Bulgaria's Sofiyska Voda opens tender for 9.7 mln euro emergency repairs contract

Bulgaria's Sofiyska Voda opens tender for 9.7 mln euro emergency repairs contract

The water utility company serving the Bulgarian capital Sofia - Sofiyska Voda, said on Monday that it has opened an 18.9 million levs ($10.6 million/9.7 million euro) tender for a 28-month contract for emergency maintenance of the city's sewage network.The contractor will be obliged to provide 24-hour emergency maintenance services, Sofiyska Voda said in a tender notice.The deadline for submitting offers is January 6.Bids will be ranked solely based on price.Sofiyska Voda was established in October 2000 under a 25-year concession contract for the operation and maintenance of Sofia's water supply and sewerage system. France's Veolia Water owns 77.1% of the company's capital, while the Sofia municipality holds a stake of 22.9%, according to data from Sofiyska Voda's website.

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