India’s infrastructure boom continues as several tenders announced require trenchless contractors, whilst tenders for the replacement and construction of water and sewage pipelines in Bangladesh and the United States have also been released.
The Sewage and Infrastructural Development Corporation Limited in Navelim, India, have announced several tenders for the provision, laying, testing and commissioning of a new sewerage network.
The works require the application of trenchless methods and will include the construction of manholes in the surrounding areas.
The tenders are for zones two and three in the project and applications close on 28 October 2014.
More information for the zone two tender is available online at the Dg Market Tenders Worldwide site.
More information for the zone three tender is also available on the Dg Market Tenders Worldwide site.
The tender for the crossing of Najafgarh Road at Subhash Nagar More in New Delhi, India, has been announced.
The works include the laying of 600 mm diameter waterline using Trenchless Technology.
Tender proposals are due 20 October 2014.
More information is available on the Dg Market Tender website listing.
A sub-contracting opportunity has been announced in the United States for a sewage pipe replacement.
The Treasure Island Job Corps Centre requires the replacement of a 6 inch sewer pipe which is approximately 15 m long connecting a main building to the city main sewage line. The current pipe is damaged and needs to be removed.
Applicants must submit their proposal by 22 October 2014.
Additional information is available via the original listing on Dg Market Tenders Worldwide.
A request for proposals has been announced in The People’s Republic of Bangaldesh for the construction of a distribution pipeline.
The invitation for bids is open till 19 November 2014.
The full tender listing is available for viewing on Dg Market Tenders Worldwide.