Bosnia reissues call for seepage control at 315-MW Visegrad Dam

BANJA LUKA, Bosnia and Herzegovina 6/8/12 (PennWell) — The electric utility of Bosnia’s Serb Republic has reissued a solicitation for bids to control seepage beneath 315-MW Visegrad Dam in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Bids are due June 26.

In a previous solicitation for the work, Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske a.d. Trebinje called for bids in September 2011. Elektroprivreda also took bids last year to supply a monitoring system for three generating sets at Visegrad.

The utility now seeks bids for construction of access and a temporary construction site at Visegrad, injection of inert materials and sealing at a sinkhole, drilling and injection of grout on the dam site, and supply of equipment and construction of structures for monitoring during rehabilitation. The work is to require 18 months.

Bid documents in English may be obtained upon written application to the first address below for 600 marks or 307 euros (US$384). Payment is to be by bank transfer to Volks Bank AD, Banja Luka, RS/BiH; SWIFT VBBLBA22 on Account EUR 9909011 on the account of Elektroprivreda of Republic of Srpska, Trebinje; Account No. BA 395674440000006503 through LHB Internationale Handelsbank AG, Frankfurt/Main, Germany, SWIFT LHBIDEFF, with note: For Elektroprivreda RS, with identification of purpose: Purchase of Bidding Documents No. ECSSE APL3 BiH/EIB-A2.3-02R/12-HPPV.

Bids are due to the first address below by 2 p.m. June 26. For information, contact: 
MH Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske MP a.d. Trebinje, Milan Bejat, Project Implementation Unit, Trg Republike Srpske br. 8/VIII, 78000 Banja Luka, Bosnia and Herzegovina/Republic of Srpska; (387) 51-343924; Fax: (387) 51-343929; E-mail:;
MH Elektroprivreda Republike Srpske MP a.d. Trebinje, Zavisno preduzece “Hidroelektrane na Drini” a.d., Mirko Ostojic, 73300 Foca, Nemanjina 7 Bosnia and Herzegovina/Republic of Srpska; (387) 58-210703; Fax: (387) 58-21070; E-mail:

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