ProZorro is holding a tender for bids on removing unstable sections of Chernobyl’s Soviet-made sarcophagus
Tuesday, June 26, 2018

ProZorro is holding a tender for bids on removing unstable sections of Chernobyl’s Soviet-made sarcophagus

ProZorro is holding a tender for bids on removing unstable sections of Chernobyl’s Soviet-made sarcophagus from the nuclear reactor that caught fire in 1986. The project is expected to cost around $165 million and take a decade. The challenge will be to remove collapsing parts of the 1986 sarcophagus which is now under the EUR 1.5 million New Safe Confinement shell. The shell was built over 10 years by two French companies working in a 50-50 partnership, Vinci Construction and Bouygues Travaux Publics. For the new project, bids are due by July 23 and a winner will be announced Aug. 28.

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