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NDS prepares tenders for Studenec-Behárovce D1 highway stretch

Construction of the 3.3km Studenec-Behárovce stretch of the D1 highway leading up to the Branisko Tunnel, in the Levoča district of eastern Slovakia, should cost Sk794.3 million (€26.4 million) excluding VAT, according to the National Highway Company (NDS). The highway company plans to announce a tender for construction of the stretch at the end of September this year. The project will be co-financed by the European Union Cohesion Fund, the NDS said in a preliminary announcement in the Official Journal of the European Union. Construction work should start in July 2009 and be completed by November 2011.

Construction of the 3.3km Studenec-Behárovce stretch of the D1 highway leading up to the Branisko Tunnel, in the Levoča district of eastern Slovakia, should cost Sk794.3 million (€26.4 million) excluding VAT, according to the National Highway Company (NDS). The highway company plans to announce a tender for construction of the stretch at the end of September this year. The project will be co-financed by the European Union Cohesion Fund, the NDS said in a preliminary announcement in the Official Journal of the European Union. Construction work should start in July 2009 and be completed by November 2011.

The NDS also plans to announce a competition for construction of a 5.2 km-long stretch of the D1 between Jablonov and Studenec at the beginning of March, 2009. The project should start in November 2009 and be completed within three years. SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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