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TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
INVITATION TO TENDER No. 01/2015
For Remedial Works at the Morne Catherine Radar Facility
The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) invites sealed tenders for performing remedial works at the Morne Catherine Radar
Interested eligible candidates may obtain complete tender documents at the TTCAA New Administration Complex, Caroni North Bank Road, Piarco,
upon payment of a non-refundable Tender Collection Fee of TTD $600.00 payable via Linx or Credit Card only from April 17 24, 2015,
Monday Friday 9am to 3pm.
Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelopes, marked Tender No. 01/2015 for Remedial Works at the Morne Catherine Radar Facility
should be addressed to:
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
CARONI NORTH BANK ROAD
and deposited in the Red Tender Box (No. 1 May 7, 2015 at 1:00 pm. Tenders will be opened in the
Safety Regulations Department meeting room of the TTCAA Administration Building at 1:30 pm on the same day, in the presence of tenderers
representatives who choose to attend.
This procurement process is not intended to create and shall not create a formal legally binding bidding process and shall instead be governed by
the law applicable to direct commercial negotiations. For greater clarity and without limitation:
1. -based tendering law duties or any other legal obligations arising out of any process
contract or collateral contract: and
2. Neither the Tenderer nor TTCAA shall have the right to make any breach of Contract, tort or any other claims against the other with respect
to the award of a contract, failure to award contract or failure to honor a response to the RFP/Tender.
The TTCAA reserves the right to reject or accept any tender and is not bound to give reasons for its decision. Late tenders will not be accepted.
The TTCAA also reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or partially without defraying any cost incurred by any tenderer
in submitting or preparing to submit a tender.
Chairman, Tenders Committee
Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
BARCELONA---Barcelona needs to avoid a
repeat of its slip against Valencia last season
to protect its lead of the Spanish league
tomorrow. Barcelona enters the match at
Camp Nou strengthened by its 3-1 win at
Paris Saint-Germain, with two spectacular
goals from Luis Suarez, in the first leg of
the Champions League quarterfinals.
Real Madrid trails Barcelona by two points
in the league and will host Malaga tomorrow.
But while Barcelona closes in on the semifinals
of the European Cup, Madrid will need to
muster a strong performance next week if it
hopes to finally beat Atletico Madrid after the
crosstown rivals drew 0-0 in the opening leg.
Atletico also plays on Saturday, with the
defending champions nine points adrift in
third place before visiting Deportivo La Coruna.
Here are some more things to know about
this weekend s matches:
Suarez received a good part of the blame
for Barcelona s 2-2 draw at Sevilla last week
when the Uruguay forward missed his chances
to add to his team s 2-0 lead, letting Madrid
close the gap.
Suarez bounced back on Wednesday with
two audacious goals that both included passing
the ball between the legs of PSG defender
David Luiz en route to clinical finishes. "That
was the last trick I had in the bag," Suarez
Suarez has netted 11 goals in his last 11
games, including two in a 2-1 win at Man-
chester City and one against Madrid. Following
his slow start after returning from a four-
month ban for biting an opponent at the
World Cup, Suarez has 18 goals in 33 games
for the Catalan club. Suarez and strike partners
Lionel Messi and Neymar will now take aim
at a Valencia side that has not lost in 10 straight
VALENCIA ON RISE
Barcelona will be particularly wary of Valen-
cia s visit after a more mediocre version of
the same side fought back for a 3-2 victory
at Camp Nou last season. That loss on Feb-
ruary 1, 2014, marked the beginning of
Barcelona s slide and allowed Atletico to take
over the league lead.
Valencia has a much better, and deeper,
squad this season. Coach Nuno Espirito Santo
has the team in fourth place, only one point
behind Atletico and three points ahead of
Sevilla as they vie for a top-four finish.
Barcelona midfielder Andres Iniesta is
doubtful after he was carried off the field in
Paris. Valencia will likely be missing injured
Argentines Enzo Perez and Pablo Piatti, but
left back Jose Gaya is fit.
ONE EYE ON DERBY
Madrid and Atletico will have to be careful
not to get caught looking ahead to Wednesday,
when the Santiago Bernabeu will decide which
moves one step from reaching a second straight
Champions League final.
Their draw earlier this week took Atletico s
unbeaten run against Madrid this season to
seven games since Madrid won last year s
Madrid next faces seventh-place Malaga,
a team that has beaten Barcelona 1-0 on the
road and drawn 0-0 at home.
Since losing at Barcelona, Madrid has routed
its next three league opponents 14-1. Cristiano
Ronaldo has scored seven times in that stretch
to take his league-leading tally to 38.
Atletico s hopes of repeating as champion
are all but gone, but it still must stay ahead
of Valencia and Sevilla to keep its place in the
Champions League next season.
Barcelona needs to avoid another slip
Barcelona's Luis Suarez, rear, celebrates with
Neymar after Suarez scored his team's third goal
during the quarterfinal first leg Champions
League soccer match between Paris Saint
Germain and Barcelona at the Parc des Princes
stadium in Paris, France, Wednesday AP PHOTO
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