St. Peters:— On March 14th, 2013 the public biding took place for the “Design & Engineering” for the Link 6 road which will be connecting Dutch Quarter and Bethlehem via Mildrum road to South Reward and St. Peters with an intersection at the St. Dominic School located in South Reward.
Three companies submitted bids, namely Independent Consulting Engineers NV, Lievense Consulting Engineers N.V. and Energy Resource & Petroleum NV.
Base on the evaluation carried out by the Ministry of VROMI, the offers as submitted by Independent Consulting Engineers and Lievense Consulting Engineers were considered the most favorable bids.
The section of Bethlehem has been awarded to Lievense Consulting Engineers in the amount of Nafl. 198.500,- and the section of Mildrum road including the side roads has been awarded to Independent Consulting Engineers in the amount of Nafl. 202.000,-.
The contracts were signed off by the Minister of VROMI, Mr. Angel Meyers who consider this road a high priority in alleviating traffic on the island and creating alternative routes.
The sum amount of Nafl. 404.500,- was secured by Minister Meyers from the Capital Investment budget of 2016.
The design & Engineering works will be carried out over a period of 3 months after which the public bidding will start for the construction of the road.
In picture Minister Meyers is signing the contract with Mr. Jan Van den Eynde (Left) from Independent Consulting Engineers and from Lievense Consulting Engineers with Mr. Martin Vroegop.
This signing ceremony is being witnessed by Mr. Sandro Garcia, Executive Advisor to the Minister of VROMI and Mr. Kurt Ruan (right), head of the department of New Projects at the Ministry of VROMI.
Source: St. Martin News Network
Design and Engineering Link 6.