Design project of Venice Offshore Port, Italy is won by CCCC consortium
Source:Overseas Business DivisionTime:2016-11-22
On November 17, the consortium of CCCC, 3TI and eAmbiente won the bid
for the design of Phase 1 of Venice Offshore Port in Italy. The project is owned by the
Venice Port Authority.
The project involves the capital construction design of a
container terminal in Phase 1 of Venice Offshore Port, including breakwater,
container terminal, service zone, electric, water supply and drainage,
environmental protection, communication and control design, as well as survey
and environmental monitoring. The project will be designed with BIM, with a
total contract period of 300 days.
The project bid is an international open
competitive bid. Seven internationally renowned engineering consulting
companies from countries such as the USA,
France, the Netherlands and Italy submitted bidding documents.
3TI is one of the largest design companies in Italy; eAmbiente is a local environmental
monitoring company. With outstanding business performance, excellent technical
schemes, as well as good response and high conformity to bidding conditions, the
consortium initiated by CCCC and comprising 3TI and eAmbiente stood out from
numerous opponents. This is also the only bidder that scored full marks in both
the technical bid and the commercial bid.
This is the first spot capital
construction project won by CCCC in the EU market, as well as the first such
project won by Chinese companies in a developed EU country, marking that CCCC
has made a breakthrough in the EU high-end market after exporting its port
machinery and equipment to the EU.