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Romania calls 2.4 bln lei (504 mln euro) tender for new emergency hospital

Author Mario Tanev
Romania calls 2.4 bln lei (504 mln euro) tender for new emergency hospital Author: Brice Ambrosiak. Licence: Creative Commons

BUCHAREST (Romania), January 7 (SeeNews) - Romania has launched a tender for a 2.4 billion lei ($563 million/504 million euro) contract for the construction of an emergency hospital located on the Bucharest-Targoviste road, public procurement register data shows.

The design and construction of the hospital should take between 18 and 36 months, the tender notice, published last week, reads.

Bidders should prove that they have generated a total turnover of at least 2.4 billion lei in the past three full financial years.

The deadline for submitting offers is February 19.

Bids will be ranked based on price, with 70% weight in the final mark, guarantee period (15% weight), and time for completing works (15% weight).

Back in 2018, Romanian media reported that Bucharest’s district 1 city hall has finished the pre-feasibility study for a new hospital on the Bucharest-Targoviste road and has submitted the zonal urban plan to the general council of Bucharest. The planned investment was 300 million euro with construction expected to last 4-5 years, Ziarul Financiar daily reported at the time.

(1 euro = 4.77 lei)