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International contest on selecting economic agents that will carry out the refurbishment and energy efficiency of 3 public hospitals in Chisinau23.04.2021 09:34 2150 Views
Chisinau City Hall reports that an international tender has been announced for the renovation and energy efficiency of three medical institutions: the Municipal Children's Clinical Hospital V. Ignatenko, the Municipal Clinical Hospital "Sfânta Treime", the Municipal Clinical Hospital No.1 "Gheorghe Paladi" (blocks O and K) .
Energy efficiency measures include: thermal insulation of the roof and outside walls, replacement of windows and doors, rehabilitation of heating and ventilation systems, installation of photovoltaic panels, smart metering for electricity consumption, heating, water for household needs, improving the lighting systems.
The tender announcement is published on the official website of the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development:
The deadline for submitting is June 30, 2021.
The General Mayor, Ion Ceban, mentioned that both local and foreign economic agents are invited to participate in the auction, in order to choose the best bidders, who will implement the infrastructure projects launched by the municipality.
Public buildings refurbishment in Chisinau is part of the Project "Energy efficiency of buildings in Chisinau", implemented by the municipality with the support of development partners: EBRD, EIB and Energy Fund E5P. The total value of the project is 26 million Euros. The first stage of the project provides for the thermal insulation of 23 buildings - public institutions, and the announced tender is the last in the first part, previously was being signed contracts for energy efficiency of buildings for 6 kindergartens and 14 public high schools.