Turkish company Alsim Alarko Sanasy wins auction to build first part of Bucharest ring road

Aurel Dragan 07/05/2018 | 08:45

The winner of the contract for the design and execution of the first lot (Lot 1) of the Bucharest ring road is Alsim Alarko Sanayi Tesislerive ve Ticaret AS from Turkey, according to the National Company for Road Infrastructure Administration (CNAIR). The price set for the construction is RON 830.68 million, excluding VAT.

Lot 1 will be almost 17 kilometers long (Sector 1, km 52 + 070 – km 52 + 770, North and 2nd District, km 52 + 770 – km 69 + 000). Alsim Alarko won with a total score of 98.25 points, of which 60 points for the financial component and 38.25 points for the technical component.

On April 26, the Association Spedition UMB SRL – Tehnostrade SRL – Artera Proiect SRL was designated the winner of the contract for the design and execution of the 3rd lot of the Bucharest ring road with a total score of 96.28 points, out of which 58.03 points for the financial component and 38.25 points for the technical component. The construction and design of Lot 3, with a length of approximately 18 km, amounts to RON 882.36 million, excluding VAT.

The Public Procurement Contract for Lots 1 and 3 of the Bucharest Motorway will be signed after all appeals or complaints formulated in the award procedure have been resolved.

“The bid for the last batch of this project is in the final stage of evaluation, and next week the winner will be announced,” CNAIR points out.

The three lots of the Bucharest South-Ring Motorway will have a total length of about 52 kilometers and once completed, they will link A1 to A2. In the amount of approximately EUR 580 million, the entire project will allow decongestion of traffic in the southern area of ​​Bucharest and will ensure the transit traffic on the Romanian segment of the 4th Pan-European Corridor.

The design of each lot of the Bucharest South-Ring Motorway will take 12 months and the execution 30 months after the contracts are awarded. This project, similar to solutions applied in major European metropolises, is part of the General Transport Master Plan for 2014-2020.

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