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2014 05 27
New PPP tender announced for parking project in Vilnius
A tender for a 25 year concession to design, build and run the
parking infrastructure at Santariskes medical campus, Vilnius,
has been announced by The Ministry of Health of The Republic
Santariskes is the biggest medical campus in Lithuania. It
currently occupies a territory of 64 hectares and hosts 8 medical
institutions as well as research facilities. It receives more than 1
million patients and visitors annually, and 5,000 professionals
are employed at the facility.
However, the campus’ parking infrastructure is insufficient – the
estimated shortage of current parking spaces is at least 937. As
Justinas Ivaska, project manager and director for development
at Santariskes Clinics, claims, the current infrastructure is failing to meet demand and does not ensure convenient access
to the facilities various health services: “It is overloaded and inadequate for users’ needs”, says Justinas Ivaska. “High-
quality parking infrastructure is required to supplement the best medical service. The use of a concession tender for
parking infrastructure modernization is an important part of our mission to continuously improve the all-around health
According to Tadas Jagminas, director of the Project management department at Invest Lithuania - which was involved in
the project preparation - the campus is rapidly expanding. Therefore, modernizing the parking infrastructure is of the
utmost importance. “Bearing in mind the fact that the number of medical institutions, as well as the number of visitors and
patients, is expected to double in the next 25 years, this project is both an exciting investment opportunity and a crucial
means of improving the infrastructure.”, stated Jagminas. “This expansion of the parking infrastructure in Santariskes
medical campus will present challenges, so we are looking for companies with knowledge and experience in managing
complex parking projects in busy health service environments.”
The investor will be in charge of designing, building and operating parking infrastructure with a maximum capacity of
2,250 places for the next 25 years. The investor is required to design and build new parking infrastructure as well as
reconstruct existing parking spaces; and implement the parking management system before then starting to operate the
whole campus parking system. The investment is valued at 16 M EUR, although requirements are quite flexible as there
are a number of spaces available for parking infrastructure and various possible solutions. All parking infrastructure would
revert to public ownership after the concession contract is finished.
The deadline for the submission of applications for participation and pre-qualification documentation is 31 July 2014.
A comprehensive set of tender documents - including information on the existing parking facilities, the requirements for
prospective bidders and a roster of required documents to be submitted to the tender organizer - is available here.
HERE hyperlink: https://pirkimai.eviesiejipirkimai.lt/app/rfq/publicpurchase_docs.asp?PID=187631&LID=231626
About Invest Lithuania
Invest Lithuania is a Lithuanian government agency that provides free advice and introductions to on the ground experts
for global companies interested in doing business in Lithuania. The agency serves as a point of contact for foreign
companies, and guides international businesses through every step of the process of setting up operations in Lithuania.
Invest Lithuania prepares and facilitates PPP infrastructure investment projects initiated by central and local governments,
advices investors on the preparation and participation in PPP projects, and provides information and ongoing
For more information:
Irmantas Butkauskas | Invest Lithuania Chief project manager
Tel. +370 5 264 9078 | Fax. +370 5 212 0160