Energy Efficiency

Tenders invited for energy efficiency reconstruction of 11 public buildings

Photo: Psychiatric hospital of Sarajevo Canton


July 5, 2018





July 5, 2018




The UNDP Bosnia and Herzegovina has invited companies to submit their bids for the energy efficiency rehabilitation works on 11 public buildings.

All bids must be submitted no later than July 25.

Construction, mechanical and electrical works sought for the energy efficiency reconstruction of 11 public buildings in BiH is part of the Green Economic Development Project.

The UNDP has been implementing the five-year Green Economic Development Project financed by the Government of Sweden, the Environmental Fund of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund of Republika Srpska since 2013.

The 11 public building to be reconstructed are the Psychiatric Hospital of the Sarajevo Canton, the Novi Grad police station in Sarajevo, elementary schools Vladislav Skarić, Malta, and Behaudin Selmanović, all in Sarajevo, the Lastavica kindergarten in Sarajevo, the Hilmi Ef. Sarić elementary schools in Tarčin, a walk-in clinic in Mostar, and Domanovići elementary school in Čapljina, the Dragočaj elementary school in Banja Luka and the Tirol kindergarten in Derventa, the UNDP said in an invitation to bid.

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