Viadukt and Hering to build Sava bridge at Croatia-Bosnia border

A syndicate of bidders including the Zagreb-based Viadukt and the Hering company, headquartered in Siroki Brijeg, southern Bosnia-Herzegovina, have been chosen to build a bridge in Svilaj as part of the Croatian motorway towards Bosnia and Herzegovina.

The value of the entire project is estimated at EUR 22.3 million without Value Added Tax, according to a press release issued by Viadukt on Tuesday.

The Croatian motorway operator (HAC) commissioned the construction of the bridge across the Sava River.

Last update: Tue, 19/04/2016 - 16:22
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