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Maintenance and Upkeep Works (Landscaping) for e TecK's Parks
Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development Company Limited ("e TecK") hereby invites the
submission of Tenders for the Provision of Maintenance and Upkeep Works (Landscaping) for
the following Parks: Diamond Vale, Morvant, Macoya, Trincity, Fredrick Settlement, O'Meara.
The delivery period will be over the course of three (3) years.
Bidding will be conducted through the Two Envelope Competitive Bidding process in accordance
with e TecK's procurement guidelines and is open to all suitably quali ed bidders.
Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from tender documents at the o ce of
The Secretary, Tenders Committee at the following address:
Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development Company Limited (e TecK)
131 Uriah Butler Highway
From 08:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekdays, no later than Wednesday 25th March 2015, 4:00 p.m.
A complete set of bidding documents may be purchased by interested bidders upon payment
of a non-refundable fee of One Thousand Dollars (TTD 1,000.00). The method of payment will be
cash or certi ed cheque. Only bidders who have purchased the bid documents will be eligible to
Mandatory site visits have been scheduled scheduled for Thursday 26th March, 2015, 9: 00 a.m.
starting at O'Meara Industrial Park followed by Frederick Settlement, Diamond Vale, Morvant, Macoya,
and Trincity Industrial Parks. Failure to attend the site visits will render the prospective bidder ineligible
to submit a Tender.
Tenders must be depositied into the marked Tender Box at the above address by Thursday 9th April,
2015 at 2:00 p.m. Late Tenders will be rejected. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security of
Fifty Thousand Dollars (TTD50,000.00) or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency.
The sites of the Works are at the aforementioned e TecK's Industrial Parks situated in Trinidad.
Tenders must be submitted strictly in accordance with the Tender Documents. e TecK does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any Tender and reserves the right to negotiate nal price with any
Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development Company Ltd (e TecK)
131 Uriah Butler Highway, Charlieville, Chaguanas
OKLAHOMA CITY---Oklahoma City set
aside some bad news off the court to beat
NBA Eastern Conference leader Atlanta
123-115 on Friday night, with Russell West-
brook scoring 17 of his 36 points in the
fourth quarter and notching yet another
triple double to steer the Thunder to an
The Thunder earlier in the day conceded
that reigning league MVP Kevin Durant will
probably miss the rest of the season with a
foot injury, yet the team came out with an
impressive performance that lifted Oklahoma
City two games clear of New Orleans in the
fight for the last playoff-yielding spot in the
The Pelicans lost ground with a defeat at
league-leading Golden State, while other key
results saw Memphis boost its Southwest
Division lead with victory at Dallas and the
Los Angeles Clippers end Washington s win-
ning streak. Oklahoma s Westbrook recorded
his seventh triple-double since the All-Star
break, his ninth of the season and the 17th
of his career. He had 10 rebounds and 14
assists while making all 17 of his free throws.
Dion Waiters matched a season high with
26 points for the Thunder, which faces an
uphill task to make the playoffs without
Durant. Pero Antic scored a career-high 22
Thunder shakes off Durant
blow to beats Hawks
points for the Hawks, whose lead atop the mediocre
East was trimmed to nine games. Memphis ended a
run of three-successive road losses by pulling away
in the third quarter and beating Dallas 112-101. Zach
Randolph scored 21 points while Marc Gasol had 15
points and 10 rebounds for the Grizzlies, who shot
64.7 percent in the second half (22 of 34).
Dallas, which is seventh in the West, 4-1/2 games
ahead of Oklahoma City, had a three-game winning
streak halted. The Mavericks were led by Dirk Nowitzki
and Devin Harris with 16 points each. Golden State
closed in on the best regular season record in franchise
history by beating New Orleans 112-96. Stephen Curry
overcame a subpar shooting performance to score 16
points with 11 assists, while Harrison Barnes added
22 points. Curry missed 12 of his first 13 shots from
the floor and was 0 for seven from three-point range
before making back-to-back shots from beyond the
arc in the third quarter. He finished 4 for 17 for the
Warriors, who improved to 55-13, the second-most
wins in team history---and four shy of the franchise
record. Alexis Ajinca scored 15 points with eight
rebounds for New Orleans, which played without four
of its top six players, including leading scorer Anthony
Los Angeles Chris Paul had 30 points and 15 assists
to lead the Clippers to a 113-99 win against Washington.
J.J. Redick scored 26 points for the Clippers, who are
fifth in the West. John Wall s 19 points and 10 assists
led the Wizards, who had won their previous five.
Chicago s Nikola Mirotic matched a career high with
29 points to propel the Bulls to a 108-92 victory over
Joakim Noah had 10 rebounds, equaled a career
high with 14 assists and scored eight points to come
within one basket of a triple-double for the Bulls, who
pulled half a game ahead of the Raptors for third place
in the East. They also took a 3-0 lead in the season
series, assuring them the edge in any potential playoff
tiebreaker. DeMar DeRozan had 27 points for Toronto,
which was without All-Star guard Kyle Lowry.
Cleveland extended its home winning streak to 15
games and officially secured a playoff spot by edging
Indiana 95-92. LeBron James scored 29 points---13 in
the fourth quarter---despite suffering from a head cold.
He scored 11 straight points in the fourth to give Cleve-
land a 93-92 lead. However, it was Cavs guard Iman
Shumpert who came up with the biggest play, running
down a long rebound and then knocking down two
free throws with a second left. George Hill scored 24
for the Pacers, who dropped their fourth straight and
damaged their playoff hopes.
San Antonio led throughout to beat Boston 101-89
despite being on the wrong end of a 16-0 late scoring
run, with Kawhi Leonard having 22 points to lead the
Spurs to their seventh-straight win over the Celtics.
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook (0)
reacts after making a three-point basket against the
Atlanta Hawks during the fourth quarter of an NBA
match in Oklahoma City, Friday night. Oklahoma City
won 123-115. AP PHOTO
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