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Thai Flood Disaster Relief and Projects

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On February 5, the cabinet announced the names of six qualified consortiums to enter bids for the government’s $10.8 billion water management scheme.

The scheme is divided into 10 modules and three qualified bidders are listed for each module.

By March 15, they must file their technical file bids and quotations. Names of successful bidders will be announced in April.

Package A: Chao Phraya River Basin

A1: Reservoir construction

$1.6 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Japan-Thai JV

A2: Land utilization & town planning

$1.6 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Team Thailand JV

A3: Flood retention areas

$2 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Japan-Thai JV

A4: Waterway improvements

$0.23 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Japan-Thai JV

A5: Floodway construction

$4 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Team Thailand JV

A6: Data management & warning systems

$0.1 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Loxley JV

 
 

Package B: Other River Basins

B1: Reservoir construction

$0.4 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Japan-Thai JV

B2: Land utilization & town planning

$0.33 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Summit

B3: Waterway improvements

$0.33 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Japan-Thai JV

B4: Data management & warning systems

$0.06 billion

K Water

ITD Power China JV

Japan-Thai JV

Remarks:

1) Korea Water Resources Corporation (K-water) of South Korea scored the highest among six consortiums.

2) ITD Power China JV consists of (Italian-Thai Development, Power Construction Corporation of China, China Gezhouba Group, China International Water and Power Corporation, and Panya Consultants).

The US Commercial Service at the American Embassy in Bangkok has received inquiries from US companies looking to provide assistance or participate in rebuilding projects. US businesses looking for more details can contact Ms. Kornluck Tantiseree at ktantisa@trade.gov