ZÁÉV tender to renovate Kaposvár train station for HUF 1.65 bln
Hungarian construction company ZÁÉV Építőipari Zrt. has won a tender to renovate a landmark train station in Kaposvár in western Hungary for state-owned railway company MÁV, with a bid of HUF 1.65 bln, a report published in the latest issue of the Public Procurement Gazette shows.
ZÁÉV beat bids by a consortium of Strabag-MML and Reko Konzult and a consortium of KÖZGÉP Építő- és Fémszerkezetgyártó Zrt., as well as bids by West Hungária Bau, Cserkúti Generál, Modinvest and Prím Építő.
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