Thailand’s Hua Hin railway project attracts 13 applications

Thirteen companies have submitted applications to bid for the construction of the planned 84km railway from Hua Hin to Prachuap Khiri Khan province capital. The applications submitted to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) contained the qualifications and technical proposals.
The 13 companies are Unique Engineering and Construction Plc, Italian-Thai Development Plc, TBTC Joint Venture Co, Ch Karnchang Plc, KSS Joint Venture, Ch Tawee Construction Co, Serm Sanguan Construction Co, Thai P-Con Civil Joint Venture, Power Construction Technology Co, SHPS Joint Venture, Sino-Thai Engineering and Construction Plc, PPD-EMRAIL JV and A.S. Associate Engineering 1964 Co.
The SRT board approved e-bidding for the 84km rail project on 24 April. A total of 38 companies bought bid envelopes for the project, which has a median price of 7.3 billion baht (187 million euros). SRT will announce the companies qualified for bidding next Monday. They will be required to submit the bids on 27 July.

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