More dam rehab work sought in China’s Shandong Province

China’s Shandong Province seeks bids for rehabilitation work on a high-risk dam at Muyu Reservoir in Shandong. Bids are due Sept. 3. 

The province previously took bids for rehabilitation of five other dams, at Longwantao Reservoir (HydroWorld 6/2/10), Huacun Reservoir (HydroWorld 5/27/10), Renhe Reservoir, Qiangkuang Reservoir, and Songshan Reservoir. (HydroWorld 5/21/10)

China has applied to the Asian Development Bank for funding to accelerate strengthening 109 high-risk dams in Shandong, including some with hydropower. (HydroWorld 2/26/09) The US$32 million program would strengthen reservoirs of 15 large and 94 medium-sized high-risk projects. Since 1973, 254 reservoirs have collapsed in Shandong Province, killing 225 people.

Shandong Province’s Administration Office of Risk Mitigation and Strengthening of Muyu Reservoir and Shandong Hydraulic Tendering Co. Ltd. invite bids for Contract SLZB2010-75-01, for east outlet rehabilitation works at Muyu Reservoir.

Bidding documents, in Chinese, may be purchased from the address below for 1,000 renminbi (US$147). Bids, in Chinese, are due by 9:30 a.m. Beijing time Sept. 3.

For information, contact Yu Jingbo, Shandong Hydraulic Tendering Co. Ltd., Room 206, No. 35 Heping Ave., Jinan City, Shandong Province, China; (86) 531-81932877; Fax: (86) 531-86952689.

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