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Bids in for Estonia’s Pärnu to Uulu street

Procurement of a 10km four-lane street between Pärnu and the village of Uulu in Estonia has attracted six bids, in line with the Estonian Transport Administration.

The six corporations – Verston, Nordecon, GRK, TREV-2, KMG and TREF Nord – submitted bids averaging €33.5 million for the work which is predicted to start out within the third quarter this yr.

Pärnu, with a inhabitants of round 40,000, is the fourth largest metropolis in Estonia and sits round 130km south of the capital metropolis Tallinn. Pärnu is a well-liked summer time vacation many lodges, eating places and seashores and is served by Pärnu Airport. The village of Uulu has a inhabitants of lower than 1,000.

“Next, the correctness of the submitted calculations and the compliance of the tenderers with the qualification and compliance circumstances of the general public procurement have to be checked. After performing the described operations, we will announce with whom the contract shall be signed. The latter shall be revealed within the subsequent few months. We plan to start out building work within the third quarter of this yr, “mentioned

Janar Tükk, head of the infrastructure building and upkeep on the administration, famous that visitors survey exhibits the part could have round 15,000 automobiles per day with heavy items automobiles making up about 20% of the quantity.

Work will embrace two visitors junctions, a number of pedestrian tunnels and wildlife crossings.

The administration went out to tender late final yr and anticipated bids of round €38.4 million, with building to start out by this month. “This is likely one of the greatest investments into freeway infrastructure within the coming years,” Hannes Vaidla, head of the administration’s western infrastructure division, mentioned on the time.

Design work for the mission has been executed by infrastructure consulting engineers Skepast & Puhkim, based mostly in Tallinn, and building ought to take round 30 months. The mission is funded with assets from the European Cohesion Fund.

The Estonian Transport Administration was created on 1 January 2021 by merging the Civil Aviation Administration, the Road Administration and the Maritime Administration.


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