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Tbilisi, Georgia, April 24, 2017

Aim Texas Overseas Management Group has attended a tender for providing consultancy services for Preparation of Feasibility Study, Design, and Bidding Documents and Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for environmental improvement measures on Natakhtari-Ruisi Section of the E-60 Highway of Georgia.

The Roads Department of the Ministry of Regional Development and Infrastructure of Georgia (RDMRDI) now invites eligible consultants to express their interest in providing the following services: “Preparation of Feasibility Study, Design, and Bidding Documents and Environmental Management Plan (EMP) for environmental improvement measures on Natakhtari-Ruisi Section of the E-60 Highway (67 km)”.

Georgia has received financing from the World Bank towards the cost of the Forth East-West Highway Improvement Project and intends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, and related services and consulting services to be procured under this project which will be jointly financed by the Government of Georgia.

Georgian government with its own budget completed the upgrade the E60 from outside of Tbilisi at Natakhtari to Agaiani. In 2006, International Development Association (IDA) approved the First East-West Highway Improvement Project (First EWHIP), to upgrade the next section on the E60 Highway from Agaiani to Igoeti and additional financing for reconstruction of the Rikoti tunnel. Second East-West Highway Improvement Project (Second EWHIP) prolonged the upgrade from Igoeti to Sveneti, a segment of about 24 km, and was also funded by World Bank. Third East-West Highway Improvement Project (TEWHIP) aimed on upgrading the next consecutive section of the E60 East-West Highway to Ruisi.

Samtavisi Church

Igoeti Church

Sightseeing Along the road

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