A shortlist of four ventures has been drawn up for a consultancy contract to provide construction supervision services for the $100 million Manavgat water supply scheme. Construction is already under way (MEED 30:7:93, Tenders).
The companies shortlisted are: the UK’s John Brown Engineers & Constructors with the local ST-FA Muhendislik; a venture of a French firm identified as DVO Consulting with locals Yuksel Proje and Temelsu; the US’ Han Padron Associates with Port Consult, Krueger Consult and the Danish Hydraulic Institute, all of Denmark; and the US’ Intec Engineering.
The services required are for a valve control chamber on the shore and, offshore, four 1,200-millimetre-diameter undersea steel pipelines, two single point mooring facilities and related accessories. The main contractor for the project is a local venture, Emet-Aydiner; the subcontractor for the offshore component is Germany’s Wabag Wassertechnische Anlagen, with components supplied by the Netherlands’ Blue Water Shipping.