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Austrian Strabag gets EUR 93m order in Croatia.

(ADPnews) - Apr 22, 2010 - Austrian construction company Strabag SE (WBAG:STR) said today it received a EUR 93 million (USD 124.7m) order to carry out the second phase of a ferry terminal construction at the port of Zadar in Croatia.

The company is near completion of the first construction phase of the Gazenica terminal. Under the new contract, awarded by the Port Authority of Zadar, Strabag will build maritime structures, access roads and basic infrastructure of the terminal. The phase should be completed within 30 months.

According to the company, around 300 workers will be engaged in the second phase. Strabag also said it will continue to co-operate with local suppliers.

The Gazenica project includes the erection of an international terminal, a terminal for coastal navigation, a ferry terminal and a fishing port terminal. Additionally, around 2 km (1.2 miles) of internal port roads and other supporting infrastructure will be constructed.

(EUR 1.0 = USD 1.341)

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Date:Apr 22, 2010
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