Switzerland

Ceneri Base Tunnel: Swiss Supreme Court confirms Railway Infrastructure Awards

The Swiss Federal Supreme Court has upheld two appeals against decisions of the Swiss Federal Administrative Court of March 2014 in connection with the award of railway infrastructure systems for the Ceneri Base Tunnel. The judgements of the Federal Administrative Court have been annulled. The original decisions of AlpTransit Gotthard Ltd (ATG) for the awards are confirmed.

On August 12, 2013, AlpTransit Gotthard Ltd awarded the “Railway Track & Logistics” lot to the Mons Ceneris Consortium, under the lead management of Mancini & Marti AG, Bellinzona, for the price of around 96 million Swiss...

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