Rehabilitation of Road II-81 Montana – Lom
The project is funded under PHARE Bulgaria – Romania Cross Border Cooperation Programme. The rehabilitated road section is 41 km long. The construction and assembly works were carried out under heavy traffic conditions. As a result of the rehabilitation activities, the maximum load bearing capacity of the road has increased to 11.5 tons per axle.
Lot 4, Rehabilitation of a Road Section from Road I-6 Sofia – Pirdop
The project includes rehabilitation of a 55.4 km section of the first-class Road I-6 Sofia – Pirdop. The road runs along a hilly and mountainous terrain passing through several towns and villages. The purpose of the rehabilitation works is to restore and improve transport efficiency, drainage and operational characteristics of the road, while preserving the existing road pavement and prescribed traffic speed – 50, 60 and 80 km/hour.
The project was executed under conditions of uninterrupted heavy traffic flow.
The project was implemented under the Government Investment Loans Programme funded by the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development and co-financed by the state budget.
Employer:Ministry of Regional Development and Public Works, Road Infrastructure Agency
Contractor:Patstroy-92 AD, PAM 2009 DZZD Consortium (with leader Patstroy-92 AD)
Project implementation period:October 2009 – September 2012