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LAKE ASPHALT OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO (1978) LIMITED
Brighton, La Brea
1. Lake Asphalt of Trinidad and Tobago (1978) Limited (Lake Asphalt) has authorized tendering for the
Tender Ref. No.
The Provision of Janitorial Services.
Monday 03 April, 2017 - 3:00 pm.
Proponents are invited to submit proposals.
2. Proponents are advised that Tender Packages will be available from Thursday 16 March, 2017 at the
between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 12 noon
and from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
3. Proponents shall bear all costs associated with the preparation and submission of the Proposal.
4. There is a non-refundable fee of
for the Tender Package
which MUST be paid via cash or Manager's cheque to
Limited" at the Cashier. Packages will be presented upon payment.
5. Proponents shall submit one (1) original and two (2) copies.
6. Completed Proposals MUST be addressed to:
Lake Asphalt of Trinidad & Tobago (1978) Limited
Brighton, La Brea
Trinidad, West Indies
7. Sealed packages must be placed in the appropriately labelled box "Tender Box" situated in the Lobby
of the Administration Building.
8. Responses for this Tender MUST be submitted in accordance with the instructions given in the Tender
9. Late Tenders will NOT be considered.
10. All queries in respect of this Tender MUST be directed to the
Tel: 868-648-7555/8521 (Ext. 2223)
11. A Pre-Bid and Site Visit meeting is scheduled for Wednesday 22 March, 2017 at 10:00 a.m. at the
Human Resource building.
Skeene moves into
Solange Skeene progressed to the semifinal
round of the Shell-sponsored Tranquility Open
Tennis Tournament today where she will take on
Anya King in the Women's Singles at the club's
Victoria Street, Port-of-Spain home.
Skeene, daughter of T&T Pro League's Chief Exec-
utive Officer (CEO) Dexter Skeene, earned her place
in the round of four by beating Chelsea Mukerji in
straight sets on court one yesterday. The Tennis As-
sociation of T&T nominee for the First Citizens Jun-
ior Sports Awards, showed why she was the obvious
choice yesterday afternoon, by dismissing Mukerji
6-0, 6-0, hardly breaking a sweat on her way to to-
Only the day before, Skeene who turned 13 years last
month, came from a set down to shock the overwhelm-
ing favourite Emma Davis in her opening round 3-6,
6-3 and 6-4 and progressed to the quarters. Today
however she faces another tough opposition in King,
the fourth-seed who is also in good form. Yesterday
Skeene thanked God for reaching the semis and prom-
ised to do her best to advance to the final.
"All is possible for today's match, so we will see
what happens. I will do my best," Skeene said.
King on the otherhand said both players will have
to play their best game to progress today.
"Skeene has been playing her best tennis and it
showed against Davis on Tuesday, so it will not be a
walk in the park for me. But I have also been playing
well so it can be anybody's game, and I hope it will
King advanced yesterday with a 6-3, 6-4 triumph
over Abigail Jones while Shenelle Mohammed had an
almost flawless win 6-0, 6-1 over Victoria Koylass to
book a place in today's second women's semis against
national Under-16 champion Yin Lee Assang, who
defeated Lily Lanser 6-3, 6-2.
In another match yesterday the pair of Shenelle
Mohammed and Keneel Teasdale prevailed over the
duo of Maria Honore and Chelsea Mukerji 6-1, 6-2 to
move into the final of the Women's Doubles.
Senior women to
T&T Football Asso-
ciation (TTFA) has se-
cured two internation-
al warm up matches for
the senior women's
team against Vene-
zuela's senior women's
team carded for March
26 and March 29 at the
Ato Boldon Stadium in
Couva. The games will
This will be the first
pair of international
matches for head coach
Carolina Morace and her
staff since they com-
menced duties in January.
Morace spoke about the
upcoming games prior to
yesterday evening's train-
ing session at the Hasely
Crawford Stadium train-
ing pitch in Mucurapo,
saying she was grateful
to have the opportunity
to test her team against
the South Americans.
"It is good to have the
opportunity to play two
international games at the
end of the month and it's
good for the preparation
of the team. I have to
say thank you to David
the president worked
hard to have these two
matches here," Morace
will be the second time I
will have the opportuni-
ty to see the players who
are based in the United
States. We will not be
fast because we still are
in the early stage of our
preparations. We have
had some friendly games
against the local boys and
against the Under-20s
and these two games will
give a good opportunity
to measure where we are
at this point," the Ital-
"There will be some
of the US-based play-
ers coming back for the
game. I still have not had
the chance to see some
of them because they
are with Colleges and
even though they want
to have, they are not be-
ing released to us as yet
and their coaches want
to determine when they
are able to come but un-
fortunately I decide when
have we to start and finish
Carolina Morace with her players at training on Wednesday at Hasely Crawford training pitch.
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