Invitation to Tender at Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA)
Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA)
(Ministry of Petroleum Resources)
Plot 1012 Cadastral Zone A00, Central Business District, P.M.B 609 Garki Abuja Website: www.pppra-nigeria.org .
Invitation to Tender for the Internal Partitioning of the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) Headquarters Complex, Central Business District, Abuja
1. 0 Introduction
Reputable firms, with records of proven capability and successful execution of substantial and complex internal partitioning, are hereby Invited to submit tenders for the Partitioning of the PPPRA Headquarters Complex, Central Business District, Abuja.
2.0. Description /Scope of Work
The supply and installation of the office partitioning consist of:
- Partition Walls
- Work Stations
3.0. Preparation of Proposals
Tendering firms are to collect tender documents from the Corporate Planning Department, on payment of non-refundable fee of Fifty Thousand Naira, in Bank Draft payable to PPPRA.
3.1. Each bid shall be completed in two (2) package, Technical and Financial proposals. However, only firms with technical proposals which are adjudged successful shall have their financial proposals opened and assessed. Success in the exercise shall be based on the aggregate scores recorded in the Technical and Financial proposal.
3.2. Technical Proposal
Firms are advised to ensure that their tenders demonstrate requisite logistics, adequate resources in term of skilled manpower and plan to achieve the target set out in the scope of work.
3.3. Other requirements to be addressed in the Technical Proposal include the following:
- Evidence of registration with Corporate Affairs Commission, a copy of Memorandum and Articles of Association. (Original documents to be cited).
- Tax Clearance Certificate covering Three (3) years period
- Evidence of compliance with Pension Reform Act 2004
- Photocopy of Value Added Tax Certificate and evidence of VAT Remittance
- Evidence of compliance with the provision of the Industrial Training Fund (ITF) Amendment Act 2011.
- List of Professional Technical Staff with qualifications and experience
- Evidence of technology as well as equipment owned by the firm that will be available for project, including description and specification.
- Company’s audited Account for the past three (3) years and letters of reference from a reputable bank confirming capability to execute the project.
- Demonstration of experience by way of a comprehensive list of verifiable past projects of similar nature and complexity successfully executed in the past five years as well as those being currently carried out, including cost.
- Evidence of payment of non-refundable fee of Fifty Thousand Mains only.
The following documents shall be issued to the tendering firms as the basis for the financial proposal.
The Bill of Quantity in two volumes, giving the specifications and quantities of the various items for pricing. The drawing can be cited in the office.
3.4. Firms are advised to ensure that their tenders take into consideration, the need to achieve the highest level of workmanship/ craftsmanship and Indicate details that they visit the site prior and agree on logistics for completing the project in addition to the pricing of the schedule of work. A responsible bid must be Inclusive of the following:
i. Completion period for the supply and Installation of the items/work from the time the contract is awarded.
ii. Validity period of the proposals from the date of submission must be clearly Indicated.
iii. Two(2) sets of hard copies of back-up submissions containing detailed descriptions/specifications, as well as graphic of all furniture to be provided by them for various categories of items listed in the schedules (if they are eventually successful), as decisions will be predicated on cost, vis-a-vis quality of the materials produced.
iv. Cost of transportation to and Installation on site as well as all as all other taxes and duties.
v. Proposals should take cognizance of hierarchy of users of the space which is clearly discernible from the annotations on the drawing.
3.5. Strict adherence to specifications by the bidders is required. Whenever they are in doubt, bidding firms are advised to seek confirmation from the consultants.
4.0. Submission of Tenders
Two (2) copies of Technical proposal should be placed in a sealed envelope clearly marked “Technical Proposal”. Similarly Two (2) copies of financial proposal shall be signed, sealed and placed in a separate envelope clearly marked “Financial Proposal” and with warning “Do Not Open with the Technical Proposal”
4.1. The envelopes containing the Technical and Financial proposals shall be placed into an outer sealed envelope marked Proposal for the Internal Partitioning of PPPRA Headquarters at the top right corner and delivered on or before 26th December 2013 to the Head, Corporate Planning Department, Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA), Plot 1012 Cadastral Zone, AOO, Central Business District, Abuja, Nigeria.
5.0. Submission of Tender will close on the 27th December, 2013 and the opening will be at 1.00pm on the 30th December 2013, in the Boardroom, PPPRA Headquarters, 1012, Cadastral Zone, AOO, Centre Business District, Abuja. Bidders are required to be physically present.
6.0. This invitation for pre-qualification to enter into supply contract shall not be construed as a commitment on the part of the Petroleum Products Pricing Regulatory Agency (PPPRA) nor shall it entitle your company to make claim whatsoever and seek any indemnity from the PPPRA by virtue of such companies having responded to the invitation.
All expenses incurred in preparing for the exercise and all expenses otherwise associated with the exercise shall be borne solely by your company.