CPK issues tender for design documentation review

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The Centralny Port Komunikacyjny  company launched an open tender for services related to the technical design documentation (DRF – Design Review Function) for Centralny Port Komunikacyjny and ensuring the utmost quality of the design documentation.

The purpose of DRF is continuous assurance of the technical correctness and completeness of the design documentation, obtained from the master architect, the master civil engineer and the support infrastructure engineer.

“The Centralny Port Komunikacyjny is one of the largest infrastructural projects in Central and Eastern Europe and, at the same time, an EU infrastructure investment priority for the coming years. Therefore, we hope that the tendering procedure will involve the most experienced and competent contractors worldwide, because only entities with proper knowledge and experience, specialized in the design and technical review of design documentation in the airport industry can ensure meeting the most demanding design quality requirements,”Michał Ćwik, the director of Airport Subprogramme Design & Engineering Department in the CPK company said.

Collaboration with an entity qualified in the monitoring of the technical design documentation preparation process, as well as proper review, will enable effective collaboration of all CPK designers and other partners. This process will affect the detection of potential design errors or inter-sectoral collisions at an early stage. This will benefit in proper and effective completion of the planned construction works in line with the assumed schedule.

Until now, as part of the airport component, the company has announced four key tenders for the design works and design-related services.

The Centralny Port Komunikacyjny is a new transport development programe in Poland integrating the air, rail and road transport connections quickly and efficiently. The CPK project includes, among others, rail investments created by a transport hub at the airport in the center of Poland and a network of new railway lines, mainly high-speed, with a total length of nearly 2,000 km. This will make it possible to travel between Warsaw and Poland’s largest cities in no more than 2.5 hours. According to the latest IATA air traffic forecasts, by 2060 the CPK Airport will attract around 850 million passengers and over 35 million tons of air cargo to Poland, benefiting the country and the region.


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