Kenya seeks flood plain, dams survey

The government of Kenya seeks bids from consultants to survey the flood plain and seven dams on the Nzoia River in Kenya. Bids are due June 19.

With funding from the World Bank’s International Development Association, Kenya is implementing the Western Kenya Community Driven Development and Flood Mitigation Project.

As part of the program, the Ministry of State for Special Programs seeks bids to perform a survey, using Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology, of the Nzoia flood plain and Dams 42A, 39, 38, 35, 34B, 34, and 33.

Last year, the World Bank recruited consultants for a similar survey of the flood plain and potential dam sites. (HNN 5/3/07)

Bidding documents in English may be obtained from the address below for 3,000 shillings (US$49) by cash or bankers check to Permanent Secretary of Ministry of State for Special Programs at Comcraft House, 7th Floor.

Bids are due by 10 a.m. June 19. Electronic bidding is not permitted.

For information, contact National Project Coordinator, Western Kenya Community Driven Development and Flood Mitigation Project, Ministry of State for Special Programs, Comcraft House, 4th Floor, Room 422, Haile Selassie Ave., Nairobi, Kenya; (254) 20-250645; Fax: (254) 20-2213878; E-mail: info@westernkenya.go.ke, westernkenyadev@gmail.com.

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