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Conagua tenders Hurricane Manuel reconstruction works

Bnamericas Published: Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Mexico's national water commission, Conagua, has published a tender for supervision of water infrastructure reconstruction works in Sinaloa state following damage caused by Hurricane Manuel, according to a tender notice.

The winning bidder will be required to supervise 92 reconstruction works in nine municipalities.

September's Hurricane Manuel damaged potable water and sanitation infrastructure across the country and the natural disaster fund, Fonden, has allocated resources for reconstruction works.

The works in Sinaloa state will start on December 27 and are due to wrap up on June 24, 2014.

The local branch of Conagua, the Pacific North water basin, will hold a site visit on December 18, followed by a pre-bid meeting on December 19.

Bids must be submitted by December 23 and the tender will be awarded on December 24.

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