Bids invited for Iran wastewater treatment network

06 February 2011

Contractors to submit bids by 7 March

Iran’s Khoraan Razavi Water and Wastewater Company has invited bids to build a series of wastewater treatment plants and collection networks.

The winning bidder will build a wastewater treatment plant and collection network in the cities of Ghoochan, Taibad, Torghabeh and Shandiz, Gonbad and Baydokht and Tobbatejam.

The facilities will be built on an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) basis or procurement and construction including financing of the project.

The initial estimate of the value of the Ghoochan project is IRR 280bn ($27.1m); IR158bn for the Taibad project; IR358bn for the Torghabeh and Shandiz facility; IR171bn for the Gonbad and Baydokht project; and IR230bn for the Tobbatejam facility.

Contractors have until 7 March to respond to the request for proposals (RFP). Local and foreign joint ventures are eligible to bid so long as the local partner has a share of at least 51 per cent in the partnership.

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