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Strabag Builds Hydroelectric Power Plant in Bosnia-Herzegovina Worth € 57 Million

Published: January 11, 2016; 18:30 · (FriedlNews)

A consortium consisting of Austrian construction group Strabag and Croatian industrial company Končar has been awarded the contract to build the Vranduk power plant on the river Bosna on behalf of energy supply company JP Elektroprivreda BiH.

The 20 MW hydroelectric plant on the river Bosna has a contract value of € 57 million / Picture: © Strabag SE

Strabag AG, with a share of 63.4 %, is leading the consortium.

The 20 MW hydropower plant will be completed for € 57 million within a period of 46 months.

The contract includes the planning of the power station, the construction, supply and installation of all plant and equipment, as well as testing and commissioning. The station will be equipped with three Kaplan turbines.

“We are pleased to be contributing to the development of a regional, sustainable infrastructure with the construction of this power plant”, remarks Division Manager Dragan Pavelic on the occasion of the contract signing on 8 January 2016 in the presence of Martin Prammer, the Austrian ambassador to Bosnia-Herzegovina.