hydro power projects

In East Africa, the Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP) is implementing a number of hydro power projects as part of the second five-year Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP II).

As part of executing these projects, EEP is issuing an expression of interest (EOI) for a consultancy service of engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract management for eligible, reputable and qualified consulting firms to undertake one of these projects.

Tender information – hydro power projects

The services under this project are to provide overall and complete consultancy services in the EPC contract administration during design, construction, test and commissioning and defects liability periods of the project in conformity with internationally accepted standards and procedures as well as state-of-the-art technology prevailing in the hydro power construction sector.

The project consists of a number of characteristics, including diversion tunnels, Rock fill with Clay Core Dam and CFRD dam, spillways, power intake structures, head-race tunnels, shafts, underground powerhouses, tail-race tunnels, switch yards and transmission lines.

Deadline for submissions

EEP now invites eligible, reputable and qualified consulting firms to obtain the pre-qualification documents starting from 4thJuly 2016 for a non-refundable fee of Ethiopian Birr 500.00 ($22.8) from the Procurement, Logistics and Warehouse office. The address is shown below.

Ethiopian Electric Power (EEP), Head Office

Meba Building, behind Awash International Bank Head Office

Ground Floor Office Number 01

Deadline for pre-qualification document submission has been slated for 14:00pm 18th July 2016, local time.

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