Bosnia municipality of Capljina calls tender for water supply project EBRD.

By bne IntelliNews February 28, 2013
The EBRD announced that Bosnias municipality of Capljina has called a tender for the extension of its water supply network. The project will be funded with the proceeds of a EUR 5mn loan that the EBRD extended to the municipality in March 2012 and an EU grant worth EUR 4.5mn. It should be completed by mid-2015 and includes the construction of two lots of pressure and transportation pipelines with a combined length of 21 kilometres. Eligible companies can apply for one or more lots and should have an average annual turnover of at least EUR 3mn during the last three years and sufficient financial resources to meet the construction cash flows. The deadline for the submission of bids is April 15.

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