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Macedonia to publish tender for construction of wastewater treatment plant in Bitola

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December 21, 2017

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Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia’s Ministry of Finance intends to publish tenders for construction of wastewater treatment plant and rehabilitation and upgrading of the sewerage network in the Municipality of Bitola, and for the supervision of these works in February 2018.

The construction of the wastewater treatment plant will enable the treatment of the industrial and the communal wastewater of Bitola, which are currently discharged untreated into Dragor River a tributary of River Crna Reka, which further flows into the Vardar River.

Indicative budget for supervision contract is EUR 1,3 million while the value for construction and upgrade works wasn’t disclosed in prior information notices.

The project is backed by the European Union’s Instrument for Pre-Accession Assistance (IPA).

“The contract for construction of the wastewater treatment plant will cover design and construction of plant for 112,474 PE with a total daily average flow of approximately 27,090 m3/day and extension (375 m) of the existing main collector,” Ministry of Finance said in the prior information notice.

Works on the sewerage network will include construction of  9 km new sewerage network, reconstruction of 13 km existing sewerage network, design and construction of two pumping stations and pressure pipes of around 5.6 km, and, design and construction of the main sewerage collector with the method of micro-tunneling with a length of 325 m.

“The purpose of the supervision contract is to assist in works contracts management and successful implementation of the investment measures through the supervision of the implementation of the works contracts for construction of plant and rehabilitation of the sewerage network,” Ministry of Finance said in the prior information notice.

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