Indonesia seeks hydraulic metal works for 1,040-MW Upper Cisokan pumped-storage

Indonesia utility PT PLN Persero invites applications for pre-qualification to supply hydraulic metal works for construction of the 1,040-MW Upper Cisokan pumped-storage hydroelectric project in Indonesia. Responses are due June 30.

The World Bank approved a US$640 million loan in 2011 to assist with the development of Upper Cisokan on the Cisokan River, a tributary of the Citarum River in West Java. The project also includes the 1,000-MW Matenggeng pumped-storage project, under development.

PT PLN Persero invited pre-qualification last year to construct upper and lower dams, waterways, powerhouse, and switchyard of Upper Cisokan. The project is to have four 260-MW reversible Francis pump-turbines in an underground powerhouse, two roller-compacted-concrete dams impounding upper and lower reservoirs, and transmission lines connecting with the Java-Bali power system.

The current solicitation invites pre-qualification for Package 4 – Hydraulic Metal Works.

Pre-qualification documents may be obtained from the address below for 5 million rupiah or US$500. PT PLN’s bank for U.S. dollars is PT Bank Negara Indonesia (Persero), CabangUtamaMelawai Raya, Account PT PLN (Persero) No. 173-777-52, SWIFT Code BNINIDJA. Its bank for rupiah is PT Bank Mandiri (Persero), CabangPLN Kantor Pusat, Account PT PLN (Persero) Kantor Pusat No. 1260006284342.

Applications for pre-qualification are due June 30 to the address below, labeled “Application to Pre-qualify for Upper Cisokan Pumped-Storage Power Plant Project: Package 4 – Hydraulic Metal Works.” For information, contact PT PLN Persero, Chairman of the Procurement Committee for Upper Cisokan Pumped-Storage Power Plant Project, Strategic Procurement Division, Main Building, 15th Floor, Jl. Trunojoyo Blok M I/135, Kebayoran Baru, Jakarta 12160 Indonesia; (62) 21-7261875, extension 1862; Fax: (62) 21-7227060.

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