Guatemala Tenders Water and Sanitation projects
Within the framework of the project Water for All, the Guatemalan government will put out tender in August several drinking water and sanitation projects worth about $50 million.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
The projects to be tendered will use funds provided by the Cooperación Española and the Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), and will benefit six associations.
The international competitive tender is for the supply and installation of micrometers and macrometers in five municipalities.
The Institute of Water and Sewerage in Panama is inviting eligible bidders to submit sealed bids for the project "Building a Propulsion Network and Pumping System for the new tanks in Burunga."
The Municipal Development Institute has published two tenders that include the construction of 28 projects for Water Supply and Rural Sanitation.
The $20 million project starts in 2013 and expects to bring improvements in the water supply and sewerage systems in the province.
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