Bandırma Bursa Yenişehir Osmaneli High Speed ​​Line Tender Result

Bandırma Bursa Yenişehir Osmaneli High Speed ​​Line Tender Result; The tender for the "Bandırma Bursa Yenişehir Osmaneli High Speed ​​Line Construction and the Supply of Electromechanical Systems 21 / b" by the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments was held yesterday,


In the first session of the tender of the Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, General Directorate of Infrastructure Investments (AYGM), KİK numbered 2020/390523, Bandırma-Bursa-Yenişehir Osmaneli High Standard Railway Line Construction and Supply of Electromechanical Systems, 1 companies bid. The company that won the tender will be determined as a result of the 5nd session.

Session 1 Result

The companies and their bids for the tender are as follows;

  • Kolin Construction + Yapı Merkezi joint venture 9.853.198.717,54 TL
  • Kalyon Construction 9.990.632.770,65 TL
  • Limak Construction + Heitcap joint venture 10.465.979.260,00 TL
  • Özaltın Construction 11.217.048.037,61 TL
  • İC İçtaş İnşaat 11.751.082.094,46 TL

2nd Session Result

In the first round, Kolin Construction and Construction Center partnership offered 9 billion 853 million 198 thousand 717 TL 54 kuruş, while Kalyon Construction offered 9 billion 990 million 632 thousand 770 TL 65 kuruş.

Limak Construction and Heitcap partnership offered 10 billion 465 million 979 thousand 260 TL, while Özaltın İnşaat's proposal was 11 billion 217 million 048 thousand 037 TL 61 kurus, and the proposal of İC İçtaş İnşaat was 11 billion 751 million 082 thousand 094 TL.

If it's in the bargaining part in the second round, Kalyon Construction'of 9 billion 449 million pounds his offer was accepted.

What is 21 / b?

One of the ways in the bargaining procedure article of the Public Procurement Law. It is used in cases of disaster, epidemic, unpredictable situation and special construction technique (added 2 years ago). In this method, the institution that makes the tender does not have to be publicly announced. He can call the companies he wants.



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