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- E & M SYSTEMS CKS INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
- Provision of Commercial Management & Dispute Resolution Services
- Subcontract Value
- Final Account Value
The Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Access MRT System, commonly known as the Taoyuan International Airport MRT, is a rapid transit system planned to connect Taipei and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, before linking up with the Taoyuan MRT to THSR Taoyuan Station and onwards to Zhongli. Construction began in 2006 and the system is scheduled to begin service in June 2013 Construction is being overseen by the Bureau of High Speed Rail of the Communications, which oversees the construction of the Taiwan High Speed Rail as well as regional rapid transit systems (except the Taipei Metro and Kaohsiung MRT) in Taiwan.
The design of core E&M systems (including rolling stock, power supply, signaling, communications, depot equipment, platform screen doors, etc.) and the design and construction of two depots (Chingpu and Lujhu) were awarded as part of a contract worth NT$25.5 billion. Hitachi, in cooperation with Marubeni Corporation and Kawasaki Heavy Industries, won the bid for the E&M systems and signed the contract on January 12, 2006.
IAA was appointed by Invensys Rail Ltd (formerly Westinghouse Rail) to provide commercial support from UK to augment the commercial management team in Taiwan to investigate the scope, identify variations and provide contractual and commercial advice in respect of their contract with Murubeni.