SARAJEVO (Bosnia and Herzegovina), March 4 (SeeNews) – Autoputevi RS, the public highway operator of the Republika Srpska of Bosnia, is launching a pre-qualification tender for a tender of 350 million euros ($383.5 million) for the design and construction of a section of highway that will connect the towns of Johovac and Vukosavlje, the European Union’s public procurement newspaper reported.
The 36-kilometre stretch of highway, which is part of the European Transport Corridor Vc, will include the construction of four interchanges, a cut-and-cover tunnel, four long bridges and a rest area, the government said. notice in Tenders Electronic Daily (TED) in an earlier project description. this week.
The deadline for submitting prequalification documents is April 15. The scheduled date for the launch of the call for tenders is June 1st. The contractor will be required to complete the project within 54 months.
The project is financed by a loan from the European Investment Bank (EIB) and a grant from the Western Balkans Investment Framework (WBIF).
Corridor Vc has a total length of 700 km and connects the port of Ploce in Croatia to Budapest in Hungary, stretching some 340 km through Bosnia.
The Serbian Republic is one of the two autonomous entities that form Bosnia and Herzegovina. The other is the Federation.
($ = 0.9127 euros)