Bulgarian Municipality Seeks Bids for 1.7 Mln Euro Water Cycle Upgrade

Bulgarian Municipality Seeks Bids for 1.7 Mln Euro Water Cycle Upgrade

The Bulgarian southwestern municipality of Strumyani has invited bids for the 3.4 million lev ($2.4 million/1.7 million euro) reconstruction of the municipality’s water supply network and the adjacent asphalt pavement, a notice with the Bulgarian Public Procurement Agency indicated
The project includes the rehabilitation of the water cycles in the Drakata and Ilindentsi villages as well as the reconstruction of an external water main in Ilindentsi, together with the asphalt pavement at the sites.
The project is co-financed under the EU-funded operational programme Rural Development 2007-2013.
The contract value was value added tax (VAT) included.
Bids must be submitted by February 20.

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