The Municipality of Tirana will grant 3,2 million Euros to Fusha shpk for building the potable water processing plant in the Bovilla Lake.
The contract signed on 23 October, 2018, stipulates 10 months for the completion of works.
Five companies participated in the bidding process, two of which did not submit a financial offer, whereas two other companies were excluded from bidding as they didn’t comply with the criteria, thus leaving Fusha shpk the only bidding company.
It’s worth mentioning that the company has no previous experience in building water processing plants.
Tenders won by Fusha shpk so far have covered construction/reconstructions of squares and buildings, as well as city cleaning.
Few days ago Fusha shpk also won another 1 million Euros tender for the reconstruction of the Polytechnic University of Tirana building.
The same company also won both lots for the reconstruction of the Skanderbeg Square and the construction of the underground parking in the same square, without any competing bidder in the tender.
Fusha shpk, along with Everest shpk, was also the winner of the tender for the construction of the controversial Veliera Square in Durres.
In the upcoming months, Fusha shpk is expected to start the construction of the new National Theater building and several skyscrapers in its proximity, in public land and with no tendering procedure whatsoever.
Fusha shpk obtained at least €30 million in contracts with local governments between July 2015 and July 2018. During the same period the company won another €13 million in joint bids with other companies.