Honduras seeks repairs to 300-MW General Francisco Morazan

TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras 5/11/12 (PennWell) — Honduras utility Empresa Nacional de Energia Electrica (ENEE) invites expressions of interest from international firms for special maintenance of subterranean works of the 300-MW General Francisco Morazan hydroelectric project at El Cajon Dam. Responses are due June 20.
The Morazan project was built in the 1980s in central Honduras on the Comayagua River. ENEE owns hydroelectric projects totaling 464.4 MW and is pursuing development of several others.

ENEE’s solicitation announcement did not specify the nature of the work. However, Business News Americas quoted local press reports that it seeks repairs due to damage from a 2009 earthquake, to include waterproofing of the dam face, concrete coating of tunnels, and epoxy resin injections in joints.

Tender documents may be obtained until May 21 from the address below for US$500 or 9,528 lempiras, deposited in the Banco Central de Honduras in the account of ENEE No. 12100-010-000118-5.

Bids are due by 9:30 a.m. June 20 to the address below. For information, contact Empresa Nacional de Energia Electrica (ENEE), Direccion de Licitaciones, cuarto nivel, Edificio Corporativo El Trapiche II, Residencial el Trapiche, Frente a “Mudanzas Internacionales,” Tegucigalpa, M.D.C., Honduras; (504) 2-235-2276; E-mail: licitaciones@enee.hn; Internet: www.enee.hn.

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