As a result of frequent spillway discharges from the dam, the CEB has decided to add fusegates to the existing spillway to increase the dam capacity, with a view to maximizing generation at the Champagne hydropower station. A feasibility study for the project was conducted by SMEC in 2013.
The procurement is being conducted through Open International Bidding procedures, according to the Provisions of the Mauritius Public Procurement Act 2006 as amended. The complete sets of bidding documents may be downloaded from the CEB’s website ceb.mu or from the Procurement Policy Office (PPO) platform publicprocurement.govmu.org.
Bids should be accompanied by a bid security of Mauritian Rupee 1.5 million in the form of a Bank Guarantee, valid for a period of 150 days from the bid deadline. Bids, in a sealed envelope clearly marked “CPB/56/2019: Design, Supply, Construction, Testing and Commissioning of Labyrinth Type Fuse-Gates at Sans Souci Dam (Mauritius)”, should be deposited by hand or sent by courier service or registered post to the Chief Executive, Central Procurement Board, 1st Floor, Social Security House, Julius Nyerere Avenue, Rose Hill, Republic of Mauritius. Electronic bidding is not permitted.
For further details, contact: CEB, Tel: +230 404 2000; Email: email@example.com.