Russia seeks hydrometeorological upgrade in three basins

The Russian Federation seeks bids for the modernization of the hydrological network of the Kuban, Ussuri, and Oka river basins and the equipping of gaging stations in other river basins. Bids are due November 6.

With funding from the World Bank, the Foundation Bureau of Economic Analysis (BEA) seeks bids for the hydrometeorological system upgrade. BEA is acting as project implementation unit under an agreement with Russia’s Ministry of Finance and the Russian Federal Service for Hydrometeorology and Environmental Monitoring (RosHydromet). (HNN 9/19/06)

Work is to include delivery of: automatic hydrological complexes; automatic snow measuring complexes; precipitation measuring complexes; telecommunication equipment for data transmission; and equipment and software for collection, processing, storing, and data transmission of hydrological data for 126 gaging stations, six hydrological stations, and 15 data collection centers. The supplier is to carry out preparatory work at the 159 hydrological posts, six hydrological stations, and 15 data collection centers in the three river basins.

Bid documents in English and Russian may be obtained from the address below for 2,500 rubles or US$100. A pre-bid meeting is scheduled September 30.

Bids are due by 2 p.m. Moscow time November 6. For information, contact Foundation Bureau of Economic Analysis, National Hydromet Modernization Project, Attn.: Sergey N. Lavrov, Executive Director, cc: Sergey Kirnos, Head of Procurement Department, 27, bld. 3, Zubovsky Blvd., Moscow 119021 Russia; (7) 495-9376750; Fax: (7) 495-9376753; E-mail:

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