Tender for Maintenance of Moisturizing System

The National Institute of Aqueducts and Sewers tenders the service of repair of leaks, change of valves and hydrants in the areas in charge of the Metropolitan Management.

Friday, September 13, 2019

Panama Government Purchase 2019-2-66-0-08-LP-015262:

"The leak repair activity will be performed on infrastructure owned by the IDAAN, including customers' home connections to the measurement site or property line (as indicated by the IDAAN). NO damage repairs can be made after the meter as it does not correspond to infrastructure owned by the IDAAN.

If the installation of the hydrant requires accessories such as tees or elbows or other, the contractor must present the invoice and will be recognized the additional 20% of the invoice to cover administrative and handling costs.

The project will be executed in the areas of responsibility of the Metropolitan Management."

Reference value: $3,285,933.

Deadline for receipt of tenders: October 23, 2019.

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