Study sought for Dominican Republic dam rehab

The Dominican Republic seeks applications for pre-qualification from consultants to study reinforcement of the Mejita Reservoir Dam. Responses are due by June 22.

With a budget of 798,000 euros (US$1.02 million) from the European Development Fund, the government seeks a dam stability study and construction design on possible ways of reinforcing or improving the dam and guaranteeing its long-term stability. The study also would include stabilizing, encapsulating, or draining tailings, plus risk analysis and dam break analysis.

Applications must be submitted using a standard application form that is available on the Internet at http://europa.eu.int/comm/europeaid/index_es.html. The application is due by hand delivery or registered mail by noon June 22 to Ordenador Nacional para los Fondos Europeos de Desarrollo (ONFED), Oficinas Gubernamentales, Seccion A, Avda. Mejico esq. Dr. Delgado, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

Between four and eight short-listed candidates will be invited about July 17 to submit detailed bids.

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