M-11 Moscow — Saint Petersburg , Stage 6 : Bid Final Results

The Bid Committee evaluated the results of the Open Bidding Process for the Right to Enter into a Long-Term Investment Agreement on the Construction, Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul and Toll-Based Operation of M-11 Moscow — Saint Petersburg Expressway at Section 6 (km 334 — km 543) in Tver and Novgorod Regions (the First Construction Phase).

Two Expressions of Interest were submitted by USK MOST OJSC and PJSC Mostotrest.

The Committee evaluated the Bidders’ proposals by several criteria, such as work performance experience, organizational and technical proposals for the project implementation, the participant qualification, cost of the Agreement object construction, etc. On the basis of all criteria the highest score was awarded to PJSC Mostotrest that won the Bid.

Please note that the Bidding Process for the Right to Enter into the Long-Term Investment Agreement on the Construction, Maintenance, Repair, Overhaul and Toll-Based Operation of Moscow — Saint Petersburg Expressway at the Section km 334 — km 543 was announced on September 2, 2013. The Bid Documentation was published on the official website of the Russian Federation zakupki.gov.ru under No. 31300527596 and on the website of «RHW» SC.

"RHW" SC and the Bid Winner, PJSC Mostotrest will sign the Long-Term Investment Agreement not later than on December 13, 2013. The project will be implemented under the Long-Term Investment Agreement the term whereof is 26 years. The contract price is RUB 144.6 bln, including RUB 16 bln investment of PJSC Mostotrest.

The construction of 217 km Section of Moscow — Saint Petersburg Expressway will commence in 2014 and shall be completed in spring 2018.

The Project provides for construction of a four-lane Class IA Motorway with a median 6 m wide and the rated speed of up to 150 km/h. 44 bridges with a total length of more than 4 km, 63 overpasses with a total length of 7 km, including 22 overpasses over the Motorway and 9 ones as part of traffic junctions will be built at the 217 km Section. The Project provides for construction of six compound traffic junctions. The Contractor’s obligations include construction of toll booths (TB) and installation of respective equipment.

Once the construction is completed the Contractor undertakes to operate the Motorway, the toll collection system and the automatic traffic control system within 22 years. Toll collection shall not be the subject matter of the Long-Term Investment Agreement.

Along the entire length the Motorway Section will be a four-lane Motorway of Class IA allowing to ensure the rated speed of 150 km/h. More than 100 bridgeworks and a number of traffic junctions will be erected in the course of its construction.