Bids in for Baghdad water

19 December 2003
Baghdad Water Authority is evaluating bids for the contract to provide design consultancy services for a proposed greenfield water treatment plant. The facility to be built on a site in Rassafa could treat up to 900,000 cubic metres a day of river water drawn from the Tigris for public consumption.

The bidders include KEO ConsultingEngineers of Kuwait, Binnie & Partners Overseas of the UK, Turkey's Su Yapiwith Nippon Koeiof Japan, Lahmeyer International and Envicon, both of Germany, Belgrade-based Energoprojekt, Turkey's Atakaand the local Al-Qatif Bureau. The scheme was initially to be funded from the defunct UN oil-for-food programme.

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