, 650 m long prestressed concrete bridge joining Phang - Nga to Phuket Istand.
• Samut Sakorn - Bang Khun Thien Highway (October 1985 - August 1987)
Construction of highway Route No. 3242 with a width of 7 m and a length of 17.1 km, including installation of a water pipeline, concrete bridges and retaining walls.
• Samut Prakarn - Klong Dan - Bang Prakong Highway (October 1985 - November 1987)
Construction of an asphaltic concrete highway with a width of 12 m and a length of 35.4 km, with 150 m of concrete bridges.
• Rame 9 Cable Stayed Bridge (October 1984 - July 1987)
Fabrication and erection of the first cable-stayed bridge structure in Thailand with a main span of 450 m.
• First Stage Expressway (Bangna Junction) (1979 - 1982)
Construction of a part of the First Stage Expressway with asphaltic concrete, 5.5 km long with 9 toll plazas and 2,300 m of viaduct interchange.
• Kuala Krai - Gua Musang Highway Contracts 1,2 and 3 (1979 - 1983)
A turnkey contract with the Government of Malaysia for over 100 km of highway construction.
• Sathorn Bridge (September 1978 - November 1982)
Construction of two parallel prestressed concrete bridges each with a total span of 224 m, four approaches each with a total length of 30.5 m and 5 km of 6 lane highway.
• Kuala Lumpur - Serembang Highway (1977 - 1978)
Completion of Federal Route 1, through the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, which was left unfinished by former contractor.
• Trengganu - Tengah Highway (1977 - 1979)
88 km of highway and 12.6 km of feeder roads, including storm drains, culverts and bridges, through hilly jungle terrain with swampy low ground, in the northern part of Malaysia.
• Hetauda - Narayangarh Highway (1976 -1978)
41 km of highway in South Nepal through mountainous areas, including drainage system and bridges.
• Sriracha - Rayong Highway, Section 1 (August 1975 - July 1977)
71 km of highway, including drainage system and bridges.
• Kuala Lumpur - Karak Highway, Section 1 & 3 (1974 - 1977)
A highway construction in Malaysia with a total length of 20.6 km including 4 viaducts over valleys and massive earthworks through mountainous areas.