This week the contractor brought in infrastructure to support the work and make operations on the site less messy. Foundation construction is inherently messy in Vietnam since most large building foundations involve drilled piers using massive quantities of water mixed with bentonite clay to stabilize the holes until rebars and concrete are poured in them. The usual construction site is a muddy mess.
This contractor has given a lot of thought about how to layout and do the work, and has prepared the site to be neat and orderly. I notice now that CoteCcons is the main contractor, and they have all the sheds painted two colors of green. They are one of the largest Vietnamese construction companies in Vietnam, and seem to be particularly well-run.
The two concrete runways will make movement of equipment and materials through the site easier and cleaner. The layout is undoubtedly coordinated with the layout of the drilled piers. The concrete pad on the right will be the staging area for the reinforcing bar cages to be dropped into the holes. Brick foundations were formed to support the sheds and keep them out of the mud.