Following the pre-qualification applications for the "Dikimevi-Natoyolu Rail System Line Construction Work", Ankara Metropolitan Municipality announced the second stage construction tender on November 2. After reviewing the submitted prequalification documents EBRDWith the latest evaluation of; Among the 11 companies that applied for the tender, 9 companies met the prequalification conditions and were invited to the tender. While the tender is planned to be concluded at the end of January, the contract is aimed to be signed in March.
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality continues to expand its rail systems network in order to provide fast, technological, comfortable and accessible transportation worthy of the capital.
The Metropolitan Municipality, which signed a loan agreement with the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) and the French Development Agency (AFD), went to the second stage after the pre-qualification tender for the "Dikimevi-Natoyolu Rail System Line" and announced the construction tender on November 2.
SLOW: “WE CONTINUE WITHOUT SPEEDING”
Making a statement on the issue on his social media accounts, Ankara Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mansur Yavaş used the following statements:
“After the pre-qualification tender of Dikimevi-Natoyolu (Mamak) Metro, we moved to the 2nd stage. As a result of EBRD's final evaluations, 9 pre-qualified companies were invited to tender. We aim to conclude the tender at the end of January. At the same time, we continue the project work of our other metro lines without slowing down. tender process FROM HERE you can follow."
9 COMPANIES MEET THE PRE-QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
Following the review of the submitted prequalification documents, and with the final evaluation of EBRD; Among the 11 companies that applied for the tender, 9 companies met the prequalification conditions and were invited to the tender. While the tender is planned to be concluded at the end of January, the contract is aimed to be signed in March.
The tender is being conducted in accordance with EBRD's tender rules. The bank continues to review the entire tender process and tender evaluation report.
Companies that meet the prequalification conditions are as follows:
-Aga – Özgün Partnership
WORKS CONTINUE ON OTHER METRO PROJECTS
Ankara Metropolitan Municipality; It continues its work for the M9,63 Çayyolu Koru-Bağlıca and Yaşamkent Extension Line, which will consist of 5 stations with a total length of 2 kilometers, the M7,69 Keçiören Şehitler-Ovacık Extension Line, which will consist of 4 stations with a length of 4 kilometers, and the M14,3 Dikmen-Kızılay Line, which will consist of 11 stations with a length of 5 kilometers. In addition, a tender was held for the 6-kilometer M10 Çayyolu and M2 Sincan Junction Line, which will be called M3.