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SOFIA (Bulgaria), July 3 (SeeNews) - A Bulgarian tie-up won a tender for the reconstruction of a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Bulgaria's second biggest city of Plovdiv worth an estimated 58.8 million levs ($33.9 million/30.1 million euro), the Plovdiv municipality said.
The tie-up comprising GBS-Plovdiv, Glavbolgarstroy and EKO-proekt 2000 offered to the job for 58.7 million levs, the municipality said in a notice published on its website earlier this week.
The tie-up was the only candidate allowed to the final round of the tender, as its bid received the maximum score of 100 points.
Four other candidates - local company Building Development Holding and tie-ups comprising Interprom and Akva Ekoproekt System; ISA 2000, Kalistratov Group and Hydrostroy; and Spanish-based Marko Obra Group and GP Group - did not make it to the final stage for failing to provide the required technical information regarding.
The WWTP tender was opened in March 2018 but the selection process was delayed several times after Bulgaria's competition authority requested the candidates to provide additional information or revise the data they had submitted.
The workson the project must be completed within 730 days since their start.
(1 euro = 1.95583 levs)