Chinese company to help build $200 (TND 620) million bridge in Tunisia’s Bizerte.
The Chinese company, Sichuan Road and Bridge Group (SRBG), won the tender to complete the main section of the new Bizerte bridge project, the Ministry of Equipment and Housing, announced, Wednesday in a press release.
Construction is expected to commence in the first quarter of 2024 and will take three years to complete.
These two sections are being built by Tunisian companies. The first phase concerns the work linking the south and west of the region through the construction of a 4.7 km long motorway equipped with 3 transformers at the intersection of national road 8 and the A4 motorway.
A highway which constitutes the starting point of the project from the entrance of the technological center to the entrance to the town of Menzel Abderrahmane, while the third section, linked to the northern link, consists of the construction of a highway of 2.7 km with the construction of a transformer at National Road 11 leading to Menzel Bourguiba.
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