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TENDER FOR THE PROPOSED SUPPLY, DELIVERY AND INSTALLATION
OF PAVILION SEATS AT THE COCOYEA COMMUNITY SWIMMING POOL,
ST.ANDREWS PARK WEST, COCOYEA VILLAGE, SAN FERNANDO.
The Ministry of Sport proposes to replace the Pavilion Seats at the Cocoyea Community Swimming Pool and
such, the Ministry invites suitable qualified contractors to submit tenders to undertake the works.
Tender documents can be collected from Monday 4th May, 2015 between the hours of 9.00 a.m. and
2.30 p.m. at the Project Management Unit, 6th Floor, Ministry of Sport, Head Office, #12 Abercromby Street,
Port of Spain. Telephone Nos. 625 5622-4 Ext. 6003 -- 6010; Fax No. 625 5622 -- Ext. 6010.
A pre-tender meeting and site visit will be held on Friday 8th May, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at the Cocoyea
Community Swimming Pool during which time you are to familiarise yourself with the work to be undertaken.
Any technical information can be obtained during normal working hours from the Construction Superintendent
at Telephone Nos. 625-5622-4 Ext.6010 or 792-2056.
Tenders must be accompanied by valid:
(i) Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue.
(ii) A Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act; and
(iii) A Completed Contractors/Suppliers Pre-Qualification Questionnaire issued by Ministry of Sport.
(Copy attached with the Tender Documents)
Sealed Tenders must be submitted in a sealed envelope addresses to the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Sport
and deposited in the white designated Tender Box located in the lobby, Ground Floor, Head Office, Ministry of
Sport, 12 Abercromby Street, Port of Spain, no later than 1.00 p.m. on Thursday 21st May, 2015.
Tenders must be clearly marked:-
Tender for the proposed Supply, Delivery and Installation of Pavilion Seats at the Cocoyea Community
Late Tenders will NOT be considered in any circumstances.
The Ministry of Sport does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other tender. The Ministry of Sport
reserves the right to cancel the present bidding process in its entirety or partially, without defraying any cost
incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
Ministry of Sport
In this image
April 27, 2015,
goal of the game
soccer match at
LONDON---Bournemouth was promoted to the
Premier League for the first time as second-tier
champions after Watford threw away the title in the
final seconds of the season yesterday.
Already guaranteed promotion, Watford led the
League Championship heading into yesterday s finale
and was beating Sheffield Wednesday 1-0 until stop-
page time when it conceded to draw 1-1.
That meant Bournemouth clinched the trophy by
a single point by beating Charlton 3-0, only five years
after the south-coast team was playing in the fourth
tier. There is another spot in the Premier League avail-
able to the playoff final winners. In the two-legged
playoff semifinals, Norwich will play Ipswich in an
east-coast derby and Middlesbrough will face Brentford.
The season ended in controversy for last-place
Blackpool, with a protest by fans against chairman
Karl Oyston leading to the game against Huddersfield
being abandoned. Three minutes into the second half
hundreds of disgruntled Blackpool fans poured onto
the field, forcing the referee to take players off.
The Football League said it will decide whether to
replay the match, but Blackpool had already been rel-
egated and also faces Football Association action over
its fans behaviour. (AP)
Ferdinand's wife Rebecca
dies after battle with cancer
LONDON---The wife of Queens Park Rangers defend-
er Rio Ferdinand has died following a short battle
The former England and Manchester United player
announced on the QPR website that Rebecca Ferdinand
died on Friday night at the Royal Marsden Hospital
in London. Rio Ferdinand says his wife of six years
"was a fantastic loving mother to our three beautiful
children ... she will live on in our memory, as a guide
Ferdinand thanked his family, friends and QPR col-
leagues who have "rallied around in these desperate
days, weeks and months" and the medics whose
"valiant efforts to prolong Rebecca s all-too-short life
will not be forgotten." No age was provided for Rebecca
Ferdinand in the statement. Ferdinand joined QPR
from Manchester United last year. (AP)
Fourth straight title for Celtic
A review of yesterday s action in the Scottish Pre-
miership as Celtic were left with an insurmountable
lead at the top.
Dundee United ensured Celtic were crowned Scottish
Premiership champions with a hard-fought 1-0 win
over second-placed Aberdeen at Tannadice.
The Dons needed to win to prevent Ronny Deila s
Celtic from securing their fourth successive title after
they had defeated Dundee the previous night.
But Derek McInnes men could not keep the fight
going another week after Robbie Muirhead s 13th-
minute goal separated the sides. Liam Boyce kept
Motherwell deep in relegation danger as the Ross
County striker s equaliser at Fir Park maintained the
visitors six-point lead in the race to avoid a play-off.
Boyce netted his fifth goal in four games with four
minutes of the first half remaining to earn County a
1-1 Scottish Premiership draw.
Scott McDonald had given Motherwell a 20th-
minute lead and the hosts were looking comfortable
but some poor decision-making from centre-back
Mark O Brien---who was in for the injured Louis Laing
---gifted Boyce his opportunity, although he took it
brilliantly. Motherwell pushed for the winner they
badly needed but they lacked composure and the
bounce of the ball as the visitors held on, and the
Highlanders might even have grabbed a winner on
Motherwell need a major turnaround in the remain-
ing three games but they still have another chance to
give themselves a lifeline when they host Kilmarnock
on Friday night after the Ayrshire side s defeat by
Hamilton saw their lead cut to six points.
A late header from substitute Brian Graham
earned St Johnstone a 1-1 draw at home to
10-man Inverness at McDiarmid Park.
Danny Swanson hit the crossbar early on
and Michael O Halloran missed two good
chances either side of half-time before Aaron
Doran gave the visitors a second-half lead
with an excellent finish.
But Graham s late intervention denied Inver-
ness victory and David Raven s late red card
for a second yellow card meant they had to
endure a nervous few minutes before leaving
with a share of the spoils.
Bournemouth promoted to Premier
League as second-tier champions
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