Dubai Municipality is looking for EPC Campines for a $22 billion ambitious sewerage system project

Dubai Municipality has invited engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) firms to prequalify for contracts related to the Dubai Strategic Sewerage Tunnels (DSST) project, which is a multibillion-dollar initiative, as reported by Meed.

In a recent social media update, Fahd Al Awadhi, the Director of Drainage & Services in Dubai, revealed that the DSST project will be carried out in four stages: Jebel Ali Tunnels (North) & TPS, Jebel Ali Tunnels (South), Warsan Tunnels, TPS, Links, and Jebel Ali Links.

“The Request for Qualification (RfQ) process consists of two phases: an EPC Contractor RFQ phase followed by a full Consortium RFQ phase. We invite all interested EPC Contractors to seek pre-qualification in the second phase of the RfQ process and subsequently engage in the bidding process.”

The project, valued at around AED 80 billion ($21.8 billion), is aimed at converting Dubai’s current sewerage system from a pumped system to a gravity system by shutting down existing pump stations and establishing a sustainable, innovative, and reliable service for future generations.

The Council has stated that the project has been developed to meet the needs of Dubai’s population for the next 100 years in line with the Dubai Economic Agenda D33 and the Dubai Urban Plan 2040.

Last year, Dubai Municipality selected advisors for the project, with Abu Dhabi-based Tribe Infrastructure Group serving as the lead and financial advisor, UK-based Ashurst as the legal advisor, and US-based Parsons as the technical advisor.

Interested companies can participate in the initial phase of the RFQ process by registering on eSupply, the official Procurement Portal for Dubai Government Tenders.


Source: Meed

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