PROCUREMENT ADVERTS

Family Health International (FHI 360)

Request for quotation (RFQ) – Supply and Installation of Generators

 (A)    Introduction

Family Health International (FHI 360) with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is supporting the government of Nigeria (GON) to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigerian capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in various states within Nigeria

The Nigeria Country Office hereby seeking for interested and qualified organizations to submit quotation for supply and installation of the Generator Set as specified below;

S/N Description Quantity & Location Specification
1 Supply and installation of 100KVA Generator 3 locations: Cross River, Kano and Lagos Types: Sound Proof

Engine capacity: 100KVA

 

Generator Engine Model: Perkins Voltage; 400v

Circuit Breaker Type 3 pole MCC8 Frequency: 50/60Hz

Engine speed: 1500 -1800 RPM

Fuel Type: AGO

2 Supply and installation of 60KVA Generator 7 Locations: Adamawa, Anambra, Bauchi, Cross River, Edo, Jigawa and Rivers Type: Sound proof)

Engine capacity: 60KVA

Generator Engine Model: Perkins Voltage: 400v

Circuit Breaker Type: 3 pole MCB Frequency: 50/60Hz

Engine speed 1500 -1800 RPM

Fuel Type: AGO

(B)     Selection Criteria (Skills, Abilities, and Qualifications)

(1)       Detailed Company Profile with registered address, functional email, telephone numbers and point of contact for the organization,

(2)       Evidence of company registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission, including form CAC7 & CAC2

(3)       Tax Clearance Certificate for 2012, 2013, and 2014

(4)       Evidence of possession of experience in similar jobs

  • Bidders must describe in sufficient detail at least 3 projects similar in size, scope, and complexity (recently completed or in progress) carried out in the last five (5) years.
  • At a minimum, bidders must furnish the following information for each project cited:
  • A brief description of the project, inclusive of the activities/function performed and an explanation of how this experience is relevant to the scope of this RFQ
  • The reference document for the award, value of the contract at the time of award, and period of performance
  • The name, physical address, telephone number and contact e-mail address of the client

(5)       Evidence of registration with relevant professional bodies or institutions of practice

(6)       Recommendation letter from an organization attesting to satisfactory performance in previous projects

(7)       Evidence of affiliation/franchise with an international organization

(8)       Evidence of financial capability

(C)    Submission of Proposals

Bidders are requested to submit technical and financial bids in separate envelopes, clearly indicating supply and installation of Generator Set. Financial bid must be in Naira (NGN) and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company.

Submission should be addressed to:

The Procurement Manager

Family Health International (FHI 360),

Plot 1073 JS Tarka Street Garki, Area 3

Abuja

All documents required by this RFQ must be received at the above designated location NOT LATER THAN 2:00pm on Thursday September, 17th 2015 in a sealed envelope

Facsimile (fax), e-mail documents or post marked documents will not be accepted issuance of this RFQ in no way constitutes a commitment by FHI360 to award a contract.

FHI 360 reserves the right to vary any part of this RFP at the time of award if it becomes necessary

FHI360 is Value added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges Withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian laws.

FHI360 designee will answer any questions up to 2:00PM Tuesday September 15th 2015 in relation to this RFQ throughProcurementt@sidhas.org

 

 

Family Health International (FHI 360)

Request for Proposal (RFP) – IT Infrastructural and Power Supply Equipment Upgrade

(A)    Introduction

Family Health International (FHI 360) with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is supporting the government of Nigeria (GON) to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigerian capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in various states within Nigeria

FHI360 is seeking proposal from qualified and interested companies to provide and implement IT infrastructural and power supply equipment upgrade in the following fourteen (14) locations which are: Yola, Port Harcourt, Uyo, Awka. Bauchi, Yanogoa, Maiduguri, Calabar, Ogoja, Ikom, Benin, Kano, Abuja and Ikeja

(B)   LIST OF REQUIRED SERVICES

S/N Description
1 Supply and installation of 3 5kVA Inverter and appropriate battery sets

 

2 Telephony Infrastructure

 

Upgrade of Local Area Network (LAN) infrastructure

 

(C)    SELECTION CRITERIA (Skills, Abilities, and Qualifications)

(1)     Detailed Company Profile with registered address, functional email, telephone numbers and point of contact for the organization.

(2)     Evidence of company registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission, including form CAC7 & CAC2

(3)     Tax Clearance Certificate for 2012, 2013, and 2014

(4)     Evidence of possession of experience in similar jobs

(5)     Bidders must describe in sufficient detail at least 3 projects similar in size, scope, and complexity (recently completed or in progress) carried out in the last five (5) years

(6)     Evidence of registration with relevant professional bodies or institutions of practice

(7)     Recommendation letter from an organization attesting to satisfactory performance in previous related projects.

(8)     Evidence of financial capability and/or recommendation letter from a reputable bank

(9)     Submit technical and project plan with staffing requirement and time lines for the implementation.

(D)    Submission of Proposals

Bidders are requested to submit technical proposal, financial bid and all documents listed in section C above in a separate envelop, clearly indicating “IT INFRASTRUCTURAL AND POWER SUPPLY EQUIPMENT UPGRADE”, Financial bid must be in Naira (NGN) and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company. Interested companies are require to seek detailed specification throughITupgrade@sidhas.org  not later than 4.00PM Tuesday September, 15th 2015

All documents required by this RFP must be received at the below designated location NOT LATER THAN 2:00PM on Thursday September 17th 2015 in a sealed envelope.

The Procurement Manager

Family Health International (FHI 360),

Plot 1073 JS Tarka Street, Garki,

Area 3, Abuja

Facsimile (fax), e-mail documents or postmarked documents will not be accepted. Issuance of this RFP in no way constitutes a commitment by FHI360 to award a contract

FHI 360 reserves the right to vary any part of this RFP at the time of award if it becomes necessary FH1360 is Value added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges Withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian laws

 

 

Sokoto State Government

Ministry of Works and Transport

Usman Faruk Secretariat,

P.M.B 2110, Sokoto 

Request for Expression of Interest and Invitation to Tender for the Construction and Rehabilitation of Roads in Sokoto State

Introduction:

(1)     Sokoto State Government plans to embark on Construction and Rehabilitation of some roads in the State in line with the 2015 approved Budget. In this regard, experienced and competent contractors are hereby invited to tender for the execution of the projects. The interested bidders must be registered with Federal Works Registration Board and Sokoto State Tenders Board as Road/Civil Engineering Contractor.

(2)     Furthermore, the interested contractors shall meet the following prequalification criteria:

(a)     Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) by inclusion of a copy of the Certificate and article of the association.

(b)     Evidence of registration with relevant Ministries and Bureaus in Sokoto State.

(c)      Comprehensive Company Profile indicating key professional staff and their roles, designation, qualification and years of experience

(d)     Evidence of Company audited account for three years (2012, 2013 & 2014)

(e)      Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificate for 3-years (2012, 2013 & 2014)

(f)      Evidence of financial capability and Banking support

(g)     Evidence of VAT registration and past remittances

(h)     Evidence of similar projects executed in the State or anywhere in Nigeria with copies of award letters and completion Certificates

(i)      Verifiable evidence of availability of equipment with years of purchase, performance guarantee including full description of the equipment

(j)      Annual Turn Over

(k)     Payment of non-refundable bidding of N300,000.00 for construction and rehabilitation of roads in favour of Sokoto State Board of Internal Revenue and submission of original receipt to the Ministerial Tenders Board, Ministry of Works & Transport, Sokoto.

(3)     All parameters with zero scores are considered Responsive.

(4)     The absence of any item (a-k) will automatically disqualified the applicant for bidding.

(5)     The proposed projects are:

Lot No. Description Length (Km)
Lot 1

 

 

Lot 2

 

Lot 3

 

 

Lot 4

Dualization of Waziri Abbas Road (Sokoto South LGA)

 

Tureta-Bela Road (Tureta LGA)

 

Tambuwal-Gurzau-Yagawal-Maradun-Ganuwa Road (Tambuwal LGA)

 

Sifawa-Badau Road (Bodinga LGA)

2KM

 

 

6KM

 

25KM

 

 

5KM

 

Lot No. Description
Lot 5 Construction and Rehabilitation of failed culvert at Morai Area, Sokoto (Kware LGA)
Lot 6 Rehabilitation of shehu shagari way, T/Wada, Sokoto (Sokoto North LGA)
Lot 7 Rehabilitation of Isa-Marnona Road (Isa LGA)
Lot 8 Rehabilitation of Fanare-Lokobi-Yarume Road (Wamakko LGA)
Lot 9 Rehabilitation of Sabon Birni Bridge No. 1 (Sabon Birini LGA)
Lot 10 Rehabilitation of Rabah-Gandi-Zamfara State Boarder Road (Rabah LGA)

 

Lot 11 Rehabilitation of Nasarawa-Giyawa-Kawadata Road (Wurno-Goronyo LGA)

Scope of works:

The scope of works essentially involves but not limited to the following:

(a)     Site Clearance and Earthworks (where applicable)

(b)     Road works and pavements

(c)      Culverts and drainages

(d)     Asphalting for LOT 3.

(e)      Any other works related to the project.

Collection of Tender Documents

(i)      The bid/tender documents will be made available on presentation of the receipt as evidence of payment.

(ii)     Tender documents are to be duly completed, signed and sealed in two separate envelopes cleared marked, and the Lot tender for, and submit to the:

The Secretary,

Ministerial Tender Board,

Ministry of Works and Transport,

Usman Faruk Secretariat,

Sokoto.

(iii)    In addition, all bidders are requested to:

(a)     Inspect the roads and works required to be constructed/rehabilitated and assure themselves of the scope and nature of works.

(b)     Ensure that, the tender costs will adequately cover the execution of the works without further demand on Government.

(c)      All tenders received shall be publically opened after the closing date of the tenders

(d)     Tenderers or their representative ate invited to witness the tender opening

(e)      All tenders should be submitted not later than 8th October, 2015.

(f)      Tenders shall be closed by 12:00 noon and will be opened by 12:01pm.

(g)     This advertisement should be regarded as public invitation to all interested bidders, non Governmental organizations working in transparency, accountability and anti-corruption areas, relevant professional organizations and general public to attend the bids opening sessions.

Signed:

Muhammad Bello Sifawa

Permanent Secretary,

Ministry of Works and Transport,

Sokoto

 

 

Request for Proposal (RFP) – Supply and Installation of Solar Powered Desktop Computers

 (A)      Introduction

Family Health International (FHI 360) with funding from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is supporting the government of Nigeria (GON) to enhance sustained cross-sectional integration of HIV/AIDS services by building Nigerian capacity to deliver sustainable high quality, comprehensive, prevention, treatment, care and related services in various states within Nigeria.

FHI 360 is seeking proposal from qualified and interested companies to provide and implement the installation of 1,534 solar powered desktop computers across its supported facilities

(B)       List of Requirement

S/N Items   Specification Quantity
1 Solar pc system Systems unit 1.6GHz Intel Atom processors, 500GB of hard disk space (single partition), 2GB of RAM, 12V Direct Current (DC), 12W power consumption with support for Linux or Windows Operating System

 

1,534

 

2 Monitor 17″ Widescreen monitor, 12W consumption, 12V Direct Current (DC) input.

 

1,534
3 Solar system 3˟ 160WSotor panels

60A Charge controller with 12V DC output

1 x 200Ah/12V Deep cycle maintenance free battery

 

Accessories:

Panel mounting structures Battery rack mount Wiring and ancillary materials Installation

 

3˟1,534=4,602

1,534

1,534

 

 

 

 

 

 

1534,

1,534

1,534 locations

4 Others Installation, provision of end user training and after sales support

 

1,534 locations
5 Warranty 10 years for solar panels

5years for Charge Controller

3 years for Systems Unit and Monitor

 

6 Local Area Network (LAN) Small LAN comprising of:

8 ports switch

4 nodes LAN

 

282 locations
7 Portable Hard Drive(1Gb) 1Gb portable hard drive (USB 3.0) 1,334 units

(C)      Selection Criteria (Skills, Abilities, and Qualifications)

 (1)       Detailed Company Profile with registered address, functional email, telephone numbers and point of contact for the organization.

(2)       Evidence of company registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission, including form CAC7 & CAC2

(3)       Tax Clearance Certificate for 2012, 2013, and 2014

(4)       Evidence of possession of experience in similar jobs

(5)       Bidders must describe in sufficient detail at least 3 projects similar in size, scope, and complexity (recently completed or in progress) carried out in the last five (5) years.

(6)       Evidence of registration with relevant professional bodies or institutions of practice.

(7)       Recommendation letter from an organization attesting to satisfactory performance in previous related projects.

(8)       Evidence of financial capability and/or recommendation letter from a reputable bank

(9)       Submit technical and project plan with staffing requirement and time lines for the implementation.

(D)      Submission of Proposals

Bidders are requested to submit technical proposal, financial bid and all documents listed in section C above in a separate envelop, clearly indicating “Supply And Installation of Solar Powered Desktop Computers”. Financial bid must be in Naira (NGN) and signed by authorized representative of the bidding company. Interested companies are require to seek detailed specification throughSOLARPROJECT@sidhas.org not later than 4.00 PM Tuesday September 16th 2015

All documents required by this RFP must be received at the below designated Location Not Later Than 2:00PM on Thursday September 17th 2015 in a sealed, envelope,

The Procurement Manager

 Family Health International (FHI 360),

 Plot 1073 JS Tarka Street, Garki,

 Area 3. Abuja

Facsimile (fax), e-mail documents or postmarked documents will not be accepted. Issuance of this RFP in no way constitutes a commitment by FHI360 to award a contract.

FHI 360 reserves the right to vary any part of this RFP at the time of award if it becomes necessary. FHI 360 is Value added Tax (VAT) exempted, but charges withholding Tax (WTH) in compliance with Relevant Nigerian laws.

 

 

Expression of Interest to Develop a Business/ Entrepreneurship Training Manual and Conduct Business/Entrepreneurship Training for Return Migrants under the Assisted Voluntary Return and Reintegration Programme (AVRR) 

 Terms of Reference

Background

Assisted voluntary Return and Reintegration (AVRR) is a key strategy in ensuring the humane and orderly movement of migrants. It is an indispensable component of a migration management approach which is intended to be mutually beneficial to migrants, governments and other sectors of society affected by migration. IOM implements the AVRR which has well-tailored reintegration measures supporting the socio-economic integration of returnees in their country of origin. In Nigeria, IOM has been providing reception and reintegration assistance to returnees since 2002.

A major component of reintegration assistance in Nigeria continues to be the establishment of small scale enterprises for returnees. IOM Nigeria has facilitated the implementation of over 44 different types of business in all the geopolitical zones of Nigeria since 2002.

The RESTART NIGERIA project (funded by the European Union) commenced in 2014 with the aim of providing extra reintegration assistance to complement the existing IOM AVRR programs to Nigeria from various EU Member States.

The programme aims to provide the returnees with sustainable income generation activities and smooth integration into the local communities. Although many returnees have set up small businesses, the sustainability of these businesses has been adversely affected by the difficult economic   environment impacting negatively on returnee reintegration.

Part  of the project scope is to conduct capacity building programmes for return migrants on business management techniques/skills so they can understand the seemingly new business environment (many returnees have been out of the country for a while) so as to enhance economic reintegration. Through this consultancy, IOM seeks to develop a comprehensive training manual focusing on entrepreneurship and business management and to train returnees using the manual.

The training material shall be adapted to contain basics on how to create a good business idea, good customer care practices, pricing, basic book-keeping, market and competitor analysis and basic financial planning, and most importantly, how to link to the market to sell one’s commodities or services.

OBJECTIVE

The overall objective of this consultancy is to develop a standard and comprehensive entrepreneurship/ business training manual and to train returnees under the AVRR programme using the manual, with the aim of ensuring sustainable returns and financial independence.

IOM has assisted beneficiaries in creating small businesses such as catering, farming, grinding mills, poultry, small grocery shops, transport, welding, among others.

METHODOLOGY AND SCOPE OF WORK

The methodology will include but will not be limited to:

(1)     Literature Review: The applicant will review all relevant available trainings by other NGOs and Nigerian government on business/entrepreneurial management for SMEs with the aim of filling gaps  in existing materials.

(2)     Design and Develop a comprehensive Business Training Manual.

This manual should be a Trainee’s Manual targeted towards owners of small and medium   sized business. In developing the content of the manual, the applicant should bear in mind   the level of education of the returnees which ranges from non to graduate level with a majority falling between primary and secondary education.

The manual should be divided into modules structured for a 4 days training period and topics to be covered will be finalized on the basis of discussions with IOM, but are likely to include:

  • A general overview of Nigeria’s business environment
  • Understanding business/entrepreneurship,
  • Business financing
  • Writing business plan,
  • Book keeping
  • Customer development/human relations,
  • Marketing & sales etc.
  • Topics should be executed with case studies.

(3)     Training of Returnees:  The applicant will conduct two (2) different trainings for four (4) day each within an interval of 1-2 months based on the training manual developed. The number of returnees to attend the trainings will be jointly decided by the applicant and IOM.

(4)     Conduct monitoring and evaluation of the training: In coordination with IOM, the applicant will develop pre-and post-training evaluation form. The evaluation form will serve as a tool for gauging the impact of the training on the participants’ business skills and knowledge.

DELIVERABLES

  • An inception report detailing the Applicant’s work-plan including the methodology (max 4 pages). The report will outline in detail a fine-tuned methodology and scope based on the applicant’s interpretation of the tasks and deliverables suggested in the TOR.
  • Final business training manual. The applicant is expected to deliver a soft copy and 2 printed copies of the Business Training Manual to IOM.
  • Returnees trained for 4 days at 2 different occasions i.e. (1st training for 4 days and 2nd training for 4 days)
  • Training report highlighting key findings and recommendations

TIMING AND REPORTING

Outputs Duration  (person days) 
Inception report.  2 days
Revised inception report based on meeting and discussions with IOM 2 days
Developing  Business Training Manual 5 days
Draft training manual submitted by the applicant and review by IOM 1 day
Finalization of the draft training manual based on IOM’s input and submission of final  electronic copy and hard copies of Manual by applicant 2 days
Training of Returnees 8 days
TOTAL 20 days

QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

Individual(s) or company’s representative must possess the following requirement:

  • A post-graduate degree in finance, Business Studies, Economics, Social Science, International Development, Entrepreneurship, or related fields with subjects related to business management
  • Working experience in developing/ managing programmes
  • At least five years of experience in working in international NGOs at grass-root level (community solidarity groups, CBOs etc.)
  • Demonstrated experience in organizing workshops, Trainings, FGDs, conducting interviews at national level and producing recommendations
  • Personal commitment, efficiency and flexibility, together with the ability to work both independently under minimum supervision and with large diverse project teams.
  • Experience working in Nigeria and an excellent understanding of the current business environment and Nigeria market structure
  • Professional experience working with migrants or small to medium sized business in Nigeria is an asset

COMPETENCIES

  • Confirmed interest in small and medium enterprise development
  • Excellent command of the English language.
  • Strong interpersonal and networking skills
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Creative and result oriented
  • Computer proficiency including working with knowledge of MS Office products (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)

(a)     A maximum of 4 page proposal providing a brief methodology on the approach and conduct of the work within the suggested time frame.

  • Individual/group CV or resume with detailed listing of the most relevant similar work undertaken with closely related professional experience, and also including:

(i)       The names of companies or organizations previously served, with up-to-date contact details and evidence of service fees paid.

(ii)       At least one professional reference for the applicant, with complete contact information; and,

  • Details of the applicants’ technical training and education.

Interested parties should send the following written materials, addressed to the Chief of Mission via email to iomnigeriahr@iom.int on or before 14th September, 2015;

 

 

Adekunle Ajasin University

P.M.B. 001, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria

www.aaua.edu.ng 

 Invitation to Pre-Qualification and Tender for Year 2013/2014 (Merged) Tetfund Entrepreneurship Intervention Project and Procurement 

(A)        Introduction:

Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State is about to utilize the TETFUND 2013/2014 (merged) Entrepreneurship intervention for project and procurement (as listed below), and hereby invites interested and reputable contractors with requisite competence and expertise to apply for pre-qualification for the project and procurement.

(B1)      Project:

Lot 1:         Construction of External Works: Drainage, Culvert and Landscaping at Entrepreneurship Centre

(B2)       Procurement:

Lot 1:     Supply and Installation of Shoe Machines, Paper Forming Machine and Food Packaging Machine for Entrepreneurship Centre

Lot 2:     Supply and Installation of Bag Making Machine, Fruits Juice Extraction Machine, Lenovo Think- pad, Finger Print Reader and OTC Card ID Barcode Reader for Entrepreneurship Centre

Lot 3:     Supply of 250KVA Mikano 1306S Sound Proof Generator for Entrepreneurship Centre

(C)       Pre-Qualification and Tendering Procedure

(1)       The suppliers/contractors are required to prepare and submit their tenders in two separate parts, namely:

(i)        Submission of Pre-qualification Documents

(ii)       Submission of Tender

(2)       Bids shall be prepared and submitted in accordance with the documents listed in D and G below. In the event of a contract award, the bidder shall be required to enter into a formal Contract Agreement in the form of and based on the proposed Contract Documents.

(D)       Pre-Qualification Requirements:

Each interested applicant is required to submit the following:

(i)        Evidence of incorporation/registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission.

(ii)       Evidence of Tax Clearance Certificates for the past three years (2012, 2013, 2014).

(iii)       Evidence of VAT registration and remittance.

(iv)       Detailed company’s profile and office address.

(v)        Evidence of similar projects or procurement (as applicable) done in the past five years (i.e. Letters of Award and Certificates of practical completion of similar works).

(vi)       Audited Account of the Company for the past three years (2012, 2013, 2014).

(vii)      Evidence from Company’s bankers as to its financial strength, worthiness and solvency.

(viii)  Evidence of compliance with amended Industrial Training Fund Act 2011.

(ix)       Evidence of compliance with the provision of the New pension Scheme; and

(x)       Qualification and experience of key personnel.

  • All documents submitted will be verified with the appropriate issuing bodies to ascertain their authenticity.
  • Arrangement of documents should follow the order in the list above, appropriately numbered, Each parcel should have a Table of Contents indicating the pages or folios on which these items are to be found.

(E)       Minimum Criteria for Pre-Qualification and Tender

This invitation to pre-qualification and tender is based on meeting the prescribed minimum criteria; company’s experience and financial position.

(F)       Completion of Tender

(1)        The tender must be completed by completing the bill of quantities and stating the tender figure and completion period in the accompanying form of tender and company’s covering letter.

(G)       Purchase & Collection of Tender Documents

(1)       Tender Documents in English Language (hard copies) may be purchased from the address below upon payment by certified bank draft, of non-refundable fees of N10,000,00 for each of Lots B1-1 and B2-3 and
N20,000.00 for each of Lots B2-1 and B2-2 made in favour of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko.
The receipt of payment must be included and submitted with the tender.

(2)       Tender Documents shall be collected from:

The Director of Physical Planning and Development,

Department of Physical Planning and Development,

Ground Floor, Senate Building,

Adekunle Ajasin University,

Akungba-Akoko, Ondo State, Nigeria.

(H)       Return of Pre-Qualification Documents and Tenders

(1)        Pre-qualification and completed tender documents should be packaged in separate envelopes and put in another bigger envelope (3 envelopes in all) wax-sealed and marked at the top left corner:

Pre-Qualification/Tender for 2013/2014 (Merged) Tetfund Entrepreneurship Intervention for Project/Procurement:

Lot…………and shall be returned by hand on or before 9.00 a.m. on 22nd of October, 2015 to the address provided below:

The Registrar,

Adekunle Ajasin University,

Akungba-Akoko,

Ondo State.

(1)       Pre-qualification and tender shall be opened at 10.00 a.m. on 22nd October, 2015 at the University’s Council Chamber (New Senate Building).

(I)        Important Notes

(i)        The submission of pre-qualification and tender does not in any way compel Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba-Akoko, to award the project to the company.

(ii)       The University or its agents reserve(s) the right to verify any submission or claims by Companies. Companies shall, therefore, by their response to this invitation, grant the University necessary authority and guarantee for such verification; and

(iii)       Only pre-qualification and tender documents of companies who meet the technical criteria will be considered. Companies which do not meet the above minimum qualification requirements need not respond to this invitation to pre-qualification/tender.

(iv)       Only companies adjudged to be competent at the end of the exercise shall be awarded the contracts.

The University is not liable to any Company not considered for the award,

 

Signed:

Bamidele Olotu

Registrar and Secretary to Council

 

 

Chevron Nigeria Limited

  1. C. 6135

Operator of the NNPC/Chevron Joint Venture

 

Tender Opportunity; Provision of Insulation Services

NipeX Tender No – 0300339

Introduction:

Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) invites interested and pre-qualified companies for this tender opportunity for the Provision of Insulation Service, which shall be in Company’s Escravos site for work within the Escravos, fields offshore, swamp locations, office bases in Warri, Lekki, Port Harcourt and Onne, or at other locations as required to support CNL’s Oil and Gas production activities (including Shutdowns and Turnarounds). The proposed contract term is 2 (two) years with an option of 1 (one) year extension.

Scope of Work:

The scope of work shall include, but not limited to the following:

Provision of skilled, qualified and certified personnel, supervision, services, transport, testing devices, equipment, tools, and each and every item of expense necessary for the rendering of Insulation Services (including Shutdowns and turnaround activities) which shall be performed 24hrs a day, 7 days per week, on an “as and when required” basis to support CNL’s ongoing oil and gas production activities.

The services shall cover various aspects, but limited to Insulation such as:

  • Removal of hot, cold and acoustic cladding and insulation (Flexible covers).
  • Installation of hot, cold and acoustic insulation and cladding (Flexible covers).
  • Fabrication, removal and installation of personnel protection cages used in lieu of high temperature insulation on external surfaces of piping, joints and heat transfer compounds.

Mandatory Tender Requirements:

(A)    To be eligible for this tender exercise, interested bidders are required to be pre-qualified in the 3.05.05 (Insulation Services) Category A & B in NipeX Joint Qualification System (NJQS) database. All successfully pre-qualified suppliers in this category by the bid close date will receive Invitation to Technical Tender (ITT).

(B)     Please note that interested bidders including their sub-contractor(s) shall be required to:

(i)      Meet all JQS mandatory requirements to be listed as “prequalified” and “Live” for a category in the JQS database.

(ii)     Meet all Nigerian Content requirements stated in this advert in their responses to the Invitation to Technical Tender.

(C)     To determine if your company is pre-qualified and view the product/ service category your company is listed for: Openwww.nipexng.com and access NJQS with your company log in details, click on continue Joint Qualification Scheme tool, click check my supplier status and then click supplier product group.

(D)    If your company is not listed in this product/service category, and your company is registered with the Department of Petroleum Resources (DPR) to do business for this category, please contact NipeX office at 30, Oyinkan Abayomi drive, Ikoyi Lagos with your company’s DPR certificate as evidence for verification and necessary update.

(E)     To initiate and complete the JQS prequalification process, access www.nipexng.com to download the application form, make necessary payments and contact NipeX office for further action.

Nigerian Content Requirements:

Chevron Nigeria Limited is committed to the development of the Nigerian Oil and Gas business in accordance with the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010 (NOGICD Act) enacted by the Federal Government of Nigeria in April 2010.

Pursuant to enactment of the NOGICD Act, the minimum Nigerian Content in any project, service or product specification to be executed in the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry shall be consistent with the level set in the schedule of the Act and any other target as may be directed by the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (NCDMB).

Interested bidders shall comply with the provisions of the NOGICD Act and all applicable regulations. Bidders that do not meet the Nigerian Content criterion will not be allowed to participate in next tender stage

The following are the Nigerian Content requirements bidders are expected to comply with in their technical bid submission.

(A)   Demonstrate that the entity is a Nigerian registered company, or a Nigerian registered company in genuine alliance or joint venture with foreign company with the details of the scope of the alliance or joint venture and responsibilities of the parties for service covered by this tender opportunity provided. Such companies must show evidence of a binding joint venture agreement duly signed by the CEO of both companies including evidence or plans for physical operational presence and set-up in Nigeria

(B)   Furnish details of company ownership and shareholding structure. Also submit clear photocopies of your CAC Forms C02 and C07

(C)   Provide evidence of the percentage of 1) key management positions that are held by Nigerians and 2) total work force that are Nigerians. Also, show overall percentage of work to be performed by Nigerian resources relative to total work volume.

(D)   Provide a Nigerian Content Plan with a detailed description of the role, work scope, man-hours and responsibilities of all Nigerian companies’ and personnel that will be involved in executing the work. Also provide details of Nigerian Content contact or manager.

(E)    State proposed total scope of work to be performed by Nigerian personnel (whether contracted directly or under subcontract agreements) with names and addresses including evidence of well-equipped offices and workshop etc; attach past experience of such patronage.

(F)    Specific to this tender opportunity, provide a detailed plan for staff training and development on but not limited to engineering, project management and procurement (including all software to be used, number of personnel, name of organization providing such training and evidence of past training record) for Nigerian personnel including description of any specific programs in place for transfer of technology and skills to indigenous businesses and Nigerians over the next five (5) years.

(G)   Provide evidence of domiciliation of project management and procurement centers in Nigeria with physical addresses (not P.O. Box).

(H)   Location of in-country facilities, (equipment, storage, workshops, repair and maintenance facilities and, testing facilities).

(I)     Interested bidders must be willing and able to provide evidence of maximization of made in Nigeria goods and services.

(J)   Provide details on any other Nigerian Content initiative your company is involved in.

(K)   Provide evidence of any Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Oil and Gas Trainers Association of Nigeria (OGTAN) registered trainer to conduct classroom module of training and on the job attachment

(L)   Provide human capacity building development plan including budget which must be a minimum 10% of project man-hours or cost. Training must be targeted at developing capacity other than bidder’s personnel. Trainees will be nominated from a database maintained by NCDMB and the services of OGTAN registered trainers Utilized to cover classroom modules.

(M)   Provide details of equipment ownership.

(N)   Interested bidders (Vendors, Original Equipment, Manufacturers-OEMs, and EPC Contractors) are required to present Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate (NCEC) issued by Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board (or evidence of application for the certificate) in respect of any components, spares, equipment, systems and packages to be used in the proposed project under tender

Close Date:

Only bidders who are registered with NJQS Product/Category 3.05.05 (Insulation Services) Category A & B by 4:00, on 6th October, 2015being the advert close date shall be invited to submit technical bid.

Please note the following:

(1)     Suppliers eligible for this tender opportunity are expected to be prequalified in NJQS under this product/service category.

(2)     The Invitation to Tender (ITT) and any further progression of this tender shall be via NipeX.

(3)     All costs incurred by the interested bidder in preparing and processing NJQS prequalification shall be solely for the interested bidder’s accounts.

(4)     This advertisement shall neither be construed as any form of commitment on the part of Chevron Nigeria Limited to award any contract to any company and or associated companies, sub-contractors or agents, nor shall it entitle prequalified companies to make any claims whatsoever, and/or seek any indemnity from Chevron Nigeria Limited and or any of its partners by virtue of such companies having been prequalified in NJQS.

(5)     The tendering process shall be the NNPC contracting process requiring pre-qualified companies to submit technical tenders first. Following a technical review, only technically and financially qualified bidders will be requested to submit commercial tenders.

(6)     Chevron Nigeria Limited will communicate only with authorized officers of the pre-qualifying companies and not through individuals or Agents.

Please visit NipeX portal at www.nipexng.com for this advert and other information.

 

Management

Chevron Nigeria Limited, 2 Chevron Drive, Lekki Peninsula, P.M B. 12825, Lagos.

 

 

German Cooperation Deutsche Zusammenarbeit

 Tender for Procurement of Project Vehicles

The Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH; “Pro-Poor Growth & Employment Promotion in Nigeria (SEDIN) Programme”, co-financed by the European Union and by the Federal Ministry of Economic Cooperation and Development of Germany would like to procure One (1) Toyota Hilux 2014 with specifications:

4×4, Double Cabin, Power Window, CD/FM/AM,

5-speed Manual Transmission, 3.0L, 4 Cylinder, 16 valve, Full A/C

 Accordingly, GIZ invites interested dealers to furnish GIZ Nigeria Country Office with the following:

(a)     A quotation which should take the form of a Pro Forma Invoice, stating the technical specifications and giving unit and total prices for the item(s). The total price should be broken down as follows: Net price ex stock; Cost of packing; Transport costs; VAT; Total price.

(i)      Delivery address: 4 Julius Nyerere Crescent, Asokoro, Abuja

(ii)     Date of delivery: Please indicate your shortest delivery time

(iii)    Terms of payment – Immediately after delivery

(iv)     Terms of warranty, etc

(b)     Comprehensive company profile

(c)      Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)

(d)     Evidence of being certified car dealers and/or adequate and reliable certificates including certificate of origin

(e)      Evidence of experience with previous similar jobs

For consideration, all interested bidders should submit the aforementioned documents as a hard copy in a sealed envelope to GIZ Nigeria Office reception at No. 4 Julius Nyerere Crescent, Asokoro, Abuja labelled:

“Project vehicle publication 91091910”,

Only complete quotations and documents received at the address indicated not later than 25th September, 2015 will be accepted and considered. Please note that you are bound by your offer for six weeks from deadline of submission of all offers. The successful tender will be selected through a competitive process.

Implemented by:

Giz

Deutsche Gesellschaft

For Internationale

Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH

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