Three sections of the Lugoj-Deva motorway section will be built by two Italian companies, Salini and Secol, and Romanian firms including Tehnostrade and Spedition UMB, Teloxim Con and the local representative of Aldes (Spain). The projects have a total estimated value of about EUR 690 million, excluding VAT, according to wall-street.ro.
The second motorway section will be built by the Italian joint venture Salini-Secol, and the third by the joint venture involving Teloxim Con Consortium Ltd, Comsa SA, Aldes Construcciones SA and Arcadis Eurometudes, with the fourth due to be built by the Tehnostrade-Spedition UMB joint venture.
The three parts cover 71.9 kilometers and the execution works are expected to be finished in two years. The Lugoj-Deva motorway is part of the A1 motorway (Bucharest-Nadlac), which is part of the fourth Pan-European corridor.