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Two more stations on first Warsaw metro line in 2026

Opr./edited TC 03 October 2019
Two more stations on first Warsaw metro line in 2026
The two stations will reduce the average distance between stops in central Warsaw from 1.5km to 700m

POLAND The order for the pre-design work and the building permit design for two new stations of the first Warsaw metro line – Plac Konstytucji and Muranów – will almost certainly be awarded to Metroprojekt.

The company’s bid has been evaluated as superior to that of ILF Consulting Engineers Polska, which had also progressed to the second round of the tender. The first stage was to determine whether the engineering design companies met the conditions for the project in terms of their competences and experience – with this criterion accounting for 60 pct of the final score. The price of the bids made up the remaining 40 pct of the scoring, but it was this factor that ultimately resulted in Metroprojekt coming out on top. The studio’s bid of PLN 7.364 mln gross was given a final score of 100 points, while ILF Consulting Engineers Polska’s offer to carry out the design work was awarded 98.69 points due to its higher price (PLN 7.613 mln gross). According to public procurement law, the bidders now have ten days to appeal against this decision.

The contractor will be responsible for the pre-design work and drawing up the building permit designs for both stations together with the design of the necessary expansion or reconstruction of related infrastructure (tunnels, ventilation rooms, traffic control systems, etc). Documentation has to be prepared for a successful building permit application and for the completion of the work by the end of 2026. Metro Warszawskie is aiming to have received a building permit within 24 months of the date of the signing of the contract with the designer, whose control over the project will come to an end with the final choice of a general contractor (but not beyond the end of 2026).

During the construction work on the project, the metro has to be able to operate normally and neither should there be disruption to the public and private transport at ground level. With the addition of the Plac Konstytucji and Muranów stations, the distance between stations in central Warsaw will be reduced by an average of around 1.5 km to 700 metres. The construction of the new stations has been included in the current spatial development study for Warsaw.

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