The Albanian Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure canceled and reopened the August 8th tender procedure for the construction, operation and maintenance of the Arbri Road as a result of some changes. The companies concerned will be able to submit their offers by October 2, 2017. The Albanian website reports.

The road of Arbri is part of the “1 billion euros for infrastructure” project proposed by the Albanian government. The contract will last for 13 years and the estimated budget will amount to Lek 33.6 billion (approximately € 253 million).

The project was already started by former Premier Berisha with the construction of 20.12 km and the partial construction of 15.175 km. The road has a total length of 61.6 km.

The feasibility study was presented at the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure by Gjoka Konstruksion, which will participate in the call with a bonus of 10% of the total score.

Source: medNews