The Ministry of Infrastructure and Transportation of Greece has launched a contract notice looking for interested partners to develop a modern building complex for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The contract will be awarded under the design, build, finance, operate and maintenance (DBFOM) model.
The complex will be designed based on the principles of bioclimatic design, in which the environment and energy coexist, and must achieve LEED certification (silver or higher). The scope of works includes demolition of the existing buildings and construction of the building infrastructure and one footbridge on Piraeus Street that provides access to the building. In addition, it includes the renovation of the surrounding area, part of which is located on an adjacent plot that will essentially be the access between the building complex under construction and the "Rouf" station of the Suburban Railway.
The estimated investment in the project is EUR112.58 million (US$137.15 million), while the contract period will be 30 years.
The deadline to submit the responses is July 30, 2021. More information about this business opportunity can be found here.