|19 January, 2020

SWPC issues EOI for new Madinah sewage plant

The Madinah 3 ISTP will have a total treatment capacity of 375,000 cu m/day

Image of a desalination plant used for illustrative purpose.

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Saudi Water Partnership Company (SWPC) invited expression of interest (EOI) for the development of a new independent sewage treatment plant (ISTP) in Madinah.
 
The Madinah 3 ISTP will have a total treatment capacity of 375,000 cu m/day. The project is part of the government's programme to commission a further round of new ISTPs.
 
SWPC will conduct a competitive process to select a developer or developer consortium for the development, financing, engineering, procurement, construction, implementation, ownership, operation, maintenance and transfer of the project, together with associated infrastructure and facilities.
 
Under a 25-year sewage treatment agreement (STA) with SWPC, a project company is to be incorporated to develop the project and it will treat the entire sewage capacity supplied by SWPC. SWPC’s obligations under the STA will be supported by a credit support agreement from the Government of Saudi Arabia.
 
SWPC urged interested parties to express their interest to participate in the tender process by February 4. They should submit their EOI in electronic copy in PDF format to: Khaled bin Zwaid AlQureshi, CEO, Saudi Water Partnership Company, Floor 19, Moon Tower, King Fahad Road, Riyadh 12341, Saudi Arabia. Email address: madinah.istp@swpc.sa
 
The EOI should specify the following information: Name of the interested party; headquarter location (country); name and contact details (postal address, telephone number, and e-mail address) for the appropriate point of contact to whom all future correspondence will be addressed; and where the interested party is considering potential consortium partners, an indication of such intention and details of potential consortium partners (to the extent it is known).
 
SWPC is being advised by Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (DIFC Branch – Dubai) as lead and financial adviser; DLA Piper as legal adviser; and WS Atkins & Partners Overseas Engineering Consultants as technical adviser. - TradeArabia News Service

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