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Costa Rica seeks hydro area survey, seismic equipment

Costa Rica seeks firms to perform a topographic survey of hydropower project areas as well as equipment for a seismic network under its electricity development program. Responses to separate solicitations are due Sept. 1 and 20.

Hydro-rich Costa Rica pre-qualified firms in July to supply a supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) system and other equipment for its national power control center.

National utility Instituto Costarricense de Electricidad (ICE) invites expressions of interest by September 1 to provide topographic surveying services using Light Detection and Ranging (LiDAR) technology. Work is to include digital terrain models and digital surface models, mapping areas of interest.

The survey work is to include determining biomass in the zones of influence of hydroelectric projects Ayil, Los Llanos, RC500 (RC500 Palmas 1, Palmas 2), Savegre, Brujos 1, Brujos 2, and RG430.

Expressions of interest are due to the address below by 10 a.m. September 1. For information, contact Licda. Ma. Elena Viquez Chaves by e-mail at eviquez@ice.go.cr.

ICE also seeks bids by September 20 to supply a seismic network including seismic stations, accelerograph stations, inclinometers, a global positioning system, and a data processing and storage system. Bidding documents in Spanish may be obtained from the address below.

Bids are due to the address below by 2 p.m. September 20. For information, contact Victor Bolanos Chaves, by e-mail at vbolanos@ice.go.cr.

For information, contact Direccion de Proveeduria Corporativa, Attn.: Licda. Ma. Elena Viquez Chaves or Victor Bolanos Chaves, Sabana Norte, Avenida Las Americas, Sita 400 m Norte del Edificio Principal del ICE, Apartado postal 10032-1000, San Jose, Costa Rica; (506) 2000-6905; Fax: (506) 2220-6989; E-mail: eviquez@ice.go.cr, vbolanos@ice.go.cr.

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