Inaugurated and opened to the public on March 29, 2013, the Tran Thi Ly Bridge is over 700 m long and 33 m wide. Located in Da Nang, Vietnam, a city envisioned as a vibrant city of bridges, the Tran Thi Ly Bridge serves as one of its main landmarks. Spanning over the Han River and connecting the Hai Chau, Son Tra, and Ngu Hahn Son districts, the bridge is a cable-stayed continuous bridge with a total length of 731 m and a width of 34.5 m.
The spans comprising the bridge are as follows: 4 side spans of the main bridge at 50 m each, a main span (cable-stayed) of 230 m, and 7 side spans of the approach bridge with 5 spans of 50 m each and 2 spans at 28.8 and 27.2 m. Featuring a single central pylon support towering 145 m above sea level and 134 m above the bridge deck, the pylon is inclined 12 degrees towards the west abutment and is equipped with a panoramic elevator that provides access to the cable anchorage area at its top. The cables connected at the top of the pylon form a semi harp pattern, with the pylon and piers made of reinforced concrete. The bridge supports are founded on cast-in-situ reinforced concrete bored piles.
DCCD, together with ALAI, another local engineering firm, provided construction supervision for the project, with engineering services completed in 2013.