The Romanian Railways will modernize 10 train stations

Newsroom 13/01/2011 | 15:16

The Romanian Railways announced it will modernize 10 train stations. These are in towns Giurgiu, Slobozia, Calarasi, Sfantu Gheorghe, Targu Mures, Botosani, Vaslui, Piatra Neamt, Braila and Pitesti.

The total value of the re-modernization projects will be approximately EUR 92,43 million, no VAT.

In order to attribute execution works to companies, The Romanian Railways will organize four public biddings.

The first will refer to train stations Giurgiu (EUR 3.4 million), Slobozia Veche (EUR 6.9 million), Calarasi Sud (EUR 6.2 million). The evaluation of the submitted offers will start on March 21.

The second stations refers to modernization works of stations Sfantu Gheorghe (EUR 9.8 million) and Targu Mures (EUR 10.6 million). Offers will be evaluated starting with March 15.

The third procedure refers to the modernization of train stations in Botosani (EUR 4.6 million), Vaslui (EUR 6.7 million), Piatra Neamt (EUR 5.9 million) and Braila (nearly EUR 9.9 million). Offers will be evaluated starting from March 24.

The fourth public bidding refers to the modernization of the Pitesti train station (EUR 14 million). Offers will be evaluated starting with March 17.

The modernization works are financed from non-reimbursable funds from the European Commission (69.25 percent) and the state budget (30.75 percent).

In deciding the winner, the price will have a weight of 80 percent and the technical details a weight of 20 percent.

Otilia Haraga

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