The National Authority for Tunnels (NAT) accepted technical proposals from three companies to conduct consultancy for the train storage at Kozzika station on the first metro line.
The concerned committee accepted the proposal from Getinsa-Payma, which scored a 92.9% evaluation. The second accepted proposal came from Molinari Beckett, with 89.2% in evaluation. The third company is EHAF Consulting Engineers, with a 85.3% evaluation.
A winning company will be chosen after inspecting the financial bids.
NAT recently assigned the implementation of the first part of the first phase of the fourth metro line to the Egyptian Company for Constructions, known previously as Mukhtar Ibrahim, for EGP 38.6m. The project includes changing the routes of the facilities networks that conflict with the implementation of the first part of the first phase of the fourth metro line, which includes five metro stations.
The same company was also awarded the project for changing the routes of facilities networks that conflict with the second part of the first phase of the fourth metro line at a cost of EGP 38.5m, which includes seven stations.