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Old February 21st, 2013, 09:21 PM   #4541
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I am more worried about the environmental impact of building so close to the river. Once this motorway is built it will forever change that particular landscape.
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Old February 22nd, 2013, 12:16 AM   #4542
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Good progress on China-Serbia Friendship Bridge, Belgrade's second Danube crossing:



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Old February 22nd, 2013, 12:25 AM   #4543
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Dimitrovgrad bypass:



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Old February 22nd, 2013, 09:37 AM   #4544
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old pics. i have information that all the bridges (concrete works) are finished there.
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Old February 23rd, 2013, 11:36 PM   #4545
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Wasn't there some information that the contract is being terminated and work frozen?
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Old February 24th, 2013, 12:00 AM   #4546
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No, of course not...the Austrian contractor was given a reprieve for the time being:

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Austrian Alpina Company submitted a new work plan for two sections on Corridor 10 to Serbian Corridors (Koridori Srbije)Enterpriseon Monday. As Alpina promised, the section from Pirot to Dimitrvograd will be completed by the end of this year, which is also the new deadline for some facilities on the bypass around Dimitrovgrad, while the complete route with seven bridges should be released into traffic by the end of 2014. - They followed through the initial contract and delivered the dynamics of works we asked for on time -stated Dmitar Đurović, Director of Corridors. According to this plan, Alpina will continue works in the beginning of the construction season. If that doesn't happen, we are prepared to terminate the contract, to withdraw the banking guarantee and open a tender for the new contractor. We will do this job in cooperation with the World Bank, which is granting a loan for construction of this section of the most important road in Serbia.
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Old March 6th, 2013, 01:39 AM   #4547
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3/4/2013 5:03:00 PM

Drilling of first tunnels on Corridor 11 begins


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GORNJI MILANOVAC/LJIG - The drilling of first tunnel Brdjani between Gornji Milanovac and Cacak on the future motorway from Belgrade to Montenegro began on Monday and it should be completed in two years.

The works are performed by Belgrade-based construction company Planum which started drilling and digging up the materials for both tunnels.

Director of Koridori Srbije (Corridors of Serbia) company Dmitar Djurovic told Tanjug that Brdjani tunnel near the village of the same name would be 455 metres long and represents one of the five tunnels on the 40,3 kilometre section from Ljig to Preljina where construction works are being carried out by Azerbaijani company AzVirt.

Djurovic said that construction companies are performing preliminary works and preparing to launch construction of the remaining tunnels.

In addition to the Brdjani tunnel, companies should also build the 125 metre tunnel Golubac near Ljig and 200 metre long tunnel Veliki Kik, as well as 270 metre long Savnica tunnel near Gornji Milanovac and 887 metre long Sarani tunnel.

The construction works on the expropriated section of land from Brdjane to Preljina are also underway and around eight kilometres should be prepared for paving.

For this purpose, the Azerbaijani government ensured a EUR 300 million loan with the fixed interest rate of 4 percent with the maturity date of 15years and 3 years grace period.




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Old March 6th, 2013, 04:35 PM   #4548
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It looks like some sort of prelim contract with our Chinese friends at CRBC (China Road & Bridge Corp.) concerning construction of Novi Sad-Ruma expressway will be signed this Friday.
The project includes a ~2,5km tunnel under Fruska Gora national park.

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Old March 8th, 2013, 07:11 AM   #4549
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Legal and other preparations that will allow Chinese to begin work on their sections of Serbia's Corridor 11 nearly complete. They will now join local firms and Azeris in carrying out construction on this crucial motorway

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Serbia and Shandong Hi-Speed Group will bulid part of Corridor 11

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Serbia's Minister of Construction and Urban Planning Velimir Ilic met yesterday with First Secretary of the Chinese Embassy to Serbia Chi Lingjun and representatives of the Chinese company Shandong Hi-Speed Group to harmonise details of the agreement on construction of a section of Corridor 11.

Ilic said at the meeting, which was attended by representatives of Serbian public company Koridori Srbije, that the action plan for the realisation of the project is prepared, as well as all documents required to start work.

Lingjun expressed satisfaction over the fact that the Ministry and the Serbian government did all the preparatory work within deadlines and thus enabled the continuation of this project, it is added in the statement.



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We could see some Turkish firms as well...

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Turkey's Dogus eyes construction works on Corridor XI in Serbia - govt

7.3.2013 15:11:00 | Author/Source www.seenews.com

BELGRADE (Serbia), March 7 - Turkey's Dogus Construction Group is interested in participating in the construction of pan-European transport Corridor XI in Serbia, the Serbian government said on Thursday.

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Old March 8th, 2013, 08:46 AM   #4550
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Looks like C11 is getting some steps ahead. Well done!

These projects look like the PPPs under preparations now in Romania for A0 and A3.
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Old March 12th, 2013, 05:33 PM   #4551
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Great progress has been made with long-delayed construction of the new road & rail Zezelj bridge in Novi Sad
















































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Old March 12th, 2013, 05:43 PM   #4552
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Looks like C11 is getting some steps ahead. Well done!

These projects look like the PPPs under preparations now in Romania for A0 and A3.
Speaking of C11 & Romania, some related news...

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Soon, the second phase of the ring road around Vrsac

Construction of ring road around Vrsac will continue this year. The second phase of this club, to Pavliškog times, the most extensive and expensive, because it also contains two bridges, and the value of the works is estimated at a billion dollars. Funds from the republics and provinces depend on the pace of work, but it is possible that this section be completed by year's end.


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Old March 12th, 2013, 05:53 PM   #4553
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And some fresh news concerning Belgrade's motorway bypass...

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Chinese CMEC wants to build a bypass around Belgrade

BELGRADE, 12 March 2013th (Beta) - Chinese state-owned company engineering machinery maker koroprejšn (CMEC) is interested in becoming the head contractor on completion of the ring road around Belgrade, worth 150 million euros, said Tuesday the state secretary of the Ministry of Transport Serbia Miodrag ice.

Of agreement, which would be the basis for future negotiations, should be signed within ten days between CMEC, the company Corridors of Serbia and the Ministry of Transport, Icy said after a meeting with representatives of the Chinese state-owned companies in the Serbian government, which was attended by and transport Minister Milutin Mrkonjic.

"We have a ready project documentation," he said, adding that if the related documents have been signed by that date, "the rest of the work on the bypass could begin early next year."

In his words, "from the ring, with a total length of 45 kilometers, was completed in three quarters, which means that it is left to finish 15-odd kilometers that she had a full profile of the highway."

Icy said that CMEC is interested in providing money for the project from China's development fund worth about ten billion dollars, which is China's government last year approved the investment in 16 countries in Eastern and Southeastern Europe.

He added that if the project was agreed, it was the first job that was carried out in Serbia means that China's development fund.
Current state, as of January 2013 (green - built, pink - U/C, grey - planned)



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Old March 12th, 2013, 07:29 PM   #4554
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BG bypass...

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Old March 12th, 2013, 08:01 PM   #4555
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China Machinery Offers to Build $704 Million Belgrade Bypass

China Machinery Engineering Corp. offered to complete a highway around the Serbian capital that would be financed from a Chinese credit line for infrastructure projects in central and eastern Europe.

The Chinese builder may sign a preliminary agreement with the Serbian government in about 10 days for two sections needed to complete the Belgrade bypass, Serbia’s Transportation Ministry said in an e-mailed statement after talks with the company’s executives in Belgrade today. The work is estimated at 540 million euros ($703 million).

“CMEC is interested to secure the money for realization of the project from the Chinese development fund” which is worth about $10 billion, the Serbian ministry said in the statement, adding that construction of one of the sections may begin in early 2014.
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Old March 12th, 2013, 10:58 PM   #4556
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Speaking of C11 & Romania, some related news...

Soon, the second phase of the ring road around Vrsac

Construction of ring road around Vrsac will continue this year. The second phase of this club, to Pavliškog times, the most extensive and expensive, because it also contains two bridges, and the value of the works is estimated at a billion dollars. Funds from the republics and provinces depend on the pace of work, but it is possible that this section be completed by year's end.
1 Billion dollars?
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Old March 12th, 2013, 11:27 PM   #4557
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1 Billion dollars?
At least, probably even more! And local authorities of municipality of Vrsac will provide all funds....
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Vârseţ is not really a big town, I'm guessing maybe 1 Billion RSD?
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Old March 13th, 2013, 12:31 AM   #4559
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Bloomberg News
China Machinery Offers to Build $704 Million Belgrade Bypass

China Machinery Engineering Corp. offered to complete a highway around the Serbian capital that would be financed from a Chinese credit line for infrastructure projects in central and eastern Europe.

The Chinese builder may sign a preliminary agreement with the Serbian government in about 10 days for two sections needed to complete the Belgrade bypass, Serbia’s Transportation Ministry said in an e-mailed statement after talks with the company’s executives in Belgrade today. The work is estimated at 540 million euros ($703 million).

“CMEC is interested to secure the money for realization of the project from the Chinese development fund” which is worth about $10 billion, the Serbian ministry said in the statement, adding that construction of one of the sections may begin in early 2014.
Serbia must be the regionally most experienced PPP user, along with Croatia maybe. I am interested what is the rate of return expected by the Chinese Development Fund out of such projects.
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Old March 13th, 2013, 02:36 AM   #4560
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Keep in mind that Croatia already built the infrastructure, Serbia is only gearing up so it's too early to call it experienced.
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