Agua de Hermosillo launches tender for US$48mn wastewater treatment plant

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Monday, March 29, 2010

The water utility serving Mexico's Sonora state capital Hermosillo, Agua de Hermosillo, has launched a tender to build a 600mn-peso (US$48.1mn) wastewater treatment plant.

Financial and technical offers must be received by July 20, and will be opened the same day, an official from Agua de Hermosillo told BNamericas.

The contract will be awarded on August 27 and must be signed by September 10 at the latest, the official added.

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The wastewater treatment plant will have a capacity to treat 2.5m3/s in a first phase, and will be built under a public services provision contract, whereby the municipal government pays the awardee a fixed price for wastewater treatment.

The plant is scheduled to start operations in 2012, according to information published on the Hermosillo government website.

To download the bidding rules, in Spanish, go to this link