Chao Phraya Promenade

BMA hires two universities as consultants on ‘Chao Phraya Landmark’ project

Date of Release: 
Mar 4 2016

Deputy city clerk Pattarut Tantranon said yesterday that universities would be paid Bt120 million for the project, and they are required to conduct a detailed survey of the project area; design the project keeping in mind the community and impact from hydrology; as well as carry out an environmental impact assessment.

The project covers a 7-kilometre stretch along the river from Rama 7 Bridge to Somdet Phra Pinklao Bridge on both sides.

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Chao Phraya promenade hits hurdle

Date of Release: 
Nov 1 2015

Construction of the 14-billion-baht Chao Phraya promenade faces lengthy delays after efforts to conduct a feasibility study tripped at the first hurdle.

Two of the three contractors that had expressed interest in bidding for the rights to the feasibility study have withdrawn from the race before it even started, said Pinit Lertudomtana, deputy chief of the BMA’s Department of Public Works.

Mr Pinit said only one consortium, made up of Panya Consultants Co, Epsilon Co and Transconsult Co, had submitted a formal tender.

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BMA readies studies to justify Chao Phraya promenade

Date of Release: 
Aug 19 2015

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will hire one of three consultancies to draw up design and feasibility studies to address environmental and cultural concerns over its proposed 14km riverside promenade.

By the Aug 13 deadline, City Hall received only three applications out of 100 possible bidders for the project, a source at the city's Public Works Department said.

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BMA readies studies to justify Chao Phraya promenade

Date of Release: 
Aug 19 2015

The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration will hire one of three consultancies to draw up design and feasibility studies to address environmental and cultural concerns over its proposed 14km riverside promenade.

By the Aug 13 deadline, City Hall received only three applications out of 100 possible bidders for the project, a source at the city's Public Works Department said.

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