Ministry of Transport: Yongnam-CAPE-JGC Successful Tenderer for Hanthawaddy International Airport Project



THE REPUBLIC OF THE UNION OF MYANMAR
MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT
Announcement of Successful Tenderer for
Hanthawaddy International Airport Project

  1. The Department of Civil Aviation had announced Incheon Airport Consortium and Yongnam-CAPE-JGC Consortium as the successful tenderer and back up tenderer respectively for the Hanthawaddy International Airport Project on 10 August 2013.
  1. Subsequently, the Tender Evaluation Committee formed by the Ministry of Transport held tender negotiations with both the successful and back up tenderers from September 2013 to August 2014 including the revised proposals submitted by both tenderers for final selection. After seeking required guidance from the concerned authorities, submitted a recommendation to the Tender Selection Committee of the Ministry of Transport.
  1. The Tender Selection Committee has duly considered the recommendation of the Tender Evaluation Committee and hereby announce the following consortium as the successful tenderer for the Hanthawaddy International Airport Project as follows:
Reg No Consortium Name Consortium Country
001 Yongnam-CAPE-JGC

 

JGC Corporation Japan
Yongnam Holdings Limited Singapore
Changi Airport Planners and

Engineers Pte, Ltd.

Singapore

Source: MINISTRY OF TRANSPORT

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