Turkish Gulermak is the best bidder for Warsaw metro line extension

Turkish Gulermak is the best bidder for Warsaw metro line extension :Five companies have bid for the contract to extend Warsaw’s second metro line west and four to the east.

Warsaw Metro on Monday opened bids in the tender for the construction of six more stations.

The lowest offer on the western section is PLN 1.148 billion (about EUR 260 million), and on the eastern part PLN 1.066 billion.

The city has allocated PLN 3.174 billion for the six new stations.

The lowest bid from among five bidders for the extension from Rondo Daszynskiego in the west was made by Turkish consortium Gulermak – of PLN 1.15 billion – and the highest was by a cnconsortium led by Metrostav Poland SA of PLN 1.8 billion.

In the east the lowest bid was submitted by the Italian consortium Astaldi SpA, of PLN 1.066 billion and the highest PLN 1.833 billion by Budimex SA.

The plan is to build 3.4 km of new westbound track from Rondo Daszynskiego, with the planned stops including “Wolska,” “Moczydło,””Księcia Janusza.” To the east about 3.12 km of new track will be built.

According to the tender documents the construction of the new stations should take no longer than 38 months and could be completed by 2019.

Warsaw City announced the tender in October 2014.


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