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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
“THE MAINTENANCE OF THE SPLIT AIR CONDITIONING UNITS, PIARCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT”
Tender Documents maybe perused at the Information Resource Centre, Administration Centre, South Terminal, Piarco International
Airport, Golden Grove Road, Piarco but can only be taken away upon payment of a non-refundable Tender Fee of five hundred Dollars
($500.00). Documents will be available from Thursday 01st June 2017. A copy of this receipt must be submitted with
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 are scheduled for Wednesday 14th June 2017 at
10:00 a.m. at the Conference Room, North Terminal, Piarco International Airport.
Tenderers must submit one (1) original, one (1) hard copy and one (1) PDF copy on a flash drive of the Tender, in sealed envelopes
identifying each Tender Package with label:
“The Maintenance of the Split Air Conditioning Units, Piarco 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 Friday 30th June 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
THE MAINTENANCE OF THE
SPLIT AIR CONDITIONING UNITS,
PIARCO INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
As if it needed any more of
a boost, two-time defending
champion Oracle Team USA
will start the 35th America’s
Cup match ahead 1-0.
Owned by software billionaire
Larry Ellison and skippered by
Australian Jimmy Spithill, Ora-
cle Team USA sailed a masterful
race on Bermuda’s Great Sound
on the final day of the qualifiers
yesterday to beat Emirates Team
New Zealand and earn a bonus
point in the 35th America’s Cup
match that starts June 17.
It’s just one of the radical depar-
tures from tradition in this Ameri-
ca’s Cup, which, perhaps fittingly,
is being sailed on the northern tip
of the Bermuda Triangle.
Imagine if the World Cup final
started with one team already
ahead by a goal. Or the World Se-
ries starting with one team already
up by one game. That’s similar
to what Oracle gained. “We just
won a race in the Cup, boys. Good
work,” tactician Tom Slingsby told
his crewmates after Oracle’s fast,
50-foot catamaran splashed down
off its foils at the end of the race.
This is the first time the defend-
er has sailed with the challeng-
ers in the preliminaries. It’s the
first time a bonus point has been
awarded for the match. Oracle will
need to win only six races starting
June 17. The challenger will still
need to win seven in order to pry
the oldest trophy in internation-
al sports away from powerhouse
Spithill knows how valuable
wins are in the match. In 2013,
Oracle started the America’s Cup
showdown with the Kiwis down
two points after being penalised
in the biggest cheating scandal
in the regatta’s 166-year histo-
ry. Oracle struggled for speed in
the early races and replaced tac-
tician John Kostecki with British
sailing star Ben Ainslie. The Kiwis
reached match point at 8-1 and
were way ahead in what would
have been the clinching race, but
it was abandoned after the time
limit expired on a fluky day on
San Francisco Bay. Oracle then
won eight straight races in one of
the greatest comebacks in sports
to keep the Auld Mug.
Oracle will now train on its own
while the challengers sail their
semi-finals, which start today,
and finals. Top-seeded Emirates
Team New Zealand chose Ainslie’s
syndicate, Land Rover BAR, as
its opponent in the semi-finals.
SoftBank Team Japan will face
Sweden’s Artemis Racing in the
Oracle beats Kiwis in
Bermuda for 35th
America’s Cup bonus point
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