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FEDERAL AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF NIGERIA

– REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES FOR THE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF A LIGHT RAIL TO LINK ALL THE TERMINALS AT THE MURTALA MUHAMMED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IKEJA, LAGOS STATE

FAAN
FEDERAL AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF NIGERIA
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP) PROJECT
TRANSACTION ADVISORY SERVICES FOR THE PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT OF A LIGHT RAIL TO LINK ALL THE TERMINALS AT THE MURTALA MUHAMMED INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT IKEJA, LAGOS STATE
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST

The FEDERAL AIRPORTS AUTHORITY OF NIGERIA (FAAN) is a Government Agency under the supervision of the Federal Ministry of Aviation, established by Decree 45 of 1976 as the Nigerian Airports Authority (NAA), to oversee the operations and maintenance of all Federal Airports and now operating under CAP F5 Laws of the Federation of Nigeria 2004.

The aviation industry in Nigeria has witnessed phenomenal growth in the last decade and this growth is expected to continue with the ongoing implementation of the Aviation Sector Roadmap of the Federal Government. Part of the roadmap is the construction of a Light Rail at the Murtala Muhammed International airport Lagos to link all the Terminals and facilitate movement of people within and around the Airport.

The Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) intends to procure the services of a reputable and highly qualified Transaction Adviser (TA) for the development of a Light Rail to link all the Terminals at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport Ikeja Lagos in line with the provision of the Public Procurement Act, while the procurement of
• Organisation and preparation where necessary, of supporting documentation to be made available to bidders (including technical analysis);
• Preparation of bidding documents and assist in negotiation with one or more parties prior to contract award:
• Management of other advisory inputs and overall management of the advisory team to ensure a successful transaction; and
• Social safeguards and environmental issues
The private sector partner (concessionaire) will follow the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission (ICRC) Establishment Act and the National Policy on PPP.

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