Tender launched for construction and operation of wastewater plant in Cyprus

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Tender launched for construction and operation of wastewater plant in Cyprus

The Sewage Board of Limassol - Amathus, a public utility organisation that manages municipal wastewater of the Greater Limassol area in Cyprus, has issued a tender process for the development of a new wastewater plant.

The PPP project involves the design, construction, operation and maintenance of a new Sewage Treatment facility to the West of Limassol to treat flows of 13 000 m³/d.

The contract is for a period of 12+5 years: 24 months for the design and construction works, 10 years operation and maintenance of the WWTP, and further period of 5 years of operation and maintenance at the Employers discretion.

The total investment is estimated at €45 million (US$61.3 million). €21 million of will be used for the design and construction of the new facility, €15 million will be for the operation and maintenance for a period of 10 years and the remaining €9 million will be used for the operation and maintenance of the last 5 years.

Limassol or Lemesos  is a city on the southern coast of Cyprus and capital of the eponymous district. Limassol is the second largest city in Cyprus. The district of Limassol has a population of 235,000 inhabitants.

Interested parties must submit their request to participate on or before 20 October 2014.

See contract notice:

http://tenderise.eu/notice/208679-2014

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