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Tender for Security Services at Tamana InTech Park, Waller eld
Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development Company Limited (e TecK) hereby invites the
submission of Tenders from eligible bidders for the Security Services at Tamana InTech Park, Waller eld.
The delivery period will be One (1) Year.
Bidding will be conducted through the Two Envelope Competitive Bidding process in accordance with
e TecK's procurement guidelines, and is open to all suitably quali ed bidders.
Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the prequali cation and
tender documents at the o ce of The Secretary, Tenders Committee at the following address:
Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development Company Limited (e TecK)
9-15 e TecK Blvd., Tamana InTech Park
from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on weekdays, but no later than Thursday 17th December, 2015, at 10:00 a.m.
A complete set of bidding documents may be purchased by interested bidders upon payment of a non-
refundable fee of One Thousand Dollars (TTD1,000.00). The method of payment will be cash or certi ed
cheque. Only bidders who have purchased the bid documents will be eligible to submit tenders.
A mandatory site visit has been scheduled for Thursday 17th December, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. at Lobby
Entrance, Flagship Building, 9-15 e TecK Blvd., Tamana InTech Park, Waller eld. Failure to attend the site visit
will render the prospective bidder ineligible to submit a Tender.
Tenders must be deposited into the marked Tender Box at the address above by Tuesday 29th December,
2015 at 2:00 p.m. and opened thereafter. Late Tenders will be rejected. All bids must be accompanied
by a bid security of Fifty Thousand Dollars (TTD50,000.00) or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible
The Site of the Works is Tamana InTech Park, Waller eld.
Tenders must be submitted strictly in accordance with the Tender Documents. e TecK does not bind itself to
accept the lowest or any Tender and reserves the right to negotiate price with any Tenderer.
Evolving TecKnologies and Enterprise Development Company Ltd (e TecK)
Flagship Building, 9-15 e TecK Blvd., Tamana InTech Park, Waller eld
Mathews made an unbeaten half cen-
tury as Sri Lanka prepared for the
first cricket Test against New Zealand
with a draw yesterday in a three-day
match against a President s XI.
Mathews made 54 not out, opener
Udara Jayasundera made 63 and
Kithuruwan Vithanage hit 61 as Sri
Lanka reached 226--6 in its second
innings at the Queenstown Events
Centre after trailing by 206 runs after
the first innings.
The President s XI reached 399--8
in its first innings in reply to Sri Lanka s
193, helped by Shawn Hicks unbeaten
79 and Tim Johnston s 72 batting at
No 9. Dushmantha Chameera finished
Sri Lanka batted the remainder of
the day with the help of three half
centuries, including Mathews from
87 balls. The first test starts Thursday
at Dunedin. (AP)
Sri Lanka draws with
President's XI in tour match
WASHINGTON---Michael Phelps didn t know if he
had enough room left to win another swimming
championship on Friday night.
Turns out he did have enough --- but barely.
Phelps surged ahead in the final ten metres and
out-touched Tom Shields by three-hundredths of a
second to win the 100-metre butterfly at the US
Winter National Championships.
The 30-year-old Phelps, an 18-time Olympic gold
medalist, finished in 51.38 seconds.
"I saw Tom at the break and I like, Uh-oh, " Phelps
"But I did watch his stroke this morning, and his
stroke changed a lot. It was higher tempo-based than
it was in the past. So I thought if I was anywhere
close in the last 25, I thought I had a chance. That s
usually where I kind of accelerate a little bit."
Phelps won the 200 individual medley Thursday,
and is set to compete in the 200 butterfly Saturday.
Shields was in front and Phelps was in third place,
36 hundredths of a second behind, as they went into
the 50-metre turn. Coming down the stretch, Phelps
passed Santo Candorelli, but was still trailing Shields.
He caught up with about 15 metres left, then nudged
in front just in time.
"I was thinking about the race more than I should
have been," Shields said. "Maybe I took one too many
looks, or I just didn t get my finishing strokes. On
my way out, I swam with five different rhythms,
trying to find one that works. But for right now,
that s good. This isn t a trials final, it s not the Olympic
final. So there s time to work through those things."
Phelps world record 100 fly time, which has stood
since 2009, is 49.82. He wasn t close to that on
Friday, but still clearly was pleased with what he did.
"I ve never been under 52 the season really all of
the last two years. Now I did it twice I one day,"
Phelps said. (He went 51.96 in Friday morning s pre-
liminaries.) "I can t complain too much."
Missy Franklin came from fifth place halfway
through the 100 backstroke to beat Ali Deloof by
seven-tenths of a second, clocking 1:00.03. Franklin
won the 2012 Olympic gold medal in the event.
Phelps wasn t the only one to win a second Winter
Nationals title Friday.
Maya DiRado, Allison Schmitt and Conor Dwyer
also raced to their second victories. DiRado took the
women s 400 IM in 4:36.85 after winning the 200
IM on Thursday, Schmitt took the women s 200 free
in 1:56.77 after taking the 400 free, and Dwyer won
the men s 200 free in 1:46.62 after winning the 400
Chase Kalisz won the men s 400 IM, Dana Vollmer
the women s 100 butterfly, Yulia Efimova the women s
100 breaststroke, Sam Tierney the men s 100 breast,
and Matt Grevers the men s 100 back. (AP)
Phelps rallies to
win another title
Michael Phelps looks up at the results after
swimming in the men's 100 meter butterfly during a
preliminary race in the U.S. Winter Nationals
swimming event on Friday, in Federal Way,
Washington. AP PHOTO
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