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Guardian www.guardian.co.tt Monday, June 15, 2015
Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited (NP) invites suitably qualified
suppliers/contractors to bid for the supply and installation of air filtration units for the six (6) air
conditioning systems at NP House, National Petroleum Compound, Sea Lots, Port of Spain.
The supply and installation of air filtration units to be connected to the six (6) air handler units of the air
conditioning systems at NP House, Sea Lots includes use of minimum MERV 17 filtration, air flow
balancing of ventilation system and maintenance of humidity level 30-60% range.
COLLECTION OF BID DOCUMENTS
Contractors wishing to respond may obtain the Invitation to Bid documents from Monday 8th June,
2015 to Thursday 18th June, 2015 after the payment of a non-refundable fee of TT$600.00 by cash,
certified cheque or LINX to the cashier at NP House, National Drive, Sea Lots, Port of Spain between the
hours of 7:30 a.m. to 11:45 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Bid documents may be collected upon presentation of the receipt at the:
Contracts Administration Department
Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited
NP House, National Drive, Sea Lots, Port of Spain
SUBMISSION AND CLOSING OF BIDS
The original and a copy of each bid shall be submitted in a plain brown envelope clearly marked:
"SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF AIR FILTRATION UNITS FOR THE SIX (6) AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS
AT NP HOUSE, SEA LOTS"
and addressed to:
The Secretary, Tenders Committee
Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum Marketing Company Limited
NP House, National Drive
Sea Lots, Port of Spain
and deposited in the White Tenders Box, located in the Phase III Lobby at the above address no later
than 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday 15th July, 2015.
Bids must be accompanied where applicable by:
i. Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and
more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the tender
ii. Valid Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act, Chapter
iii. A copy of your receipt for the payment of TT$600.00 for the bid documents
A public opening will be held immediately after the t
Lots, Port of Spain. All bidders are invited to attend.
Bids received after the closing date will not be consi
SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF AIR FILTRATION UNITS FOR THE
SIX (6) AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS AT NP HOUSE, SEA LOTS
Invitation to Bid
RESERVATIONS/LIMITATIONS - Trinidad & Tobago National Petroleum
Marketing Company Limited reserves the right to accept or reject any or
all bids or annul the bid process at any time or cancel any or all of the
works and services for which the Invitation to Bid is issued in its entirety or
partially without defraying any costs incurred by the bidder in its
participation in any part of the bidding process including but not limited to
the preparation and submission of bids.
The overall leader
celebrates on the
podium with the
yellow jersey after
the 2nd stage, a
161,1 km race, from
Rotkreuz, at the
79th Tour de Suisse
UCI ProTour cycling
race, in Rotkreuz,
cyclist Chris Froome launched one
of his blistering mountain attacks
to win the Criterium du Dauphine
race for the second time yesterday,
clinching the eighth stage to take
the yellow jersey from American
rider Tejay van Garderen.
Froome won the race in 2013 on
his way to the Tour de France title,
and with the showcase race starting
in less than three weeks this victory
sends a strong message out to his
Van Garderen led Froome by 18
seconds overnight, but could not keep
up when Froome attacked with about
2 kilometres (1.25 miles) left on the
Froome moved into contention by
winning Saturday s seventh stage---
the toughest of the race with five cat-
egory-1 climbs---and again proved too
"I can t believe it. I couldn t have
expected to go any better today," the
30-year-old Froome said. "The legs
were really tired after yesterday and
the whole team was suffering because
of the work they did yesterday. I don t
know how they did it; the whole team
just lifted themselves today."
He won the stage by 18 seconds
from countryman Simon Yates, and
finished 10 seconds clear of Van
Garderen in the overall standings.
Portuguese rider Rui Costa was third
overall, 1:16 behind.
Froome praised his Team Sky team-
mates---before turning his attentions
to the Tour, which starts in Utrecht
on July 4.
"Up until now I ve only been think-
ing of the end of the Dauphine,"
Froome said. "But of course the Tour
de France is the big objective. Yeah,
I think the team is ready, I think I m
The final stage took riders over
156.5 kilometres (97 miles) and fin-
ished with a category-1 climb up to
Modane Valfrejus, and Froome com-
pleted it in 3 hours, 56 minutes.
German rider Tony Martin took the
lead 80 kilometres (50 miles) from
the end as he tried to win with a solo
The chasing pack started to reel in
Martin, whose lead was trimmed to
1 minute, 30 seconds with 20 kilo-
meters (12.5 miles to go).
He was caught soon after and
British rider Stephen Cummings
surged ahead, with Spanish veteran
Alejandro Valverde charging after him.
With Tour champion Vincenzo
Nibali stepping up the pace in the
peloton, Valverde was caught with
about 6.5 kilometres (4 miles to go),
leaving just Cummings out ahead by
With just over 3 kilometres to go
(2 miles) to go, Cummings lead was
down to 22 seconds.
Moments later, Froome launched
one of his trademark attacks and soon
zoomed past a struggling Cummings.
Van Garderen, who by now had no
teammates around to help him, tried
to stay on Froome s wheel, but the
Briton s acceleration was too strong
---just like it was on Saturday.
Nibali, who cracked in Saturday s
tough climbs, finished the race out
of the top 10 and has much work to
do in order to defend his Tour title.
British rider Froome
tops Criterium du
Kristijan Durasek of
Croatia continued his
career-best season by
winning the Tour de
Suisse stage two yester-
day, and Tom Dumoulin
of the Netherlands
retained the overall lead.
Durasek broke clear in
the final kilometre (half-
mile) of a 161.1-kilometre
(100.1-mile) stage to fin-
ish four seconds ahead
of a group that included
Daniel Moreno of
Spain was second, edging
Julian Arredondo of
Colombia into third in a
stage lasting more than
3 ½ hours.
Geraint Thomas of
Britain placed fifth and
moved up to second
overall, trailing Dumoulin
by seven seconds.
Durasek, who won the
Tour of Turkey stage race
last month, is eighth
Pinot, third in the 2014
Tour de France, stands
The nine-day Swiss
race is the last major
warm-up event for next
month s Tour.
Durasek takes Tour de Suisse
stage, Dumoulin retains lead
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