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Poland Infrastructure Rail Baltica project in Lithuania new tendering procedure

LTG Infra, the company responsible for the implementation of the Rail Baltica project in Lithuania, launched a new tendering procedure to select companies matching qualification requirements to build the railway embankment, construct engineering structures and access roads on the railway section between Kaunas and the Lithuanian-Latvian border. The estimated value of contract works – about EUR 1,050 billion excluding VAT.

Major procurements for the Rail Baltica construction works and construction supervision services are conducted using a dynamic purchasing system (DPS). The DPS functions in such a way that in its first stage a group of tenderers matching qualification requirements is formed, which is open throughout the DPS period (with an extension for 60 months) to any company whose qualification and documentation meet the set requirements. In case of the need for a specific procurement, companies that have passed the first stage are invited to participate in the second stage and submit price-quality bids for specific work and contract. Companies can apply throughout the DPS period, but are encouraged to do so immediately, as specific procurements will involve only pre-qualified suppliers.

The procurement and the documents – Procurement no. 21708 of contracting works for the project “Construction of the Rail Baltica line on the section Kaunas-Panevezys-It/Iv (Phase i): construction of a new double track embankment, engineering structures and roads”

Rail Baltica is the largest railway infrastructure project in the history of the Baltic States. During its implementation, an electrified European standard-gauge railway line will be laid down along the entire Rail Baltica route. The construction works for the project, which is planned to be valued at 5.8 billion euro, are the largest investment in the Baltic States and is intended to improve mobility and travel opportunities, develop business, tourism and goods exchange in the region.

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