Lagos shortlists Mota-Engil, Chinese ventures for $2.5 billion 4th mainland bridge

A consortium led by Portugal’s builder Mota-Engil and two Chinese ventures has been shortlisted by Lagos state government to build a $2.5 billion bridge that is expected to relieve severe congestion in the mega city, an official said on Sunday.

The 37-kilometer Fourth Mainland Bridge, will be built under a public-private partnership. It will include three toll plazas, nine interchanges, and a design speed of 120 kilometres per hour, said Jubril Gawat, a senior spokesperson for the Lagos state governor.

Mota-Engil is partnering with China Communication and Construction Corporation and China Road and Bridge Corporation in the bid.

China Gezhouba Group Company and China Geo-Engineering Corporation joint venture and a consortium led by China Civil Engineering Construction Corporation are the two other shortlisted bidders.

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The winner of the bid will be announced before the end of the year, said Gawat.

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