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Bam and Aarsleff win £33M Tanzania road contract

Aarsleff and Bam have won a £33M contract to rehabilitate 68km of main road in Tanzania for the Tanzania National Roads Agency (Tanroads).

The 68km section between Iringa and Mafinga is part of the main road to Zambia and is an extension of another ongoing 150km road project from Iyovia to Iringa, which the joint venture expects to finish in September 2011.

In addition, the Aarsleff/Bam joint venture is currently rehabilitating 95km of main road between Laela and Sumbawanga in south-west Tanzania.

The work will begin immediately and is expected to last 22 months. The project is financed through Danida Mixed Credits.

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