July 8, 2019
The Australian Trade and Investment Commission (Austrade) in Kuala Lumpur and Perth has received an opportunity regarding a Request for Proposal (RFP) for Engineering Consultancy Services for DAM Safety Enhancement of Sungai Perak Hydroelectric Stations.
The current Service Level Agreement (SLA) of Sungai Perak (Perak River) Hydroelectric Stations will soon expire in August 2022. Thus, the Malaysian National Utilities Company intends to implement the Life Extension Program, in order to extend the life span of the hydroelectric stations for a minimum of 30 years after expiry of the current SLA.
Austrade is checking to see if there are eligible Australian engineering services companies which wish to participate in the international competitive bidding in Malaysia.
Terms & conditions
The prospective consultants may be of single or JV entity. Foreign consulting firms must form a consortium or JV with a capable local consulting firm. The firm shall have proven capabilities and relevant experience in the rehabilitation of hydroelectric plant of comparable size, complexity and technical specialty and have successfully completed implementation of at least three major hydroelectric projects in the last 20 years.
It should be noted that the foreign company cannot participate in more than one (1) proposal.
Submission date: Thursday 1 August 2019
Cost of document (T3000819): RM3000 (current exchange rate is AUD$1.00 = RM2.90)
If this export opportunity is of interest, you will need to note the following:
- Only eligible Australian organisations can respond to Austrade export opportunities. Check the terms and conditions to confirm your eligibility and understand the process of responding to Austrade export opportunities.
- Reply to firstname.lastname@example.org to express your interest in participation and/or if you need assistance with procuring tender documentation.
- Juliana Badli, Business Development Manager, Kuala Lumpur
- Adil Akbar, Investment and Trade Manager for South Australia
Terms & Conditions
Austrade's terms and conditions can be reat on Austrade's website.