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SOFIA (Bulgaria), January 14 (SeeNews) - Bulgaria's Kozloduy municipality said on Tuesday it has opened a 1.7 million levs ($967,500/869,200 euro) tender for an overhaul and maintenance of the street network on its territory.
The tender envisages repairs of the pavement of streets in the town of Kozloduy, on the Danube river, along with other relevant works within a period of four years, the municipality said in a tender notice.
The municipality will finance the project from its own funds, it said.
Candidates in the tender should prove that they have conducted works under contracts with similar scope in the last five years and that they have the necessary equipment.
Bids in the tender will be ranked based on price and technical criteria with equal weights. The deadline for submitting offers is February 3.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)