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The Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the Authority) invites sealed Bids from suitably qualified companies/firms who are
registered in Trinidad and Tobago for the
"AIR DUCT AND VENT CLEANING OF VARIOUS AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS AT THE
PIARCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT"
Tender Documents may be perused at the Information Resource Centre, Administration Centre, South Terminal, Piarco International
Airport. Golden Grove Road, Piarco but can only be taken away upon payment of a non refundable Tender Fee of five hundred Dollars
(TT$500.00). Documents will be available from Monday 16th March 2015. A copy of this receipt must be submitted with
Prospective Tenderers are required to attend a mandatory prebid meeting and site visit to acquaint themselves with
conditions which may influence their Tender. The Pre-Bid Meeting and Site Visit is scheduled for Thursday 19th March
2015 at 10:00 a.m. at the Conference Room, North Terminal Building, Piarco International Airport.
Tenderers must submit one (1) original andthree (3) copies of the Tender in sealed envelopes labeled
"Air Duct and Vent Cleaning of Various Air Conditioning Systems at the Piarco International Airport"
and addressed to
The envelopes must be deposited in the Tender Box located in the Lobby of the Airports Administration Centre no later than 2:00
p.m. on Friday 3rd April 2015.
The Tenders will be opened publicly shortly thereafter at 2:30 p.m. Tenderers or representatives may be present at the opening.
Late Tenders will not be considered in any circumstances. Tenders submitted by means of facsimile or email shall not be
The Authority will not defray any cost incurred by Tenderers during the preparation and/or submission of their Bids.
Failure to attend the mandatory pre bid meeting and site visit will result in disqualification of the tender.
The Authority does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other Tender.
Secretary -- Tenders Committee
Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
Golden Grove Road
AIR DUCT AND VENT CLEANING OF VARIOUS
AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS AT THE
PIARCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
joined Sachin Tendulkar in an
exclusive club yesterday, becom-
ing only the second batsman to
pass 14,000 career runs in one-
day international cricket.
The 37-year-old Sangakkara was
playing against four-time cham-
pion Australia in a World Cup
match at the Sydney Cricket
Ground when he passed the mile-
stone in his 402nd ODI.
He turned a ball from Glenn
Maxwell for two runs down the
leg side to reach 39 to level the
mark, and continued to post his
third century in as many matches
and share a 130-run partnership
with Tillakaratne Dilshan (62) that
gave Sri Lanka real hope of chasing
an improbable 377 to win.
Both eventually fell to allrounder
James Faulkner (3-48), with Dil-
shan trapped lbw to end the part-
nership and Sangakkara caught in
the deep for 104 off 107 balls.
He was hit on the inside of the
right heel by a full yorker from
Mitchell Starc on 99 and hobbled
for the rest of his innings. His dis-
missal in the 34th over was a set-
back for Sri Lanka, which slipped
to 201-4 and never really recovered
in pursuit of Australia's 376-9. It
was the highest total ever posted
against Sri Lanka at the World
"Sangakkara is in the form of
his life. Three hundreds in three
games is absolutely amazing," Sri
Lanka captain Angelo Mathews
said. "Seems to be getting better
Sangakkara was unbeaten on 105
and not out 117 in the wins over
Bangladesh and England, which
helped lift Sri Lanka to six points
in the group and all but secured
a spot in the quarterfinals.
Sri Lanka spinner Sachithra
Senanayake said the team was
determined to send Sangakkara
and former skipper Mahela
Jayawardene into retirement with
a World Cup win.
The Sri Lankans have been run-
ners-up in the last two World
Cups, losing to Australia in the
final in 2007 and to India in the
"After this World Cup we'll miss
them badly," Senanayake said. "We
have to do something for them---
this World Cup will be the most
important for us."
Sangakkara now has 14,065 ODI
runs, second only to Indian great
Tendulkar, who retired with 18,426
runs from 463 ODIs. (AP)
Sangakkara second to
pass 14,000 ODI runs
100 at this year's
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