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Strabag to renovate Dubrovnik Airport in €122 million deal

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European-based construction group Strabag is renovating the runways under a €122 million deal to modernise and expand Dubrovnik Airport in Croatia.

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Works, including upgrading of runway lighting system should be completed by the autumn of 2019, WorldHighways reports.

The works also include the construction of a rescue and fire station, a hangar and several service and administration buildings.

The contract is being carried out by a joint venture in which Strabag holds a 53.92% share.

Dubrovnik Airport plays a crucial role in providing access to the old historic city.

The project involves the excavation of more than 1.5 million m³ of material and will require 247,000 tonnes of asphalt and 58,000m³ of concrete.


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