SAN ANTONIO — The North American Development Bank (NADB) is soliciting bids for an infrastructure project in northwest Mexico that’s open to Arkansas companies.
The local water utility, Organismo Operador Municipal de Agua Potable, Alcantarillado y Saneamiento de Nogales (OOMAPAS) has received a grant from the bank to finance part of the cost of the project to supply and install residential connections of the water and wastewater systems for a subdivision in Nogales, Mexico.
The bidding opens April 7 and work is expected to begin May 15. The project should take about 120 days and be completed by mid September.
The required minim net worth for companies is $4 million pesos ($172,000 in U.S. currency).
Bidding for contracts financed by NADB is open to firms from any country. Because the funding for this project is administered by NADB, the bidding process will be carried out in accordance with its procurement policies. Bids may be presented in U.S. dollars or Mexican pesos.
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