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TENDER FOR THE SUPPLY, DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION OF
CHILDREN'S PLAYBACK AND OUTDOOR EXERCISE EQUIPMENT
The Port of Spain Corporation invites registered contractors with the Corporation to tender for the
supply, delivery and installation of children's playpark and outdoor exercise equipment for the Port of
Spain Corporation as follows:-
• St. Joseph Road
• Davis Street Recreation Ground
• Robert Greenidge Playfield
• Charford Court
• Nelson Street
Tender documents can be obtained during working hours from Mr. Neil Mohammed, Tenders Clerk,
at the City Administration Department, 1st Floor, Port of Spain Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of
Spain, telephone 299-0870 extension 2210. Tenderers are required to pay the Cashier, Port of Spain
Corporation a tender deposit of TT$300.00 for each package. Payments can be made at the
Cashier's unit during the hours of 8:00 am to 2:30 pm.
Separate contracts will be awarded for each project. Any further technical information can be
obtained during normal working hours from 8:00 am to 4.00 pm from Mr. Chanka David, City
Engineer, 2nd Floor, City Engineer's Department, Port of Spain, telephone number 299.0870
extension 2272 or 2277.
A pre-tender meeting followed by site visit is carded for 10:00 am on Wednesday April 22, 2015 at
the City Engineer's Office, 2nd Floor, City Engineer's Department, Port of Spain Corporation, 2-4
Knox Street, Port of Spain.
Tenders must be accompanied by:-
1. Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of
Inland Revenue and dated not more than six (6) months prior to the closing of the
2. Valid certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act.
The Original and one copy of the tender must be placed in a sealed envelope and addressed to the
Acting Chief Executive Officer, Port of Spain Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain and clearly
marked on the outside.
"Tender for the supply, delivery and installation of children's playpark and outdoor exercise
equipment for the Port of Spain Corporation 2015"
Envelope must be deposited in the Tenders Box located on the 1st Floor, City Administration
Department, Port of Spain Corporation, 2-4 Knox Street, Port of Spain, no later than 10:00 am on
May 6, 2015.
Tenders will be opened thereafter. The Tenderer or his authorized representative may be present at
Late Tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
The Port of Spain Corporation does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other offer and reserves
the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or partial, without defraying any cost incurred by
any firm submitting their tender.
Chief Executive Officer (Ag.)
Port of Spain Corporation.
SAKHIR---Defending champion Lewis Hamilton will
start the Bahrain Grand Prix from pole position for
the first time after clinching his fourth straight pole
of the season yesterday, well ahead of Sebastian Vet-
tel.Hamilton, who leads Formula One after winning two
of three races so far, finished 0.411 seconds ahead of
Vettel, and 0.558 clear of Mercedes teammate Nico Ros-
berg, who began the previous two Bahrain GPs from
"I feel very happy, coming into the weekend that was
the target - to try and really master the track," Hamilton
said after securing his 42nd career pole.
Hamilton is odds-on to win his ninth race in the past
11 in today s grand prix under floodlights, where the
cooler evening temperatures are better suited to his Mer-
But having lost to Vettel s Ferrari in Kuala Lumpur,
Hamilton remains cautious.
"Ferrari are very quick and they will be very hard to
beat tomorrow with a great race pace," he said. "We ll
be taking all the measures we can to make the tires (last)
as long as they can."
Hamilton won last year s Bahrain GP after starting
second on the grid, and Rosberg will have his work cut
out on Sunday to win his first race of a frustrating cam-
"Strategy-wise I got it wrong. I was thinking too much
about the race and I underestimated Sebastian s speed,"
said Rosberg, who has won only one of his past 14 races,
and is struggling to keep his composure. "I lacked the
rhythm for Q3. That s where I went wrong today."
The German driver, who accused Hamilton of delib-
erately driving too slowly in order to impede him at last
weekend s Chinese GP, berated himself for poor tire
management in Q2 and Q3.
"I didn t expect the used tire to be so slow, the used
tire was so poor," said Rosberg, who also took a little
swipe at his team. "That was really poor (tire) management
... on my side. We always do it together but I m largely
Ferrari s Kimi Raikkonen qualified in fourth place,
confirming the two teams have the dominant cars of
the season so far.
Vettel is shaping up as Hamilton s main rival, which
must rile Rosberg. Vettel drove brilliantly to win the
Malaysian GP, outwitting Hamilton to send a clear signal
that Ferrari is back with a bang after a miserable season
last year where it failed to win a race.
"It was a tough session. Very happy with the front
row," said Vettel, who has been revitalized since his sum-
mer switch from Red Bull. "We are progressing as a
team. We didn t bring any particular upgrades (so) it s
a circuit that s a little bit better for us. We re trying to
push in all areas and today it was great to split (the Mer-
Vettel, who won four straight F1 titles with Red Bull
until Hamilton ended his run last year, still thinks Mer-
cedes has a significant edge in speed.
"Mercedes seem to get more out their package for
qualifying, so it s no secret," he said. "They re able to
turn their engine up more than the others." (AP)
Hamilton takes pole
position for Bahrain GP
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain, left,
invites his team-mate Nico Rosberg of Germany to
shake hand after he sets the pole position after the
qualifying session ahead the Bahrain Formula One
Grand Prix at the Formula One Bahrain International
Circuit in Sakhir, Bahrain, yesterday.
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