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28 Novembre 2021



Kuwait's Ministry of Public Works (MPW) has invited firms to bid by 28 December for the contract to build a  wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in South Al-Mutlaa , in the country's Al-Jahra governorate.The planned wastewater treatment plant will have the capacity to treat 400,000 cubic meters of water a day (cm / d). It has an estimated budget of KD175m ($ 582m).The project includes underground buffering tanks with a capacity of 50,000 cubic meters and a tanker discharge station with the same capacity.In addition, the successful bidder will build a treated sewage effluent network from the reservoirs at Al-Mutlaa WWTP to the Al-Mutlaa City irrigation networks, and a 40-kilometer waterline from the Al-Mutlaa WWTP reservoirs to the bird sanctuary in Al- Jahra governorate.The tender was first issued last year, but was subsequently canceled.Kuwait is considering  retendering the contract , MEED reported in July.MPW received four bids for the contract in January, while Kuwait was in lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemicThe firms that submitted bids for the contract were:The Arab Contractors-Osman Ahmed Osman & Company (Egypt)China State Construction Engineering Corporation Kuzu Toplu Konut (Turkey)Mohammed Abdulmohsin al-Kharafi & Sons for General Trading (local)The lockdown is understood to have limited MPW's response to subsequent clarification requests made by bidders, a source familiar with the project told MEED in July (ICE KUWAIT)

Fonte notizia: MEED