Feasibility study on Clark Green City utilities sought


Posted at Jun 06 2014 12:25 PM | Updated as of Jun 06 2014 08:25 PM

MANILA, Philippines - Bases Conversion and Development Authority (BCDA) is inviting firms to submit proposals to conduct feasibility studies for power, water and other utilities for the Clark Green City.

"We are inviting interested firms to submit their expression of interest to undertake their proposed feasibility study on utility components of what will become the country’s most modern and beautiful city,” BCDA President and CEO Arnel Paciano D. Casanova said in a statement.

Interested companies may submit proposals to voluntarily undertake a feasibility study for any of the following utility components of the Clark Green City -- power (traditional and/or renewable); water (supply, distribution and wastewater management); solid waste management (may also include waste-to-energy); mass transportation; centralized LPG/LNG system; and information and communication technology (ICT)/ city management systems.
Casanova said the feasibility study should include the basic implementation concept and standards, inclusive of its economic, financial and technical viability.

However, he said all costs and expenses incurred in the preparation and conduct of the feasibility study will be shouldered by the interested party.
"Should BCDA accept, use or take advantage of the study, either in part or in whole, BCDA shall reimburse the cost for the feasibility study which amount shall be agreed upon by BCDA and the interested proponent,” Casanova said.
Interested proponents may submit their Expression of Interest stating the specific utility component to be covered by the feasibility study on or before June 20, 2014 at the BCDA Corporate Office located at 2/F, Bonifacio Technology Center, 31st Street corner 2nd Avenue, Bonifacio Global City.