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24 state-owned enterprises are fully promoting 430 reconstruction projects

24 state-owned enterprises are fully promoting 430 reconstruction projects
24 state-owned enterprises are fully promoting 430 reconstruction projects

Original title: 24 state-owned enterprises are fully promoting 430 reconstruction projects

Reporter Lu Yang Sunjie

After the severe rainstorm disaster in late July and early August this year, Beijing’s state-owned enterprises took action when they heard about the “flood” and immediately rushed to the most difficult and dangerous places in the disaster areas such as Fangshan and Mentougou. The reporter learned from the Municipal State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission that as of now, 24 municipal state-owned enterprises are undertaking a total of 430 post-disaster reconstruction projects in four categories including infrastructure, public services, financial support, and people’s livelihood services in the three districts of Mentougou, Fangshan, and Changping, and are fully promoting the project. Resume rebuilding tasks.

Quickly set out to seize the “lifeline”

Encountered the rare heavy rainfall in 140 years, many places in Fangshan District were cut off, had power outages, and were disconnected from the Internet. In order to rush to the disaster area for rescue as soon as possible and deliver supplies to the people in the disaster area, it was urgent to open up the interrupted roads and collapsed bridges. On the evening of August 2, Beijing Urban Construction received the task of going to Fangshan for rescue and disaster relief, and organized personnel and equipment to advance to Fangshan overnight.

“The road was damaged in more than 30 places, with the longest breaking point nearly 200 meters. In some places, the entire roadbed and road surface were washed away.” Fu Yongpan, executive deputy commander-in-chief of the Fangshan Post-Disaster Recovery and Reconstruction Headquarters of the Civil Engineering General Contracting Department of Beijing Urban Construction Group Recalling the first time I arrived at Junhong Road in Fangshan, I said with regret. There is no room for any delay, hundreds of machines and equipment are working at the same time, and all frontline staff are working hard day and night. By around 20:30 on August 5, after 38 hours of continuous fighting, the 15-kilometer lifeline of Junhong Road was cleared, opening a “lifeline” for more than 10,000 villagers in Da’anshan Township, Fangshan.

In addition, Beijing Urban Construction also rushed to open the Mentougou 109 National Highway from Xihulin to Junyi within 37 hours, opening up the “lifeline” of emergency rescue in western Beijing.

Beijing Construction Engineering also worked day and night to head towards the disaster area, and many “lifelines” such as National Highway 108, Laibao Road, Lutuo Road, and Nanyan Road were urgently opened. Among them, in the early morning of August 3, less than an hour after Beijing Construction Engineering received the task, personnel, machinery and equipment were organized and quickly went out to 10 villages in Qinglonghu Town to carry out emergency rescue and disaster relief, providing relief for Fozizhuang on National Highway 108. An 18-kilometer “life channel” has been opened from Jiayukou Township to Shijiaying Township.

 More than 3 million cubic meters of dredging was carried out in emergency operations

On August 18, the dredging and environmental restoration work in Shidu Town, which was carried out by Beijing Urban Construction and other units, was basically completed, and the Juma River water returned to clear waves. Shidu Town, deep in the Taihang Mountains, was once a well-known tourist resort in Beijing, but due to its undulating mountainous landscape, it has become one of the most severely affected towns in Fangshan District. After five days and nights of continuous dredging, the main roads along the Juma River have resumed orderly traffic.

On the same day, the dredging work in Shuiyuzui Village, Miaofengshan Town, Mentougou, which was undertaken by Beijing Construction Engineering Group, was basically completed. The “No. 1 Village on the West Beijing Ancient Road” adjacent to the Yongding River was exposed from the thick mud. The local villagers finally I see hope of returning to normal production and life.

At the end of August, the post-disaster environmental restoration work in Fangshan, Mentougou and other disaster-stricken areas came to an end with the hard work of batches of state-owned enterprise “iron troops”. Roads are now open again and rivers are back to their original state, which warms the hearts of every household.

According to statistics, during the post-disaster environmental recovery stage, Beijing Urban Construction dispatched more than 18,000 rescue personnel and more than 10,000 pieces of machinery and equipment from August 13 to August 29 to complete the construction of three towns in Yanchi, Zhaitang and Qingshui in Mentougou District. Road dredging in 72 villages, as well as about 289 kilometers of road cleaning, maintenance, and upgrading tasks in more than 10 towns and villages, including Shidu Town and Puwa Township, Fangshan District. A total of more than 600 kilometers of roads were cleared in two districts, and the amount of dredging exceeded 2 million cubic meters.

As of August 20, Beijing Construction Engineering has completed dredging tasks in 24 villages and 4 roads, including Miaofengshan Town, Wangping Town, and Datai Street in Mentougou District; it has completed 18 dredging tasks in Hebei Town, Xiayunling Township, Fangshan District, etc. The dredging task of a village. A total of 1.136 million cubic meters of sediment was dredged in these two areas, 44 kilometers of rivers were cleaned, emergency repairs of sewage pipe networks in 69 villages were completed, and 313.8 kilometers of roads were improved and maintained. At present, the cumulative mileage of Beijing Construction Engineering’s reconstructed roads and infrastructure projects has exceeded 500 kilometers.

  Public services in disaster areas are restored at an accelerated pace

At present, the disaster-stricken areas in Beijing have fully entered the post-disaster recovery and reconstruction stage, and municipal state-owned enterprises are still the main force.

The reporter learned that 12 municipal state-owned enterprises including Construction Engineering Group, First Development Group, First Capital Group, Urban Construction Group, and First Development Group were responsible for 313 infrastructure projects, of which Fangshan District and Mentougou District accounted for the majority, reaching 108 and 199 respectively. item. Among them, the total construction volume of roads and rivers reached 874.7 kilometers, and the total housing construction volume reached 94,000 square meters.

Public services in disaster areas are also being restored at an accelerated pace. Ten municipal state-owned enterprises including Construction Engineering Group, Drainage Group, Shougang Group, and Shougang Group are promoting the improvement of 68 bus stations, 153 public toilet facilities, and nearly 600,000 square meters of ecological environment, as well as the improvement of water, gas, heating, and communication facilities. construction. These include water damage repair projects for township drainage facilities in Mentougou District, emergency repair projects for reclaimed water supporting the circular economy industrial park, reconstruction projects for reclaimed water plants, food waste resource utilization projects, and water supply facility pipeline repair projects.

Restoration and reconstruction are inseparable from financial support. Four municipal financial enterprises including Beijing Rural Commercial Bank and Bank of Beijing provide 80 comprehensive financial support projects such as credit, leasing, guarantees, and insurance, with a total loan amount of 2.07 billion yuan, of which 1.97 billion yuan has been disbursed so far.

(Editors: Chi Mengrui, Bao Congying)

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