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The contractor for the construction of the section of the road Lidog - Vanino
GKU "Khabarovsk Department of Highways" will conclude a contract with OJSC "Dalstroymekhanizatsiya" (Khabarovsk) for the construction of 11 km of the Khabarovsk - Lidoga - Vanino highway, according to the customer's materials on the public procurement website.
The winner offered the price of the contract for the construction of the 127-138 km section of the Khabarovsk - Lidoga - Vanino highway with an access to Komsomolsk-on-Amur at 1,164 billion rubles, with an initial price of 1,34 billion rubles.
The second bidder USK Most OJSC (Moscow) was ready to take on a contract for 1,204 billion rubles. The offer of another participant, Sibmost OJSC (Novosibirsk), almost coincided with the initial price.
The deadline for execution is October 20, 2016. The total length of the highway will be 323 km. The source of funding is the regional budget.
The section of the road will pass through the territory of the Nanai region. In addition to road works at the site, the contractor will have to build a bridge over the Gobilly River.
The construction of the Khabarovsk - Lidoga - Vanino highway with an access to Komsomolsk-on-Amur has been going on since 1999. The rates are low due to the difficult mountainous terrain. The commissioning of the road will speed up the delivery of goods to the ports of Vanino and Sovetskaya Gavan, including from the border provinces of China. The road is a part of the Euro-Asian international transport corridor "Transsib", providing a connection between the south and east of the Khabarovsk Territory with the federal highways Chita - Khabarovsk and Khabarovsk - Vladivostok.
Earlier it was reported that the construction of highways in the Khabarovsk Territory in 2014-2018 could cost 28,7 billion rubles, including from the federal budget - 22,5 billion rubles, from the regional budget - 4,2 billion rubles.