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INVITATION TO TENDER No. 02/2017
Tender for For Grass Cutting and Ground Pest Control Services
The Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority (TTCAA) invites sealed tenders for the pro-
vision of Grass Cutting and Ground Pest Control Services for a period of three (3) years in
respect of TTCAA sites in located in both Trinidad and Tobago.
There will be a mandatory site visit on February 22, 2017 in Trinidad and February 23,
2017 in Tobago.
Interested eligible tenderers may obtain complete tender documents at the TTCAA Admin-
istrative Complex, Caroni North Bank Road, Piarco during normal working hours (Monday
-- Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm) upon payment of a non-refundable Tender Collection Fee of
TTD $900.00 payable via Linx or Credit Card ONLY during the period February 6 - 14, 2017.
Completed tender documents in plain sealed envelopes, marked Tender No. 02/2017 -- For
Grass Cutting and Ground Pest Control Services should be addressed to:
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO CIVIL AVIATION AUTHORITY
CARONI NORTH BANK ROAD
And deposited in the Blue Tender Box No. 2 at the TTCAA's main reception desk by 2:30 pm
on March 10, 2017. Tenders will be opened in the Safety Regulations Department meeting
room of the TTCAA Administration Building on March 10, 2017 at 3:00pm, in the presence
of tenderers' representatives who choose to attend.
This procurement process is not intended to create and shall not create a formal legally bind-
ing bidding process and shall instead be governed by the law applicable to direct commercial
negotiations. For greater clarity and without limitation:
1. The RFP/Tender shall not give rise to any "Contract A"-based tendering law duties or
any other legal obligations arising out of any process contract or collateral contract: and
2. Neither the Tenderer nor TTCAA shall have the right to make any breach of Contract,
tort or any other claims against the other with respect to the award of a contract,
failure to award contract or failure to honor a response to the RFP/Tender.
The TTCAA reserves the right to reject or accept any tender and is not bound to give
reasons for its decision. Late tenders will not be accepted.
The TTCAA also reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or par-
tially without defraying any cost incurred by any tenderer in submitting or preparing
to submit a tender.
Chairman, Tenders Committee
Trinidad and Tobago Civil Aviation Authority
OKLAHOMA CITY--- Kevin Du-
rant scored 34 points while be-
ing booed throughout his return
to Oklahoma City, and the Golden
State Warriors beat the Thunder
130-114 in a tough-fought game
on Saturday night.
It was Durant's first game back
since he left the Thunder after eight
seasons in Oklahoma City to join
the rival Warriors as a free agent last
The crowd jeered him loudly during
pregame warm-ups, starter introduc-
tions and whenever he touched the
Emotions ran high throughout
the game. At one point in the third
quarter, Durant and Oklahoma City's
Russell Westbrook yelled at each other
as they walked toward their benches
during a timeout. Later in the third
quarter, Oklahoma City's Andre
Roberson fouled Durant hard, and
the two got in each other's faces and
were called for double technicals.
Westbrook finished with 47 points,
11 rebounds and eight assists.
CAVALIERS 125, NUGGETS 109
CLEVELAND (AP) --- LeBron James
and Kyrie Irving each scored 27 points
and combined for three 3-pointers in
Cleveland's long-range barrage in the
James added 12 assists in 32 minutes
as the defending NBA champions won
for the fifth time in six February games
after going 7-8 in January.
Back from a four-game road trip,
the Cavs didn't find their range until
after halftime, when they opened the
third with an 18-0 run to take control.
Irving drained two 3s on consecu-
tive possessions, Kevin Love hit two
more and James dropped another in
a span of 2:43 as Cleveland pulled
away and improved to 23-5 at Quicken
Nikola Jokic had 27 points and 13
rebounds for the Nuggets, who played
their third game in four nights.
ROCKETS 133, SUNS 102
HOUSTON (AP) --- James Harden
scored 40 points in three quarters
and Houston never trailed against
Houston led by 26 at halftime and
opened the second half with a 14-3
run, led by six points from Harden,
to make it 91-54 with nine minutes
left in the third quarter.
Harden made three 3-pointers in
the third quarter, capped by one from
the top of the key with about 30 sec-
onds left that gave him 40 points. He
found Sam Dekker on an alley-oop
after that, and the Rockets got a huge
ovation when Dekker finished with a
one-handed dunk to make it 111-77
entering the fourth quarter.
guardian.co.tt Monday, February 13, 2017
Durant helps Warriors quiet Thunder
Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant (35) reaches
for a rebound with Oklahoma City Thunder forward Jerami
Grant (9) in front of Thunder center Steven Adams, right,
in the first quarter of an NBA basketball game in
Oklahoma City, on Saturday. AP PHOTO
n 76ERS 117, HEAT 109
n CLIPPERS 107,
n BUCKS 116, PACERS 100
n MAVERICKS 112, MAGIC 80
n CELTICS 112, JAZZ 104
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