Portuguese construction company Soares da Costa is set to design and build bridges in Mozambique, as well as correct access roads, the company said in a statement filed with the Portuguese market regulator in Lisbon on Tuesday.
In the statement published by Portuguese regulator CMVM, Soares da Costa said that the contract, worth 21.7 million euros, accounts for 19 percent of the company’s portfolio of orders in Mozambique.
The construction company will design and build bridges across seven rivers in the provinces of Sofala and Manica.
“The contract, awarded by the National Roads Administration, is to design/build nine works of art,” the statement said, “six of which will be made of reinforced concrete (…) and of varying length,” as well as correction of access roads and other related work. (macauhub)