Works Ministry awards 10 tenders and invites tenders for 11 tenders In July and August
- Bahrain: Tuesday, September 11 - 2012 at 16:26
- PRESS RELEASE
MoW's Assistant Undersecretary for Technical services Ahmed Al Khayyat revealed that the Ministry awarded 10 BD17,352,194m tenders in July and August, while they invited tenders for 11 tenders at a cost of BD8,043,793m.
The Tem of Contract For the rainwater coatings with a 10 year warrantee for 2 years (2012-2014) was also awarded at a cost of BD110,770, in addition to the awarding of the Tem of Contract for BD5,6m building maintenance works by 35 contractors and the awarding of BD181,350 revamp and maintenance of Gudaibiya Palace Garden Project.
In August, only one project related to the building maintenance sector was awarded, which is the BD587,510 revamp of Bahrain Training Institute's Electricity Network Project.
Also bids were invited for the BD465,000 Maintenance of the Prime Minister's Court Building, and the BD438,000 Document Treasury Project for the Ministry of Justice and Islamic Affiars.
In the roads sector, Al Khayyat revealed, "The tender for the revamp of Avenue 5 in Isa Town, blocks 801 and 812, was awarded in July at a cost of BD554,717. In August, bids were invited for 5 projects, which were the Tem of Contract for the maintenance of car parks timers for the years 2012-201 at a cost of BD99,450, the BD1,360,000m Revamp of Hawar Highway from Askar to Jaw Project, the BD290,000 Construction of a Parking Area adjacent to Bahrain Defense Force in Hamala, the BD300,000 Painting & Maintenance of Bridges (phase 2), and the BD2,350,000 Re-Construction of Sitra Causeway Project. No roads tenders were awarded during August."
In the sanitary engineering sector, bids were invited for 2 tenders during July, and 2 other tenders in August; including the BD330,000 Consultation Services for the Sewage Network Scheme in Jidhafs, Blocks 422, 424 and 426, the BD400,000 Consultation Services for the Sewage Network Scheme in Nuwaidrat Blocks 643 and 646, the BD447,343 for Oxygen supply in aeration tanks at Tubli Sewerage Station., and finally the BD1,564,000m Sewage Network Scheme in Al Qurayya Block 551.
In August, 4 sanitary engineering tenders were awarded, which were the BD388,941 Development of the Sand Removal Unit, the BD552,455 Development of the Final Sedimentation Reservoirs Project in Tubli Sewage Treatment Plant, the establishment of the BD5,495,024m construction of sewerage network in Saar (phase 4) and the BD2,982,277m Development of Sand Filters Project.
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