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INVITATION to Tender
To All Registered Contractors With the
CHAGUANAS BOROUGH CORPORATION
In accordance with C.T.B. Ordinance Regulation 12/2 (b) and Legal Notice #234 as amended which
falls under the Chief Executive Officer's Limit, tenders are invited for Construction Works under
the Development Programme for the following:
Prospective Tenderers who wish to bid must be a Registered Contractor with the Corporation whose name
appears on the List of Contractors. (All Petty Contractors must be approved by the Minister of Finance,
Director of Contracts, Circular Memorandum 2/1/16 dated 12/03/1997).
Tender documents may be perused at the Tenders Department of the Old Administrative Building and can be
obtained during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1:00 p.m. to 3:00p.m. at a non-refundable cost of
$500.00 per package.
A Public Notice, an Invitation to Tender along with a listing of all Registered Contractors will be
placed at the Security Desk of the Old Administrative Building.
Tenders must be accompanied by an original Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates
issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and date not more than (6) six months prior to the closing date of the
tender. All other instructions are attached to the tender packages.
A pre-tender meeting followed by a site visit will be held on Wednesday 3rd September, 2014 at 9:30am
at the Technical Department.
Tenders will be closed on Monday 8th September, 2014 at 10:30 a.m. Tender documents are to be
deposited in the big WHITE TENDER BOX located at the Tender's Department of the New
Tenders will be opened shortly thereafter. The tenderer or his representative may be present at the
Late Tenders will not be considered under any circumstances. The Committee does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any other tender.
The Committee reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or even partially without defray-
ing any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
For further technical information, please contact the County Superintendent at 498-2475, any other
queries may be addressed to the Tender Clerk at 498-2721 or e-mail:firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief Executive Officer
Chaguanas Borough Corporation
1. Municipal Police Station Fencing
2. Phillip Street Box Drain
3. Railway Line Road Box Drain
4. Richard Lane Box Drain
5. Rodney Road Ext. 1&2 Kerb Wall and Slipper Drain
1. Longdenville Basket Ball Court Children Play Park
2. Avedesh Samaroo Rec. Ground Children Play Park
1. Joseph Street Box Drain
2. Narcis Drive Box Drain
3. Amaroosingh Street Box Drain
4. Alexander Street Box Drain
5. Kawal Street Ext. Box Drain
1. Dinoo Road Box Drain
2. Clarke Road West Box Drain
3. Penco Street Box Drain
4. Charles Trace Box Drain
5. Maraj Street Box Drain
LONDON --- Manchester Unit-
ed s miserable start under Louis
van Gaal took another turn for
the worse yesterday with a
humiliating 4-0 loss at third-
tier club MK Dons in the League
Hired to halt the decline under
David Moyes in the post-Alex Fer-
guson era, Van Gaal had already
endured a loss and a draw in his
first two Premier League matches
before one of three possible routes
to silverware ended in Milton
A second-string United was
playing in the League Cup second
round for the first time since 1995
because Moyes failed to qualify
for Europe during his only season
in charge. He was replaced by the
coach who led the Netherlands
to third place at the World Cup.
Although Van Gaal made ten
changes from the team that drew
at Sunderland, several interna-
tional players including Danny
Welbeck, Javier Hernandez and
Shinji Kagawa were deployed.
Van Gaal kept his cool in public
after the game and did not tear
into his team s performance,
despite poor defending that gifted
goals to the Dons and the fact that
United needed around 70 minutes
to manage a shot on target.
"We didn t have the luck to
score but at least we have created
a lot of chances," Van Gaal said.
"You don t have to forget we have
nine injuries and we had a very
young team, I have seen them
trying to their utmost best. You
can t expect more of the players."
Van Gaal urged fans to trust
him to turn around the fortunes
of a team that won the Premier
League by 11 points in 2013 before
Ferguson retired after more than
26 years in charge.
"(Supporters) have to believe
in our philosophy," Van Gaal said.
"We are building up a team and
you can t make in one month not
in one year of course. It s very
disappointing but I hope they shall
maintain their confidence in the
club and in our philosophy
because that philosophy takes
MILAN --- No longer a surprise package, Roma
is expected to be one of the main challengers to
end Juventus hold on the league title.
Not much was expected from the club last season,
but a record Serie A start of 10 straight wins saw
Roma emerge as a genuine title contender under
coach Rudi Garcia.
The capital side eventually finished second to a
record-breaking Juventus but ended the season 23
points and four league places better than the previous
Roma may have lost the element of surprise this
time but it has an added bonus of the experience
of fighting for a title and has matured as a squad.
"We re coming off the back of a positive season,
but we know we can improve," Roma goalkeeper
Morgan De Sanctis said. "The love of the fans makes
me proud to be part of this club. We will try to
reward them and to satisfy their desire to win some-
thing important this season."
Roma will also be involved in the Champions
League this year and much of its season will depend
on how the club manages to balance playing among
Europe s elite with its domestic duties.
"In the Champions League we will be outsiders
and that could help us a lot. The players are at 100
per cent both physically and mentally," Garcia said.
"In the league I m worried about the players attitudes
in the games immediately before and after the Cham-
pions League. My job is to make sure that before
Champions League games the team gives its all on
the field. We are stronger than last year."
Garcia has strengthened the squad with a number
of shrewd signings. Roma shelled out 24.5 million
euros (US$33.2 million) for 21-year-old Argentine
forward Juan Manuel Iturbe, who has been compared
to Lionel Messi.
At the other end of the scale, veteran English
defender Ashley Cole joined on a free transfer.
"It s a great club with real ambition," Cole said.
"Last year they came second. I talked with the coach
and he expressed the ambitions he had and showed
a real will to win.
"I want to contribute to a team that will win the
league. I received offers from other, small teams,
but I didn t want to just lie on a beach. I came here
to win. I have won a lot in my career, but I don t
want to stop."
Roma has also signed Davide Astori, Seydou Keita,
Urby Emanuelson and Salih Ucan.
Much of its chances, however, will depend on
whether it manages to hang on to key players such
as Mattia Destro and Mehdi Benatia, who have
already attracted a lot of interest from top European
The 23-year-old Destro scored 13 goals in 20
matches, despite only starting his injury-delayed
season in December.
Destro and Benatia were two of a number of
shrewd buys by Garcia last offseason, along with
De Sanctis, Kevin Strootman, Adem Ljajic and Gerv-
Manchester United Louis Van Gaal says supporters
should stick with the team. AP PHOTO
Man U humbled by third tier Dons
Roma ready to push
Juventus all the way
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