The Lagos State Government says it is completing modalities for the award of contract for the Fourth Mainland Bridge.
The government gave an assurance on Tuesday that by December, the reserved and preferred bidders would be known.
Adeyoye said that the government was transparent to ensure investor confidence in adopting private sector partnerships.
She said in February, 32 firms were shortlisted, adding that bids of 10 applicants were currently being evaluated.
The official said that names of successful pre-qualified bidders would soon be announced.
She said that technical and legal issues: right of way recovery and compensations for property, were being addressed to ensure seamless take-off.
She listed the different stages for selecting the different categories of bidders, assuring that the project would be awarded for take-off by November and December.
“By December, we should be able to come to close on the reserved and preferred bidders.
“By the grace of God, there is no reason we should not get financial closure by the end of the year so that you know who the preferred bidder is and the reserved bidder.
“All the technical studies such as geological surveys, biometric surveys and enumerations have all been done in the data room,’’ she said.