The Romania's Highways Company, CNADNR, has awarded 1bn ($1.4bn) in contracts to construct four highway segments of the IV Pan European Corridor.
CNADNR has awarded contracts worth 93m ($134.7m) to a consortium comprising Romstrade, Monteadriano Engenharia e Construcao and Donep Construct to build a portion of the Nadlac – Arad highway in Romania.
The Alpine Bau construction company has won a 100m ($144.9m) contract for the second segment of the Nadlac – Arad highway, which will form a part of the IV Paneuropean Corridor.
Spedition UMB SRL, Tehnostrade SRL and Carena SpA Impresa di Costruzioni have won 51m tender to build a first lot of the Timisoara to Lugoj highway segment, while the 108m second phase of the contract has been secured by Tirrena Scavi SpA, Societa Italiana per Condotte d'Acqua SpA and Cossi Costruzioni SpA.
A consortium comprising Tirrena Scavi, Societa Italiana per Condotte d'Acqua and Cossi Construzioni has secured a 165m ($239m) contract for the first phase of the Lugoj to Deva highway.
CNADNR has awarded a 134m contract to build the first phase of the Orastie-Sibiu highway segment, while Straco Grup SRL and Studio Corona SRL Civil Engineering won a 91.9m contract to carry out the second lot of the highway segment.
Strabag was won 134m ($194m) the first phase of the Orastie-Sibiu highway portion and the second lot has been secured by Straco Grup and Studio Corona Civil Engineering for 91.9m ($133m).
The third lot of the Orastie-Sibiu highway has been awarded to Impregilo for 147m ($213m), whereas the fourth phase has been awarded to a partnership between Astaldi, Euroconstruct Trading '98 and Astalrom for 117m ($169.5m).