The Presidency launches bid for irrigation system at Cotroceni Palace

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The Romanian Presidency wants to buy an irrigation system for the maintenance of the gardens at Cotroceni Palace, worth RON 2.4 million without VAT.

The Presidential Administration published the call for bids in the e-public procurement system.

The contract for the irrigation system stipulates around RON 2.25 million expenses for the actual investment, RON 27,500 for the building yard and almost RON 113,000 for ‘various, unforeseen expenses’ such as potential technical transformations, equipment or facilities needed during the investment progress, or maintenance expenses if the work is interrupted, reads the Presidency’ s bid.

The bidder must not have been sentenced for fraud, corruption, money laundering or other criminal deeds in the past 5 years.

At the same time, the bidder companies have to report an overall average turnover for the past three years (2013, 2014, 2015) at least equal to RON 4,5 million.

The deadline for submitting the bids is April 1st.

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