TURKEY: Bids in for Adapazari wastewater treatment

19 April 1996
NEWS

A low bid of about $124.7 million excluding financing costs has been returned for a biological wastewater treatment facility at Adapazari by a venture led by Germany's Preussag-Noeli. The venture includes the UK's Baifour Beatty and the local Metis.

The client is Adapazari municipality.

The bids excluding financing costs were:

Preussag with Balfour Beatty and Metis - $124.7 million the local Guns - $136.8 million Germany's Lurgi with the local Limak - $148.1 million a venture led by the UK's Anglian Water Authority - $152 million The offer is being arranged by France's Groupe Paribas. It includes a commercial portion and export credits covered by Germany's Hermes and the UK's Export Credits Guarantee Department.

Completion of the project to serve a population of about 700,000 will take about 18 months. It includes the construction of surface aeration, pre-treatment and final sedimentation tanks, pipework and pumping facilities

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