Hill International Consolidates Eastern Europe Presence With new Local Roads Improvement Project in the Republic of Moldova
PHILADELPHIA and BUCHAREST, Romania – Hill International (NYSE:HIL), the global leader in managing construction risk, announced today it has been selected by the World Bank to provide Construction Supervision Services for the Local Roads Improvement Project in the Republic of Moldova.
As a member of an international consortium, Hill will provide Contract Administration, Engineering, and Financial Supervision services for civil works contracts of the regional and local roads improvement works in Moldova to confirm civil works are carried out in full compliance with the engineering design, technical specifications, and other contract documents.
The civil works consist of rehabilitation and upgrading of over 150 km of regional and local roads priority corridors. Works will be carried out in phases with an available budget of US75 million.
“We are honored to support the partnership between the World Bank and the Government of Moldova to sustain the country’s development by providing safe and sustainable road accessibility to education, health, and market facilities,” said Panagiotis Methenitis, Hill’s Vice President and Managing Director for Balkans. “Our consortium will provide the oversight and supervision necessary to make certain these vital projects are achieved as-planned.”
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