The Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC), invites sealed bids from international bidders for the supply of 3x750MVA, 500/220kV three single phase autotransformers plus one spare phase.
EETC has applied for a joint loan from EIB, European Union, AFD and KfW to finance the contract.
The single phase autotransformers must be 500/220/22kV, 250MVA each with their accessories, O.L.T.C, AVRs, and 22kV air bus systems to connect the 22kV windings of autotransformer phases in Delta outside the transformer tanks, as specified for the New 6th October 500/220 kV GIS S/S contract.
The scope of work includes: engineering, design, fabrication, factory testing, site delivery, loading, unloading of transformers on foundations, supervision of erection, site testing and commissioning, training, insurance till provisional acceptance, warranty and technical assistance during the warranty period.
The completion period should take no longer than 17 months (15 months for site delivery starting from the contract signature plus two months for supervision of erection, testing and commissioning).
Bidders may obtain further information from, inspect and acquire the bid document, at the office of EETC, at:
Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company,
Att: Head of purchasing and stores sector
A complete set of bidding documents 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 from National Bank of Egypt-Nasr City Branch - Cairo, Egypt. (Account No. 11001007177).
All bids must be submitted in two envelopes clearly marked "New 6th October 500/220 kV GIS S/S (Package B), supply of 3×750 MVA 500/220 kV Autotransformers” and be accompanied by bid security $250,000 in the form of bid security, and must be delivered by hand to the same address given above.
The deadline is on or before the 28 February 2017 at 12:00 noon, Cairo local time.
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