Tender for $2 Million in Topographic Studies

The National Service of Groundwater for Irrigation and Drainage of Costa Rica is bidding for the topographic survey with LIDAR technology and bathymetry in the Coto Colorado River basin.

Monday, May 25, 2020

Costa Rica Government Purchase 2020CE-000001-0018800001:

"According to the current situation of the riverbeds, several studies are required in the basin, within which they are located:

-Detailed topography by means of LiDAR technology and bathymetry of the riverbeds.
-Hydrological and hydraulic study.
-Two-dimensional modeling of the information obtained.
-Elaboration of a proposal for structural intervention in the basin.
-Elaboration of designs, construction plans and technical specifications."

Reference value: $1,830,863

Deadline for receipt of bids: June 18, 2020.

See tender (in Spanish).

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