Romania receives 50 bids for construction of three motorway sections.

By bne IntelliNews August 24, 2012
Romania's public roads operator, CNADNR, has received 50 bids from domestic and foreign companies and consortiums for building three stretches (sections two, three and four) of the Lugoj-Deva motorway, Mediafax news agency reported. The three sections have a combined length of 71.9 km. Designs must be completed within six months and construction works are to be finished in approximately two years. According to CNADNR estimates, construction costs per section will slightly exceed RON 1bn (EUR 223mn, VAT excluded). In April 2011, the construction of the first section of the motorway was awarded to the Tirrena Scavi-Societa Italiana per Condotte d'Acqua- Cossi Construzioni consortium, which has asked RON 681mn. The Lugoj-Deva motorway is part of Pan-European Transport Corridor IV.
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