The Albanian Development Fund (ADF) said it is inviting bids in a tender for upgrade of parts of rainwater drainage system in the southwestern port city of Vlora.
The bidding deadline is May 13 and construction works must be completed within six months, ADF said in a notice on Wednesday.
The project envisages the upgrade of the rainwater drainage system in Hajro Cakerri, 4 Heronjte, and 28 Nentori neighborhoods in Vlora.
The infrastructure works are part of a major project for the development of the Albanian Alps and coastal areas, co-financed with a 28.7 million euro ($33.4 million) loan from the Council of Europe Development Bank (CEB) and a contribution of 6.0 million euro from the Albanian government, ADF said.
Bidding will be conducted through open tender procedures based on the CEB’s guidelines for procurement of supplies, works and services, and is open to bidders from any country.
ADF is a public agency whose mission is to encourage a sustainable, balanced and cohesive socio-economic development at local and regional level. The ADF was established at the beginning of 1993, based on an agreement between the Albanian government and the World Bank.