Azerbaijan announces international tender in frame of water project of ADB
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 1 /Trend A.Hasanov/
JSC Azersu (national water operator) has announced an open international tender for the rehabilitation of water supply and sanitation in the city of Goychay within the investment program of the Asian Development Bank (ADB). Participate in the tender is open to all member countries of ADB.
The subjects of the tender are as follows:
- Construction of water intake facilities - drilling of two deep wells (depth of 140 meters), including water lifting pipes, underwater pumps;
- Water distribution network construction with length of about 55.5 thousand meters;
- Installation of water counters - 3340 units;
- Rehabilitation of roads in the area of about 45,000 square meters;
- Restoration of the sewer system (the construction of sewers network with length of 46.6 thousand meters, connecting to homes - 2340 units, rehabilitation of roads in the area of about 45.3 thousand square meters).
Reconstruction and construction work must be completed within 548 days.
Payment for purchase of tender documents is 100 manat, or $130.
Bids with a bank guarantee must be submitted to JSC Azersu
Address: Baku city, Moscow avenue 67, 3rd Floor, Room 321, AZ1012.
Contact: Madar Guliyev, Head of the management of international projects of Azersu.
Tel: (+994 12) 530 43 44
fax: (+994 12) 430 29 11
Related documents must be submitted no later than 4:00 p.m. April 10 at the head office of Azersu in order to participate in the tender
Tender is announced in the frame of the second tranche of $300 million from the multitranche financing (MFF) of Asian Development Bank to improve water and sanitation services in Azerbaijan. The Bank approved the loan in January 2012. The loan will be used to complete the work to improve system of water supply and sanitation in Agdash, Goychay, Nakhchivan and Beylagan.
MFF was approved in September 2009 by the Board of Directors of the Asian Development Bank in the amount of $ 600 million.
Multitranche financing became the basis for eight-year collaboration between the ADB and the government of the country, considering the incremental investment, supported by a clear strategy and program of reforms on water supply and sanitation.