With the vertical integration of the general contracting industry chain as the core and facing the global market, CHMC provides engineering construction services in the primary modes of EP, EPC and BOT for thermal power generation, hydroelectric power generation, nuclear power generation, thermal cycle power generation, wind power generation and power transmission and transformation projects, forming a complete industrial chain of project establishment, feasibility studies, project planning, investment and financing, investigation, engineering design, construction, equipment supply, installation, commissioning and operation.
China Atomic Energy Experimental Fast Reactor (CAEFR) is the largest investment project in China's "863" project. It is located in Fangshan District, Beijing, and is owned by the China Experimental Fast Reactor Project Command of the China Institute of Atomic Energy Sciences. CHMC takes on the supply, equipment supervision and project management services of two key types of equipment — the reactor inner container and the inner mechanism rotating shield plug.
The Northeast Power Transmission and Transformation Project crosses Liaoning, Jilin and Heilongjiang provinces. The Shenyang-Daqing power transmission and transformation project marks the expansion of the Northeast power transmission and transformation project. The completed project has effectively alleviated power shortages in Northeast China and played an irreplaceable role in revitalizing the old industrial base in Northeast China. By participating in international public bidding, CHMC signed a contract with Northeast Electric Power Group for the Northeast Power Transmission and Transformation Project, as well as the Shenyang-Daqing Power Transmission and Transformation Project. As the general contractor of the project, CHMC provides more than 10,000 tons of steel-cored aluminum strands for the two projects mentioned above.
The Loop-Line Power Transmission Line Project is located in Phnom Penh, the capital of Cambodia, and is owned by the Cambodian National Electric Power Co., Ltd. CHMC has taken on project construction in the EPC general contracting mode, including the construction of a new 230 kV substation, expanding a 230 kV substation, building a new 115 kV substation, expanding a 115 kV substation and building a new 230 kV double-circuit line on the same tower covering 115 km. The two sections of the 115 kV double-circuit line on the same tower cover 35 km and 30 km, respectively.
The rural power grid expansion project in Cambodia is vital to the Kingdom of Cambodia’s efforts to implement the all-village power supply project. CHMC has taken on the project construction by means of EPC general contracting. The first phase of the project includes the rural grid medium voltage (22 kV) lines and the expansion of two 115 kV substations across the four Cambodian provinces of Kampong Cham, Prey Veng, Kampong Speu and Preah Sihanouk.
The owner of this project is the Hydropower Department of the Ministry of Electricity of Myanmar. The construction contents include the transmission line and substation bidding sections of the 230 kV transmission and transformation project of the Myanmar Yeywa Hydropower Station. CHMC was awarded a contract for the design, procurement, transportation, civil construction, installation and commissioning of 230 kV double circuit transmission lines 293 km in length and 230 kV substations.