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Metro SP - Brasilandia-Sao Joaquim Metro Line VI - Sao Paulo - Project Profile

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Summary
Companhia do Metropolitano de Sao Paulo (Metro SP) is planning to undertake the construction of a 13.5km metro link VI between Brasilandia and Sao Joaquim, São Paulo, Brazil.

The project involves the construction of a 13.5km metro line, 15km tunnels with diameter of 10.5m and 15 stations, and signaling system and security system and the laying of transmission lines

The project includes the construction of 15 stations it connects Brasilandia, Vila Cardoso, Itaberaba-Hospital Vila Penteado, Joao Paulo I, Santa Marina, Agua Branca, Sesc Pompeia, Perdizes, PUC-Cardoso de Almeida, Angelica-Pacaembu, Higienópolis-Mackenzie, 14 Bis, Bela Vista and Sao Joaquim.

The project includes the construction of 13.5km tunnels of diameter 10.5m: 1.8km with New Austrian Tunneling method (NATM) model, 3.8km of single shield model and 9.4km of double shield model. The Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) of 10.5m will be used for boring the tunnels.

The project will be developed by Procedure Expression of Interest (PMI) under PPP model (Public Private Partnership). The basic design of the project was presented in public audience.

Feasibility studies for the project were undertaken by the consortium of Galvao Engenharia SA and Somague Engenharia SA (20.29%), Construction Company Queiroz Galvao SA (35.65%) and Odebrecht Transport Participacoes SA (44.05%). In February 2012, the firms submitted preliminary study reports.

In January 2013, Council of the Environment (Consema) approved the study and the environmental impact report (EIA / RIMA) of the project and granted the environmental license.

The project will be built and operated through a public-private partnership (PPP).

On January 2013, the tender for the construction work of the project was launched and the contract was expected to be awarded by end of July 2013. However, the tender process was canceled as no private entity submitted bids for the project.

In September 2013, Metro SP re-launched the new tender process with last submission date as October 31, 2013.

In October 2013, the state government of São Paulo decided to change the tender scope and agreed to increase the forecasted value for the services.

The envelopes of interested companies in the new proposal were opened on the same date on October 31, 2013.

In November 2013, Consortium Move São Paulo, formed by a joint venture of Odebrecht Transport, Queiroz Galvão, UTC Participações S/A and Eco Realty Fundo de Investimento em Participações won the concession contract for the construction and operation of the metro line for 25 years. The contract documents were signed on December 18, 2013.

In August 2014, Mitsubishi wins São Paulo metro turnkey contract and company will design, supply and commission the signaling, communications, power supply, catenary, depot equipment and facilities, platform screen doors and tunnel ventilation.

In September 2016, the consortium suspended the construction works after executing 15% of total works on the project due to the financial crisis.

In February 2017, Secretaria dos Transportes Metropolitanos announced the deadline until June 15, 2017, to the consortium to solve the financial issues to start the construction works.

Consortium Move São Paulo failed to start the construction works by solving the financial crisis. However, it came to a conclusion to sell the concession contract to the other interested parties.

In July 2017, the Move SP consortium received a proposal from an international company interested in acquiring the concession contract of the Linha 6-Laranja.

In January 2018, Secretaria dos Transportes Metropolitanos announced that a consortium formed by China Railway Engineering Corporation group (CREC) (50%), Japan's Mitsui (35%) and the Brazilian group RuasInvest Participações SA (15%) will take over the concession contract of the Linha 6-Laranja from Move SP consortium.

The new Chinese led consortium in the process of negotiating the financial structure with BNDES and in discussion with the state government to sign the required agreements to take over the project.

In February 2018, the government reported that it failed to negotiate the sale of the Line VI concession and notified the consortium formed by the companies Odebrecht, Queiroz Galvão and UTC to resume work in 30 days which did not happen.

SP Government commenced the contractual termination process with the Move São Paulo concessionaire (formed by the companies Odebrecht, Queiroz Galvão and UTC), responsible for the construction of Line VI-Orange of the Metro.

Scope
The project involves construction of a 13.5km metro line VI between Brasilandia and Sao Joaquim, São Paulo, Brazil.

The US$3,766 million project includes the following:

1. Laying of a 13.5km metro line

2. Construction of 13.5km tunnels of diameter 10.5m

2. Construction of 15 stations

3. Installation of transmission lines

4. Installation of signaling system

5. Installation of security system

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