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PRE-QUALIFICATION FOR SUB-CONTRACTORS AND SUPPLIERS
HD Engineering Limited hereby invites locally suitable qualified Sub Contractors
and Suppliers to become pre-qualified with HD Engineering Ltd for the period 2016
to 2019 for the following categories:
(a) Facilities & Building Maintenance / Interior Design
(b) Building Repairs & Maintenance / Structural
(c) Landscaping & Ground Maintenance
(d) Civil Works
(e) Equipment Lease & Rental
Instructions for Purchase
• Each pre-qualification package for registration may be purchased at a
non-refundable fee of TT$100.00 VAT inclusive, made payable to HD
Engineering Limited by cash or cheque. A copy of the Pre-Qualification
Questionnaire will be available for your review at HD's head office.
Pre-Qualification Questionnaires can be collected at HD Engineering Ltd's
Head Office, 21 Scott Bushe Street, Port of Spain during the hours of
9:00am to 4:00pm, Monday to Friday from January 18, 2016 to January 29,
2016. Pre-Qualification docs will NOT be available after January 22, 2016.
Applicants must purchase a separate package for each category for which
Pre-Qualification is sought.
SUBMISSION OF PACKAGES
Completed Pre-Qualification submissions shall be placed in sealed envelopes
clearly labelled as follows:-
"Secretary, Tenders Committee"
HD Engineering Limited
21 Scott Bushe Street
Port of Spain
and deposited in the designated labelled tender box located at 21 Scott Bushe
Street, Port of Spain on or before the submission date of February 29, 2016 no later
Late submissions will NOT be considered under any circumstances.
Applicants are advised to submit ALL documents required in the Pre-Qualification
Questionnaire. Failure to do so may result in disqualification.
Further enquiries, clarifications and/or further information can be sent to HD
Engineering Limited, 21 Scott Bushe Street, Port of Spain OR call 623-9641.0118032
AUBURN HILLS---The Golden
State Warriors failed to match the
best mid-season win-loss record
in NBA history when they lost 113-
95 at Detroit on Saturday, suffering
their second loss in three games.
The Warriors had been aiming
to match the 1971-72 Los Angeles
Lakers and 1995-96 Chicago Bulls
in reaching the midway point of the
season at 38-3, but fell short.
They did retain a 10-1/2 game
lead in the Pacific Division as their
nearest rivals, the Los Angeles Clip-
pers, lost at home against Sacra-
mento to end a 10-game winning
Elsewhere, Memphis defeated
New York in a grudge match, and
a Jae Crowder lay-up with four sec-
onds left gave Boston victory at
Much of the pregame talk around
the Pistons-Warriors clash centered
on how well Kentavious Caldwell-
Pope might be able to restrict Gold-
en State ace Stephen Curry. The
Warriors star scored 38 points, but
Caldwell-Pope gave the Pistons a
boost offensively with 20 points of
Detroit retired Ben Wallace s No.
3 jersey at halftime, and by that
time the Pistons led 65-49 on a
raucous night at the Palace.
Andre Drummond had 14 points
and 21 rebounds, and Reggie Jackson
scored 20 points for Detroit, which
had six players in double figures.
The Clippers trailed throughout
the second half in losing 110-103
DeMarcus Cousins had 19 points
and 13 rebounds and Omri Casspi
added 17 points for the Kings.
Casspi went 5 for 8 from 3-point
JJ Redick scored 22 points, hitting
five 3-pointers, for the Clippers,
who had been tied with San Anto-
nio for the longest active win streak
in the NBA.
Memphis beat New York 103-95
in the first game between the teams
since the NBA suspended Grizzlies
forward Matt Barnes for two games
for his fight with Knicks coach
Derek Fisher in October.
Despite the buildup, there were
no incidents between Barnes and
Marc Gasol had 37 points and
eight rebounds for the Grizzlies
while Kristaps Porzingis led the
Knicks with 17 points.
Boston s Crowder sank the go-
ahead layup with 3.9 seconds left
off a pass from Marcus Smart, lift-
ing the Celtics to a 119-117 win at
Isaiah Thomas scored 32 points
while Crowder added 22 points for
Boston, which had five players in
double figures and trailed by 11
points at one stage during the sec-
John Wall scored a season-high
36 points for Washington, but
missed a potential tying runner at
the buzzer. He also had 13 assists.
Milwaukee s Khris Middleton
scored 24 points on 11-of-16 shoot-
ing, leading the Bucks to a 105-92
win at Charlotte.
Pistons deny Warriors share of NBA record
Golden State Warriors guard Leandro Barbosa (19) looks around Detroit Pistons
centre Aron Baynes (12) during the second half of an NBA basketball game,
Saturday in Auburn Hills, Mich. AP PHOTO
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