Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs (MoTMA)
Project Management and Works Supervision
Consulting Services for the Supervision of Tunnel Construction and Road Reconstruction Berane – Kolašin, Lubnice – Jezerine Road Section
The reconstruction of the Berane to Kolašin road and its upgrading to regional road status was considered as a high priority by the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs’ (MoTMA) strategy for development of Montenegro’s regional road network.
This road provides a direct link from the regional center at Berane to the national M-9 road at Kolašin, which will halve the distance between Berane and Kolašin on the national route. The road was in a very poor condition with several sections being frequently closed during the winter. The reconstruction and upgrade of the road was necessary to improve access to Montenegro’s relatively undeveloped north-east region, which borders Serbia and Kosovo.
One civil works contract for Works of Tunnel Construction and Road Reconstruction on Lubnice – Jezerine road section, km 10+321.910 – km 24+757.540 was awarded in Q2/Q3 2016 for the following sections of road:
- Location Lubnice-Jelovica from km 10+321.910 to km 16+932.409 (overall length 6.61 km), works on: road, supported walls and geotechnical constructions and bridge/culverts and gallery (80 m).
- Location Jelovica from km 16+932.409 to km 19+933.339 (overall length 3.01 km), works on: road, supported walls and geotechnical construction and bridge/culvert
- Location Klisura from km 19+933.339 to km 23+798.963 (overall length 3.87 km), works on: road, bridge/culvert, bridge (Bridge Jezerine), road tunnel NATM (2,814 m) and 2 evacuation tunnels
- Location Jezerine from km 23+798.963 to km 24+757.540 (overall length 0.95km), road, supported walls and geotechnical constructions.
The approximate value of the project was 70 mln Euro (funded by EBRD).
IRD Engineering performed the functions of the Engineer according to FIDIC Red Book Conditions of Contract for Construction for Building and Engineering Works Designed by Employer (1999).