Tender for Basalt Rock

In Guatemala, the supply and on-site delivery of 4,400 cubic meters of boulder-type basalt rock is being put out to tender.

Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Guatemala Government Purchase 7820054: 

"The department of forestry, conservation and soil management, at the Authority of Lake Amatitlán, wishes to purchase 4,400 cubic meters of basalt boulder rock, for the expansion and stabilization of the channel, banks and slopes of the Villalobos river and the confluence of its main tributaries.

The basalt rock must have a diameter from 1 meter to 2 meters, and the Bidder must include in the price of the rock, the transfer of the same for delivery at the indicated point."

The deadline for receipt of bids is May 25, 2018.

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