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SOFIA (Bulgaria), June 11 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA) said on Tuesday that five consortiums are competing in the tender for providing supervision services in the project for construction of two lots of Hemus motorway.
Three of the candidates, among which a Bulgarian-Austrian consortium, have filed their offers for Lot 1, while two bidders will compete for Lot 2, the government agency said in a press release.
The estimated value of the contract for supervision services for the first lot is 9.2 million levs ($5.3 million/4.7 million euro) and 13.1 million levs for the second.
The two lots form part of the 134-km long stretch of Hemus motorway that would link Boaza road junction some 100 km east of Sofia to the city of Veliko Tarnovo, in central northern Bulgaria.
In December 2018, the construction works were assigned to state-owned civil engineering company Avtomagistrali without a public procurement procedure. For this purpose, the company has been provided with 1.35 billion levs in funding by the government.
The 420-km long Hemus motorway is designed to link Sofia to Varna, on the Black Sea coast. A total of 170 km of the motorway have already been built.
The five competing groups candidates are presented as follows:
|Lot 1||Hemus TiC 2019 - Test Consulting; Ipsilon Consult;iC consulenten Ziviltechniker|
|Hemusstryconsult - T7 Consult; Plovdivinvest;AE Dozoring, s.r.o.; HTCC - Consultengineering; Totema – proekt|
|Hemus consult - Ruteks; Putinvest - engineering; Logistika - 21; Putconsult 2000; Ingconsultproekt|
|Lot 2||Hemus control - Tri - S; PS Consult; Traffic Holding; NR Consult; Plan Invest; Kontpas; Arnaudov Consult, Bul Invest Kontrol; Stroy Tech Nadzor; Transconsult - BG|
|IDEI - Intcons; Infram a.s.; Expert Decisions|
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)