Local Tie-Up Wins 30.1 Mln Euro WWTP Overhaul Tender in Bulgaria's Plovdiv

Local Tie-Up Wins 30.1 Mln Euro WWTP Overhaul Tender in Bulgaria's Plovdiv

A Bulgarian tie-up won a tender for the reconstruction of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Bulgaria's second biggest city of Plovdiv worth an estimated 58.8 million levs ($33.9 million/30.1 million euro), the Plovdiv municipality said. The tie-up comprising GBS-Plovdiv, Glavbolgarstroy and EKO-proekt 2000 offered to the job for 58.7 million levs, the municipality said in a notice published on its website earlier this week. The tie-up was the only candidate allowed to the final round of the tender, as its bid received the maximum score of 100 points. Four other candidates - local company Building Development Holding and tie-ups comprising Interprom and Akva Ekoproekt System; ISA 2000, Kalistratov Group and Hydrostroy; and Spanish-based Marko Obra Group and GP Group - did not make it to the final stage for failing to provide the required technical information regarding.

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