The government of Egypt has secured a loan from the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development (AFESD) to part-finance the procurement of materials and associated services for several packages of the 650MW Cairo West Supercritical Power Station.
The power station, which will consist of one steam generator, 1x 650MW steam turbine, generator and two condensers, now has government looking at applying part of the proceeds of this loan to an eligible payment under the contact for 500kV and 220kV gas insulated switchyard contract package.
Cairo Electricity Production Company (CEPC), a wholly owned subsidiary of the Egyptian Electricity Holding Company, now invites sealed tenders from international bidders for performing all works related to, including but not limited to, designing, engineering, fabricating, furnishing, delivering, receiving at site, unloading, storing, installing, startup, training, testing commissioning, placing into successful operation and maintaining until issuance of taking over and acceptance certificate (TOAC) of all materials and equipment.
The work includes all relevant civil works, electro-mechanical documents for the 500kV and 220kVgas insulated switchyard and 500/220kV transformer.
The tender documents have been made available at CEPC’s offices from 24th August 2016.
A complete set of tender documents in English may be purchased by interested bidders on submission of a written application to the address given below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of $3,000 from Suez Canal Bank, 79 Abdel Kadar Hamza St, Branch Cairo, Egypt, Account No.1330019720100104
The address: Cairo Electricity Production Company
22 Shannam Street, Sabttia, Cairo, Egypt
Attention: Head of Procurement Sector
Tender documents for the switchyard station
Bidders may obtain further information by contacting CEPC’s consultant at the address below:
Power Generation Engineering and Services Company
41 Al-Salam Avenue, Central District, New Cairo
Attention: Project Procurement Manager
All tenders must be submitted before or on 16th November 2016 by 12:00 noon (Cairo local time). All tenders must be accompanied by a tender security of $800,000.
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