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RB Rail AS has announced two open competitions – “Quality Assessment Study on Usage of Local Mineral Materials for Rail Baltica Railway Project” and “Technical Study and Design Proposals for Rail Baltica Infrastructure Maintenance Facilities”.
The goal of “Quality Assessment Study on Usage of Local Mineral Materials for Rail Baltica Railway Project” is to identify and assess the suitability of locally produced aggregates and propose technically and financially feasible solutions to maximize the usage of locally used soils and aggregates for the construction of the Rail Baltica railway line. The three main tasks of the Consultant doing the study in Latvia and Lithuania will be:
The submission deadline of the proposals is October 23, 2018.
The objective of the tender “Technical Study and Design Proposals for Rail Baltica Infrastructure Maintenance Facilities (IMF)” is to form a basis for further actions and relevant procedures for infrastructure maintenance by offering standardized solutions for IMF across the Baltic States. The study will consist of three stages:
The submission deadline of the proposals is October 31, 2018.
More information about the procurement can be found on in Tender section.
Applications shall be submitted electronically using the tools offered by the E-Tenders system:
This article first appeared on www.railbaltica.org
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