Technical Assistance to the Regional Government of Piura for managing the tender commission of dam and tunnel construction as part of the Special Irrigation and Hydropower Project Alto Piura (PEIHAP).
Countries of Delivery: Peru
Sector(s): 998 Unallocated / Unspecified
Total Funded Amount: US$ 505,969
Total Delivery:US$ 3,834
Description : The Regional Government of Piura, has requested technical assistance from UNOPS for the implementation of a project aimed at strengthening the management of tenders relating specifically to the construction of the dam at South Tronera and Trans-Andean tunnel as part of the Special Irrigation and Hydropower Project Alto Piura (PEIHAP)
The objective of this project is to support the competitive process for selection and recommendation for award of a contracting firm that conducted the following contract:
Perform competitive selection process and recommendation for award of the contracting firm that is responsible for the complementation of the definitive technical file and the execution of the work Component I: Dam Construction for South Tronera and Trans-Andean Tunnel as part of the Special Irrigation Project Hydropower and Alto Piura (PEIHAP).
UNOPS will provide technical expertise to oversee the tendering process, within the framework of project planning and technical quality standards and criteria applied by UNOPS procurement activities in process, and thus also meet the expectations associated efficient result oriented and high quality.
Project completion date : 2016-12-31 12:00:00
Major organization : UNITED NATIONS OFFICE FOR PROJECT SERVICES (UNOPS)
Address : Marmorvej 51,
PO Box 2695,
Url : http://www.unops.org/
Financier : United Nations Office for Project Services (UNOPS),
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|Date:||Nov 19, 2015|
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