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The Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (the Authority) invites sealed Bids from suitably qualified companies/firms who are
registered in Trinidad and Tobago for the
“MAINTENANCE OF DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPING AND FENCE LINE AT ANR ROBINSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT”
Tender Documents may be perused both at the Airports Authority Administration Centres, South Terminal, Piarco International
Airport, Golden Grove Road, Piarco and at the ANR Robinson International Airport Tobago but can only be taken away upon payment
of a non-refundable Tender Fee of Five hundred Dollars (TT$500.00). Documents will be available from Tuesday 13th December
2016. A copy of this receipt must be submitted with the Bid.
Prospective Tenderers are required to attend a mandatory pre-bid meeting and site visit to acquaint themselves with conditions
which may influence their Tender. The Pre-Bid Meeting and Site Visit is scheduled for Monday 19th December 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
at the Conference Room, Administration Centre, ANR Robinson International Airport.
Tenderers must submit one (1) original and three (3) copies of the Tender in sealed envelopes labeled
“Maintenance of Drainage, Landscaping and Fence Line at ANR Robinson International Airport”
and addressed to
The envelopes must be deposited in the Tender Box located in the Lobby of the Airports Administration Centre no later than
2:00 p.m. on Monday 16th January 2017.
The Tenders will be opened publicly shortly thereafter at 2:30 p.m. Tenderers or representatives may be present at the opening.
Late Tenders will not be considered in any circumstances. Tenders submitted by means of facsimile or email shall not be considered.
The Authority will not defray any cost incurred by Tenderers during the preparation and/or submission of their Bids.
Failure to attend the mandatory pre bid meeting and site visit will result in disqualification of the tender.
The Authority does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any other Tender.
Secretary – Tenders Committee
Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
Airports Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
Golden Grove Road
MAINTENANCE OF DRAINAGE, LANDSCAPING
AND FENCE LINE AT
ANR ROBINSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
Tobago footballer died of massive heart attack
Tobago footballer, Andrew
“Eman” Andrews, 22, died
from a massive heart attack
according to aAn autopsy on
Thursday. The autopsy was
performed by pathologist
Prof Herbert Daisley, who
also found the play had de-
veloped fluid in his lungs.
The Sunday Guardian spoke
to the his grandmother, Rosie
Nancis, 65, who yesterday said
the pathologist explained to her
that her grandson’s heart was
swollen.BShe added that she
was told the fluid in his lungs
was his own vomit, which more
than likely occurred when CPR
was attempted to save his life.
The medical terms for the
cause of death was on Thursday
read as an “acute myocardial in-
fraction”. Andrews, a player of
four years with the Earlbrokes
football team collapsed on Sun-
day evening during a Champi-
onship Division game, against
Bethel United at Mt St George,
Teammates had attempted
CPR on him, while they await-
ed an EHS ambulance. He was
eventually taken to the Scarbor-
ough General Hospital on the
back of a tray of a Navara van,
owned by a fire officer.
Nancis also confirmed her
grandson’s mother, Neisha
Andrews, had arrived in T&T
from the US, but said she was
too distraught to speak. She
last saw her son in August after
16 years abroad but they spoke
often, said Nancis.
Anthony Moore, president of
the Tobago Football Association
yesterday confirmed that the
TFA had made a financial con-
tribution of $5,000, towards his
burial, expected to take place on
December 13 at the Goodwood
Playfield, Tobago at 1 pm.Tobago
clubs, he added, are expected to
give Nancis their donations on
South family suffered
similar ordeal in 2014
In 2014, budding Club Sando
footballer Marcus Lawrence,
collapsed after scoring a goal
during football practice. The 21
year old had been practicing at
the Skinners Park, San Fernando
on his club’s home grounds.
According to reports, Law-
rence was taken to the San Fer-
nando General Hospital where
doctors attempted to resuscitate
him. They were unsuccessful and
Lawrence died shortly after.
His autopsy said he died from
heart valve failure, even though,
his mother, Marlene Nelson,
had said then, her son had had
no known medical problems. Dr
Daisley had concluded then that
the 21-year-old La Romaine suf-
fered mitral valve incompetence,
acute left ventricular failure and
ruptured aortic arch dissection.
Additionally, the autopsy found
he had also suffered from chron-
ic mitral valve disease, which
meant that Lawrence’s heart
failed while he was playing foot-
ball and it was unable to pump
blood out of the heart.
Tough start for La Rose in San Jose
T&T’s Dennis La Rose start to
his campaign to get to the 2020
Paralympic Games got off to a tough
start when he ended winless in his
four player Men’s Singles Class Five
group on Thursday’s opening day
of competition at the Copa Costa
Rica 2016 Factor 20 International
Table-Tennis Federation Paralym-
pic Tournament in San Jose, Costa
Playing at the BN Arena, Hatillo
Sports City, La Rose was beaten by Bra-
zilian duo, Fabio Carlos Santos (5-11,
9-11, 11-13), and Renato Santos (9-11,
6-11, 3-11), and Japan’s Kentaro Doi,
4-11, 5-11, 3-11.
La Rose also competed in the Team
events with Brazil’s Renato Santos and
enjoyed a mix start after their first two
matches against Brazilians teams from
Eziquiel Babes/Alexandre Macieira/
Ecildo De Oliveira which they lost
0-2 before beating aIvanildo De Fre-
itas/Fabio Carlos Santos 2-0 ahead of
their match with Costa Ricans, Sebas-
tien Chaves and Freddy Jose Baltodano
which they were expected to win for
second spot overall.
Following the conclusion of the
tournament today, (Sunday), La Rose,
55, will journey to Las Vegas, USA to
compete in the Para Table-Tennis US
Open from Wednesday.
Last year the T&T player, who is
also the coach of local club, Carenage
Blasters reached the last-eight of the
Para-Pan American Games in Canada.
Carter chases after
50m butterfly gold
T&T’s Dylan Carter went in
search an elusive medal in the
men’s 50m butterfly final at the
13th FINA World Short Course
(25m) Swimming Championships
last night at the WFCU Centre,
Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
A fourth placed finisher in the men’s
200m freestyle final on Wednesday
night in a new national record of one
minute, 42.48 seconds, the 20-year-
old Carter of the University of Southern
California was second in the second
semifinal and third fastest overall from
lane two, in 22.53 seconds to trail USA’s
Tom Shields who won in 22.38.
Shields is a 2016 Rio Olympic final-
ist in the 100 butterfly, and swam the
heats on the USA gold medal winning
4 x 100m medley Olympic relay team.
He is currently holds US Short
Course record in the 50m butterfly,
100m butterfly, and the 200m but-
Russian Aleksandr Popkov was a dis-
tant third in the heat in 22.69 while
Ukraine’s Andrii Govorov (22.70) and
Venezuela’s Albert Subirats (22.76)
were fourth and fifth respectively and
also qualified for the gold medal splash.
The trio of Brazilians Nicholas San-
tos (22.82), Lithuania’s Mindaugas
Sadauskas (22.87) and Mexico’s Dan-
iel Carranza (22.96) occupied places
sixth, seventh and eighth respectively,
and did not advance.
The three qualifiers from semifinal
one were the Olympic, World and Com-
monwealth Games champion as well
as the Commonwealth record holder
in the 50m and 100m butterfly South
African Chad Le Clos who won his
event in 22.41 ahead of Australian Da-
vid Morgan (22.62) and Japan’s Takeshi
Belerusian Tauhen Tsurkin (22.82),
Ukraine’s Andrii Khloptsov (22.88),
Great Britain’s Adam Barrett (22.92),
Russian Daniil Pakhomov (23.00) and
China’s Zhuhao Li (23.52) also contest-
ed semifinal one but did not advance.
Earlier on Friday in the morning
heats, Carter was fourth fastest in
heat 11 of 13 and ninth best overall, in
22.85 seconds, a new national record
to erased the record of Joshua Mc Leod
(23.08) which was set in 2014.
The trio finishing ahead of him in the
heat were Kawamoto (22.62), Popkov
(22.68) and Shields (22.79) who were
the second, third and seventh fastest
Brazilian Nicholas Santos, the 2012
event winner was the fastest home
overall when he won the 12th heat in
22.53 seconds ahead Morgan (22.69),
and Govorov (23.07); Subirats won heat
nine in 22.75 to earn his spot among the
top 16 qualifiers and was joined by heat
eight winner, Carranza (22.89) while
Barrett (22.76), defending 50m butter-
fly champion Le Clos (22.84), Tsurkin
(22.85), Khloptsov (23.01), Belurusian
Pavel Sankovich (23.09), Pakhomov
(23.19) and Sadauskas (23.22) all qual-
ified from the final heat.
...lowers national record again
Caribbean Swim Stars: Dylan Carter, centre, is flanked by two Aruban athletes,
close friend Jordy Groters, left and Daniella Van Den Berg. PHOTO: COURTESY
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