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Al Toukhi have Submits the lowest bid for Installation of 380kV Reactors

Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) published the bid results for the project  “Installation of 380kV reactors at Wadi Ad Dawaser Substation”.

A total of 8 bidders has submitted the proposals. Saudi based construction firm, Al-Toukhi Company for Industry, trading, and Contracting, submitted the lowest bid.

Al-Toukhi submitted the price of SAR 25 million.

The tender was issued during May 2019, by SEC (read more)

The project scope of work includes the installation of two (2) 380kV Bus connected Reactors, 380kV Hybrid Gas Insulated Switchgear, 380kV Outdoor equipment, existing 380kV GIS modifications, 380kV Power Cables & accessories at the existing Wadi Ad Dawaser BSP.

It comprises protection, control, communication, and SAS/SCADA systems. The BSP shall be equipped with IEC 61850 standards-based technically and economically optimized Substation Automation System (SAS) and will be remotely controlled from the SEC Power Control Center (PCC) through SCADA and Communication.

The Contractor shall perform on Lump-sum turnkey basis, the design, engineering, materials procurement, quality management, factory inspection/testing, transport and delivery to site, installation, construction, site inspection, testing and commissioning, all associated work and services until final handing over of substation works in a satisfactorily working and operating condition.

The contractor needs to complete the final acceptance of the work within 17 months from the date of the contract signed.

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