On 17 August 2022, Rail Baltic Estonia, the national implementing body of the Rail Baltica project in Estonia, announced that Rizzani de Eccher has submitted a bid for the construction procurement of the Ülemiste joint terminal by Rail Baltica, which almost doubled the expected construction cost of the construction procurement of the terminal and related infrastructure. Within the provided deadline for the construction procurement of the Rail Baltica’s Ülemiste joint terminal and its surrounding area, only one offer was received from Rizzani de Eccher, representing a consortium of international construction market participants.The cost of the tender submitted is 346 million euros, which is almost twice the total cost estimated before the procurement. Rail Baltic Estonia announced the tender for the construction of the Rail Baltica Ülemiste joint terminal “Construction works of the passenger terminal, its surrounding area and railway infrastructure at the Rail Baltica Ülemiste station area” in the middle of March this year. The deadline for submission of bids was set for August 17, 2022. More than a twenty companies registered for the tender, and nearly 450 questions were asked during the tender procedure.The total volume of the Ülemiste public transport terminal building and its nearby working land is approximately 2.4 square kilometers. Along with the terminal, the railway infrastructure, the necessary access roads and streets, the town square ensuring passage under the railway, new tram and bus stops and parking areas will also be built.