CHAD: an invitation to tender for boreholes in the town of Abéchée

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The government of the Republic of Chad is launching an international call for tenders for the construction and upgrading of boreholes in Abéchée, a town located in the Ouaddaï region. Interested companies have until November 8, 2021 to apply.

There is news about the second phase of the drinking water supply project in the town of Abéchée, “Bithea 2”. More than two years after its launch by the former President of the Republic of Chad, Idriss Déby Itno, the construction of six boreholes is becoming clearer. The Chadian Ministry of Urban and Rural Hydraulics is launching an international invitation to tender for the implementation of this project. The call for tenders concerns Arab, African or Arab-African companies.

The call for expressions of interest is open until November 8th, 2021. The selected company will carry out drilling, each with a flow rate of 75 m3 per hour. The company will also rehabilitate five existing boreholes in the town of Abéchée.

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These new works will be launched soon, while the deadline for the “Bithéa 2” project set by the Chadian government is 2023. The project also includes the construction of two 2,000 m3 towers, the laying of 31.5 km of ductile iron pipes with a diameter of 500 mm, the rehabilitation and extension of the distribution network, the construction of a second pumping station, the installation of a remote management system for the entire drinking water network, etc.

For more information on the offer, click here.

Inès Magoum

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