GMCS GROUP AG, Zurich/Switzerland
GMCS - Praha s.r.o., Prague/Czech Republic
GMCS a.s., Prague/Czech Republic
GMCS Americas Inc., Washington, DC
GMCS ZAO, Moscow/Russian Federation
GMCS Central Asia, Almaty/Kazakhstan
GMCS Caucasus, Yerevan/Armenia
GMCS CAPITAL LTD, Nikosia/Cyprus
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GMCS UK Ltd., London/United Kingdom
Dushanbe city administration adopts a new approach to public transport
On September 5, 2017, Dushanbe city administration conducted its first open tender to service two bus routes under the EBRD project "Development of Public Transport".
Competitive bidding standards will give the City an effective tool for managing the public transport sector.
Specialists of GMCS-PRAHA s.r.o. helped the city design the Route Passport, prepare tender documents, and supported the tender commission in working with potential bidders.
The city of Dushanbe intends to further expand the practice of holding open tenders for routes in the interests of developing the transport system of the capital of Tajikistan.
Water Supply and Wastewater Rehabilitation Project
In early 2017 GMCS-PRAHA s.r.o. won the tender for the Osh Water Supply and Wastewater Rehabilitation Project-Corporate Development, Stakeholder Participation and City Support Program with the respective contract signed in July 2017. This is a collaborative project of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic, the City of Osh and the Osh Water Company to improve the municipal water supply service. Project aims to enhance the institutional capacity of Osh Water Company, enable to strengthen Environmental Health and Safety (“EHS”) management capabilities, develop EHS management systems, and improve stakeholder engagement practices. Achievement of those goals under the supervision of our team will ensure that services provided by our client to Osh community meet EBRD's Performance Requirements. Official project launch took place in August 2017 when GMCS team met with the Mayor’s office, Water Company and EBRD representatives, held a general discussion of the Project main objectives and approach to its implementation. Informing the public of water metering advantages and promoting respect for water were on the agenda as essential activities under the Project.
The implementation of this project, using the latest methods of wastewater treatment, will allow to control the discharge of treated wastewater. The modernization of the sewage infrastructure will reduce the pollution of sea water and will have a positive impact on public health. The overall objective of the GMCS as a Consultant is to facilitate the timely and effective implementation of the Project. The Consultant shall provide assistance in procurement of good, works and services completely in accordance with the procedures, specifications and documentation of EBRD. On 5-9 December 2016, the Consultant’s team held the project kick-off meetings, which was attended by the representatives of the Municipal Development Fund, the leadership of the Municipality of Kobuleti, the specialists of the Kobuleti Water Company and the EBRD (see http://kobuleti.org.ge/index.php?rf=shownews&news=2125&lang=ge)