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Mexico's Nayarit state water authority CEA will open bids on February 7 to build and operate a new wastewater treatment plant in coastal city Bahia de Banderas.
CEA plans to award the project February 28 and sign a contract with the winning firm on March 11, according to a tender document.
The plant will initially treat 600l/s, but will have total capacity to treat 900l/s. The winning firm will sign a 236-month contract.
The project will cost an estimated 500mn pesos (US$41.3mn), BNamericas reported previously.
CEA obtained a 98mn-peso grant from national infrastructure fund Fonadin that will partially finance the project. The winning firm will be responsible for the remaining investment.
For bidding rules, in Spanish, go to this link. Additional information is available on e-procurement website Compranet. The tender number is 47102001-011-10.