Top 100 Tenders in 2015 and 2016

The list of 100 biggest tender procedures in 2015 and 2016 include public procurement contracts in the value of more than 600 million EUR

The 100 biggest public procurement contracts signed in 2016 amount to total of 378 million EUR, while those signed in 2015 account for 226 million EUR.

In 2016, the leader is the tender procedure for construction of pipeline section Negotino-Kavadarci-Bitola in the value of 36.4 million EUR, while in 2015 the leading position is held by the tender procedure for construction of the Faculty of Physical Education, Sports and Health, Faculty of Information Science and Computer Engineering and underground parking and landscaping at the University “Ss. Cyril and Methodius” in Skopje, in the value of 12.8 million EUR.

The highest value share in top 100 tender procedures for 2016 is noted with JSC Macedonian Energy Resources Skopje in the amount of 87 million EUR, while in 2015 this position is held by the Ministry of Health with 48 million EUR.

Among companies, the top position is held by Granit JSC Skopje, with a share in top 100 tenders for 2016 in the amount of 54 million EUR, while in 2015 it was Beton-Stip with a share of around 20 million EUR in top 100 tender procedures.

Database on 100 biggest public procurement contracts signed in 2015 and 2016 allows browsing of tender procedures per year, institution or company.

State institutions that have organized the 100 biggest public procurement contracts in 2016 include: JSC Macedonian Energy Resources Skopje; Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Water Economy; Ministry of Education and Science; National Bank of the Republic of Macedonia; PE State Roads; JSC Macedonian Power Plants; Public Transport Enterprise – SKOPJE; Directorate on Protection of Cultural Heritage; Ministry of Health and PE Macedonia Road – Skopje.

JSC Macedonian Energy Resources Skopje secured its top position in 2016 with four public procurement contracts signed for construction of three pipeline sections (Negotino-Kavadarci-Bitola, Skopje-Tetovo-Gostivar, and Block Station 5) and for supervision of construction works. Second-ranked is the Ministry of Health, with three public procurement contracts in total value of 48 million EUR, intended for reconstruction of PHI City General Hospital – Strumica; rehabilitation, reconstruction and superstructure of PHI University Clinic of Surgery “St. Naum of Ohrid” Skopje, and procurement of medicines for rare diseases. Third on the list is the Ministry of Education and Science with seven tender procedures among top 100, in total value of 44 million EUR, for development of technical documents for construction of school buildings and sports halls, for procurement of textbooks for primary and secondary education, and for construction and rehabilitation of student dormitories.

Analysed in terms of contract holders, the group with the highest value share in 100 biggest tenders for 2016 is comprised of following companies: Granit – Skopje, Rapid Build – Kumanovo, Makedonija JSC Skopje, Sileks Non-Metals ST Kratovo, Beton Skopje, AK-Invest – Tetovo, Alov JSC – Gevgelija, Pucko Petrol – Plasnica, Vardargradba – Skopje, and Ki-Em Skopje.

The construction company GRANIT JSC Skopje has signed 6 contracts from top 100 for 2016 in total value of almost 54 million EUR, four of which are signed with PE State Roads for reparation and rehabilitation of roads and bridges, one with the Municipality of Bitola for construction of north gallery at the local football stadium, and one with JSC Macedonian Energy Resources for construction of pipeline section. Second-ranked is RAPID BUILD Kumanovo with only two tender procedures in top 100, but in high financial value, signed for construction of gas pipeline, in total amount of 47.6 million EUR. Third on the list is Constriction Institute Makedonija JSC Skopje, with five tender procedures in the value of 32 million EUR.

The research was performed by collection and processing of data on public procurement contracts signed in 2015 and 2016, published in the Electronic Public Procurement System, selected according to the criterion on value of individual public procurement contracts.