The Dominican Republic offers an aqueduct for 3 billion dollars to the tourist center of Pedernales
The Dominican Republic’s drinking water and sanitation agency (Inapa) will award a 1.1 billion pesos ($19.9 million) aqueduct in July to help supply the 3 billion Pedernales tourist development of dollars.
Although the deadline for submitting tenders expired in April, the tenders have not yet been published on the Compras Dominicana procurement site.
However, the contract will be awarded on July 26 and the work will last 12 months, according to the site.
The 20 km project involves the transport by water from the surface regulating reservoir of Inapa to the development near the Haitian border. Work on Pedernales is due to start this year.
The Mexican engineering company Cipro recently announced that it has won a contract with a Dominican consortium for the construction of the drinking water distribution system, the sanitary drainage system, a storm drainage system and a water treatment plant. purification of Pedernales.
The development is coordinated by the public-private partnership promotion agency DGAPP, which directs construction and investment through a trust.
According to the DGAPP, the $3 billion project includes four construction stages, the first involving investments of $1 billion.
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