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China closed deal on Rama III highway project

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China closed deal on Rama III highway project

By The Nation

 

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Prespective of Rama III highway

 

Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) prepare to announce Rama III highway auction result after approved 3 Chinese co-operated firms to join in this auction. They claimed that if the Chinese firms violate term of reference (TOR) will be sued. The deal will closed within this September.

 

Nontajit Bangsomboon, Acting deputy director management of expressway authority of Thailand, reveal that auction broad has examined qualification and works of the winner of the Rama III - Daokanong highway project bidding. After all the data verified, the result will be announce next week.

 

“Our committee has finished examining the winner of bidding on both qualification and previous works. we will hear some good news soon official statement on next week. this topic will not discuss further in the board meeting because the board approved since the last meeting. However, we still open for a person who disagree with the result to appeal to the court within 7 day after official statement.  ”

 

Source from Expressway Authority of Thailand insider said that EXAT finished the bidding winner’s qualification on 4 deals and approved that all the works and accomplishment passed TOR requirement and the Government Procurement and Supplies Management Act (2017).

 

EXAT committee was concerned of prosecution process if the bidding firm violate the deal agreement as the bidding winner is china state enterprise. After investigation, the winner of bidding who hold 3 deals agreement has to discard diplomatic privileges and state enterprise statue then follow TOR regulation. If the china violate the agreement, they have to face Thai court.

 

After official statement of the bidding winner announced, individual who disagree with result can appeal to the court within 7 days after the statement. EXAT will answer all the question first. For further process by submitting to the committee for examination, it will take 2 months. The final bidding winner will announce again around September.

 

The winners of the bidding on first deal are including China State Construction Engineering Co., Ltd., Nawarat Patanakarn Public Company Limited, and AS Associated engineering (1964) Co., Ltd.; minimum bidding at 5.8 billion.

 

The winners of the bidding on second deal are including China Harbour Engineering Company Limited, Tipakorn Co., Ltd. ,and Burirum Thongchai Contruction Co., ; minimum bidding at 6.4 billion.

 

The winners of the bidding on third deal are including China Railway 11th Bureau Group Corporation,Civil engineering Co., Ltd., and Boonchai Panich (1979) Co., Ltd.bidding at 6 billion.

 

The winners of the bidding on forth deal is Ch.Karnchang public Co., Ltd. bidding at 6.6 billion.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30373129

 

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Ah ok! Whatever! 

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The crux of the matter is that China is more than likely financing this deal also.

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Anyone know the route? It say Rama III - Daokhanog- Kanchanapisek. I don't think the existing expressways can handle much more traffic. All the junctions where sections join are already choked with traffic all day.  

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12 hours ago, lust said:

China should not be in charge of any construction plans. If you go on liveleak, it’s plagued with thousands of videos showing shotty work and buildings collapsing/stuff falling, buildings built with the cheapest materials they can find. 

Sounds just like Thai building then...

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Last month - June 14 2019 at Heyuan in Guangdong Province, China. Bridge over the Dongiang River:-

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14 hours ago, lust said:

China should not be in charge of any construction plans. If you go on liveleak, it’s plagued with thousands of videos showing shotty work and buildings collapsing/stuff falling, buildings built with the cheapest materials they can find. 

Large international infrastructure projects are designed, specified and supervised by owners, employers, consulting engineers and contractors to international standards.

 

Believe it or not but several cases of building infrastructure problems also exist in the developed world.

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