Poland agency extends bidding to refurbish 160.2-MW Wloclawek Dam

Polish water manager Regionalny Zarzad Gospodarki Wodnej w Warszawie (RGZW) has extended the deadline for bids for reconstruction and repair of 160.2-MW Wloclawek Dam on Poland’s Vistula River. Bids now are due September 12.

RGZE previously called for bids by August 30.

Wloclawek was built between 1962 and 1970 on the Vistula (or Wisla) River. Polish utility Energa Hydro Sp. z.o.o. awarded a contract in 2011 to ABB Sp. z.o.o. for a replacement transformer block in the project’s hydroelectric plant.

RGZW seeks bids to improve the density of the dam body and face, develop an automatic measurement and control system, repair civil construction and mechanical and electrical equipment, repair locks, and reconstruct fish ladders. The work is to be performed from October 2012 through December 2014 with an estimated value of 85.5 million zlotys (US$24.4 million).

Solicitation documents may be obtained from the address below. Bids, in Polish, are due by 11 a.m. September 12.

For information, contact Regionalny Zarzad Gospodarki Wodnej w Warszawie, ul. Zarzecze 13B, Attn.: Andrzej Sokolinski, 03-194 Warsaw, Poland; (48) 22-5870360; Fax: (48) 22-5870202; E-mail: przetargi@warszawa.rzgw.gov.pl; Internet: www.warszawa.rzgw.gov.pl.


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