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    With names.. companies wishing to implement sewage projects in two areas in Baghdad Empty With names.. companies wishing to implement sewage projects in two areas in Baghdad

    Post by Rocky Mon 24 Apr 2023, 4:07 am

    With names.. companies wishing to implement sewage projects in two areas in Baghdad
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    Baghdad today - Baghdad
    Today, Monday, a responsible source revealed the names of the companies that submitted bids and wished to implement the sewage project in the Nahrawan regions, southeast of Baghdad, and Sabaa Al-Bour, west of the capital.
    The source told (Baghdad Today), that "five companies submitted the bid to the Baghdad Governorate Office before the deadline for bids closed," stressing that "these companies are Al-Narjis Company, Al-Mabrouk Company, Al-Hanan Company, and the International Sky Water Company, in addition to Al-Itfad Company."
    And the source indicated that "one of the five companies will be referred to the Nahrawan sewage project," noting that "the financial cost of the Nahrawan sewage project, consisting of rainwater and sewage networks, lifting and pumping stations, and a treatment plant, is 264 billion dinars."
    In the context, the same source revealed the names of the companies that submitted bids and wished to implement the Sab' al-Bour sewage project, northwest of the capital, Baghdad.
    The source said, "Five companies submitted their bids to the Baghdad Governorate Office before the closing date for the bidding door to win the implementation of a sewage project."
    He pointed out that "the companies are Al-Narjis Company, Al-Mabrouk Company, Al-Hanan Company, (International Sky Water + Al-Khairan) Company, Al-Itfad Company and Al-Azza Company," noting that "one of the five companies is the one to whom the Seven Falls sewage project, whose cost is 212 billion dinars, will be referred to."
    The source explained to (Baghdad Today) that "the Seven Falls sewage project includes provisions for the construction of sewage networks, rainwater drainage networks, pumping and lifting stations, as well as a central treatment plant."
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