International consulting company Cushman&Wakefield draws up proposals for the projects developing transfer hubs of Moscow – Kazan high-speed rail lines.
The company has won a corresponding public tender, which was conducted by JSC “High-Speed Rail Lines”, a subsidiary of the Russian Railways JSC, as it follows from the documentation published on the website of public procurement.
The contract price, including all possible expenses of the participant, totaled over 16 million roubles. The performance time is 2 months from the moment of the contract conclusion, but no later than the 30th of November 2016.
As it was reported earlier, construction of Moscow – Kazan high-speed rail lines is estimated at 1 trillion roubles. Design engineering work cost 21 billion roubles. 770-kilometer Moscow – Kazan high-speed rail lines are planned to be laid on the territory of 7 regions of the Russian Federation inhabited by 25 million people.