procurement Adverts

Government of Rivers State of Nigeria

Invitation to Tender

1.0     Preamble

The Government of Rivers State through the State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (RUWASSA) with support from the European Union (EU) and UNICEF under the Niger Delta Support Programme (NDSP) hereby invites tenders from reputable contractors for the construction of water and sanitation facilities in Akuku-Toru and Opobo/Nkoro Local Government Areas of the State.

2.0     Scope of Work

  • Construction of 10 Nos. of solar-powered borehole in 10 communities (grouped into four (4) lots) across Akuku-Toru and Opobo/NkoroL GAs of Rivers State.
  • Construction of 20 Nos. of 3 compartments pour flush latrines in schools (grouped into four (4) lots) across Akuku-Toru and Opobo/Nkoro LGAs of Rivers State.

3.0     Mandatory Requirements

Companies interested in the project are to submit company profiles which must contain the following:(a)     Evidence of Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC); (b)     Evidence of Company income Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three years; (c)      Evidence of registration with the State as a contractor/supplier; (d)     Company’s audited financial account for the past 3 years endorsed by a firm of chartered accountants; (e)      Evidence of financial capability from reputable Bank(s); (f)      Company’s profile, organogram and resume of relevant key technical staff. (g)     Verifiable evidence of similar projects previously undertaken, including letters of awards and Completion Certificates within the pass three (3) years; indicate the financial value of these similar projects; (h)     Description and list of relevant equipment owned by contractor/supplier; include proof of ownership or lease or license over the equipment;

4.0     Collection and Submission of Tender Documents and Company Profiles

Interested bidders are to collect bid documents from the Rivers State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (RUWASSA) on payment of tender fee of ten thousand naira only (N10, 000). The tender fee is to be paid to Rivers State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency, Account Number 1400017870, Enterprise Bank. Collection of tender documents shall commence from 4th of June, 2015 between 9.30 am to 3.30 pm, Mondays to Fridays, except on public holidays. Completed tender documents and company profile, which shall be in five copies (one original and four photocopies) with soft copies in a DVD (containing spreadsheet copy of the completed BOQ and PDF Copies of other bid documents) are to be submitted in a sealed envelope marked with the company’s bid invitation number at the top left-hand corner, and addressed to:

The General Manager,

Rivers State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (RUWASSA),

Room 36, Ground Floor, Podium Block,

State Secretariat Complex.

Sealed envelopes will be received at RUWASSA office until 11a.m, 18th of June, 2015. Bid opening shall follow immediately after the submission deadline at the RUWASSA office, Podium Block, Rivers State Secretariat Complex.

5.0     Disclaimer

This advertisement for “Invitation to Tender” shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the Rivers State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (RUWASSA), nor shall it entitle any company to make any claim whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from the agency or from the State Government and/or any of its departments, by virtue of such company having responded to this advertisement.

All expenses incurred in preparing “Invitation to Tender” response and all expenses otherwise associated with “Invitation to Tender” responses shall be borne solely by the prospective contractor.

 Signed

The General Manager

Rivers State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (RUWASSA)

 

 

African Development Bank Group

 Corporate Procurement Division

Invitation to Bid

Procurement and Construction of Works for the African Development Bank Nigeria Field Office in Abuja (Nigeria)

 Tender: ADB/ITB/CGSP/2015/0067

(1)     The African Development Bank (hereafter referred to as “The Bank”), is a ‘AAA’ regional multilateral development finance institution, established in 1963, with a mandate to further the economic development and social progress of African countries, individually and collectively. 80 member countries including all the 54 African countries and 26 non-African countries in the Americas, Europe and Asia own the Bank. (2)     The Bank intends to select an eligible firm or joint-venture for the provision of Construction works for the Bank’s Field Office in Abuja (Nigeria). (3)     Interested bidders must originate from one of the Bank’s member countries, list of which is provided atwww.afdb.org. The scope of the project and the forms to be completed are described in the Invitation to Bid (ITB) document that is available for downloading from http://www.afdb.org/en/about-us/corporate-procurement/business-opportunities. Alternatively, the document may be obtained by sending a request totender@afdb.org. (4)     The selection will be conducted through the procedures prescribed by the Bank’s rules for internal acquisition of goods and services. A site visit will take place 10th June 2015. (5)     The Bids should be submitted in sealed envelopes delivered at the address below by Thursday 09th July, 2015 at 12:00pm Abidjan, Cote d’lvoire, local time.

The envelopes should be clearly marked as follows:

Attn: Corporate Procurement Division, CGSP.2

African Development Bank

Immeuble CCIA – 14eme etage Bureau N°

14V

Avenue Jean Paul II- Abidjan Plateau

01BP. 1387-Abidjan

Email: tender@afdb.org

Invitation to Bid: Procurement of Construction works for the African Development Bank’s Field Office in Abuja (Nigeria) – Tender Ref. ADB/ITB/CGSP/2015/0067

(6)     The Bank will reject late bids.

 

 

AFENET

A healthier Africa

Expression of Interest

The African Field Epidemiology Network (AFENET) is in the process of pre-qualifying suppliers and contractors for the provision of goods and services listed below for the period June 2015 to May 2017. Current suppliers and service providers who wish to be retained in the register are encouraged to apply.

CODE CATEGORY
AFENET/01/2015 Supply of General Office Stationery and Computer Consumables
AFENET/02/2015 Supply of Computers, Printers and Associated Access cries
AFENET/03/2015 Supply and Maintenance of Office Furniture, Furnishings and Fittings
AFENET/04/2015 Supply of Communication Equipment/Services
AFENET/05/2015 Provision of Motor Vehicle Service, Maintenance and Repair, Supply of Batteries, Tyies and Tubes
AFENET/06/2015 Provision of Printing Services
AFENET/07/2015 Vehicle Supply
AFENET/08/2015 Provision of car hire services
AFENET/09/2015 Courier services
AFENET/10/2015 Provision of event management/Catering services
AFENET/11/2015 Provision of travel agency services
AFENET/12/2015 Provision of office cleaning services
AFENET/13/2015 Provision of fumigation services
AFENET/14/2015 Supply of laboratory and medical equipment
AFENET/15/2015 Provision of design work services for publication Materials
AFENET/16/2015 Supply of and servicing of Air conditioning and refrigeration equipment
AFENET/17/2015 Supply of Drinking Water and Dispensers
AFENET/I8/2015 Electrical Maintenance, Service and Repairs
AFENET/19/2015 Supply and servicing of Fire Fighting Equipment
AFENET/20/2015 Supply and servicing of generators
AFENET/21/2015 Engraving services
AFENET/22/2015 Provision of consultancy services
AFENET/23/2015 Provision of Hotel Services
AFENET/24/2015 Legal Services
AFENET/25/2015 Facility Management
AFENET/26/2015 Maintenance of office Machines (Primers, Photocopiers etc)
AFENET/27/20I5 Security Out fits/Services
AFENET/28/2015 Supply of diesel, fuel etc
AFENET/29/2015 Insurance services

Interested suppliers and service providers may obtain the suppliers’ registration form for documentation from AFENET Nigeria website: www.nigeria-feltp.net.

Compulsory documents to be included: CAC registration certificate. Form CAC2, current Tax clearance, VAT registration, Audited balance sheet of 3 years, documented proof of at least 5 successful job completions with companies/customers.

Completed pre-qualification documents should be sent via email to: eoi@nfeltp.org or hard copies in a sealed envelope addressed to the Administrator No: 50 Haile Selassie street Asokoro Abuja. The Code and Category being applied for clearly indicated on the registration form.

The deadline for receiving the pre-qualification bids is June 17th 2015.

 

 

Federal Republic of Nigeria

Federal Ministry of Water Resources

 Consultancy for Individual Dam Panel of Experts (PoE) for Seven Dams in Northern Nigeria under the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria. 

REFNO: FMWR/TRIMING/IC/2014/01 

Note: This advertisement supersedes the previous one done on Wednesday. December 10, 2014 which was inconclusive due to low responses in most of the key areas of expertise required before closure. Those that responded before are advised to re-apply as this would be regarded as final public notices.

Request for Expression of Interest

(A)

Country: Nigeria 

Name of Project: Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (Triming) Project 

Project ID No: P123112 

The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has applied for a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under contracts for the procurement of Services of Internationally recognized Individual Dam Safety Experts who shall work in a Committee of Experts as a Panel of Experts to review and advise on matters relating to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, their appurtenant structures, the catchment areas, the area surrounding the reservoirs and their downstream areas. The Panel of Expert terms of reference may also cover such areas as review of technical design for the rehabilitation works. The seven dams are Bakolori, Zobe, Goronyo, Tiga, Dadin-Kowa, Hadejia Barrage, Challawa Gorge and Ruwan Kanyan Reservoir. They will periodically monitor the rehabilitation works and the initial preparation for the reservoir operation procedures. The World Bank Dam Safety Policy is given in Section B below.

The TRIMING Project Development Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements for integrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes in Northern Nigeria. The principal proposed investment components are the following: Water Resources Management and Dam Operations Improvement: Enhancing Agricultural Productivity and Support to Value Chains Development and Institutional Development and Project Management. The implementing Agency for the Borrower (Government of Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR). The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) to manage all aspects of procurement, management, payments and disbursement applications for the Project.

(B)       Operational Policy 4.37- Safety of Dams

Need for a Panel of Experts. Bank support for all new or existing irrigation projects served by new or existing large dams require that the dam’s safety conforms to the requirements of the Bank’s Operational Policy (OP) 4.37 and are implemented from the Project preparation to its Loan closure by attached hereto. When substantial remedial works are needed, the Bank requires that (a) the work be designed and supervised by competent professionals; and (b) the same reports and plans as for a new Bank-financed dam be prepared and implemented. Annex A to BP 4.37 mandates that, even for existing dams serving an irrigation project, four Plans are prepared and ready for updating, as necessary, during construction and commissioning of remedial works for the dams. These Plans are: (i) Construction Supervision and Quality Assurance Plan: (ii) Instrumentation Plan: (iii) Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan; and (iv) Emergency Preparedness Plan. For high-hazard dams involving significant and complex remedial work, the Bank requires that a panel of independent experts (PoE) be employed to undertake reviews of the investigation, design, and construction of the dam’s remedial works and the post-rehabilitation start of its reservoir operations.

Composition of the PoE and its Modus Operandi An (OP) 4.37 PoE consists of three or more experts, appointed by the Borrower and acceptable to the Bank, with expertise in the various technical fields relevant to the safety aspects of the particular dam or dams. The number, professional breadth, technical expertise and experience of PoE members are to be appropriate to the size, complexity, and hazard potential of the dam under consideration. For high-hazard dams, in particular, the PoE members should be internationally known experts in their field and therefore must be nationally/ internationally recruited where necessary for each type of expertise required. The primary purpose of the PoE is to review and advise the Borrower on matters relative to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, its appurtenant structures, the catchment area, the area surrounding the reservoir, and downstream areas. However, the Borrower normally extends the Panel’s composition and terms of reference beyond dam safety to cover such areas as technical design and/or construction procedures requiring for complex associated works, especially where such works are to be undertaken for existing dams providing normal daily water deliveries.

The Borrower contracts the services of the PoE and provides administrative support for its activities. Beginning as early in project preparation as possible for an existing dam, the Borrower arranges for periodic Panel meetings and reviews, which continue through the investigation, design, construction, and also initial filling (if the remedial works require emptying of the reservoir) and operational start-up phases. The Bank normally sends an observer to PoE meetings and. after each meeting, the PoE prepares and submits a written report of its conclusions and recommendations, signed by each participating member. Following the completion of the works or refilling of the reservoir and start-up of the dam, the Bank reviews the Panel’s final findings and recommendations with respect to the safety of the dam. If no significant issues pertaining to reduction of safety risks and sustained normal operation (or the filling and start-up of the dam), the Borrower may disband the dam’s PoE. Such cases may arise far existing earth dams due to construction of: (i) a foundation cut-off (e.g. for Goronyo dam) or (ii) an auxiliary spillway on the embankments of an existing earth dam (e.g. for Bakolori & Zobe dams)

(C)       PoE Recruitment and Implementation

The PMU intends to recruit a pool of experts for each area of expertise required that are willing to serve on the PoEs for each dam. A draft framework Contract will be sent to selected candidates describing the terms of their appointment, negotiated fee, how their visits will be arranged and paid etc. The PMU will be responsible for their air tickets, hotel accommodation, per diem expense, land and air travel in Nigeria. It will also arrange rooms for PoE meetings. PoE work in Nigeria is expected to last about 3 to 4 weeks for the seven dams. Prior to each initial design review meeting, each dam’s PoE members will receive copies of all reports and a specific Terms of Reference (ToR) for the individual mission. Dams design drawings will be made available to the PoE at the start of the Mission in Nigeria. If possible, the Consultant’s Team Leader or his dam expert will be available to answer PoE questions, representatives of the FMWR Dams and Reservoir Operations Dept. will attend all technical meetings. Each dam PoE team will choose a panel member to serve as its spokesperson and undertake the management of report preparation for each mission.

(D)       Qualifications of Required Experts

The PoE expertise required would include, inter alia, the following specialists with construction and existing dam rehabilitation and improvement experience: (i) geotechnical investigations and design; (ii) hydro electro-mechanical hydrologist. All interested candidates are expected to have a good comprehension of English in general and, an ability to write an English technical note contribution for the mission report in particular. The PoE should possess sufficient knowledge of International Standards (such as ICOLD) and best practices in their respective field as well as adequate experience of working for dam projects funded by International/bilateral agencies. The requisite professional qualifications of these experts are as follows:

(1)       Geotechnical Engineer

A highly experienced Geotechnical Engineer with around 25 years or above work in the geotechnical aspects of design, construction, operation and maintenance of dams, inclusive of remedial works for existing dams. He Should be recognized. Internationally on the basis of his consulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of assessing a dam’s complex geotechnical condition affecting its safety and, prepare an assessment report of his findings and recommendations including proposals for supplementary geotechnical and geophysical field investigations. An understanding of geotechnical modeling software and geotechnical failure risk analysis is desirable.

(2) Hydro Electro-Mechanical Expert

A highly experienced Mechanical Engineer with around 25 years or above especially in the dam development and rehabilitation including design, installation, operation and maintenance and replacement of dam Hydro Electro – Mechanical equipment, appurtenances (gates, valves, lifting equipment, pipe systems, etc.) and associated mechanical-electrical control systems. He should be recognized internationally on the basis of his consulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of critically assessing the condition of equipment, proposing specifications and methods of equipment replacement and preparing a report of his findings and recommendations.

(3) Dam Remedial Works Design and Construction Specialist

A highly experienced Civil Engineer with around 25 years of work on construction and management of dams in general with particular experience in remedial works for large dams. He should have first-hand experience in planning and managing construction programs, complex construction works such as grouting technologies for cut-off walls, coffer dams and similar works for existing dams in particular. He should be updated on current construction equipment, methods and technologies, Prior consulting experience and dam review experience is an asset

(4) Operational Hydrologist/Hydraulics Specialist

An experienced engineer/hydrologist specializing in operational hydrology of national and/or international repute with at least 20 years work experience. This experience should include: processing and review of raw hydrometric data; analysis of extreme rainfall and river flow statistics: preparation of river flow hydrographs and flow-duration curves for use in deriving reservoir rule curves; rainfall-runoff simulation of river flow under conditions of inadequate flow records for determination of extreme low frequency inflow hydrographs for dam reservoirs: reservoir operational modeling to determine extreme spillway discharges; river channel flow modeling to determine overbank flooding from extreme spillway discharges; dam break modeling as well as review of hydraulic design, such as spillways, stilling basins, outlet works, etc.

(E)      Consultant EOI

Interested Consultants should submit their Curriculum Vitae (CV) with copies of engagement letters supporting information that the CV demonstrates that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The short-listing criteria are:

(a)       General experience in area of expertise listed above on project/scheme in Nigeria or elsewhere at a similar scale; (b)       Specific experience in /of particular area of expertise in dams, water resource management or similar fields; (c)        Experience with Panel of Experts for Dams externally funded projects (e.g. AfDB, WB, USAID, DFID, etc.) (d)       Experience in Nigeria or a developing country within Africa under similar conditions.

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants) by World Bank borrowers. January 2011 edition (Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict of Interest. Interested consultants may obtain further information from the address below during office hours 08:00am and 5:00pm (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to the Project Coordinator at addresspymanjuk@triming.org . A hard copy of Expression of Interest must be delivered to the address below in person or by courier not laterthan 2:00pm local time on 30th June, 2015.

Attn: Project Coordinator.

Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria Project, Federal Ministry of Water Resources,

Plot 1402, Abba Kyari Street,

Off Adesojiaderemi Street

Apo-Abuja

Tel+2348038391469, +2348052048706

Signed:

PROJECT COORDINATOR

 

Federal Republic of Nigeria

Federal Ministry of Water Resources

 Consultancy for Individual Dam Panel of Experts (PoE) for Seven Dams in Northern Nigeria under the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria. 

REFNO: FMWR/TRIMING/IC/2014/01 

Note: This advertisement supersedes the previous one done on Wednesday. December 10, 2014 which was inconclusive due to low responses in most of the key areas of expertise required before closure. Those that responded before are advised to re-apply as this would be regarded as final public notices.

Request for Expression of Interest

(A)

Country: Nigeria 

Name of Project: Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (Triming) Project 

Project ID No: P123112 

The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has applied for a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towards the cost of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under contracts for the procurement of Services of Internationally recognized Individual Dam Safety Experts who shall work in a Committee of Experts as a Panel of Experts to review and advise on matters relating to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, their appurtenant structures, the catchment areas, the area surrounding the reservoirs and their downstream areas. The Panel of Expert terms of reference may also cover such areas as review of technical design for the rehabilitation works. The seven dams are Bakolori, Zobe, Goronyo, Tiga, Dadin-Kowa, Hadejia Barrage, Challawa Gorge and Ruwan Kanyan Reservoir. They will periodically monitor the rehabilitation works and the initial preparation for the reservoir operation procedures. The World Bank Dam Safety Policy is given in Section B below.

The TRIMING Project Development Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements for integrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes in Northern Nigeria. The principal proposed investment components are the following: Water Resources Management and Dam Operations Improvement: Enhancing Agricultural Productivity and Support to Value Chains Development and Institutional Development and Project Management. The implementing Agency for the Borrower (Government of Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR). The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) to manage all aspects of procurement, management, payments and disbursement applications for the Project.

(B)       Operational Policy 4.37- Safety of Dams

Need for a Panel of Experts. Bank support for all new or existing irrigation projects served by new or existing large dams require that the dam’s safety conforms to the requirements of the Bank’s Operational Policy (OP) 4.37 and are implemented from the Project preparation to its Loan closure by attached hereto. When substantial remedial works are needed, the Bank requires that (a) the work be designed and supervised by competent professionals; and (b) the same reports and plans as for a new Bank-financed dam be prepared and implemented. Annex A to BP 4.37 mandates that, even for existing dams serving an irrigation project, four Plans are prepared and ready for updating, as necessary, during construction and commissioning of remedial works for the dams. These Plans are: (i) Construction Supervision and Quality Assurance Plan: (ii) Instrumentation Plan: (iii) Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan; and (iv) Emergency Preparedness Plan. For high-hazard dams involving significant and complex remedial work, the Bank requires that a panel of independent experts (PoE) be employed to undertake reviews of the investigation, design, and construction of the dam’s remedial works and the post-rehabilitation start of its reservoir operations. Composition of the PoE and its Modus Operandi An (OP) 4.37 PoE consists of three or more experts, appointed by the Borrower and acceptable to the Bank, with expertise in the various technical fields relevant to the safety aspects of the particular dam or dams. The number, professional breadth, technical expertise and experience of PoE members are to be appropriate to the size, complexity, and hazard potential of the dam under consideration. For high-hazard dams, in particular, the PoE members should be internationally known experts in their field and therefore must be nationally/ internationally recruited where necessary for each type of expertise required. The primary purpose of the PoE is to review and advise the Borrower on matters relative to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, its appurtenant structures, the catchment area, the area surrounding the reservoir, and downstream areas. However, the Borrower normally extends the Panel’s composition and terms of reference beyond dam safety to cover such areas as technical design and/or construction procedures requiring for complex associated works, especially where such works are to be undertaken for existing dams providing normal daily water deliveries. The Borrower contracts the services of the PoE and provides administrative support for its activities. Beginning as early in project preparation as possible for an existing dam, the Borrower arranges for periodic Panel meetings and reviews, which continue through the investigation, design, construction, and also initial filling (if the remedial works require emptying of the reservoir) and operational start-up phases. The Bank normally sends an observer to PoE meetings and. after each meeting, the PoE prepares and submits a written report of its conclusions and recommendations, signed by each participating member. Following the completion of the works or refilling of the reservoir and start-up of the dam, the Bank reviews the Panel’s final findings and recommendations with respect to the safety of the dam. If no significant issues pertaining to reduction of safety risks and sustained normal operation (or the filling and start-up of the dam), the Borrower may disband the dam’s PoE. Such cases may arise far existing earth dams due to construction of: (i) a foundation cut-off (e.g. for Goronyo dam) or (ii) an auxiliary spillway on the embankments of an existing earth dam (e.g. for Bakolori & Zobe dams)

(C)       PoE Recruitment and Implementation

The PMU intends to recruit a pool of experts for each area of expertise required that are willing to serve on the PoEs for each dam. A draft framework Contract will be sent to selected candidates describing the terms of their appointment, negotiated fee, how their visits will be arranged and paid etc. The PMU will be responsible for their air tickets, hotel accommodation, per diem expense, land and air travel in Nigeria. It will also arrange rooms for PoE meetings. PoE work in Nigeria is expected to last about 3 to 4 weeks for the seven dams. Prior to each initial design review meeting, each dam’s PoE members will receive copies of all reports and a specific Terms of Reference (ToR) for the individual mission. Dams design drawings will be made available to the PoE at the start of the Mission in Nigeria. If possible, the Consultant’s Team Leader or his dam expert will be available to answer PoE questions, representatives of the FMWR Dams and Reservoir Operations Dept. will attend all technical meetings. Each dam PoE team will choose a panel member to serve as its spokesperson and undertake the management of report preparation for each mission.

(D)       Qualifications of Required Experts

The PoE expertise required would include, inter alia, the following specialists with construction and existing dam rehabilitation and improvement experience: (i) geotechnical investigations and design; (ii) hydro electro-mechanical hydrologist. All interested candidates are expected to have a good comprehension of English in general and, an ability to write an English technical note contribution for the mission report in particular. The PoE should possess sufficient knowledge of International Standards (such as ICOLD) and best practices in their respective field as well as adequate experience of working for dam projects funded by International/bilateral agencies. The requisite professional qualifications of these experts are as follows:

(1)       Geotechnical Engineer

A highly experienced Geotechnical Engineer with around 25 years or above work in the geotechnical aspects of design, construction, operation and maintenance of dams, inclusive of remedial works for existing dams. He Should be recognized Internationally on the basis of his consulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of assessing a dam’s complex geotechnical condition affecting its safety and, prepare an assessment report of his findings and recommendations including proposals for supplementary geotechnical and geophysical field investigations. An understanding of geotechnical modeling software and geotechnical failure risk analysis is desirable.

(2) Hydro Electro-Mechanical Expert

A highly experienced Mechanical Engineer with around 25 years or above especially in the dam development and rehabilitation including design, installation, operation and maintenance and replacement of dam Hydro Electro – Mechanical equipment, appurtenances (gates, valves, lifting equipment, pipe systems, etc.) and associated mechanical-electrical control systems. He should be recognized internationally on the basis of his consulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of critically assessing the condition of equipment, proposing specifications and methods of equipment replacement and preparing a report of his findings and recommendations.

(3) Dam Remedial Works Design and Construction Specialist

A highly experienced Civil Engineer with around 25 years of work on construction and management of dams in general with particular experience in remedial works for large dams. He should have first-hand experience in planning and managing construction programs, complex construction works such as grouting technologies for cut-off walls, coffer dams and similar works for existing dams in particular. He should be updated on current construction equipment, methods and technologies, Prior consulting experience and dam review experience is an asset

(4) Operational Hydrologist/Hydraulics Specialist

An experienced engineer/hydrologist specializing in operational hydrology of national and/or international repute with at least 20 years work experience. This experience should include: processing and review of raw hydrometric data; analysis of extreme rainfall and river flow statistics: preparation of river flow hydrographs and flow-duration curves for use in deriving reservoir rule curves; rainfall-runoff simulation of river flow under conditions of inadequate flow records for determination of extreme low frequency inflow hydrographs for dam reservoirs: reservoir operational modeling to determine extreme spillway discharges; river channel flow modeling to determine overbank flooding from extreme spillway discharges; dam break modeling as well as review of hydraulic design, such as spillways, stilling basins, outlet works, etc.

(E)      Consultant EOI

Interested Consultants should submit their Curriculum Vitae (CV) with copies of engagement letters supporting information that the CV demonstrates that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The short-listing criteria are: (a)       General experience in area of expertise listed above on project/scheme in Nigeria or elsewhere at a similar scale; (b)       Specific experience in /of particular area of expertise in dams, water resource management or similar fields; (c)        Experience with Panel of Experts for Dams externally funded projects (e.g. AfDB, WB, USAID, DFID, etc.) (d)       Experience in Nigeria or a developing country within Africa under similar conditions.

The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank’s Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants) by World Bank borrowers. January 2011 edition (Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict of Interest. Interested consultants may obtain further information from the address below during office hours 08:00am and 5:00pm (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to the Project Coordinator at addresspymanjuk@triming.org A hard copy of Expression of Interest must be delivered to the address below in person or by courier not laterthan 2:00pm local time on 30th June, 2015.

Attn: Project Coordinator.

Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria Project, Federal Ministry of Water Resources,

Plot 1402, Abba Kyari Street,

Off Adesojiaderemi Street

Apo-Abuja

Tel+2348038391469, +2348052048706

Signed:

PROJECT COORDINATOR

 

 

National Youth Service Corps

Directorate Headquarters, Abuja

Invitation for Tender for the Production and Supply of NYSC Kit Items for 2015 Batch ‘B’ Corps Members

1.0     Introduction

The Management of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in pursuance of its statutory functions and in compliance with Due Process requirements hereby invites competent and reliable contractors to submit bids for the production and supply of kit items for the prospective 2015 Batch ‘B’ corps members .who are expected to participate in the orientation course scheduled for November 2015.

2.0     Scope of Works

NORTH-CENTRAL

Lot 1.                    Supply of NYSC Khaki Suits

Lot 2.                    Supply of NYSC Jungle Boots

Lot 3.                    Supply of NYSC White Canvas

Lot4.                    Supply of NYSC Crested Vest

Lot 5.                    Supply of NYSC Caps

Lot 6.                    Supply of NYSC Belts

Lot 7.                    Supply of White Plain Vest

Lot 8.                    Supply of White P.E. Shorts

Lot 9.                    Supply of NYSC Stockings

SOUTH WEST

Lot 10.        Supply of NYSC Khaki Suits

Lot 11.        Supply of NYSC Jungle Boots

Lot 12.        Supply of NYSC White Canvas

Lot 13.        Supply of NYSC Crested Vest

Lot 14.        Supply of White Plain Vest

Lot 15.        Supply of White P.E. Shorts

Lot 16.        Supply of NYSC Stockings

NORTH-WEST

Lot 17.        Supply of NYSC Khaki Suits

Lot 18.        Supply of NYSC Jungle Boots

Lot 19.        Supply of NYSC White Canvas

Lot 20.        Supply of NYSC Crested Vest

Lot 21.        Supply of White Plain Vest

Lot 22.        Supply of White P.E. Shorts

Lot 23.        Supply of NYSC Stockings

SOUTH-SOUTH

Lot 24. Supply of NYSC Khaki Suits

Lot 25. Supply of NYSC Jungle Boots

Lot 26. Supply of NYSC White Canvas

Lot 27. Supply of NYSC Crested Vest

Lot 28. Supply of White Plain Vest

Lot29. Supply of White P.E. Shorts

Lot 30.  Supply of NYSC Stockings

SOUTH-EAST

Lot 31.        Supply of NYSC Khaki Suits

Lot 32.        Supply of NYSC Jungle Boots

Lot 33.        Supply of NYSC White Canvas

Lot 34.        Supply of NYSC Crested Vest

Lot 35.        Supply of White Plain Vest

Lot 36.        Supply of White P.E. Shorts

Lot 37.        Supply of NYSC Stockings 

Directorate Headquarters, Yakubu Gowon House, Maitama-Abuja between 11.00 am and 4.00 pm upon presentation of a non-refundable fee of Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000.00) in form of a certified Bank draft payable to the National Youth Service Corps.

4.0 Technical Requirements

(i)      Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC). (ii)     Company’s audited accounts for the last (3) consecutive years (2012 – 2014). (iii)    Photocopy of Tax Clearance Certificate for the last (3) consecutive years covering (2012 – 2014) corresponding with declared annual turnover and profit of the Audited Accounts. (iv)    Photocopy of VAT registration certificate and evidence of past remittances. (v)     Evidence of compliance with ITF Amendment Act 2011. (vi)    Evidence of compliance with the Pension Reform Act 2011. (vii)   Evidence of compliance with Financial Reporting Council (FRC) of Nigeria (where applicable). (viii)  Evidence of financial capability from a reputable bank. (ix)    Verifiable list of similar goods successfully supplied under a single contract in the last five (5) years with a monetary value of not less than Twenty Million naira (N20,000,000.00) only, per year for five (5) years. (x)     Comprehensive Company Profile with convincing proof of competence or production capacity to undertake the jobs within the required time frame. (xi)    Evidence of technical, operational and managerial staff with relevant work experience in regards to the scope of work (xii)   Any other relevant document(s) that will place the company on a competitive advantage over others.

5.0       Submission of Tender Documents

Bid documents must be spirally bound and duly signed on each page, the technical documents must be arranged in the order indicated in 4.0 (i-xii) above, completed bid documents should be in two separately sealed envelopes labeled “Technical” and “Financial” (2 envelope system), both put in a bigger envelope clearly marked with the relevant Geo-political zone, Lot number and addressed to:

The Director General,

National Youth Service Corps,

Yakubu Gowon House,

416 Tigris Crescent,

Off Aguiyi Ironsi Street,

Maitama – Abuja.

Tender submission will close by 11.00 am on Monday, 13th July, 2015. Companies submitting tenders most sign the tender register at the reception desk before dropping the tender into the tender box at the Tenders Board Secretariat, Procurement Department, 3rd Floor, Wing ‘B’ Room 317, NYSC Directorate Headquarters, Yakubu Gowon House, Maitama-Abuja. Incorrectly labeled and late tenders will be rejected.

6.0     Opening of Tenders

Opening of the bid shall commence immediately following the submission deadline at 11.00 am on Monday, 13th July, 2015 at the Conference Hall, 6th Floor, NYSC NDHQ, Maitama, Abuja.

Representatives of bidding companies, members of the public and Civil Rights organisations are invited to witness the Bid opening exercise.

7.0     General Information

(i)      Due to complexity of the job and timely delivery, no company shall apply for more than one (1) Lot.

 

TETFUND

Tertiary Education Trust Fund

Specific Procurement Notice (SPN) for Zonal Offices

(1)     Introduction

The Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund), in compliance with the provisions of the Public Procurement Act (2007), hereby invites eligible Contractors and Suppliers to submit Technical and Financial bids for the provision of goods and works at its zonal offices located in the six geopolitical zones of the country.

Lot 1: SOUTH EAST

1:       Project Vehicles (Saloon Cars)

2:       Office Equipment

3:       Office Partitioning

4:       Furnishing of Offices

Lot 2: SOUTH SOUTH

1:       Project Vehicles (Saloon Cars)

2:       Office Equipment

3:       Furnishing of Offices

4:       Office Partitioning

Lot 3: SOUTH WEST

1:       Project Vehicles (Saloon Cars)

2:       Office Equipment

3:       Furnishing of Offices

4:       Office Partitioning

Lot 4: NORTH EAST

1:       Project Vehicles (Saloon Cars)

2:       Office Equipment

3:       Furnishing of Offices

4:       Office Partitioning

Lot 5; NORTH WEST

1:       Project Vehicles (Saloon Cars)

2:       Office Equipment

3:       Furnishing of Offices

4:       Office Partitioning

Lot 6: NORTH CENTRAL

1:       Project Vehicles (Saloon Cars)

2:       Office Equipment

3:       Furnishing of Offices

4:       Office Partitioning

 Requirements for Tender

(i)      Evidence of Registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC);

(ii)     Evidence of Value Added Tax (VAT) Registration;

(iii)    Company Income Tax (CIT) Clearance for the past three (3) years (2012-2014);

(iv)    Evidence of Compliance with Pension Reform Act (2004);

(v)     Evidence of Compliance with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act (2011);

(vi)    Evidence of Registration with Professional Bodies, where applicable.

(vii)   Verifiable documentary evidence of similar jobs that had been successfully executed recently;

(viii)  Evidence of ownership or lease of workshop and/or equipment (where applicable);

(ix)    Audited Accounts for the past three (3) years (2012-2014);

(x)     Company Profile and evidence of Technical Qualification of key personnel;

(xi)    Current Bank Reference;

(xii)   Bidders should accompany their submission with a sworn affidavit of disclosure of interest;

(xiii)  A sworn affidavit that the firm is not in receivership/bankruptcy and that none of its Directors has been convicted for any criminal offence relating to fraud, financial impropriety, misrepresentation or falsification of acts relating to any matter.

(3)     Collection of Standard Bidding Documents

Bidders should collect relevant Standard Bidding Document(s) from the Procurement Division (Ground Floor), TETFund, Maitama, Abuja from Monday, 18th May, 2015 between the hours of 9:00am – 4:00pmon week days upon collection of a receipt after the presentation of a bank draft of N 10,000.00 (Ten Thousand Naira) payable to Tertiary Education Trust Fund at the Cash Office, Finance & Investment Department of the Fund.

(4)     Submission of Bids:

The technical and financial bidding documents shall be submitted in both hard and soft copies. Hard copies should be submitted in a sealed envelope (containing two sealed envelopes clearly labelled technical and financial bids).The outer sealed envelope should be clearly labelled at the top left-hand corner “Bidding documents for [insert (Geo-political Zone)]” and quoting the appropriate lot number as applicable and addressed to:

The Executive Secretary,

Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFund),

6 Zambezi Crescent, Off Aguiyi Ironsi Street,

Maitama, Abuja.

Bidding documents in the sealed envelope shall be deposited by bidders in the Tenders Box located at the Procurement Division, Ground Floor, TETFund Head Office, 6, Zambezi Crescent, Off Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja between 9:00 am to 4:00 pm from 25th May, 2015 to 12:00 noon on 6th July, 2015.

Closing Date and Opening of Bids:

The closing date for submission of bidding documents is Monday, 6th July, 2015 at 12:00pm; late submissions will be rejected. The documents received shall be opened immediately after the closing of bid submission at the Auditorium of the Nigeria National Merit House, Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja. All Bidders and/or their Representatives, Relevant Professional Bodies and NGOs are invited to witness the Public Opening of Bids.

Please Note That:

(1)     TETFund will not enter into correspondence with any unsuccessful bidder; (2)     Any bidder that submits fake documents shall be out rightly disqualified and may be reported to relevant authority; (3)     The Fund reserves the right to cancel the procurement proceedings in the public interest without incurring any liability to the bidders;(4)     Bidders name, office address, email address and phone numbers should be indicated on the reverse side of their envelopes; (5)     Bidders are to ensure that they also sign the Bid Submission Register at the Procurement Division of the Fund; (6)     No bidder is allowed to bid for more than two (2) lots; (7)     This advertisement shall not be construed to be a commitment on the part of TETFund nor shall it entail any bidder to make any claim(s) whatsoever and/or seek any indemnity from TETFund by virtue of such bidder having responded to this advertisement.

Signed:

Management

Tertiary Education Trust Fund

No. 6, Zambezi Crescent, Off Aguiyi Ironsi Street, Maitama, Abuja. www.tetfund.gov.ng,

E-mail: info@tetfund.gov.ng

Tel: 07098818818, 09-291-5140

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