In Cairo, the Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company (EETC) is now extending the invitation of sealed tenders from international bidders for the provision of Gamasa 220/66/11 kV GIS substations.
Suitable bidders will be requested to supply all plant, labour, technical and professional services, construction equipment and technical assistance on-site.
Scope of works – Gamasa substations
The scope of work is divided into package A, and package B.
Package A: Includes the provision of training and to perform all operations necessary and required to design, fabricate, furnish, deliver, transport to the site, unload, store, civil works, erect, test, start-up, commission, insurance until issuance of Gamasa 220/66/11 kV GIS substations.
Package B: Includes foundations and erection of power transformers 220/66/11 & 66/11 kV.
A complete set of tendering documents may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application (one original and two copies), accompanied by payment receipt of $3,000 from the National Bank of Egypt-Nasr City Branch – Cairo, Egypt. Account No: 11001007177.
All tenders are to be submitted in two envelopes clearly marked “Gamasa 220/66/11 kV GIS S/S (Package A)” to the address below, and be accompanied by a tender security fee of $160,000 and must be delivered by hand at the EETC offices on or before 20 June 2016 at 12:00.
Address: Egyptian Electricity Transmission Company, Abbassia, Cairo, Egypt, attention: head of purchasing and stores sector.
Envelope (A) and (B) must be submitted simultaneously at the same time.
For the financial support of this project, the EETC requested the participation of the European Development Partners, which includes the European Investment Bank, European Commission, the French Development Agency as well as the KfW Bank.
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