Izmir Metropolitan Municipality will bid internationally on December 7.2 for the construction of the 20 km F.Altay-Narlıdere Metro line. Giant companies of the building industry will compete to undertake the construction of this large project. 30 companies, including many foreigners, have already shown their interest in the project by getting a tender file.
The giants of the construction industry are getting ready to take a cut race to get the construction work of Narlıdere Metro. İzmir Metropolitan Municipality will carry out the construction tender for the project, which will increase the length of the line to 26 kilometers by transporting the Izmir Metro from Fahrettin Altay to Narlıdere. Announcement of the international tender held on October 20, many organizations are showing interest in Turkey and worldwide. So far, 20 companies, 6 of which are foreign and 24 of which are domestic, have taken the first step before the participation by purchasing tender files. This number is expected to increase further until the tender date.
İzmir Metropolitan Municipality has signed a loan agreement with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development for the F.Altay - Narlıdere line, which will be 7.2 kilometers long, consisting of 7 stations, and has completed the necessary procedures for the tender of the construction work and went on an international tender announcement. The first phase of the 2-stage tender will be held on 20 December 2017. In the first stage, technical proposals will be submitted; As a result of the necessary evaluation, the second stage will be passed and financial offers will be received. Following the completion of the tender phase, it is aimed to start the construction of the line in early 2. The line of 2018-station F. Altay-Narlıdere includes Balçova, Çağdaş, Dokuz Eylül University Hospital, Faculty of Fine Arts (GSF), Narlıdere, Siteler and District Governorate stations. During the construction works, the line will be passed through the "deep tunnel" in order not to negatively affect daily life.