Tendering launched for construction of two water pipelines in Šibenik

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July 23, 2018






July 23, 2018





Public water and wastewater utility Vodovod i odvodnja Šibenik has launched tendering for the construction of water supply pipelines Supljak-Kanica and Dvornice-Salići as part of the Šibenik wastewater investment program.

The construction will be financed by a loan secured by the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD).

Šibenik’s utility Vodovod i odvodnja invites sealed tenders from contractors for the water supply pipeline Supljak-Kanica in the total length of 11 km, and water supply pipeline Dvornice-Salići in the total length of 1.6 km. Time for completion is 365 days, the EBRD said on its website.

Tenders must be delivered until August 29.

The Šibenik wastewater investment program envisages the rehabilitation and upgrade of the wastewater infrastructure in the Šibenik area.

According to the EBRD, the project would increase the coverage of the sewerage network in the Šibenik area and enable the local utility company to achieve compliance with the EU directives.

Vodovod i odvodnja is majority owned by the City of Šibenik (63%) and surrounding municipalities (37%).

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