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TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION/REHABILITATION WORKS
FOR THE PORT-OF-SPAIN CORPORATION
The Port-of-Spain Corporation invites registered contractors with the Corporation to tender for the undermentioned
construction/rehabilitation works for the Port-of-Spain Corporation 2015:-
DRAINAGE AND IRRIGATION
> Upper Niles Street - Box Drain
> Production Avenue - Box Drain
> Pioneer Drive - Box Drain
> Rookery Nook - Rehabilitation of Box Drain
> Albert Lane (Phase 11) - Box Drain
> Pitman Lane - Box Drain
> Maraval River (Phase 11) - Retaining Wall
> Bournes Road underground river (Phase 1) Refurbish. River Bed
LOCAL ROADS AND BRIDGES
> Dengue Street - Re-paving works
> Fair View Lane - Re-paving roadway
> Cipriani Boulevard - Re-paving
> Alexander Hill - Re-paving of roadway
> Nepaul Street - Footpath, kerbwall and slipper
> Alfredo Street - Footpath, kerbwall and slipper
> 8 Gloster Lodge Road - Retaining Wall
> Pitman Lane - Block retaining wall
> Ranjit Kumar Street - Footpath, kerbwall and slipper
> St. Paul Street - Retaining wall
> 24A Quarry Street - Retaining wall
> Monsanto Lane - Reinforced concrete retaining wall
> 26 Stewart Lane - Reinforced concrete retaining wall)
> 66 Piccadilly Street - Retaining wall
> Leau Place - Construction of steps/railing
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 project. Payments can be made at the Cashier's unit during the hours of 8.00 a.m to 2.30 p.m.
Separate contracts will be awarded for each project. Any further technical information can be obtained during
normal working hours from 8.00 a.m to 4.00 p.m from Mr. Chanka David, City Engineer, 2nd floor, City Engineer's
Department, Port-of-Spain Corporation, 2 - 4 Knox Street, Port-of-Spain, telephone number 299-0870 extension
2272 or 2277,
A pre-tender meeting followed by site visit is carded for 10.00 a.m 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,
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 Tender.
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 Construction/Rehabilitation Works 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, not later than 10.00 a.m on May 6, 20l5.
Tenders will be opened thereafter. The Tenderer or his authorized representative may be present at the opening.
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 partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any firm submitting
Chief Executive Officer (Ag.)
Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Mortaza laughed
when he was asked if it would be wise to break the
winning combination from the first ODI against
Pakistan. Having served a one-match ban, Mashrafe
is set to return for the second ODI today, which
will be his 150th in the format.
There won t be more than the one change, though.
Abul Hasan will be making way for Mashrafe, and
it will be a justified change in terms of performance
too. Abul erred in line and length, giving away 42
runs in five overs. Mashrafe has been the bedrock
of the bowling attack for more than a decade, and
will be a welcome addition to complement the promise
of Taskin Ahmed and the renewed verve of Rubel
Mashrafe said that the breakthroughs effected by
Taskin and left-arm spinner Arafat Sunny were vital
to Bangladesh s cause, and so were the number of
dot balls that built pressure on Pakistan in a steep
chase of 330.
But Mashrafe was wary of the Pakistan batsmen,
saying that the chase could have followed the pattern
of the 2014 Asia Cup game, where Pakistan success-
fully chased down 327. He wants the bowling attack
to bowl how they did on Friday and start building
pressure from the first few overs.
"It could have gone that way yesterday too,"
Mashrafe said. "They were building partnerships,
scoring at six per over. In this day and age, anything
is possible if you have wickets in hand in the later
stages. Sunny s breakthroughs were important. The
game changed with Taskin s two wickets. I think
everyone tried hard. We bowled 135 (130) dot balls.
We started well with the ball, which was most impor-
tant and this is what we have to do in the next match
Mashrafe was also keen to see his batsmen quickly
adjust to their new places in the batting line-up and
heed to the needs of the team. In the last game,
Soumya Sarkar opened with Tamim Iqbal, which
meant that Mahmudullah batted at No 3 and was
followed by Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan, Sab-
bir Rahman and Nasir Hossain.
"The batting order is merely a number. It doesn t
matter who bats where," Mashrafe said. "We believe
in this, and that s what our coach has been telling
us. One has to play according to the need of the
team. Everyone has been told to be ready for this
"I think our team balance is quite good. Because
we opened with Soumya, everyone has had a step
up in their place in the order. We consider wicket
and condition while setting our team. Bowlers have
to focus more on their job when we pick four bowlers
instead of five. So everyone has to adjust to the sit-
Stable Bangladesh seek
to build on early success
Pakistan seamer Ehsan Adil has been ruled out
of the remainder of the ODI series against
Bangladesh after sustaining a hamstring injury.
Umar Gul, who had been omitted by the selectors
for the ODIs, will join the team as his replacement.
Adil is the fourth Pakistan player to be ruled out of
the series after Sohaib Maqsood, Sohail Khan and
Yasir Shah had pulled out due to injuries.
It is understood that Adil picked up the injury
during training ahead of the first ODI on Friday,
which Pakistan lost by 79 runs, only their second
loss to Bangladesh in ODIs. The bowler was expected
to regain his fitness before the second match on
Sunday, but has failed to do so.
"It was expected that he would get fit ahead of
the second ODI but his recovery didn t go well,"
Haroon Rashid, PCB s chief selector, said. "He has
been called back and Umar Gul is being sent as an
Adil, 22, made his international debut in February
2013 and has played two Tests and six ODIs since
then. He played a couple of games in the World Cup,
including the quarter-final against Australia, but did
not have much success, managing two wickets for
62 runs in 12 overs. (ESPNcricinfo)
Injured Adil out of Bangladesh ODIs
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