Consortium including Wierzbowski Eversheds wins New Łódź City Centre contract
On 17 December 2013, the management board of Nowe Centrum Łodzi selected the offer of the consortium of Wierzbowski Eversheds, Mott MacDonald Polska, Mott MacDonald Ltd and KPMG Advisory for the co-ordinating concept for development of the Special Culture Zone in the New Łódź City Centre.
The tender was conducted using the negotiated procedure with publication of a contract notice. The winning offer complied with the terms of reference and received the greatest number of total points for the specific evaluation criteria.
The New Łódź City Centre includes 51 development projects. The Special Culture Zone is an area of about 12 hectares within the New Łódź City Centre, in the dense urban section of Łódź, between two of the largest current projects in the city centre — the Łódź Fabryczna railway station with its adjoining multimodal transit hub and the complex of the former EC 1 heat and power plant.
In the winning consortium, the offer of Wierzbowski Eversheds was prepared by Agnieszka Chylińska and Arwid Mednis.
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