Architecture & Construction


Construction, outfitting and technical equipment needed at new regional airport

One of the largest Russian airport managing companies needs construction expertise and airport equipment. The south project of its air terminal complex is worth RUR55 million (£687,000).

The design and project stage is complete. In Spring 2017 the airport owners will issue a tender for the construction works.

There is potential business at the airport for UK companies with the following expertise:

- air terminal complex construction

- IT and telecoms

- transportation

- security and safety

- radar and sensor solutions

- provision of cargo handling solutions

- ground support

- power equipment for the aviation industry

Closing date: 17/01/2017

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Technology required to equip Russian airport built for 2018 FIFA World Cup

A new airport in central Russia wants:

- airport operational systems 
- security screening systems 
- threat detection technologies 
- wireless coverage products 
- video security solutions

It would be an advantage for the UK supplier to have experience of exporting to and working in Russia.

Closing date: 17/01/2017

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A Russian engineering company is looking for manufacturers of utility system materials in EU countries to conclude manufacturing agreements (Ref: BRRU20151210001)

Russian company from the Kaliningrad region specializes in construction engineering and is looking for manufacturers of products for utility services activities (air heat pumps, air ventilation and conditioning system, etc.) in EU countries to conclude manufacturing agreements.

Closing date: 28/01/2017

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Multiple contracts to participate in major airport reconstruction: GBP 45 million

Russian airport management and development company seeking UK expertise to participate in reconstruction of one of FIFA‘s WC 2018 host city airport. Numerous expertises are required including design, equipment, IT, security, ground support, machinery

 Major part of the reconstruction must be completed by FIFA WC 2018 but total reconstruction will stretch till 2021. These are just few developments that will take place:

  • installation of landing assistance facilities;
  • installation of lighting and meteorological equipment;
  • temporary passenger terminal solutions;
  • air traffic control tower;
  • luggage processing facilities;
  • automated passenger flow control system;
  • airport fencing;
  • water treatment facilities;
  • save and rescue station;
  • cargo terminal;
  • hangar for aircrafts MRO;
  • hangar for business aviation MRO;
  • cargo sorting and distribution centre;
  • cargo warehouse and logistics centre;
  • truck parking;
  • hotel complex, shopping complex and entertainment centre;
  • a complex of office buildings - "Airport city".

Closing date: 01/02/2017

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Dust recuperation system is sought (Ref: TRRU20160118001)

Russian company from the Republic of Mari El specializes in manufacturing of high-quality doors is looking for the dust recuperation system to be used on-site to reduce dust formation in door production process. The company is looking for partners interested in the commercial cooperation with technical assistance.

Closing date: 01/02/2017

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Professional sport stadiam management companies wanted for operation of 2018 FIFA World Cup stadiums

The largest 2018 FIFA World Cup developer is looking for companies to co-manage 7 to 8 stadiums located in the regional host cities.

The companies must develop a system management business model for the stadiums. This should operate during the World Cup and FIFA legacy period.

Successful applicants will:

- share risks and costs

- have official co-management rights and responsibilities

Applicants should already experience of:

- establishing stadium management business models

- operating stadia at global sporting events such as FIFA World Cup, Confederation Cup, Olympic Games etc

- operating stadia during legacy periods

Closing date: 25/03/2017

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FIFA World Cup 2018; Development of Sport and Supporting Infrastructure (HVO RUS-18)

Russia's FIFA World Cup

Russia's FIFA World Cup™ plan suggests construction of 13 new stadiums in cities across the country, renovation of three existing ones, and promises investment of USD 11 billion of public and private funds into tourism infrastructure, including hotels, railways and airports, to host several hundred thousand expected visitors.

The Russia’s federal budget will provide USD 10 billion of funding for the FIFA WC 2018 sports infrastructure, excluding airports and roads. The cost of stadium construction alone is projected at USD 3.82 billion. The biggest spending is planned after the year 2013.

The most expensive investments are likely to be in infrastructure that should come from private and public sources and include: USD 35 billion on new roads and railways; more than USD 2 billion on airport upgrades and more than USD 11 billion on development of tourism infrastructure, primarily to increase the number of three-star hotels and budget accommodation.

Contracts arising from the World Cup cover a broad range of sectors, from architecture, engineering, construction management, transport, security, environmental planning, power engineering, sport venue fit out (plant and equipment, seating, surfacing, lighting, IT), through to event delivery (security, recruitment, volunteering programmes, training, broadcasting, event management, media signage, ticketing, screens, temporary overlay, crowd control, transportation and branding), hospitality and catering.

Further details on specific opportunities as a result of  policies will be provided as they become available.

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