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Featured Tender: Periodic Maintenance (Reseal) On National Route 12 Section 6 Between Vosburg (Km 56,6) And Kiewietskuil (Km 80,0)

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Contract Number: NRAN.012-060-2017/1 – SANRAL

Description: Invitation to Tender: Periodic Maintenance (Reseal) On National Route 12 Section 6 Between Vosburg (Km 56,6) And Kiewietskuil (Km 80,0). he South African National Roads Agency SOC Limited (SANRAL) invites tenders for the Periodic Maintenance (Reseal) on National Route 12 Section 6 between Vosburg (km 56,6) and Kiewietskuil (km 80,0). This project is in the province of Northern Cape and in the district municipality of Pixley ka Seme. The approximate duration is 7 months

Industry Sector: Road

Industry: Infrastructure

Region: Northern Cape

Site Inspection: Clarification meeting is compulsory. Late arrivals will not be allowed to participate in the meeting and their submissions shall be declared non-responsive. 26 May 2017, 10:00. Britstown Town Hall. A compulsory tender clarification meeting with representatives of SANRAL will take place at the Britstown Town Hall in 27 Kerk Straat in Britstown on 26 May 2017 starting at 10:00. Late arrivals will not be allowed to participate in the meeting and their submissions shall be declared non-responsive.

Closing Date: 15 June 2017 at 14:00

Restrictions: Only tenders with a B-BBEE contributor status level of 1, 2, 3 or 4, are eligible to tender. Only tenderers who have access to a suitably qualified and experienced contracts manager who will be the single point accountability and responsibility for the management of the construction works, and who is registered with SACPCMP as PrCM or with ECSA as PrEng or PrTechEng are eligible to tender. Tenderers should have a CIDB contractor grading designation of 7CE or higher, however tenderers attention is drawn to clause 4.1.1 of the Tender Data when submitting their tender. Tenders from tenderers with a CIDB contractor grading designation of 6 CEPE or lower will not be accepted. The primary criterion in selection, apart from the qualification and experience of the contracts manager (Contractor’s Representative), CIDB grading and costs, will be the degree to which the tenderer can demonstrate appropriate knowledge and expertise. Only locally produced or locally manufactured products and components for construction with a stipulated minimum threshold for local content and production as stated in the Tender Data will be considered. Where the tendered value is less than R48 Million, it is a requirement of this project that the successful tenderer subcontract a minimum of thirty percent (30%) of the work if the tenderer is a QSE, otherwise the successful tenderer shall subcontract a minimum of fifty percent (50%) of the work to Targeted Enterprise(s) as defined in the Contract Data. Where the tendered value is more than R48 Million, it is a requirement of this project that the successful tenderer subcontract a minimum of thirty percent (30%) of the work if the tenderer has a CIDB 8CE contractor designation, otherwise the successful tenderer shall subcontract a minimum of fifty percent (50%) of the work to Targeted Enterprise(s) as defined in the Contract Data. Preferences are offered to tenderers who comply with the criteria stated in the Tender Data.

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About Nonkazi Zondi

I started at Leads 2 Business in September 2016 as a Content Researcher in the Daily Tenders South Africa Department.

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