|13/12/2003 S241 PHARE, TACIS and countries of Central and Eastern Europe - Tender notice|
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RO-Timisoara: ISPA - Timisoara sewerage improvements
Works contract forecast
Location - Timisoara, Romania
||Publication reference: EUROPEAID/117720/D/W/RO|
||Financing: European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.|
||Contracting authority: Regia Autonoma Apa si Canalizare \"Aquatim\" Timisoara, 11/a Gh. Lazar Street, Timisoara 300081, Romania. Tel.: 40 (0256) 294 751. Fax: 40 (0256) 294 751. |
||Description of the contract: The purpose of the works is to rehabilitate and extend the sewerage network in Timisoara City, Romania. The main works, for which a detailed design has been prepared, include the following:
1. new sewers, which will be connected to the existing main collectors, approximately 2,2 km of main sewers (up to 2 000 mm non-circular) and 7,8 km secondary sewers (between 300 mm and 1 000 mm diameter);
2. replacement of approximately 2,4 km sewers between 300 mm and 1 000 mm diameter in different areas together with associated property connections, manholes and chambers;
3. supply of sewer cleaning and maintenance equipment.
Timisoara is located some 600 km west of Bucharest. Timisoara is the largest economic and industrial centre in the west of Romania. The total population of the area is 430 000.
||Indicative number and titles of lots: None.|
||Scheduled publication date: January/February 2004.|
||Other information: As this contract is being funded through EBRD as co-financiers of the Timisoara financing memorandum, it will follow EBRD procedures through tendering and contracting. All future notices will be published on the EBRD web site.|
||Legal basis: Council Regulation (EC) No 1267/1999 of 21 June 1999 establishing an instrument for structural policies for pre-accession.|
There must be an interval of at least 30 calendar days between the publication of this contract forecast and the publication of the corresponding procurement notice. Natural or legal persons interested should not therefore send proposals or requests for information at this stage. NB: see note 9 above.