NABU helped Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine to expose the conspiracy of participants of the tender for repair of Shulyavsky Bridge in Kyiv

01.07.2019 00:00

Based on the data obtained by the Detectives of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU), the Antimonopoly Committee of Ukraine (AMCU) exposed the conspiracy of two companies participating in the procurement procedures for construction services for three objects in Kyiv.

Kyiv Regional Territorial Office of the AMCU fined these companies for a total amount of 262 million UAH for illegal actions that affected the results of the tender.

In addition, AMCU forbade this companies to participate in public procurement procedures over the next three years.

Within the pre-trial investigation of the criminal proceeding as of the facts of allegedly abuses during the reconstruction of the Shulyavsky Bridge, the NABU Detectives received data that became the basic for the decision of the AMCU.

These data indicated possible connections between the participants of the tender – the Limited Liability Company (LLC) "North-Ukrainian Construction Alliance" and the LLC "Spetsbud-Plus ".

After that, Kyiv Regional Territorial Office of the AMCU conducted its investigation that confirmed the fact of the conspiracy of abovementioned companies.

Besides these case, the companies upon prior conspiracy participated in the tenders for construction of one of the buildings of the Amosov National Institute of Cardiovascular Surgery and reconstruction Gymnasium N59 named after O.M. Boychenko in the Holosiivskyi District of Kyiv.

The fines for illegal actions during participating in the tenders are following:

  • each company was fined for 56 million UAH for repair of Shulyavsky Bridge;
  • the LLC "North-Ukrainian Construction Alliance" was fined for 56.16 million UAH, the LLC "Spetsbud-Plus" for 63.19 million UAH for construction of one of the buildings of the Amosov National Institute of Cardiovascular Surgery;
  • each company was fined for 15.29 million UAH for reconstruction Gymnasium N59 named after O.M. Boychenko in the Holosiivskyi District of Kyiv.