Prices opened for Al-Ansab STP

12 November 2004
The local Galfar Engineering & Contractingis low bidder at RO 31.5 million ($80.8 million) for the contract to construct the Al-Ansab sewage treatment plant (STP), part of the Muscat wastewater project. An award is expected by the end of the year by the client, Oman Wastewater Services Company(MEED 5:11:04).

Four financial offers were opened for the contract. The team of the local Teejanwith Larsen & Toubroand Bhagheeratha Engineering, both of India, was second lowest bidder with its two options of RO 34.6 million ($88.7 million) and RO 35.1 million ($90 million), followed by Austria's Strabagat RO 37.4 million ($95.9 million) and Athens-based Consolidated Contractors International Company (CCC)at RO 41 million ($105.1 million). The contract calls for the installation of a 53,000-cubic-metre-a-day STP at Al-Ansab and a control system for the entire project.

Applications for prequlification have also been invited by 22 November for the position of project manager on the $1,000 million scheme. About 17 international companies have picked up tender documents. A shortlist is being drawn up for the contract to provide design and construction supervision services for future phases of the project.

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