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Nov 06, 2017 16:10 EEST
November 6 (SeeNews) - Serbia's government said on Monday it plans to launch a tender for the overhaul of the Ub-Lajkovac section of Pan-European Corridor XI due to the poor quality of the construction works completed in 2014.
The reconstruction project is expected to cost about 1.07 billion dinars ($10.5 million/9 million euro), the government said in a statement.
Serbia's road transport agency has completed an inspection of the road section which showed that instead of solid material, the contractor used clay as a basis before laying the asphalt, the government said.
Serbian companies Putevi Uzice and Planum completed the construction of the 12.5 kilometre stretch in December 2014. The project's cost stood at 6.0 million euro ($7.0 million) per kilometre on average, the government said back then.
Corridor XI is a ferry/motorway corridor linking Italy's Bari to Romania's Bucharest via Montenegro's Bar port and Serbia's Belgrade.
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