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Request for qualifications launched for New Centennial Water Source - Kaliwa Dam Project

🕔 October 7, 2014
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The Metropolitan Waterworks and Sewerage System (MWSS), a Philippine government-owned and controlled corporation, and an attached agency of the Philippine Department of Public Works and Highways (DPWH), is inviting interested parties to apply for pre-qualification and bid for the design, financing and construction of dam and raw water conveyance structure for the New Centennial Water Source - Kaliwa Dam Project (NCWS-KDP).

The objective of the project is to ensure water security, increase Metro Manila's raw water supply to meet future potable water demand, and as a redundant water source, thereby reducing the total dependency on the Angat Dam reservoir.

The bidding will follow a two-stage process: pre-qualification and final bids from shortlisted firms.

Invitation Documents will be available from 17 October 2014 up to 03 November 2014 at the PBAC Secretariat Office, located at the MWSS Corporate Office, 4th Floor Administration Building, Katipunan Road, Balara, Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines.

Interested parties must submit their applications for pre-qualification not later than 12:00 noon, Philippine Standard Time, on 17 November 2014. 

To support MWSS on this endeavor, the Public-Private Partnership Center of the Philippines appointed RebelGroup in consortium with Allen & Overy, Crisil, PJS Law and Royal Haskoning DHV as the Transaction Advisor for the NCWS Project.

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