Bids opened for GWI project at Rose Hall

As the Guyana Water Inc (GWI) continues upgrades countrywide, bids were on Tuesday received for the construction of a gravity filter sub-structure at Rose Hall in Berbice, Region 6.

The bids were opened at the National Procurement and Tender Administra-tion Board (NPTAB) Main and Urquhart streets, Georgetown.

 

Four companies submitted tenders and these are shown in the table below.

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