Mosinzhproekt Engineering Holding has successfully passed qualification as a bidder for the design and construction of a light rail line in Jerusalem, Andrey Bochkarev, Deputy Mayor of Moscow on Urban Planning and Construction, said at the 10th Moscow Urban Forum. Mosinzhproekt is the managing company for the construction of new lines and stations of the Moscow metro and has been the Exclusive Partner of the MUF since 2014.
Mosinzhproekt has successfully confirmed its international qualifications for participation in the tender for the design and construction of a light rail line in Jerusalem. I am confident that with the unique experience gained by our specialists during the construction of the metro in Moscow, the engineering holding is ready to implement rail transport development projects both in the national market and outside our country,” Andrey Bochkarev said.
According to Yuri Kravtsov, General Director of Mosinzhproekt Holding, this is the first time the company has received such an international qualification, which confirms the holding’s competencies in designing and building world-class infrastructure facilities.
“In Israel, the company’s qualification as a “Provider of systems design and installation and track superstructure construction experience” was confirmed for a comprehensive line construction project. An invitation to the next stage of the tender is expected within the next month. According to preliminary data, the participants in the second stage will have several months to clarify technical issues and prepare proposals for the project,” Yuri Kravtsov added.
Over the past ten years, more than 105 kilometres of metro lines, 51 metro stations and 11 train maintenance facilities have been built and commissioned in Moscow with the participation of Mosinzhproekt.
Earlier, Yuri Kravtsov said that Mosinzhproekt was beginning to expand to international metro construction markets. The engineering holding is undergoing prequalification for participation in promising metro development projects in Turkey, Israel, Uzbekistan, and Saudi Arabia.