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Bulgaria calls tender for bridge design, construction in Pazardzhik

Jun 24, 2024, 1:04:18 PMArticle by Mihaela Miteva
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June 24 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) said it has launched a 16 million levs ($8.7 million/8.2 million euro) tender for the design and construction of a new road bridge over the Maritsa river in the southern city of Pazardzhik.

Bulgaria calls tender for bridge design, construction in Pazardzhik
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The project envisages preparing a technical design and building a new 181-metre-long bridge, part of the primary road linking the capital Sofia to the second-largest city of Plovdiv, the government agency said in a press release on Friday.

The existing bridge, built in 1964, is in poor condition and will be demolished as repair works on it can no longer ensure compliance with safety requirements, the RIA noted.

Interested parties can submit their offers until July 29. The design works, divided into three stages, have a term of 100 days, while construction and installation are expected to take 400 days.

(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)

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