Zahraa Nasr City

The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) has secured financing from the European Development Partners consisting of EIB, European Union, AFD, and KfW to finance the GIS S/S contract for Zahraa Nasr City 220/66/11kV GIS substation.

Zahraa Nasr City substation

EETC is calling for sealed tenders from international bidders for the engineering, design, manufacturing, factory testing, site delivery, civil works, erection, testing at site, commissioning, putting in operation, insurance till provisional acceptance, warranty, training and assistance during warranty period for Zahraa Nasr City 220/66/11kV GIS Substation (package A) and the specified fire-fighting systems.

The scope of works include foundations and erection of power transformers 220/66/11 & 66/11kV supplied by package B.

Bidders may obtain further information from, and inspect and acquire the tender documents, at the office of EETC:

Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company,

Abbassia, Cairo,


Attention: Head of Purchasing and Stores Sector

Tender information and submission

A complete set of tendering documentation may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application in one original and two copies, accompanied by payment receipt of $2,000 (only the amount of two thousands US Dollars) from National Bank of Egypt-Nasr City Branch – Cairo, Egypt. (Account No. 11001007177).

All Tenders must be submitted in two envelopes clearly marked “Zahraa Nasr City 220/66/11 kV GIS S/S (Package A)” and be accompanied by tender security of $300,000, and must be delivered by hand to the same address as indicated above on or before the 11 July 2017 at 12:00 noon Cairo local time.

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