Ethiopian Electric Power

The government of Ethiopia has received a credit from the In EEP-Eernational Development Association (IDA) in various currencies towards the cost of the Electricity Network Reinforcement on Project (AFENREP).

It is intended that part of the proceeds of this credit will be applied to eligible payments under the contract- ACFSMM, plant design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of:

Lot-1: Azezo-Chilga, Fincha II-Shambu and Metu-Masha 230 kV substations

Lot-2: Azezo-Chilga, Fincha I I-Shambu and Metu-Masha 230kV transmission lines

Ethiopian Electric Power tender information

The Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the projects.

International competitive bidding will be conducted in accordance with the Bank’s single-stage bidding procedure.

Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from office of Ethiopia Electric Power, Transmission & Substations Rehabilitation & Upgrading Project Office,

Churchil Road, Haron Tower,

10th floor, Room No.1001,

Addis Ababa,

Ethiopia

Interested eligible bidders may inspect the bidding documents at the Ethiopia Electric Power(EEP) Head Office,

Kirkos Sub city, Woreda 07,

House Number 944/045,

MEBA Building, 1st Floor,

Room No.01, (Near to AwashInternational Bank Head Office) Addis Ababa,

Ethiopia

A complete set of bidding documents may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the above address and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of $130. Applications starting from April 21, 2017.

Submissions

Bids must be delivered to the office, Ethiopia Electric Club, Mexico Square, at the back of Federal police head quarter, Addis Ababa, and for:

Attention: Ato Atalay Abebe, Procurement Manager, on or before 14:00pm, local time on 19 June 2017 and must be accompanied by a bid security of $800,000 for Lot-1 and $900,000 for Lot-2.

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