Request For Proposal: Engineering Services For Water Supply Solutions


Expected Start Date 15th June 2020
End Date  30th September 2020 for Phase 1 to 3 (Should phase 4 be awarded, the contract will end on 31st January 2021)
Proposal submission deadline 29th May 2020, 1pm Myanmar time
Interviews 1st – 5th June 2020

About the project Lien AID is collaborating with township departments in Myaungmya township to improve technical solutions for water and sanitation access under its WASH Tech Action Research pilot programme.   This specific project will focus on testing and developing more efficient, low-cost rainwater harvesting and storage solutions for rural villages.
About Lien AID Established in Singapore in 2006, Lien AID is a non-profit organisation committed to improving the health and well-being of at-risk communities in Asia by enabling sustainable access to clean water and sanitation.  

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Scope of services Engineering consulting services are required to develop technical solutions to address the water supply needs of at least 370 households cross 9 villages in Myaungmya Township.  
Phase 1: Assessment of project locations and preliminary infrastructure options  
Phase 2: Preparation of construction drawings  
Phase 3: Structuring of construction tender and development of tender documents  
Phase 4: Supervision of construction works  

For full information on the scope of engineering services, contract milestones, please see:
Required expertise and qualifications The scope of work can be conducted by a well-qualified individual or a team; team members should preferably be from a single organisation. If team members are not from a single organisation, it is highly advantageous to demonstrate past collaborative working experience between team members. The individual or team shall be qualified and competent professionals, ideally with at least one person from Myanmar, and be able to demonstrate a strong understanding of existing water supply interventions and the overall water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) landscape. The following competencies and experiences are required: 

- at least 5 years of professional technical experience in the Myanmar WASH sector;
- at least 3 years of professional experience in the Ayeyarwady region;
- an understanding of local township government processes for rural infrastructure projects;
- experience coordinating and managing multiple stakeholder groups;
strong communication and English and Burmese language skills.
Proposal submission details Enquiries and proposals shall be directed and submitted to

- Mr Ian Chen (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) and 
- Mr Aung Myo Zaw (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

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