A shortlist of seven plans has emerged from the initial 34 bids submitted for the government’s Bt350-billion flood prevention projects. The seven short-listed bidders will submit draft plans with cost and construction details by November 23, with the final selection to be announced on January 31, 2013.
The seven bidders:
1 Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water) – worked on projects worth Bt68.2 billion.
2 ITD-PowerChina JV (Italian-Thai Development, Power Construction Corporation of China, China Gezhouba Group, China International Water and Power Corporation, and Panya Consultants) has worked on projects worth Bt39.5 billion.
3 Summit SUT Joint Venture (Samprasit Partnership, SKY Construction and Union Infartech) has worked on projects with a combined value of Bt20.5 billion.
4 Team Thailand Joint Venture (CH Karnchang, CH Karnchang (Laos), Team Consulting Engineering and Management, Christiani & Nielsen (Thai), Ch Thavee Construction, Serm Sanguan Construction, Tipakorn, and Rojanasin) has worked on projects worth Bt67.1 billion.
5 China CAMC Engineering – worked on projects worth Bt19.7 billion.
6 Japan-Thailand Joint Venture (CTI Engineering International, Obayashi Corporation, Taisei Corporation, Kajima Corporation, Shimizu Corporation, CTI Engineering, Sunyu Consultant Incorporated, Pacific Consultants, Yachio Engineering, One Water Agency in Japan, and Unique Engineering And Construction) has worked on projects worth Bt1.14 trillion.
7 Consortium TKC Global comprises 16 companies – Pyunghwa Engineering Consultants, Dong Ho, Soosung Engineering, Sunjin Engineering and Architecture, Hyundai Architects and Engineers Associates, Woongjin Coway, Thai Engineering Consultants, Roge and Associates, Professional Project Management, Lotus Park Corporation, King Mongkut Institute of Technology Ladkrabang, King Mongkut Institute of Technology Thonburi and CM Grand Development. They have carried out projects with a combined value of Bt43.3 billion.