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Spanish FCC to build the infrastructure the second bridge on Danube

Date: 29.10.2007

FCC Construccion of Spain would build the infrastructure adjoining the Vidin-Kalafat bridge under an agreement signed between representatives from the transport ministry and the developer, reported on October 26.

Under the terms of the 62.6 million euro deal, FCC Construccion will build a 15 km railway line, the electrical and lighting system, an international cargo railway station, the reconstruction of a railway station, four two-level transport links and eight bridges.

The Spanish developer is expected to finalise works through 2010.

Also on October 26, the Transport Ministry signed a deal with a tie-up led by High-Point Rendel of the UK for oversight of construction works on the adjoining infrastructure.

The value of the contract is 2.7 million euros and the contractual term is 37 months. The contract foresees on-site oversight to ensure full compliance with the construction specifications, services related to checking and testing, certification of interim and final payments, confirmation of interim tests, among others.

Several of the subcontractors on both agreements would be Bulgarian companies, Transport Ministry officials said.

Bridge construction works both in Bulgaria and Romania are due to start in early spring next year and to be completed by the end of 2010. Both countries tipped FCC as contractor.

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