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TENDER NOTICE AND INVITATION TO TENDER
TENDER NUMBER: 2016/100Appointment of a Contractor for the Refurbishment
of Umgeni Water Durban Heights Training CentreUmgeni Water is a State-owned business enterprise that operates within the South African legislative parameters. The primary function of Umgeni Water is to supply treated water in bulk to its municipal customers.Competent and experienced contractors are invited to tender for the following:Appointment of a contractor for the refurbishment of Umgeni Water Durban Heights Training Centre.Only tenderers who fulfil the following criteria are eligible to submit tenders: Tenderers are required to achieve a stipulated minimum threshold of ninety (90) percent for locally produced electrical cables as designated by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) for Local Production and Content
Industry/sector/sub-sector Minimum threshold for local contentElectrical and telecom cables: 90%
Tenderers are required to achieve at least 35% Contract Participation Goals (CPG) including a minimum 5% Black Women Participation of the value of goods, services and works paid to one or more targeted enterprises to comply with Umgeni Waters B-BBEE policy initiative.The tenderer must have a CIDB grading of 6GB or higher.Evaluation method: The tender will firstly be evaluated on eligibility. If found to be eligible, it will be further evaluated in two stages, ie: Functionality will be assessed. A minimum functionality score of seventy (70) points is required for the tender to be considered further Price & Preference using the 90/10 Preference Point Scoring System in terms of PPPFA. The physical address for collection and submission of tender documents is Umgeni Water, 310 Burger Street, Pietermaritzburg. Documents may be collected during working hours from 09:00 to 15:00 from 25 January 2016 to 29 January 2016 and from 09:00 to 10:00 on 1 February 2016. Tender documents can only be collected during the said period and hours.A non-refundable tender fee of R500.00 payable by Electronic Fund Transfer before collection or in cash on collection of the tender document is required. Proof of EFT payment is to be provided on collection. The said transfers may be made to:Bank Name: ABSAAccount Name: Umgeni WaterAccount Number: 4082270574Reference: 2016/100 and Company NameNote: Tender documents will not be issued if incorrectly referenced Tenderer to request the bank to forward notification of payment by e-mail to Rani Padayachee at email@example.com Please contact Rani Padayachee at (033) 341-1199 or the above-mentioned e-mail address before making any EFT transfers.Queries relating to the issue of these documents should be addressed to Mr Mvelo Mbeje, tel. (033) 341-1099, fax: (033) 341-1101 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org A compulsory clarification meeting with representatives of Umgeni Water will take place at the Training Centre at Durban Heights Water Treatment Plant on 1 February 2016 starting at 11:30.Only tenderers who have purchased and collected the tender documents may attend this meeting.The closing time for receipt of tenders is 12:00 on 3 March 2016.Umgeni Waters standard conditions of tender and conditions of contract are available on Umgeni Waters website www.umgeni.co.za/sustainable_development/sud.asp For any other tender adverts, please visit this website.Umgeni Water reserves the right to award the contract in whole or in part. Persons aggrieved by decisions or actions taken by Umgeni Water, may lodge an appeal within 7 days of the date of the intention to award advertisement appearing in the relevant print media. The appeal (clearly stating reasons for appeal) and queries with regard to the decision of award are to be directed, in writing only to the Supply Chain Management Office (attention: Supply Chain Management), e-mail: email@example.com (note that appeals not addressed to the abovementioned e-mail will not be considered).