Qatar issues tenders for sewerage scheme

Two infrastructure tenders floated to link homes to new sewerage system in west of Qatari capital, Doha

Qatar is pouring billions into its infrastructure.
Qatar is pouring billions into its infrastructure.

Qatar’s public works authority Ashghal has issued two tenders covering infrastructure works servicing Doha and Rayyan.

The first covers laying sewer pipe and connecting around 300 houses to the new system while also removing old septic tanks and disposing of them. The scope of the work also covers constructing unlined and GRO lined manholes, inspection chambers and a number of other detailed works.

The contract period is 455 days, plus a subsequent 400 day maintenance programme. You can find further details here.

The second contract covers road reinstatement works that will run alongside the reconnection contract. That contract stipulates that: “reinstatement for Major Roads shall be carried out after milling existing wearing course (maximum 50mm thick) and shall be machine laid and using only approved Class A Road Contractors.”

The contract period is 545 days, plus a 400 day maintenance programme.

Further details can be found here.

Closing date for submissions on both contracts is 22 February 2015.

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