Bulgaria gets 8 Bids in 68 Million Euros Tender for 16.3 km Section of Hemus Motorway
Friday, 14 October 2016
Bulgaria has received 8 bids in a tender for the construction of a 16.3 km section of Hemus motorway, estimated to cost 133 million levs ($75.3 million/68 million euro), the country's road infrastructure agency announced on Tuesday.
The section, between the village of Belokopitovo and the town of Targovishte, in northeastern Bulgaria, is the second out of four planned sections for extension of Hemus motorway, which should link the capital of Sofia and the Black Sea city of Varna. Works on the 16.3 km section will comprise the construction of a major road junction and six viaducts.
The construction works should be completed within 910 days, the Road Infrastructure Agency said in a press release.