Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : March 18th 2015 Contents CENTRAL TENDERS BOARD
Prequalification of Contractors for Infrastructure Projects for the Engineering Division,
Ministry of Food Production for a period of two (2) years
The Ministry of Food Production is desirous of pre-qualifying contractors for Infrastructure Projects - Agricultural Access Roads,
Water Management Works and Building Refurbishment and Construction for a period of two (2) years.
Applicants are expected to have the practical skill and experience acquired as a contractor in the execution of works of a
similar nature and to be equipped with an ample quantity of manpower, suitable plant and equipment, financial capacity and in
every respect, fully competent to undertake the execution of the contracts.
Prequalification documents can be obtained during normal working hours at the Central Tenders Board's Office, 116 Frederick
Street, Port of Spain. Telephone No: 625 - 4330.
The under-mentioned officers can be contacted during normal working hours for any further technical information at Telephone
Nos: 642-0267/0363, 646-2018:-
Agricultural Access Roads
- Mr Ryan Jaggernauth, Agricultural Engineer II (Ag.)
Water Management Works
- Mr Ramesh Persad, Civil Engineer II
Building Refurbishment and Construction - Mr Rodney Ramkeesoon, Agricultural Engineer II
A meeting for prospective applicants would be held at the Engineering Division's Car Park, Cor. Mausica Road and Caroni North
Bank Road, Centeno on Friday 27th March, 2015 at 10.00 a.m. Prospective applicants should make every attempt to attend this
Prequalification questionnaires must be accompanied by: -
(i) valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue; and
(ii) a valid Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
The original and one (1) copy of the completed prequalification questionnaire for each project must be placed in separate
sealed envelopes addressed to the Chairman, Central Tenders Board, 116 Frederick Street, Port of Spain and clearly marked on
the outside: -
"Prequalification of Contractors for Infrastructure Projects (Agricultural Access Roads) for the Engineering Division,
Ministry of Food Production for a Period of Two (2) Years"
"Prequalification of Contractors for Infrastructure Projects (Water Management Works) for the Engineering Division,
Ministry of Food Production for a Period of Two (2) Years"
"Prequalification of Contractors for Infrastructure Projects (Building Refurbishment and Construction) for the
Engineering Division, Ministry of Food Production for a Period of Two (2) Years"
Envelopes must be deposited in the BROWN Tenders Box located in the lobby of the Board's Office not later than 1.00 P.M. on
THURSDAY 9th APRIL, 2015.
Applicants should note that the dimensions of the SLOT of the Tenders Box are 37.5 cm x 5.5 cm and prequalification
questionnaires should therefore be packaged accordingly.
Questionnaires will be opened shortly after closing of the Tenders Box. The applicant or an authorized representative may be
present at the opening.
Late submissions will not be considered in any circumstances.
The Central Tenders Board reserves the right to cancel the prequalification exercise in its entirety or even partially, without
defraying any cost incurred by any applicant in submitting their applications.
Prospective applicants are advised that they can visit the website at http://www.finance.gov.tt for all published Tender Notices.
Central Tenders Board
March 10th, 2015
MADRID---Barcelona is on anoth-
er winning run, and that is bad
news for Manchester City.
The Spanish team has overtaken
Real Madrid at the top of the league
standings, advanced to the Copa del
Rey final and leads Man City 2-1 in
the Champions League heading into
the second leg today at Camp Nou.
A draw would be enough for
Barcelona to progress to the next
City defender Pablo Zabaleta,
however, is hopeful that the Premier
League champions can overturn the
deficit and advance to the quarter-
finals for the first time.
City manager Manuel Pellegrini s
job could ride on the result.
Here are some things to know
about today s match:
Steady buildup: Barcelona coach
Luis Enrique is likely to keep Lionel
Messi, Neymar and Luis Suarez in
attack against Man City as the four-
time European champions look to
secure a record eighth straight spot
in the quarterfinals.
"They can be extremely danger-
ous if we don t do things well," Ini-
esta said. "Up front they are par-
ticularly lethal, so it s going to have
to be 200 per cent concentration
for us if we expect to reach the next
Tactical change?: Pellegrini
vowed to keep playing 4-4-2 despite
being outnumbered in midfield and
outplayed in the first leg against
Barcelona. And, true to his word,
he has done so in the three league
On Wednesday, the Chilean coach
will be boosted by the return of
midfielder Yaya Toure from suspen-
sion. Left back Gael Clichy is banned
after his red card in the first leg, so
Aleksandar Kolarov will play instead.
Last year, City had a player sent
off in both legs against Barcelona
in the last 16.
Daunting venue: The Camp Nou
has been a tough place to play for
visiting English teams, with
Barcelona winning 16 of 29 matches
and losing only two.
The home side has advanced 33
times from 35 occasions when it
won an away first leg in Europe,
with City its victim last season.
New territory: With the Premier
League trophy slipping away, City s
chances of silverware this season
are likely to depend on advancing
in the Champions League.
Eliminating Barcelona would be
the biggest European result in City s
recent history and would likely keep
Pellegrini in his job, at least for now.
Barca winning again as Man City visits
BUENOS AIRES---Argentina coach Gerardo Mar-
tino has added three players from the national
championship to a squad that will face El Salvador
and Ecuador in international friendlies later this
month in the United States.
Martino yesterday added River Plate defender
Ramiro Funes Mori, Independiente midfielder Federico
Mancuello and Newell s Old Boys midfielder Maxi
Martino named the European-based players last
week, including Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and
Argentina faces El Salvador on March 28 in Wash-
ington, and then plays Ecuador March 31 in East
Rutherford, New Jersey. (AP)
WARRINGTON---The police commander in charge
of the Hillsborough soccer stadium on the day of
the 1989 disaster says his failure to close a tunnel
was the "direct cause" of the deaths of 96 Liverpool
David Duckenfield told the Hillsborough inquests
he "froze" before ordering the opening of an exit
gate to relieve congestion at the FA Cup semifinal
between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest.
Under questioning from barrister Paul Greaney,
Duckenfield accepted that the crush would not have
taken place if fans had been prevented from going
down a tunnel.
Greaney put it to Duckenfield that the failure to
close the tunnel was "the direct cause of the deaths
of 96 persons." Duckenfield replied: "Yes sir."
New inquests are being held after the original ver-
dicts of accidental death were overturned. (AP)
THIMPHU---The lowest-ranked team in world soc-
cer won again yesterday and advanced to the second
round of World Cup qualifying.
Bhutan, a Himalayan kingdom ranked 209th by
FIFA, beat Sri Lanka 2-1 at home in the second leg
and advanced 3-1 on aggregate.
Chencho Gyeltshen scored both goals for Bhutan
while Zohar Mohamed Zarwan scored for Sri Lanka.
Bhutan had lost all 18 matches it played from 2009
to 2014, including a 20-0 rout against Kuwait in an
Asian Cup qualifying match.
In the next round, Bhutan will be placed into one
of eight groups of five teams and could end up facing
Asian powers like Japan, Iran or South Korea.
India, East Timor, Cambodia and Taiwan also
advanced to the second round of Asian qualifying.
Argentina adds 3
for matches in US
chief says tunnel
failure led to deaths
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