Waha Oil Company ask firms to prequalify for construction project

30 June 2013

Tender involves the construction of prefabricated buildings in Libya

Libya’s Waha Oil Company (WOC) has invited companies to prequalify on a tender for the construction of prefabricated buildings.

The scope of the work entails engineering design, procurement, construction and start-up (EPCCS) of prefabricated buildings to be used for accommodation, offices, mess halls, warehouses and fire stations.

The company said the buildings must be designed and built using modern prefab building techniques, which have been implemented during the past 10 years and proven to be successful.

The buildings also must be able to withstand desert weather conditions, be earthquake resistant, and have a life span of no less than 40 years. Each single project will need to be completed in eight months.

WOC requires companies to submit prequalification documents by 28 July. Successful contractors will then be sent invitations to bid for the contract.

WOC is a subsidiary of Libya’s state-owned National Oil Corporation (NOC).

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