The City Council of Mijas has put out to tender the execution works of the collector of La Alquería for an amount of 2.4 million euros, some works that have a 9 month lead timeas reported on Monday by the Councilor for Procurement, Roy Pérez.
The mayor has indicated that “they are already published in the State Contracting Platform these works”, which “are added to other projects that have also been put out to public tender for improve the sanitation of rural areas in Mijas”.
Thus, Pérez has invited “to consult the technical and administrative specifications and specifications to all the companies that wish to present their offers”, which will have term “until next August 1”.
The works will have a budget of 2.4 million eurossome jobs that have a lead time of 9 months, has indicated.
For his part, the mayor of Infrastructures and Works, José Carlos Martín, explained that “this work will be carried out in parallel and joins the one relating to Mijas la Nuevaso both together solve the problem of sanitation in this area”.
In turn, the first deputy mayor has emphasized “the effort being made by the Department of Infrastructure to connect rural areas with the municipal sanitation network, where apart from these two projects are the works of the East and West cornices of the Town, which in total makes an amount of 13 million euros of investment that come to put an end to the sanitation problems in this urban nucleus”.
The project of La Alquería has a collector of 315 millimeters in diameter and a route of 3,320 meters with an investment and will be connected from the confluence with the Mijas la Nueva pipeline to the municipal sanitation network, located in the vicinity of the motorway, leaving both rural areas linked. This last project is in the phase of awarding the works and both will run in parallel.
According to Martín, “both actions are going to allow the residents of these two rural areas to give a great leap in the quality of life by having these infrastructures”, and has pointed out that “once the two are finished, these areas will no longer be connected to treatment stations of residual water reaching these pipes to the point of the municipal sanitation network”.
In this way, the problems that are causing the WWTPs in the area are eliminated and fecal nets are installed. Thus, although they are separate projects, they are connected for the same purpose and can be developed simultaneously. In this regard, it should be noted that the one from Mijas la Nueva to La Alquería has a 315 millimeter diameter collector and a length of 1,300 meters with an investment of 400,000 euros.