Submission deadline for Vilnius Multifunctional Hub concession project has been extended to 8th of November, 2016
Submission deadline for Vilnius Multifunctional Hub concession project has been extended to 8th of November, 2016.
Key information on Vilnius Multifunctional Hub concession project is presented below:
• At least 15,000 seat stadium.
• Up to 1,500 square meters of space for a sports museum.
• Educational facilities (kindergarten with capacity of at least 300 students).
• Facilities for football, basketball, athletics, handball and other types of sports.
• Contracting authority – Vilnius Municipality and the Department of Sports under the Government.
More detailed information about the project can be found in an attached presentation.
The tender documents (including unofficial English version of the documents) could be found on Department of Physical Education and Sports under the Government of the Republic Of Lithuania webpage: http://www.kksd.lt/index.php?3515464056# and Vilnius City Municipality webpage: http://www.vilnius.lt/index.php?2195032161
Participants are invited to submit a participation request through the CVP IS (https://pirkimai.eviesiejipirkimai.lt/) until 8 November, 2016 at 13:00.
Should you require any additional details or assistance, please do not hesitate to contact the Head of our Public Procurement Division at Vilnius City Municipality, Mr. Giedrius Krasauskas (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org, tel: +370 219 7935).
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