Tierra del Fuego pushes back bidding for US$9mn potable water tender

Thursday, December 1, 2011

Argentina's Tierra del Fuego province government is due to open bids on December 16 for a tender to expand a potable water system in the city of Ushuaia, priced at 40mn pesos (US$9.3mn).

The previous bid deadline was November 29.

Five companies have already purchased bidding documents for the tender, the province said in a release, without mentioning the companies involved.

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Work is slated for completion in 730 days and involves building a potable water treatment plant, an intake on the Pipo river, a pipeline and storage tank.

The initiative will expand potable water service to some 3,000 households in the Río Pipo area.