procurement adverts

Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja Kogi State
Invitation for Financial Bids for the Execution of 2016 Appropriation

The Federal Government of Nigeria has allocated Funds to the Federal Medical Centre, Lokoja, in the year 2016 Appropriation. Consequently, the Hospital wishes to invite reputable contractors with relevant proven competence and experience to submit tenders for the execution.
LOT 1: Procurement & Installation of Cardiology, ENT, Anaesthetic, O & G & Radiology Equipment etc.
LOT II: Procurement and installation of 250 kva soundproof diesel engine electricity generator set.
Prospective bidders must possess the under-listed requirements to be eligible to participate in this procurement:-
(i.) Certificate of Incorporation with Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC)
(ii.) Evidence of Company’s Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the last three (3) years (2013, 2014 & 2015)
(iii.) Evidence of Current Pension Clearance Certificate in compliance with the Amended PenCom Reform Act 2014.
(iv.) Evidence of Registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by inclusion of Interim Registration Report (1RR) issued by the BPP.
(v.) Evidence of current ITF Certificate in compliance with Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Act, 2005.
Interested and competent bidders are requested to collect bid documents from the Procurement Unit. Federal Medical Centre, No. 1 Salihu Ibrahim Way, Lokoja, upon presentation of evidence of payment of non-refundable Tender fee of Ten Thousand Naira (₦10,000.00) only.
Prospective bidders shall enclose their Technical documents in a separate envelope (marked Technical) and the Financial Bid in another envelope (marked Financial) and the two separate envelopes shall be enclosed in one sealed outer envelope clearly marked “INVITATION TO TENDER”- Lot No (indicate the Lot the bid is for). Submissions should be addressed to:
The Medical Director,
Federal Medical Centre,
No. 1 Salihu Ibrahim way,
Lokoja, Kogi State.
The completed and sealed bid documents should contain the bidder’s name on the reverse side of the envelope and be deposited in the Tender Box in the Procurement Unit between the hours 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday. You are also required to sign the Tender register at the point of submission.
Submission of bid documents closes on Thursday 29th December 2016 at 1:00 pm. Any bid received after the stated date and time shall not be considered. The submitted bids will be opened on the same day, Thursday 29 Dec. 2016, at 1:00 pm at the Board Room FMC Lokoja. Bidders/Company representatives and interested members of the public including relevant professional bodies, Civil Society and Non-Governmental Organizations are hereby invited to witness the public opening of the technical bids.

Head of Procurement
For; Medical Director

Expression of Interest (EOI); Supervision and Quality Assurance Consultancy Services;
Reference; EOI-NGR-2016-005

The Federal Government of Nigeria and UNICEF Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (FGN-UNICEF WASH) Programme is currently having significant operations in about 22 states and 90 LGAs in Nigeria.
Scope of Work:
This consultancy shall cover supervision, quality assurance and certification of assigned works contracts as awarded by any of the states of the Federation
(a) Drilling, completion and installation of hand pump boreholes (this covers the various design options based on pump types and finishing and as may be deployed)
(b) Drilling, completion and installation of motorized boreholes (this covers the various design options based on seizing, treatment and finishing and as may be deployed)
(c) Construction and completion of 2 blocks of lavatories (male and female) in public institutions (this covers the various design options based on number of compartments, accessories and finishing and as may be deployed)
Major Tasks to be accomplished:
The consulting firm shall closely work with the State partners and in coordination with UNICEF at the Field Offices to carry out the following tasks in line with the contract management guidelines.
Duration: an initial period of one year with possibility of renewal for another year upon satisfactory performance
(1) Minimum of 3 years of existence and experience in provision of supplies and services applied for with satisfactory past performance
(2) The firm should have competent and committed staff to deliver the tasks
(3) Sound financial standing
Interested companies are required to obtain copy of our Supplier Profile form by visiting our website:
The completed SPF should be submitted with the following:
(1) Letter of intent indicating the category of the services and/or products to be considered.
(2) Certificates of incorporation, registration and audited financial statements for 2013-2015.
EOIs should be sent to e-mail:, not later than 24th November, 2016.
Please quote “EOI-NGR-2016-005
This EOI does not constitute a solicitation. We do not require bids or proposals at this stage; we merely seek your expression of interest in participating in the tender. A response to this Invitation for Pre-qualification does not automatically ensure that you will be selected to participate in the tender.

WaterAid, Nigeria
Expression of Interest

WaterAid is a UK registered international charity dedicated to the provision of safe water, sanitation and hygiene to the world’s poorest people. We support local organisations to manage low cost, sustainable projects and also provide policy support to secure the right of poor people to safe water and sanitation services across the world. WaterAid has worked in Nigeria since 1996 and partners with the government and people of Nigeria to develop sustainable access to Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
Towards our programme implementation for the current year, WaterAid Nigeria hereby invites eligible companies / suppliers to submit quotations for the supply of tool boxes to our partners in Plateau, Bauchi and Benue states.
The complete list of tools to be contained in each tool box will be available at the following offices;
(1) Plateau Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (PRUWASSA)
Opposite Nigeria Defence Academy Base Camp, Anguldi, Along Vom Road
(2) Bauchi State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency
Bauchi State Agricultural Development Programme (BSADP) Premises, Opposite Dass Park, Yelwa Road
Bauchi State
(3) Benue State Rural Water Supply and Sanitation Agency (BERWASSA)
No 179 Amadu Bello Way, Old GRA, Makurdi
Benue State
It is advised that interested parties should pick up a copy of the list of tools from any of the above addresses before submitting their quotations.
Submission and Closing Date:
Quotations should be submitted in a sealed envelope and clearly marked “Tool Box Procurement”written at the top right hand side of the envelope. All documents should be submitted at the above addresses not later than 29th November, 2016. Late submission will not be accepted.
Please Note:
WaterAid reserves the right to reject any or all the submissions which do not meet the requirements as specified.
The evaluation of the received documents shall be strictly based on the ability to supply and quality of products.
Please note that only qualified companies shall be notified at the end of the exercise.

for 4 better life
Expression of Interest (EOI) for Fistula Care Plus Community Mobilization

The Fistula Care plus (FC+) Project is a five years Project funded by USAID (United States Agency for International Development) and implemented by EngenderHealth. The Project is an off shoot from the former Fistula Care Project and it works to strengthen health system capacity for maternal health, fistula prevention, detection, treatment, and reintegration with an increased mandate to address pelvic organ prolapse and promote family planning. In Nigeria, the Project is Supporting Eleven (14) States of Ebonyi, Cross River, Zamfara, Kebbi, Sokoto, Kano, Katsina, Bauchi, Jigawa, Oyo, Kwara, Kaduna, Akwa-Ibom, and Plateau
FC+ project proposes to conduct community mobilization in selected states in order to enhance community understanding and practices to prevent fistula, Improve access to treatment, reduce stigma and support reintegration of women with fistula.
FC+ plans to implement the above work through local civil society organizations (CSOs) who will serve as coordinators for proposed project activities in their states while providing mentoring to other community structures. The organization in synergy with gatekeepers and other community structures will reach out to people in the grass roots with appropriate messages on fistula prevention, stigma reduction, child spacing, availability of fistula treatment services, identify and refer clients. CBOs will serve as linkages between the communities and fistula treatment and family planning facilities.
• FC+ hereby invites interested CSOs/CBOs to apply. To qualify, organizations must have the following skills/requirements:
• Have CAC certification and fulfil all requirements to carry out community base activities in Nigeria and selected states.
• Demonstrate extensive knowledge and experience conducting community mobilization activities in Nigeria.
• Experience working in fistula programing, rehabilitation and reintegration.
• Work, and is located, in Katsina, Zamfara, Sokoto, Kebbi, Cross river state and Jigawa states.
• Provide documentation to support that organization have conducted similar activities on health promotion with donor agencies.
• Ability to deliver base on scope of work and according to specifications.
• Aware of and respect for the sensitive cultural and gender values of benefiting communities and the program.
To apply send an Expression of Interest to on or before 22ndNovember, 2016 and all EOI must be submitted no later than 5.00pm on the closing date.

Public Notice
Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) to Develop Media Products Raising Awareness and Improving Support for Education and Early Grade Reading
Issuance Date: November 15, 2016
Closing Date: November 22, 2016
The Northern Education Initiative Plus (The Initiative) implemented by Creative Associates International is a five-year project funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) supporting Bauchi and Sokoto state governments to provide education opportunities and improve reading skills for more than 2 million children.
The Initiative invites interested service providers or multi-media companies to submit their EOI for developing media products to motivate parents to support education for children.
The detailed portfolio will require the use of media such as radio, video and IVR based on evidence to best reach the various target audiences.
The EOI must comprise the following documents:
(a) EOI Submission Form
(b) Short covering letter detailing experience in developing a variety of media products to support Social Behavior Change Campaigns (e.g. radio, print, video and IVR etc) targeted at parents to increase awareness and support for education
(c) Portfolio of cross media products designed for multiple audiences etc
(d) Detailed CV and references
(e) Any official document certifying the legal registration of the entity.
The EOI form can be obtained by emailing Telephone requests will not be honored.
Suitably qualified service providers will be contacted by the Northern Education Initiative Plus and required to submit their strategy, work plan (including deliverables and indicative timing) and budget prior to contracting.
These notices do not constitute solicitations. The Initiative reserves the right to change or cancel this EOI or any EOI at any time in the process. Submitting and or responding does not automatically guarantee a firm will be considered for receipt of a solicitation when issued.
Incomplete applications will be ignored. Late submissions will not be accepted.
The Initiative will not reimburse any costs associated with preparation and or submission of their applications.

Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA), Headquarters
Plot 163, Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse II – ABUJA
Invitation for Tender
General Maintenance Repairs of Some Federal Roads Nationwide (Phase IV)

In pursuance of the extant guidelines of the Public Procurement Act 2007, the Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA) in furtherance to her statutory mandate is desirous of carrying out General Maintenance on federal roads. To this effect, suitably qualified Contractors with good track records are invited to apply for Tender for general maintenance repairs of some federal roads nationwide.
Scope of Works
(i.) The Scope of works for Package II & III (Invitation to Tender) includes, but not limited to:
Site clearance, desilting of existing drains and culverts, construction of new drains and culverts, scarification of failed sections, earth works on completely failed areas, general bridge maintenance, protective works, kerbs, laterite/cement stabilized sub base, crushed stone base course, asphaltic concrete binder and wearing courses, surface dressing, side drains, road markings and other road furniture.
(ii.) The scope of works for package IV & V includes but is not limited to:
Rehabilitation and general maintenance repairs of Power Supply equipment such as Transformers and Feeder Pillars, Processing and payment of Discos energy bills for 12 months, Supply/Installations, operation/servicing of power generating set and servicing of mini Asphalt plant, Provision of security services for the entire installations for 12 months and other related items.
Package II & III (Road Maintenance and Repairs)
Package IV (Electrical)
Package V (Mechanical)
1 Rehabilitation of Kwaya Kusur Town – Marabam Midla, Borno State Borno GM/16-189
2 Resurfacing of Ozoro – Owhelogbo-Abi Road, Isoko North/South Federal Constituency Asaba-Benin Road Edo GM/16-190
3 Rehabilitation of Karaye – Turawa Road Kano GM/16-191
4 Maintenance of Karaye-Turawa Road Kano GM/16-192
5 Rehabilitation of Road in Garko Kumurya-Rano Kano GM/16-193
6 Rehabilitaion of Road in K/Sumaili-Dal –Round Burum Burum-Saya Saya- Kibiya Kano GM/16-194
7 Rehabilitation of Bridges at Balare Kano GM/16-195
8 Rehabilitation of Layin Danrimi Dogo Beni and Layin Danrimi to Zango Junction Kano GM/16-196
9 Rehabilitation of Yan – Tsaki Chicks and Gidan – Akida Roads, Kano State Kano GM/16-197
10 Rehabilitation of Kano – Nata’al Road, T/Wada LGA, Kano State Kano GM/16-198
11 Construction of Asphalt overlay Doka- Kwami Yanoko Road Kano GM/16-199
12 Rehabilitation of Roads in Shao Junction- Oloru LGA Kwara GM/16-200
13 Rehabilitation of Roads in Oja-Oba-Geri Alimi LGA Round About in Kwara State Kwara GM/16-201
14 Maintenace of Gusau – Kauran Namoda Road Zamfara GM/16-202
15 Rehabilitation and Maintenance of Roads Across Federal Constituencies in South West Zone South West Zone GM/16-203
16 Rehabilitation and Repairs of Federal Roads Across Federal Constituencies, North Central Zone North Central Zone GM/16-204
1 Rehabilitation of failed portions of Umuahia Bende – Ohafia Road Abia GM/16-205
2 Construction/Rehabilitation of Azuka –Akpu Road and Azuka – Extension to Emelogu Road, Aba North LGA and Ibadan Street Ngwa Road, Aba South LGA, Abia State Abia GM/16-206
3 Repaurs/ Rehabilitation of Umuahia/Ikwuano/Ikot Ekpene/Federal Road Abia GM/16-207
4 Rehabilitation of Roads in Bende Accessing Expressway, Abia State Abia GM/16-208
5 Rehabilitation of Road in Otuocha-Umueze Anam- Oroma-Ekiti- Nzam- Ibiji- Abuja Road Anambra GM/16-209
6 Orama Ekiti Anam- Umuikwu on Otuocha Kogi – Anam- Abaji Road Anambra GM/16-210
7 Eziolioli – Offianta – Ime Nsugbe Interchnage on Otucha – Osha Expressway Anambra GM/16-211
8 Rehabilitation of Roads in Ebe Village, Okpor in Nnewi South LGA, Anambra State Anambra GM/16-212
9 Rehabilitation of Akilii Ogidi, Iyiowa Layout in Ogbaru LGA, Anambra State Anambra GM/16-213
10 Rehabilitation of Onitsha/Atani/ Ogbokwu Road in Ogbaru Federal Consituency, Anambra State Anambra GM/16-214
11 Ihiala Federal Constituency Anambra GM/16-215
12 Rehabilitation of Okija – Ihiala-Uli- Egbe Road in Ihiala Federal Constituency, Anambra State Anambra GM/16-216
13 Repairs of Roads in Awka North in Anambra State Anambra GM/16-217
14 Repairs of Roads in Aguata, Anambra State Anambra GM/16-218
15 Repairs or Roads that criss-crossed Onitsha Metropolitan in Anambra State Anambra GM/16-219
16 Repairs of Roads in Orumba North Anambra GM/16-220
17 Oye Ukpo to Orafia – Oranto Enugu – Onitsha Expressway Anambra GM/16-221
18 Special Repairs of Ikot Uko – Odoro Road Network, Akwa Ibom State Akwa Ibom GM/16-222
19 General Maintenance of Sanubi – Igono – Ovara –Orogun Road Delta GM/16-223
20 Cleaning of Road Shoulders – Oleh – Uzere Federal Road, Delta State Delta GM/16-224
21 Maintenance of Ebu-Ahia Road, Delta State Delta GM/16-225
22 Construction/ Rehabilitation of Kwale – Obiaruku Road, Delta State Delta GM/16-226
23 Construction of Ibusa – Okpanam Road (with bridge over Atakpo River) in Oshimili North LGA, Delta State Delta GM/16-227
24 Reconstruction of Okposi – Isu Portion of Nara –Isu-Okposu Federal Highway (F113) Ebonyi State Ebonyi GM/16-228
25 Rehabilitation of Roads in Sokponba- 2ndEast Circular Road Edo GM/16-229
26 Rehabilitation and Resurfacing of Igarra Township Road, Edo State Edo GM/16-230
27 Rehabilitation of Road in Construction of Iviukwe Ekwotsor Road Edo GM/16-231
28 Rehabilitation of Road in Construction of Agenebode- Ivieke Road in Edo State Edo GM/16-232
29 Rehabilitation of Anchorage Road Otudo Off Benin Sagama Road, Edo State Edo GM/16-233
30 Repairs of Roads in Oredo, Edo State Edo GM/16-234
31 Emergency Repairs and Rehabilitation of Roads Across Benin Metropolis Edo GM/16-235
32 Rehabilitation of Irrua, from Opoji Junction Ebhakhala- Idumebo – Iruekpen Road Epkoma Edo GM/16-236
33 Maintenance of Roads in Elema Oredo in Edo State Edo GM/16-237
34 Rehabilitation of Ahko-Ap and Agwa Edo GM/16-238
35 Rehabilitation of Roads in Otupka – Nsukka Enugu GM/16-239
36 Old Enugu Port Harcourt Road Spur to Egene Ugbo – Mmaku Enugu GM/16-240
37 Rehabilitation and Drainage at Obu, Duo, Ko and Iheaka Sections along Nsukka – Obollo Afor- Kem Road Enugu GM/16-241
38 Repairs of Agwu – Maku- Achi Road in Enugu State Enugu GM/16-242
39 Completion of three cell box Culvert/Asphalt of Ayo Station Road Spur Enugu Port Harcourt Express Road (Ongoing) Enugu GM/16-243
40 Rehabilitation/Maintenance of Akpasha Obuofia and Agbani-Amuri Roads in Nkanu East/West Federal Constituency, Enugu State Enugu GM/16-244
41 Repairs of Roads in Igbo Etiti Uwani Enugu State Enugu GM/16-245
42 Repair of Roads in Igbo Eze North Enugu Enugu GM/16-246
43 Umana Ndiunp Road Spur to Enugu – Onitsha Expressway Enugu GM/16-247
44 Repairs of Rods in Orw Nkwe Urban Areas Enugu GM/16-248
45 Rehabilitation and Mantenance of Ikole Township Road Along Ifaki- Ikole- Umuo Ekiti Road Ekiti GM/16-249
46 Rehabilitation of Ilupeju Ikole – Omuo Road, Ekiti State Ekiti GM/16-250
47 Maintenance and Rehabilitation of Access Road to the Federal College of Land Resoures Technology, Avu on the Owerri Port Harcourt Expressway Imo GM/16-251
48 Rehabilitation of Umuga/Umukabia Road in Ngor Okpala LGA, Imo State Imo GM/16-252
49 Nkwo Orji Roundabout to Toronto Jxntom Heavily Traficated Owerri-Okigwe Road Imo GM/16-253
50 Rehabilitation of Umulogho – Umuoke Obowo along Owerri Okigwe Road Imo GM/16-254
51 Ahara Junction Roundabout to Abo-Mbaise Chokoneze Okpala Road to the Heavily Trafficated- Owerri- Umuahia Road Imo GM/16-255
52 Repairs of Ndiekure- Ogene- Ndianiche – Oree Road, Okigwe in Imo State Imo GM/16-256
53 Olaukwu- Egbejie Road, along Owerri- Port Harcourt Road, Imo State Imo GM/16-257
54 Consruction of Township 2km Road and Drainage in Urualla, Obodoukwu, Ideato North LGA, Imo State Imo GM/16-258
55 Erosion and Flood Control of 1.5kn Road at Okwaraibekwe – Okorobi Umuju Communities in Ideato South LGA, Imo State Imo GM/16-259
56 Repairs and Rehabilitation of Roads in Ehime Mbano Imo GM/16-260
57 Rehabilitation of Umuokanne Ohaji Egbeme on Owerri-PH Section 2 Expressway Imo GM/16-261
58 Atta- Umudiim Ikeduru Road Imo GM/16-262
59 Rehabilitation of Roads in Gimi-Keffi, Plataeu State Kaduna GM/16-263
60 Rehabilitation of Road in Donga- Mararaba Baissa Road Kano GM/16-264
61 Rehabilitation of Layin Danrimi Dogo Beni and Layin Danrimi to Zango Junction Kano GM/16-265
62 Rehabilitation of Yan- Tsaki Chicks and Gidan Akida Roads, Kano State Kano GM/16-266
63 Completion of Sarina Road Projects in Garku, Kano State Kano GM/16-267
64 Repairs of Koko-Bagndo- Deplorable Road Kebbi GM/16-268
65 Rehabilitation, Reconstruction and Repairs of Gbedde – Ofere Kiri Axis (Kogi State) of the Ayetoro Gbedde – Egan Federal Road Kogi GM/16-269
66 Rehabilitation of Egbe – Patigi Road 76km Kogi GM/16-270
67 Maintenance of twelve (12) Roads in Ajaokuta Federal Constituency Kogi GM/16-271
68 Rehabilitation of Agbeku – Edidi Road Kwara GM/16-272
69 Rehabilitation and repairs of Ibadan Road by Oshodi/Apapa Expressway Lagos GM/16-273
70 Grading of Shayi, Jikpa, Essa, Chanchaga Roads, Bosso/Paikoro Federal Constituency, Niger State Niger GM/16-274
71 Rehabilitation of Tayi Village Road, Niger State Niger GM/16-275
72 Construction of concrete lined drain and reinstatement of eroded shoulder at Wasimi Area, Abeokuta – Sango/Otta Dual Carriageway in Ogun State Ogun GM/16-276
73 Owode-Ilaro Road, Ogun State Ogun GM/16-277
74 Maintenance of Osun and Ekiti Interstate Roads Ilesa, Ilo – Ayegunle, Ijebu – Jesa, Ita – Ewure, Road Osun GM/16-278
75 Ipetu, Ijesa, Ikeja, Ile – Ogotun Road Osun GM/16-279
76 Idomnunasi, Ibokun, Imesi- Ile, Esa- Oke-Imesi Road Osun GM/16-280
77 Rehabilitation and Repairs of Oluwomi, Oke – Oja, Idi-Ire Road, Ilobu Osun GM/16-281
78 Maintenance of Osun and Ondo Interstate Road Ipetu, Ijesa, Ile – Oluji Road Osun/Ondo GM/16-282
79 Owode Irepo Market Economic Road – Post Offoce Federal Major on Oyo Express and Interchange Oyo GM/16-283
80 Rehabilitation of 40km Road from Igbo – Ora to Igangan in Ibarapa Central/Ibarapa North Federal Constituency, Oyo State Oyo GM/16-284
81 Lere Tafawa Bauchi- Gindiri Plateau- Mangu, Plateau Plateau GM/16-285
82 Provision of Access Road Toward Vom Veterinary to Chakarum on a Federal Road, Plateau State Plateau GM/16-286
83 Rehabilitation of Shendam – Lafia Road Plateau GM/16-287
84 Rehabilitation of Shendam – Yelwa Road Plateau GM/16-288
85 Sha-Manguna Road 9 Grading Plateau GM/16-289
86 Da Choji Balak Road (VOM) in SOS South Plateau State Plateai GM/16-290
87 Rehabilitation of Port Harcourt Refinery – Okrika Road Rivers GM/16-291
88 Sanyinna – Dogon- Daji Road, Tambuwal, Sokoto Sokoto GM/16-292
89 Zing Jalingo Mayo Belwa Road and Numan Jalingo Road in Taraba State Taraba GM/16-293
90 Rufu-Kpakya (Ussa, Taraba State) Taraba GM/16-294
91 Jenuwa Kogi-Pkanbo Puri (Grading) Takum Taraba GM/16-295
92 Mohammed Idris Way, Potiskum along Maidiguri Road, Yobe Yobe GM/16-296
93 Ibrahim Alkali Road – Potiskum along Bauchi Road, Yobe Yobe GM/16-297
EE1 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional street lighting installations in Yola-Gombe Road Yola End, Adamawa State Adamawa ES/ELECT/16-08
EE2 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Gombe Bauchi Road, Gombe End, Gombe state Gombe ES/ELECT/16-09
EE3 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Jimeta Bridge, Yola end, Adamawa State Adamawa ES/ELECT/16-10
EE4 Repair/Rehabilitation of Solar Powered Street Lighting Installations on Gomber-Biu Road, Dadinkowa End, Gombe State Gombe ES/ELECT/16-11
EE5 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on fly-over bridge, Sango-Otta, Ogun State Ogun ES/ELECT/16-12
EE6 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Ibadan End, Oyo State Oyo ES/ELECT/16-13
EE7 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Ibadan-Ife Road, Ibadan End, Oyo State Oyo ES/ELECT/16-14
EE8 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Kaduna- Abuja Dual Carriage Way Gonin Gora End, Kaduna State Kaduna ES/ELECT/16-15
EE9 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Jibiya, Magama Road, Katsina State Border, Magama End Katsina ES/ELECT/16-16
EE10 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Argungu Road, Argungu End, Kebbi State Kebbi ES/ELECT/16-17
EE11 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Tombia Bridge, Tombia Bayelsa State Bayelsa ES/ELECT/16-18
EE12 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Asaba – Benin Expressway RHS, Agbor End, Delta State Delta ES/ELECT/16-19
EE13 Repair/Rehabilitation of Solar powered Street lighting installations on Asaba – Benin Expressway LHS, Agbor End, Delta State Delta ES/ELECT/16-20
EE14 Repair/Rehabilitation of Solar powered Street lighting installations on Murtala Muhammed Bridge, Kotonkarfe, Kogi State Kogi ES/ELECT/16-21
EE15 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Niger Bridge, Ajaokuta, Kogi State Kogi ES/ELECT/16-22
EE16 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Idah – Odolu Road, Idah – Ejule Road and Keffi Interchange (Sections I-III) Kogi ES/ELECT/16-23
EE17 Repair/Rehabilitation of Solar powered Street lighting installations on Wukari- Jalingo Road, Wukari Junction, Taraba State Taraba ES/ELECT/16-24
EE18 Repair/Rehabilitation of conventional Street lighting installations on Niger Bridge, Onitsha Anambra ES/ELECT/16-25
ME2 Servicing and Repair of 40No. 4-9THU-Mix mini asphalt plants 36 States ES/MECH/16-02
(i.) Colour copy of evidence of registration with CAC as a Limited/Public Liability Contractor.
(ii.) Colour copy of Tax Clearance certificate for the last 3 years which expires on 31st December 2016
(iii.) Colour copy of PENCOM remittance certificate for the last 3 years which expires on 31st December 2016
(iv.) Colour copy of ITF (Industrial Training Fund) compliance certificate which expires on 31st December 2016.
(v.) Colour copy of NSITF Compensation Act Compliance Certificate which date expires 31st December 2016.
(vi.) Evidence of registration on the National Database of Contractors, Consultants and Service Providers by inclusion of Interim Registration Report (IRR) as a Civil/ Highway Engineering Contractor
(vii.) A sworn affidavit dated not earlier than November 14, 2016 indicating that all documents submitted are genuine and verifiable.
(viii.) A sworn affidavit dated not earlier than November 14, 2016 that none of the directors nor has the Company itself been convicted of any criminal offence in any country including financial impropriety.
(ix.) A sworn affidavit dated not earlier than November 14, 2016 that the bidder is not in receivership, the subject of any form of winding up petition or proceeding
(x.) Equipment and technology capacity
(xi.) Verifiable list of previous similar works successfully carried out within the last three years with names of client, evidence of award and job completion.
(xii.) Company profile including among others, organizational structure and key professional Staff with their names, and telephone numbers, at least one of which must be a COREN registered Engineer with 2016 Practicing License.
(xiii.) Audited annual financial report of the company for the last three years (2013 -2015)
(xiv.) Evidence of financial strength, credit worthiness to the tune of not less than ₦15m/bank reference in addition to evidence of a turnover of at least ₦50m in the last three years (2013 – 2015).
(xv.) The offer must be properly signed.
(xvi.) All schedules provided in bid documents must be completed.
(xvii.) All bids must be submitted in English language.
(xviii.) Documentary evidence that the bidder accepts the General and Special Conditions of Contract as indicated in all the forms provided in the bid document.
Interested Bidders are to make payment of a non-refundable sum of Twenty Five Thousand Naira (₦25,000.0o) only per lot to Federal Roads Maintenance Agency through Remita after which a receipt is to be raised at the Revenue Office, Accounts Department, Ground Floor of the FERMA Headquarters upon presentation of evidence of payment from any of the CBN licensed Commercial Banks.
Bidders are then to collect Bidding documents after showing original and Photostat copies of payment receipt between the hours of 10.00am and 3.00pm, Mondays to Fridays from 12noon of Monday 14, November, 2016 from:
The Assistant General Manager (Procurement),
Federal Roads Maintenance Agency (FERMA),
Headquarters Annex Abuja;
No. 7 Eldoret Close, Off Aminu Kano Crescent,
Wuse II-Abuja.
Ground Floor, Room GF 003
Interested firms are to submit their bids per Lot in one envelope, sealed and clearly marked on the top left hand corner “CONFIDENTIAL” and top right hand corner “TENDER FOR… (indicate Lot No./Project Description/Contract No.)…” clearly marked “Original” at the bottom right hand corner and addressed to:
And hand delivered not later than l2 noon of Wednesday, December 28th, 2016 to the office of the Assistant General Manager (Procurement), FERMA Headquarters Annex Abuja, No. 7 Eldoret Close, Off Aminu Kano Crescent, Wuse II-Abuja, Ground Floor, Room GF 003 (include 1 copy clearly marked “Copy” at the bottom right hand corner).
All Bids will be publicly opened immediately after the close of bid submission at the Rockview Royale Hotel, Adetokunbo Ademola Crescent, Wuse II, Abuja.
The Representatives of Companies that submitted bids, Representatives of Professional Bodies and the Civil Societies are invited to witness the opening.
Please note that:
(i.) All jobs for PACKAGE II ONLY will attract a Bid Security of 2% with a validity period of 90 days at the tender stage
(ii.) The Construction works may not attract advance payment.
(iii.) Construction works attract a minimum guarantee period of six (6) months for roadworks.
(iv.) Contractors who have worked for the Agency and have history of abandonment, termination and/or lack capacity need not apply.
(v.) Only correctly addressed bids will be received.
(vi.) The Agency will not enter into unnecessary correspondence with any Contractor except when deemed fit and in the interest of the bid.
(vii.) All costs incurred by any Company in respect of this advertisement are at her own expense and the Agency shall not entertain any claim whatsoever in this regard.
(viii.) The Agency reserves the right to verify any claim made by any of the Bidders.
(ix.) The Agency reserves the right to suspend or cancel the bidding process at any stage if and when the need arises.
(x.) Late submissions will be rejected.
Non-Adherence to any of the Instructions Above Attracts Automatic Disqualification.


Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN)
Invitation to Tender for Supply of Some Transmission Equipment, Materials and Works

The Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN) is desirous of executing some rehabilitation projects and to procure various major transmission equipment and Works under its 2016 fiscal year appropriation.
Accordingly, TCN invites qualified, and reputable Companies to tender for the procurement of the under listed Goods and Works and services.
Lot 1: 60 Tons Hydraulic Truck Crane (50Mtrs)
Lot 2: 2.5Ton, 5Ton and 10Ton Fork Lift
Lot 3: 10Ton Hiab Lorries
Lot 4:A 30Ton Trailer
Lot 4B 2.5 tons Motorised Pallet jack
Lot 5: 20Metre Long Aerial Electric operation Bucket truck
Lot 6A: Self-loading utility Vehicles (12 Tons heavy-duty trucks fitted with 5.0Ton Crane.
Lot 6B Fire Truck
Lot 7: Land Rovers.
Lot 8: Hilux Van 4×4, Toyota Accredited Dealers only.
Lot 9: Hilux Van 2×4 Toyota Accredited Dealers only.
Lot 10: 100MVA 132/33KV power Transformer
Lot 11: 60MVA 132/33kV Power Transformers.
Lot 12: 75MVAR 330KV Shunt Reactor
Lot 13: Transformer Oil Filtration Machines
Lot 14A: 330KV Isolators
Lot 14B: 132KV Isolators
Lot 14C: 33KV 3 Phase 1250A Isolator
Lot 14D 33KV 3Phase 2000A Isolator
Lot 15A: 330KV Circuit Breakers
Lot 15B: 132KV Circuit Breakers
Lot 15C 33KV (2000A) SF6 Gas Circuit Breaker
Lot 15D 33KV (1250A) SF6 Gas Circuit Breaker
Lot 16 330KV Capacitor Voltage Transformers
Lot 17 33KV Instrument transformers
Lot 18A Line Distance Protection Relays
Lot 18B Transformer main and back-up Protection relays
Lot 19 Under- frequency relays
Lot 20 Accessories for Kelman Dissolved Gas Analyzer Kit. Type Transport X
Lot 21 Power system protection Relay Coordination and analysis software
Lot 22 Control Panel Indication Meters
Lot 23A Protection Engineers Precision Toolbox
Lot 23B Mechanical Tools Box
Lot 24A Aero-Shell Hydraulic Oil
Lot 24B SF6 Gas (40kg Cylinder)
Lot 25 Surge Arrester Tester.
Lot 26 110VDC battery Chargers
Lot 27A 110VDC 200AH Battery Bank
Lot 27B 110VDC 400AH battery bank
Lot 28A Composite Insulators for 330/132KV
Lot 28B 120KN 132KV Glass Insulators
Lot 29A Supply of 310KM of 150mm2 ACSR-Wolf conductors
Lot 29B Supply of All Aluminium Alloy Conductor (AAAC)
Lot 30A Temporary grounding leads
Lot 30B Leather Safety belt
Lot 30C Live line Working Tools and spare materials
Lot 31 Hypotronic Tester
Lot 32 Dielectric oil Tester
Lot 33 5KV & 10KV insulation resistance tester.
Lot 34 Surge Arresters
Lot 35 300mm2x1 core 33KV Armoured Cable
Lot 36 Repair and calibration of Omicron Relay and Transformer testing Equipment.
Lot 37 Transformer Oil Regeneration Services of 1x60MVA and 2x30MVA Power transformers at Maryland and Alimosho Transmission Substations
Lot 38 Transformer Oil Regeneration Services of 1X90MVA 330/132/33kV Power transformers at Birnin Kebbi Transmission Substation.
Lot 39 Overhauling of 60MVA132/33KV T22 (ELTA Made) Power Transformer at Effurun Transmission Substations
Lot 40 Re-conductoring Works of Delta-Effurun 132KV Transmission Line.
Lot 41 Design, Dualization and rehabilitation of Eleyele-Ibadan North 132KV transmission Line
Lot 42 Replacement of Missing Skywires under Bauchi Region
Lot 43 Transformer Oil Regeneration Services of 2X150MVA330/132/33KV Power Transformer at Alaoji Transmission substation
Lot 44 Transformer Oil Regeneration Services of 2x150MVA 330/132/33KV Power Transformer at Egbin Transmission substation
Lot 45 Transformer Oil Regeneration Services of 2x150MVA 330/132/33KV Power Transformer at New Haven Transmission substation
Lot 46 Replacement of Missing Skywires under Kaduna Region
Lot 47 Replacement of Missing Skywires under Lagos Region
Lot 48 Replacement of Missing Skywires under Oshogbo Region.
Lot 49 Replacement of Missing Skywires under Shiroro Region
Lot 50 Replacement of Missing Skywires under Port Harcourt Region.
Lot 51 Rehabilitation of Corroded Towers (Bauchi, Kaduna and Shiroro Region)
Interested companies are to provide the following:
(1) Certificate of Incorporation/Evidence of Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) in Nigeria with forms C02 and C07).
(2) Current Tax Clearance Certificate for the past three years (2013, 2014 and 2015).
(3) Three years Audited Financial account (2013, 2014 and 2015) duly stamped by a registered Auditor
(4) Evidence of compliance with the provision of Pencom Act 2004
(5) Evidence of compliance with the provision of ITF
(6) Evidence of Compliance with Nigeria Social Insurance Trust fund (NSITF)
(7) Evidence of Company Registration with BPP database
(8) Evidence of Experience with contract awards in at least two (2) Jobs of similar natures for all the Lots in the last five years.
(9) Evidence of Partnership with a reputable manufacturer/Evidence of Manufacturer representative for a reasonable period of time -for Goods
(10) Evidence of quality of equipment including product brochure(s)- for Goods
(11) Evidence of Banking support/Financial capability.
(12) Company profile and technical qualification showing curriculum vitae of key personnel on similar jobs
(13) Evidence of Works Equipment holdings or access to lease of relevant equipment, machineries etc. (Works only).
(14) A sworn affidavit confirming that all information presented and attached are true and correct of the company.
Interested Applicants are requested to indicate their interest by requesting for the “TENDER DOCUMENT” for categories A&B above from the office of:
General Manager (Procurement) TSP,
PHCN Corporate Headquarters,
Plot 441 Zambezi Crescent, Maitama, Abuja, Nigeria.
Applicants shall pay a non-refundable Tender Fees of N30,000.00 Per LOT.
All payment shall be through CBN Remittal platform payable to the Transmission Company of Nigeria-TSP before collection of the Tender Document(s).
All documents shall be submitted in one original, one copy and a soft copy.
(1) CATEGORIES A&B: Completed Technical and Financial bid
documents for Categories A&B shall be submitted in separate envelopes, sealed and clearly marked “Technical Bid” and “Financial Bid”, respectively, for each LOT of your choice. The Technical Proposals must bear the relevant quotation Prerequisites and Technical details (to be issued with the Tender Document).
Tenders shall be submitted to:
The General Manager (Procurement) TSP,
Room 122/129, PHCN Corporate Headquarters, Plot 441
Zambezi Crescent, Maitama, Abuja.
Separate document in separate envelopes shall be submitted for each LOT of your interest. The name and mailing address of the Applicant Company must be clearly marked on the envelope(s).
The schedule for the closing and opening of the TECHNICAL proposals are as follows:
Category A: 9th January, 2017 by 12Noon and Opening of Tender immediately after.
Category B: 11th January 2017 by 12Noon and opening of Tender immediately after.
All openings will take place at the TCN CHQ Auditorium 2nd floor.
(1) Failure to provide information/supporting document that is essential for the evaluation of the applicant’s qualifications, or to provide timely clarification or substantiation of the information supplied, may result in disqualification of the Applicant.
(2) TCN reserves the right to verify any claim by Applicants. Applicants should, therefore, include in their submissions necessary authority and guarantee for such verification.
(3) Contractors with litigation history will not be considered.
(4) Manufacturer or Representative whose equipment in TCN System are known to have high failure rate will not be Considered.
(5) This advertisement shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of TCN to award contract to any contractor and the lowest bidder may not necessarily be the winner for award.
(6) No Contractor shall be awarded contract more than two (2) Lots in each category.
For further information and/or clarification, please contact the following E-mails:
Transmission Company of Nigeria (TCN)

Invitation for Bids (IFB)
Federal Republic of Nigeria
Cross River State Government
Cross River State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management
Credit No: IDA 51050 NG
Issued on: November 15, 2016

Procurement of a Contractor for the Construction of Remediation Works at Ikot Nkebre and Lemna/Agric Gully Erosion Site, Calabar, Cross River State
(1) The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received financing from the World Bank toward the cost of the Cross River State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (CRS-NEWMAP), and intends to apply part of the proceeds toward payments under the contract for the Construction of Remediation Works at Ikot Nkebre and Lemna/Agric Gully Erosion Site, Calabar, Cross River State.
(2) The Cross River State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (CRS-NEWMAP) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Construction of Remediation Works at Ikot Nkebre and Lemna/Agric Gully Erosion Site, Calabar, Cross River State (“the Works”).
Lot 1: Construction of Remediation Works at Ikot Nkebre Gully Erosion Site, Calabar, Cross River State (CRS/NEWMAP/WKS/NCB/16/01/Lot 1) Ikot Nkebre is located about 8km north of Calabar Airport with the center of its gully lying at coordinates 559,698 north, 429,328 east approximately. The gully consists of five (5) fingers of which two (2) are about 80m to 130m in length and the other two (2) are about half a kilometer in length. The main gully is approximately 1.2km that terminates into a stable wetland. Most of the gully heads, if not all were caused by concentrated storm runoff brought ostensibly by human development due to improper provision of drainage structures, especially at the outfall of these drains.
Lot 2: Construction of Remediation Works at Lemna/ Agric Gully Erosion Site, Calabar, Cross River State (CRS/NEWMAPAVKS/NCB/l6701/Lot 2) Lemna/Agric site is locatedabout 7km north of Calabar Airport. The gully lies at approximately coordinates 5o 02′ 15.60″ N, 8o 21′ 27.70″ E. Its length runs at about 1.3km cutting through a golf course along the way and terminating into stable wetlands. Concentrated storm runoff is the probable cause of the gully development as well as human activities by improper provision of drainage structures especially in the outfall.
(3) The construction works is for a period of Sixteen (16) calendar months and shall include but not limited to the following:
(a) Gully Head Stabilization which is to convey storm runoff safely downstream into the gully bed without causing excessive erosion.
(b) Gully Bed Stabilization which will minimize the flow velocity and reduce the erosive force of the flowing water, and trap sediments which will partially fill the gully bed.
(c) Gully bank stabilization and watershed management.
Lot Contract Identity Name of Works Delivery/ Construction Period Amount of Bid Security
Construction of Remediation Works at Ikot Nkebre Gully Erosion Site, Calabar, Cross River State 16 months Naira 51 Million (Bank Draft or Bank Guarantee)
2 CRS/NEWMAP/WKS/NCB/16/01/LOT 2 Construction of Remediation Works at Lemna/Agric Gully Erosion Site, Calabar, Cross River State 16 months Naira 13 Million (Bank Draft or Bank Guarantee)

Bidders can bid for one lot or all the lots.
(4) Qualification Criteria:
To be eligible for the construction works, bidders must meet the following criteria:
(a) Possession of experience as a Prime Contractor for at least the last ten (10) years prior to the application submission deadline, and with work cited should be at least 70% complete.
(b) Minimum average annual turnover in construction works of at least
Lot 1: Naira 3.06 Billion
Lot 2: Naira 785 Million
in the last five years in works that have been successfully and substantially completed and that are similar to the proposed works under this Contract;
(c) Own a substantial proportion of the construction equipment required to successfully execute the Contracts;
(d) Provide Annual audited account for the last 5 years to demonstrate the current soundness of the applicant’s financial position and its prospective long term profitability, and have Liquidity and/or evidence of access to or availability of confirmed positive credit facilities of not less than:
Lot 1: Naira 382.5 Million
Lot 2: Naira 98 Million
(e) Have no history of court/arbitral award decisions at least for the past five (5) years.
(f) Have practical knowledge of Bioremediation techniques of flexible structures and must be familiar with the State ecosystem, hydrology, terrain and ecological challenges.
(5) Bidding will be conducted through the National Competitive Bidding procedures as specified in the World Bank’s Guidelines: Procurement of Goods. Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers revised January 2011, revised July 1, 2014 (“Procurement Guidelines”), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 setting forth the World Bank’s policy on conflict of interest.
Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Cross River State Project Management Unit, Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project, and inspect the bidding document during office hours of 9:00am to 4:00pm at the address given below.
(6) A complete set of bidding document in English Language may be purchased by interested eligible bidders upon the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Forty Thousand Naira (N40,000.00) only. Additional Lot will be sold for Twenty Thousand Naira (N20,000.00). The method of payment will be by certified Bank cheque in favour of Cross River State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project.
(7) Bids must be delivered to the address below on or before 12:00 noon local time onTuesday, December 13, 2016. Electronic submission of Bids will not be permitted.
Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders’ designated representatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below:
(8) A Pre-bid meeting would be held at the address below on November 29, 2016 which is two weeks before the Bid Opening date by 12:00 noon to allow potential bidders seek clarifications on the bidding document.
(9) The address referred to above is:

State Project Coordinator,
State Project Management Unit (SPMU),
Cross River State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (CRS-NEWMAP),
Plot 208, Bible Way, State Housing Estate,
Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria
Telephone: +234 (0) 806 805 5521


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