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Address: Depozitelor street, no.20, Pitesti,
Arges county, code 110139
Phone no.: +40(0).248/635500
Fax no.: +40(0).248/633765


The UCM Arges Pitesti was founded in 1961 from a group of constructors come from Valea Bistritei – Bicaz for the investment “HPP Arges” – on the river Arges.
Until 1974 the subsidiary head office was in Corbeni Arges and since 1974 up to now it has been in Pitesti.
The main activity of the UCM Arges was the performance of construction – erection works for hydropower developments, water storage and other construction works. These last few years the subsidiary has diversified the area of construction works, by opening new perspectives for its development through a new award system of contacts by successfully participating in tenders.
The UCM Arges started the performance of the river Arges development by erecting the concrete arch dam at Vidraru, then the underground HPP Corbeni Arges and further on by developing the middle and downstream section of the Arges at Curtea de Arges – Prundu – Pitesti.
In 1971 the hydropower development of the river Olt started along section Daiesti – Govora, the works for the hydropower development of the river Dimbovita and Riul Tirgului continued with the erection of the Pecineagu dam and of the HPP Clabucet, of the dam Riusor and of the HPP Lelesti and Voinesti.
At the same time they commissioned the HPP on the Olt river downstream, section Draganesti, Frunzaru, Izbiceni.

Besides the specific hydropower works, the Arges subsidiary has lately approached a wide range of various works from other fields of activity like:
- customs – house Giurgiu – stage II, the largest in South – Eastern Europe;
- water supply of Pitesti;
- civil constructions (blocks of flats, halls, etc.).
They have also been awarded the contract for the waste storage Davidesti, Cimpulung, Albota and Curtea de Arges.
They performed the rehabilitation works of DN 7 Pitesti – Calimanesti and at present they have in progress the works for the motorway Bucuresti – Pitesti in cooperation with the Italian company FAT.
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