Bahrain receives bids for TSE network contract

11 Apr 2022
Bahrain receives bids for TSE network contract

Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Municipalities, Affairs and Urban Planning received five proposals from consultants for the contract to provide planning, designing and engineering services for plans to upgrade and expand the country’s treated sewage effluent (TSE) network

Bahrain’s Ministry of Works, Municipalities, Affairs and Urban Planning received five proposals from consultants for the contract to provide planning, designing and engineering services for plans to upgrade and expand the country’s treated sewage effluent (TSE) network.

Dar SSH submitted the lowest bid of BD849,750 for the consultancy contract, with p2m Middle East submitting the second lowest proposal of BD897,707.

The full list of bidders and prices is:

  • Dar SSH, BD849,750
  • P2m Middle East, BD897,707
  • Tebodin Middle East, BD924,243
  • Al Zayani Engineering, BD995,667
  • Ansari Engineering Services, BD1,321,711

The scope of work will involve surveying the existing TSE network system and to design and plan for a new TSE network and expanding, upgrading and creating new TSE connections to the network.

The consultancy contract will run for a period of 2 years.

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