Poland: Officials Seek Bids for Port of Gdansk Development Project
Dyrektor Urzudu Morskiego w Gdyni has announced tender for marine construction and dredging works at Port of Gdansk.
The contract is for the extension and development of the main access cannel to the Port of Gdansk.
This will include works to reinforce the railway bridge as well as additional cable-stayed road bridges and additional deepening of basin and harbour fairway.
An overall volume of 1,003,629 m3 of dredging is required.
Value of this contract: 31,487,460 PLN
Tender Details: Open Procedure.
Dated: 10. 09. 2011.
Tender Deadline: 25. 10. 2011.
The Gdansk port is a major international transportation hub situated in the central part of the southern Baltic coast, which ranks among Europe’s fastest growing regions.
According to the strategy of European Union the Port of Gdansk plays a significant role as a key link in the Trans-European Transport Corridor No.6 connecting the Nordic countries with Southern and Eastern Europe.
The Port of Gdansk is comprised of two principal sections with naturally diverse operational parameters: the inner port stretched along the Dead Vistula and the port canal, and the outer port affording direct access to the Gulf of Gdansk.
Source: Dyrektor Urzudu Morskiego, September 16, 2011