Romania’s Secom Seeks Water Bids for Infrastructure Works
Secom SA, a Romanian water utility, is seeking bids for a 120.5 million-lei ($37 million) contract to modernize sewage and water-supply networks in the southwestern county of Mehedinti.
Offers will be accepted until Nov. 29 for the 20-month contract to improve water infrastructure in the towns of Drobeta Turnu Severin, Gura Vaii and Simian, according to a procurement notice on the Romanian public auction website.
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