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Thursday, March 15, 2018
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THE CLOSING DATE AND TIME IS FINAL AND ATTEMPTS TO SUBMIT
BIDS AFTER THAT WILL NOT BE ALLOWED. THE TIME USED WOULD
BE THAT TAKEN FROM THE COMMISSION’S CLOCK LOCATED NEXT
TO THE TENDER BOX.
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL QUERIES MUST BE RECEIVED NO LATER
THAN 14 CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR TO THE CLOSING DATE AND
RESPONSES WILL BE PROVIDED AT LEAST 7 CALENDAR DAYS PRIOR
TO THE CLOSING DATE OF THE TENDER.
Please note that persons who are purchasing and dropping off tenders
are required to observe the dress code. Persons dressed in sleeveless tops,
slippers, or short pants will NOT be allowed to enter the compound.
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CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 17th April, 2018 TIME: 1:30 P.M.
Civil and Earthing Works for
Construction of a 12kV Switch House
and Associated Works at the Couva
Site visit information below
CLOSING DATE: Thursday 12th April, 2018 TIME: 11:45 A.M.
Bare Copper Conductor (Wire: 4/0
Copper Stranded: Hard Drawn 19
18035 Wire: Steel: Stay-Span: 69.6KN
Documents for the above-mentioned Tenders are now available
online. Tenderers are required to pay for these documents at
the Trinidad and Tobago Electricity Commission, Supplies
Department, LP#846, Southern Main Road, King Village,
California, BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 8:30 A.M. TO 11:45 A.M.
AND 1:00 P.M. TO 3:00 P.M. MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS EXCEPT
PUBLIC HOLIDAYS. Upon payment of the non-refundable fees
shown above an E-Slip will be issued for obtaining the
necessary tender documents online.
Completed Tender Bids can be submitted between the hours of
8:30 A.M. TO 11:45 A.M. AND 1:00 P.M. TO 3:30 P.M. Mondays to
Fridays EXCEPT Public Holidays and on the closing date as
Interested Tenderers are required to provide valid contact
information (Email Address, Telephone Number, Mailing Address)
when purchasing Tender Documents.
Tenders are invited for the following items:
Please be advised that a mandatory site visit meeting is scheduled for the following:
Tender No. 18033 on Tuesday 27th March, 2018 at 9:00 A.M. Tenderers are
asked to assemble at the Couva 66/12kV Substation, Balmain Main Road, Couva.
All Tenderers are reminded that they must be equipped with their PPE. This
includes Safety Shoes, Safety Glasses, Safety Helmet and Flame Retardant
Clothing. Tenderers are reminded that no short pants or sleeveless tops should
be worn. For further information please contact Mr. Sandeep Ramnarace at Tel.
No. (868) 636-8110 ext 9330.
CLOSING DATE: Tuesday 24th April, 2018 TIME: 1:30 P.M.
Cutouts: Open Fuse 15kV, 200 Amps
18030 Sleeves: Mylar Disconnection Type: D5
Coded 2-Red Meter Disconnection
Unit Trust Corporation (UTC) proved its win on
Monday to capture the Jean Pierre Challenge title
was no fluke, returning the following day to close
off league action with a victory over Bermudez in
the Court All Sectors Netball League.
Led again by Dionne James and Ayanna Peters
with the inclusion of Roannta Dalrymple later
on, UTC defeated Bermudez, 39-27 on Tuesday
evening at the Joao Havelange Centre of Excel-
lence in Macoya.
As they did in the win against Police on Mon-
day in the final of the Knockout competition for
teams in that division, James and Peters opened in
the circle for UTC, giving their team a good start
leading 10-7 at the end of the first quarter. UTC
remained ahead at the half, increasing its lead to
Bermudez through goal-shooter Makeda De-
Freitas, who scored the bulk of her team’s goals
with 20 in 27, fought back in the third period and
reduced its deficit to six (28-22) heading into the
However, UTC had other ideas and pulled away
again to close out with a 12-goal victory.
James was best for UTC, shooting with 82 per
cent accuracy, producing 23 goals off 28 tries. Pe-
ters poured in 13 of 19 and Dalrymple added the
other three off four attempts.
In the opening match of the evening, the final
match-up in the Alternative Division league com-
petition, MIC Tigers closed off with a 20-goal (31-
18) victory over Jabloteh, to finish runners-up in
the standings with 10 points. MIC recorded five
wins and a loss to place behind champion Fire,
who played unbeaten this season for full 12 points.
Third was Police Youth Club (PYC) with eight
points from four wins and two losses.
Unfortunately, Jabloteh failed to register a win
and placed at the bottom of the seven-team com-
This evening, Police and Harlem meet in the
opening match of the Retro Division knockout
competition from 5.30 pm.
Later, Premiership teams get their chance to
compete for their divisional knockout title.
Bermudez 27 (Makeda DeFreitas 20/27, Indra
Anderson 4/6, Kurtisha Hoyce 3/4) vs UTC 39 (Dionne
James 23/28, Ayanna Peters 13/19, Roannta Dalrymple
3/4). Quarter scores: 1st. 10-7 (UTC); 2nd. 21-13 (UTC),
3rd. 28-22 (UTC).
Jabloteh 18 (Chantal Francis 3/7, Correne Torres 14/23,
Shian Beharry 1/2) vs MIC Tigers 38 (Meagan Lessey
21/35, Rhonita Williams 15/21, Jeannette Singh 2/8).
Quarter scores: 1st. 14-4 (MIC); 2nd. 23-11 (MIC), 3rd.
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Members of the St Mary’s Mucurapo Boys’ RC Primary School team go through a routine which led them to be judged winners during the
Central A March Past event at the Magic Mist Central Games Primary Schools Track & Field meeting at the Hasely Crawford Stadium,
Wrighston Road, Port-of-Spain on Tuesday.
PICTURE NICOLE DRAYTON
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