Oman evaluates bids for sea outfall project

27 August 2013

Work involves sea outfalls for Darsait sewage treatment plant and Auzaibah central pumping station

The Oman Wastewater Services Company (Haya Water) has received bids for the contract to design and build sea outfalls for the new Darsait sewage treatment plant and Auzaibah central pumping station.

Haya Water received bids from five companies for the deal in early August. The bidders are:

  • Combined Group Contracting Company (CGCC)
  • Hani Archirodon
  • Sezai Turkes (Turkey)
  • Tecnicas Reunidas (Spain)
  • Towell Infrastructure Projects (local)

As of 27 August, no information regarding bid pricing was available.

Haya Water awarded the RO37m ($96m) contract to build the 50,000 cubic metre a day (cm/d) Darsait sewage treatment plant to a consortium of Spain’s Cadagua and the local Galfar Engineering & Contracting in January 2011.

The Darsait catchment covers the areas of Al-Bustan, Aynt, Bait al-Falaj, Darsait, coastal Darsait, Hamriya, Muscat, Muttrah, Ruwi, Sidab and Wadi Kabir.

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