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Featured Tender: Preventative maintenance, servicing and repairs of fire protection equipment and installation of symbolic signs

Contract Number:

PET06/2017 – Department of Public Works

Description:

Tenders are invited for: East London and Queenstown and area: Preventative maintenance, servicing and repairs of fire protection equipment and installation of symbolic signs in state state buildings. Required at: Eastern Cape: Department of Public Works National: Procurment SCM.

Category:

Security & Fire

Industries:

Institutional

Region:

Eastern Cape

Site Inspection:

A compulsory site meeting is required. Bidders to be on site at the start of the meeting and must remain for the entire duration. Late comers will not be allowed in the meeting. 14 March 2018 at 11:00. The meeting will take place at National Department of Public Works, Eben Donges Building, Hancock Street, North End, Port Elizabeth on the 14 March 2018 at 11:00.

Closing Date:

27 March 2018 at 11:00

Restrictions:

The bid will be evaluated in terms of the 80/20 scoring system. CIDB Contractor grading designation of 3 SF or higher. Potentially Emergency Enterprise 2SF PE or higher. Compliance with pre-qualification criteria: Only B-BBEE status levels 1 – 2 or EME’s / QSE’s tenderers are invited. Functionality Criteria: Experience on previous contracts – 30; Reference from clients/consultants – 20; Financial Capacity – 30; Competence key person – 20 Minimum functionality score to qualify for further evaluation: 50. Only tenderers that meet stipulated minimum threshold for local production and content will be considered. All bidders / Contractors / Suppliers who is doing business with the Government must be registered on the Central Supplier Database. Prospective Bidders/Contractors/ Suppliers will be able to self- register on Central Supplier Database Website which is www.csd.gov.za.

 

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