Bulgaria’s Plovdiv municipality said that its tender for a 44.3 million levs ($26.4 million/22.7 million euro) contract for the reconstruction of Hristo Botev sports stadium has attracted offers from five bidders, public procurement agency data shows.
Offers were submitted by local companies VDH, Strabag Bulgaria, and GBS-Plovdiv, as well as two tie-ups, according to the data.
One of the tie-ups participating in the tender comprises local Parsec Group and Patstroyengineering, while the other consists of PIMK and Valmex.
All five offers were submitted on September 15, when the bidding deadline expired.
The contract envisages the reconstruction of all four stands, which should have a capacity to host 18,000 visitors. Works are expected to last slightly over two years.
Hristo Botev stadium, built in 1961, is the second largest stadium in Plovdiv and until recently hosted the matches of local football club Botev Plovdiv.