Indonesia bids to refurbish hollow jet valve at 187-MW Juanda Dam

Indonesia’s Directorate General of Water Resources seeks bids to refurbish a hollow jet valve at 187-MW Juanda Dam on the Citarum River in West Java, Indonesia. Bids are due October 17.

The agency took bids in 2012 to supply a crane and recondition another crane at Juanda, formerly Jatiluhur Dam. Under a dam operational improvement and safety program, the directorate general recruited consultants in 2011 to perform engineering and related services to rehabilitate and improve safety of the dam. The agency also recruited consultants in 2009 to provide technical assistance to the dam operational improvement and safety program including Juanda.

With funding from the World Bank, the current solicitation calls for rehabilitation of a hollow jet valve, a fixed cone valve generally used for flood control discharge.

Bidding documents may be obtained until October 16 from the address below. Bids are due by 2 p.m. October 17. For information, contact Procurement Committee for Works, Satuan Kerja Balai Besar Wilayah Sungai Citarum, Directorate General of Water Resources, Ministry of Public Works, Jl. Inspeksi Cidurian, Sta. 5600, Soekarno – Hatta, Bandung, 40292 Indonesia; Tel/Fax: (62) 22-7505760; E-mail:

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