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KAPP invites qualified consortia of UAH WWTP to envelope opening session
18/03/2017 | LOC15:15
12:15 GMT
| Kuwait News
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Public session for the opening of the financial envelopes of Umm Al-Hayman Wastewater Treatment Plant Project
Public session for the opening of the financial envelopes of Umm Al-Hayman Wastewater Treatment Plant Project
KUWAIT, March 18 (KUNA) -- Kuwait Authority for Partnership Projects (KAPP) has invited the qualified consortia for Umm Al-Hayman Wastewater Treatment Plant Project in collaboration with Ministry of Public Works to the public session for the opening of the financial envelopes.
The session, held on Thursday, was attended by a consortium led by WTE Wassertechnik GmbH Group (WTE), and a consortium led by Kharafi National KSC, KAPP said in a press release on Saturday.
Envelope Two, the Commercial and Financial Bids, were opened during the session in an alphabetical order of the qualified consortia as the value of each tender was announced clearly and then registered in a pre-prepared chart, it added.
Umm Al-Hyaman WWTP Project shall involve design, build, finance, operate and transfer of a wastewater treatment plant with a capacity of 500,000 m3/day as a first stage, also upgrading, extension and refurbishment of pumping stations, of Egaila, Riqqa and UAH City stations, along with the construction of the networks of pipes and transmission systems of wastewater and treated water from and to the treatment plant, KAPP noted.
The project's objectives include the improvement of the overall state of infrastructure in Kuwait's water and wastewater sector; ensuring the standard of sanitary services in the country adheres to both international and local environmental guidelines and best practices, it said.
Umm Al-Hayman is the first of its kind to be developed under the PPP law 116 of 2014 in Kuwait and serves the wastewater treatment sector, to develop two components of the project (the plant) BOT part and (the transmission systems) DBO part as two agreements within one PPP contract.
The project aims to meet the increasing demand and development on the Southern part of Kuwait. Therefore, The Ministry of Public Works will be the public entity to sign the contract with the successful investor.
On his part, Eng. Waleed Al-Ghanim, head of the Competition Committee at the Ministry of Public Works, praised KAPP's role in accelerating partnership projects between the public and the private sector.
He pointed out new PPP projects in the future between the Ministry of Public Works and KAPP. (end) fnk.abd.mt
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