To create the design, main project and construct a six-seat chairlift and new ski slopes on the Savin Kuk skiing center, part of the Durmitor National Park in Žabljak District, bids were sent by three consortiums, examined on Friday at the Public Works Directorate (DJR).
As Vijesti has learned unofficially, the Swiss company Bartholet has offered a price of 8.394.980 euro, while the consortium led by Podgorica company New Volvox together with renowned Italian chairlift producer Leitner, offered 8.788.888 and the consortium of companies Fidija and Doppelmayr valued the works at 8.873.970 euro.
The Directorate, led by director Almer Kalač did not respond to an inquiry from Vijesti on the list of all companies which sent bids, the price of their offers and further procedure.
The estimated value of this procurement, contracted by the DJR under the Ministry of Sustainable Development is nine million euro. The second tender worth 100,000 euro for the selection of expert supervision of this project had a deadline on Tuesday.
Famous Swiss chairlift producer Bartholet offered the lowest price at the previous tender for the Cmiljača chairlift construction in Bijelo Polje, but their offer was rejected as invalid. DJR selected the bid by consortium led by Novi Volvox to construct this chairlift, three kilometres of slopes and technical documentation for a system of artificial snow for the price of 7.988.888 euro, with VAT. The decision is not yet final, as the deadline for appeals has not yet passed. The same tender saw another rejection of the bid by consortium IGP Fidija with Austrian Doppelmayr and several other companies.
Translated from Vijesti Online, click here for the original.