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Dec 05, 2023 10:53 EEST
December 5 (SeeNews) - Albania’s power grid operator OSSH said it has signed a 63.3 million leks ($673,000/622,000 euro) contract with a consortium of two local civil engineering companies for the construction of a power line that will connect the substation at Mifol village to the new airport under construction in the southern coastal city of Vlora.
The tie-up between A&E and Vagalat must complete the 35-kV power link within six months, OSSH said in a signed contract notice last week.
A consortium led by Swiss-based Mabco Constructions, a subsidiary of Mabetex Group, which also comprises Turkish company YDA Group and Kosovo-based 2A Group, started building the airport in 2021 under a 103.9 million euro construction, operation and maintenance contract.
Last week, Albania's minister of infrastructure Belinda Balluku said the airport is expected to start operations in March 2025.
Established in 2007, A&E engages in construction services, including the design, implementation, and management of diverse facilities such as residential buildings, social and cultural structures, roads, hydrotechnical works, and airports, according to the country’s business register.
Vagalat, established in 1995, specialises in civil and economic constructions, including aqueducts, sewers, and road construction, along with topographical works.
(1 euro = 101.633 Albanian leks)
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