Rwanda hires engineering aid for electricity rehab project

The government of Rwanda has awarded a contract worth US$610,498 to assist engineering supervision and site management for Rwanda’s electricity rehabilitation program.

Under the World Bank-funded Urgent Electricity Rehabilitation Project, Rwanda awarded the contract to RSW International Inc. of Canada. The contract amount, US$507,706 plus 56.9 million Rwanda francs (US$103,792), was based on a bid by RSW and final price negotiations.

Over 31 months, RSW is to provide technical assistance for engineering supervision and site management of power system reinforcement for the rehab program.

Rwanda’s Ministry of Infrastructure previously recruited regional experts, including hydropower experts, to advance the urgent electricity rehabilitation program. (HNN 3/22/07)

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