Home' Trinidad and Tobago Guardian : April 29th 2015 Contents NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL HEALTHAUTHORITY
1. The North-Central Regional Health Authority has authorized tendering for the following:
Name of Tender
Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Training of Eight (8) Mobile
Tuesday 2nd June, 2015
Ultrasound Machines for the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Training and Maintenance of Items of Equipment
Tuesday 2nd June, 2015
for the Laboratory at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Training and Maintenance of Medical Equipment
Tuesday 2nd June, 2015
for Mount Hope Women's Hospital
and now invites interested firms having representation and service facilities in Trinidad and Tobago to submit their proposals.
2. Tender Documents may be perused at Third Floor, Room 306, Building #39, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, and are
available between the hours of 8:00am - 3:00pm, but may be taken away upon payment of a non-refundable fee of Three
Hundred Dollars (TT$300.00) by cash or certified cheque to the North Central Regional Health Authority, payable at the cashier
Building #39, Second Floor, North-Central Regional Health Authority. The receipt must be attached to the Tender upon
3. All requests for information and /or clarification shall be addressed to:
The Chairman of the Tenders Committee
c/o Tenders Department
North Central Regional Health Authority
Third Floor, Room 306
Building 39, Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex
Uriah Butler Highway, Champs Fleurs
Tel: (868) 645-3232 ext: 5077/5050
Fax: (868) 645-3232 ext. 5052
4. Tenderers are required to fully complete and return the Tender Form together with the Tender.
5. Tenders must remain valid for a period of at least one hundred and eighty (180) days (6 months) from the closing date of the
Tender and must be accompanied by the following mandatory documents:
Valid Income Tax Certificate;
Valid VAT Clearance Certificate;
Valid NIB Clearance Certificate;
Certificate of Incorporation/ Certificate of Continuance;
2% Bid Security in the form of a bank guarantee or a certified/manger's cheque from a Bank; (Bid Securities from
any other Financial Institution other than a Bank will NOT be accepted).
The Tender should also include the following documents:
The Price Schedule which must include the Delivery Schedule;
Documentary evidence that the Tenderer is eligible and is qualified to perform the Contract in accordance with the general
conditions if its Tender is accepted;
Two (2) Recent References of Completed Similar Services;
Qualification Questionnaire with all attachments. (Where audited financial statements are not available, unaudited
statements will be considered, although greater weight will be placed on receipt of audited financial statements);
Tenderers must also provide a copy of NCRHA's Receipt for the procurement of Tender Document.
6. All alterations or erasures in the Tender must be initialed by the person submitting the Tender or in the case of a business entity,
a duly authorised officer thereof.
7. The Bid Security of two percent (2%) of the value tendered (VAT Inclusive) shall be included with the Bid. Such Security shall be
in the form of a bank guarantee or a certified/manager's cheque from a bank, in the name of North-Central Regional Health
Authority. (Bid Securities from any other Financial Institution will NOT be considered).
8. The ORIGINAL AND COPIES OF THE ENTIRE ORIGINAL TENDER SUBMISSION DOCUMENTS as stated in the Tender Documents
must be placed in sealed envelopes addressed to:
THE CHAIRMAN OF THE TENDERS COMMITTEE
NORTH CENTRAL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
BUILDING 39, ERIC WILLIAMS MEDICAL SCIENCES COMPLEX
URIAH BUTLER HIGHWAY, CHAMPS FLEURS
And clearly marked:
Tender -- indicate the Tender you are submitting as stated below
i. Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Maintenance and Training of Eight (8) Mobile Ultrasound Machines for the Eric Williams
Medical Sciences Complex
ii. Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Training and Maintenance of Items of Equipment for the Laboratory at the Eric Williams
Medical Sciences Complex
iii. Supply, Installation, Commissioning, Training and Maintenance of Medical Equipment for Mount Hope Women's Hospital
9. The envelope must be deposited in the Tender Box at the Tenders Department, at the above address no later than 10:00 am on
Tuesday 2nd June, 2015. Tenderers will be required to sign a form indicating the date and time of deposit of the Tender before
the deposit of the envelope in the Tender Box.
10. Tenders will be opened publicly at 10:15 am on the same day in a meeting room on the NCRHA's premises. The Tenderer or his
representative may choose to be present at the opening.
11. The Authority does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other Tender.
12. The successful Tenderer would be required to furnish a Performance Bond of not less than ten percent (10%) of the contract price
within fourteen (14) days of receiving the letter of award.
13. Late Tenders will not be considered.
14. Failure to comply with any of these instructions may result in the Tender not being considered.
15. The Authority reserves the right to cancel the present Tender in its entirety or partially, without defraying any cost incurred by any
firm in submitting its Tender.
Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Wednesday, April 29, 2015
LONDON---Prize money keeps going up at Wim-
bledon, with first-round losers as well as champions
cashing in on record rewards.
The All England Club announced yesterday that
prize money for this year s grass-court Grand Slam
will increase by seven per cent to reach a total of
26.75 million pounds ($40.60 million). The men s
and women s singles champions will each receive
1.88 million pounds ($2.85 million).
Organisers said the prize fund will be "the highest
ever in professional tennis," surpassing last year s US
Open purse of $38.25 million.
In the space of four years, Wimbledon s purse has
almost doubled in size from the 14.6 million pounds
($22.4 million) on offer in 2011. The increase has also
filtered down to the early stages of the tournament.
A first-round loser this year will receive 29,000
pounds ($44,500), a seven per cent increase from
the 27,000 pounds offered last year.
Tournament chairman Philip Brook said the prize
money helps preserve Wimbledon s premier status
and rejected suggestions that the winners are overpaid.
The prize money for the singles winners will rise
seven per cent from the 1.76 million pounds won by
last year s champions Novak Djokovic and Petra Kvi-
Men s and women s doubles winners will earn
340,000 pounds ($520,000), an increase of 15,000
pounds, while mixed doubles winners will receive a
rise of four per cent to 100,000 pounds ($153,000).
Wimbledon will run from June 29 to July 12. The
break between the French Open and Wimbledon,
normally two weeks, has been extended to three
weeks for the first time this year.
The All England Club also said Hawk-Eye tech-
nology will be used on Courts 12 and 18, making it
six courts in total equipped with the line-calling sys-
Overall capacity has increased by 500 to 39,000
because Courts 14 and 15 will be available again after
being re-laid during last year s event. A total of 19
courts will be in play for the championships.
Officials said progress is running on schedule for
a roof to be built on Court 1, which should be ready
for the 2019 competition.
All England Club chief executive Richard Lewis
dismissed speculation that Wimbledon could sell
British television rights to subscription channel
Sky and break its long-term association with the
singles champs to
receive nearly $3m
ISTANBUL---Ivan Dodig of Croatia had nine aces
as he beat fifth-seeded Andreas Haider-Maurer of
Austria 7-5, 6-3 to reach second round of the inau-
gural Istanbul Open yesterday.
Dodig saved six of the seven break points he faced
and broke Haider-Maurer s serve four times.
In other matches, sixth-seeded Kazakh Mikhail
Kukushkin saved seven of eight break-point chances
on his serve as he beat countryman Aleksandr
Nedovyesov 6-3, 6-4; and No 8 Diego Schwartzman
of Argentina broke qualifier Blaz Kavcic s serve seven
times in a 6-2, 6-1 win.
Second-ranked Roger Federer is in second-round
action on Wednesday, where the Swiss star looks to
improve to 15-0 in career matches against Finland s
Nieminen advanced with a 6-3, 6-4 win against
Turkey s Marsel Ilhan.
In other first-round matches, there were wins for
Spaniard Daniel Gimeno-Traver, Russian Andrey
Rublev, Austrian Jurgen Melzer, Uzbekistan s Denis
Istomin, Russian Teymuraz Gabashvili and Dusan
Lajovic of Serbia.
Melzer was 5-2 up against Steve Darcis when the
Belgian player retired with a wrist injury.
No 5 Haider-Maurer
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