The Prequalification of Egyptian and International Companies for the Facilities Management and Operation of the Grand Egyptian Museum
In light of the Ministry's of Antiquities willingness to fulfill the requests received from local and international companies for extending the Prequalification Documents submission deadline (invitation of which has been published previously) which comes in concurrence with the announcement of the final opening date of the GEM Complex in 2020, this is to inform the Applicants of the following:1. Deadline is extended until Tuesday 25 September 2018 - 3:00 pm local time. This extension is final to maintain the planned GEM Complex full opening to take place in 2020.2. The received Prequalification Documents will be opened in a public session on Wednesday 26 September 2018 at 10:00 am at the address mentioned in the Invitation.3. The deadline for receiving site visit requests is extended until 6 September 2018.
For more information about the Prequalification Press here
For Clarificaions and their answer Press here
Download the prequalification document here
The Grand Egyptian Museum (GEM) is one of the largest museums in the World reflecting Egypt's past from prehistory until the Greek and Roman Periods in Egypt. Designed to serve as a gateway through time connecting a 5,000-year-old civilization with modern times.
The GEM is built inside a unique site, overlooking the Giza Plateau to connect modern Cairo with great Pyramids of Giza. Visitors are privileged to see the significant museum collection through an impressive 28-meter high glass façade. GEM covers an area of approximately 500,000 m2 and includes one of the largest museums in the World displaying the heritage of a single civilization. The Museum will contain over 100,000 artifacts, covering an area of 92,000 m2.
The Grand Egyptian Museum a cultural hub that will include children’s museum as well as conservation, restoration, storage, research and museum education facilities. GEM is designed to be an entertaining, cultural and touristic destination, offering large areas available for investment, including a conference center, modern cinema theater, restaurants overlooking the Pyramids, food courts, cafeterias, retail and commercial areas, bookshops, traditional arts and crafts centers, a multifunctional building and gardens hosting year-round events and activities overlooking the Giza Plateau