Several projects worldwide have released tenders for trenchless works including an infrastructure upgrade in New Zealand, a rehabilitation/inspection and cleaning of existing sewers in Canada and a major construction project to improve the water and sanitation system in Bangladesh.
A request for proposals has been issued by the Tauranga City Council in New Zealand for the supply and upgrade of the Boscabel water infrastructure.
The deadline for applications is 21 November 2014.
More information can be found on the dgMarket website listing.
A procurement notice for the tender for the cleaning, inspection and structural rehabilitation of existing sewers and laterals in Ontario, Canada, has been released.
Potential applicants must submit their submission by 2 December 2014.
Further details are available online from H2bid here.
Tender applicants are invited to apply for a ...
Following the US mid-term elections American Water has gained a healthy boost to its portfolio.
A $US7 million sewerage improvement project that includes trenchless methods has commenced in the Holywood and Kinnegar region.
Construction work has started in order to reach and repair North America’s largest diameter tunnel boring machine in Seattle, Washington, after it overheated during operation.
Europe has released a series of significant utility contracts up for tender that will require trenchless services, while India’s infrastructure boom continues following anther tender announced for the installation of a new underground sewer network.
A contract has been awarded in the UK that could potentially be the largest ever manhole rehabilitation project in the region to-date.