Skanska cheapest bidder for D3 near Žilina, Doprastav consortium for D1

The cheapest bid for constructing a more than four-kilometre stretch of the D3 motorway – Žilina-Strážov and Žilina-Brodno – has been presented by Skanska at around €190 million. The second-cheapest offer came from Eurovia – almost €255 million – ahead of a consortium of Váhostav-SK, Doprastav and Strabag – slightly less than €259 million. The envelopes containing bids for constructing this D3 stretch were opened November 21. The state had assessed that the stretch may cost some €284 million, the TASR newswire wrote. It is expected that the construction work may take three years. Financed from the state budget, the project includes four bridges and a 2.2-kilometre long tunnel called Považský Chlmec. Apart from the tunnel, another difficult section is a 1.4-kilometre long bridge to be constructed over the Hričovská Priehrada water reservoir. The state expects that 8,800 cars per day may travel this stretch in 2041.

The cheapest bid for constructing a more than four-kilometre stretch of the D3 motorway – Žilina-Strážov and Žilina-Brodno – has been presented by Skanska at around €190 million. The second-cheapest offer came from Eurovia – almost €255 million – ahead of a consortium of Váhostav-SK, Doprastav and Strabag – slightly less than €259 million.

The envelopes containing bids for constructing this D3 stretch were opened November 21. The state had assessed that the stretch may cost some €284 million, the TASR newswire wrote. It is expected that the construction work may take three years. Financed from the state budget, the project includes four bridges and a 2.2-kilometre long tunnel called Považský Chlmec. Apart from the tunnel, another difficult section is a 1.4-kilometre long bridge to be constructed over the Hričovská Priehrada water reservoir. The state expects that 8,800 cars per day may travel this stretch in 2041.

A consortium of companies composed of Doprastav, Váhostav-SK, Strabag and Metrostav has offered the cheapest bid to construct a more than 11-kilometre stretch of the D1 motorway, Hričovske Podhradie-Lietavská Lúčka, for €427 million, TASR informed. The second-cheapest bid was presented by a consortium of Alpine, Texo Partner, Tubau and Doprastav Export – €463 million.

The state had originally expected that the construction might cost €487.6 million. The project should take four years to complete. It is set to include 11 bridges and two tunnels (Ovčiarske – 2.47 km and Žilina – 687 metres). It is being assessed that 30,420 cars per day should use this stretch of road in 2038.

(Source: TASR)
Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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