Friday 24 April
Basarab cable-stayed bridge – lighting a landmark in Bucharest
Florin Marius Legea, Deputy Executive Director, Planning and Project Preparation Department, City of Bucharest
Basarab Bridge is the biggest and most complex infrastructure project achieved in Romania in the past 20 years. The key component of the closing of Bucharest’s main ring road, it is a new connection that enhances the development of the city in the North-West area and contributes to the flow of the traffic.
Designing and implementing an adapted and modern lighting for Basarab bridge – the longest cable-stayed bridge in Romania, the largest one in Europe, and the most important intermodal node in the country – has been a challenge and a priority for the city.
Florin Marius Legea is an economist. He works within the Transport, Roads and Circulation Planning Department of the city. He is responsible for the elaboration of documents for infrastructure and transport projects – including technical approval, feasibility studies, acquisition, and evaluation of technical parameters. He also participates in elaborating the financial forecast of the Department, as well as preparing the Decisions of the General Municipal Council. Florin is certified as an expert of public acquisitions and European funds and has an extensive experience in environment, safety management systems, health at work and quality management.