The Administration of Assets of the City of Warsaw announced the winner of the tender procedure for the construction of the subsequent stage of the left-bank boulevards. The section from the Copernicus Science Centre to the Śląsko-Dąbrowski bridge will be executed by the company Skanska S.A within 11 and a half month from the date of signing the contract.
-I hope that, in accordance with the Contractor's statements, the new boulevards will be available for us as early as in the summer of the next year. Finishing the investment is one of our priority projects. We will attentively monitor the progress of works, and supervise all stages of them - says Michał Olszewski, Deputy Mayor of Warsaw.
Five tenderers took part in the tender procedure "Construction and assembly works for the investment project: Development of the left-bank boulevard of the Vistula river - stage 1 - section 1.2". The Contractors' prices for the completion of the boulevards were from 65 802 013.13 PLN to 81 178 770.00 PLN. The cheapest offer, and at the same time, the shortest time of the implementation of the investment project was presented by Skanska S.A. The boulevards will be completed within 11 and a half month. Similarly to other tenderers, the Contractor offered 60 month guarantee for their job.
Other bids in the tender procedure were submitted by (in the alphabetical order): IDS-BUD S.A., Mostostal Warszawa S.A., Strabag Sp. z o.o., and the consortium of Warbud S.A. and Eurovia Polska S.A.
The second section of stage 1 of the left-bank boulevards from the Świętokrzyski bridge to the Śląsko-Dąbrowski bridge is nearly 1.2 km long. Apart from the reconstruction of water structures, constituting the river bank, the construction of the Vistula promenade with a bicycle path will be implemented under the investment. Also, a few squares, as well as nine one-floor service pavilions shall be constructed on the boulevard. The project includes the following significant land development elements:
• Park Żywej Rzeki (Live River Park) near the Copernicus Science Centre;
• Uniwersytecki Square and Uniwersytecki Boulevard: multi-functional space with a stage, and amphitheatrical stairs;
• A beach with a service pavilion: a system of sandy fields and flower beds with decorative grass, a water playground;
• The Mariensztacki Boulevard with the Warsaw water gauge and service pavilions.