The lowest bid for the extension of the Warsaw Metro extension was given by Turkish Gulermak

The lowest bid for the expansion of the Warsaw Metro was given by Turkish Gulermak: The companies offered their tenders for the expansion of the Polish subway Warsaw subway. Five companies for the western part of the Warsaw subway and four companies for the eastern part of the city offer proposals. The planned second line includes the 6 station.


The lowest bid for the construction of the western part of the line was offered 1,15 billion zloty for the eastern part of the 260 billion zloty (about 1,066 million euros). The lowest bid was submitted by the Turkish company Gülermak (5 billion zloty) from the 1,15 company, which is offering a bid for the Western section. The highest bid was given by Metrostav Polan SA, with the 1,8 billion zloty.

For the eastern part of the line, the lowest bid was given by the Italian company Astaldi SpA (1,066 billion zloty) and the highest bid was given by Budimex SA with the 1,83 billion zloty.

3,4 km for the western part of the line, and the new section for the eastern part of the 3,12 km will be built. The contract will be finished after the 38 month after the contract is signed according to the terms of the tender.


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