Hydro-meteorological system sought for Sri Lanka dams

The government of Sri Lanka seeks bids to supply and install a hydro-meteorological information system for its dam safety and water resources planning project. Bids are due July 5.

Sri Lanka received a credit for the dam safety program from the World Bank’s International Development Association. The government awarded a US$6.5 million contract to Poyry in 2009 for consulting on rehabilitation of 32 dams.

The Project Management Unit of the Dam Safety and Water Resources Planning Project seeks a hydro-meteorological information system including 101 hydro-meteorological stations, 15 field calibration kits, 10 acoustic doppler current profilers, and 10 acoustic doppler velocity meters. The contract also is to include a central database system, hydrological data processing software, decision support tools, technical designs, and training.

Bidding documents in English may be obtained from the address below for US$250 or the equivalent in rupees. Documents also are available on the Internet at www.damsafety.lk.

Bids are due by 2 p.m. July 5. For information, contact Project Director, Project Management Unit, Dam Safety and Water Resources Planning Project, 1st Floor, 500 T.B. Jayah Mawatha, Colombo 10 Sri Lanka; Internet: www.damsafety.lk, https://wbgeconsult2.worldbank.org/wbgec/index.html.

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