Jul 30 2012
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Saudi Arabia Says Invited Cos Have 4 Mos to Bid for Monorail Project
Monday, Jul 30, 2012
LONDON (Zawya Dow Jones)--Saudi Arabia said Monday it has selected four consortia to bid for the contract to construct the country's first electric monorail project, a move which comes as part of a long series of major development projects taking place in cities across the Kingdom.
In a statement posted on the state press agency's website, Prince Sattam bin Abdulaziz, Chairman of the Committee overseeing the implementation of the public transport in the city of Riyadh, said that four groups of leading international companies had been selected to submit financial and technical bids for the construction of the project in the Kingdom's capital city, Riyadh.
The companies selected have been invited to bid for the project within a maximum of four months time.
The companies eligible to bid were decided based on their respective specializations in industry, trains, digging tunnels underground, civil works and the work of bridges, tunnels, control systems and operation, the mechanical, electrical, and design work, and management of major projects.
-By Iman Dawoud, Dow Jones Newswires; +971 55 1093341; email@example.com; Twitter: @ZDJnews
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