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INVITATION TO TENDER
To All Registered Contractors With the
CHAGUANAS BOROUGH CORPORATION
In accordance with C.T.B. Ordinance Regulation 12/2 (b) and Legal Notice #234 as amended which
falls under the C
, tenders are invited for Construction Works under
the Development Programme for the following:
1. Felicity Cemetery Box Drain
1. Lyle Lane Street Box Drain
2. Chaguanas Anglican Cemetery Box Drain 2. Bernard Road Outfall Box Drain
3. Longdenville Cemetery Box Drain
3. Eugene Street Box Drain & Box Drain &
4. Hassarath Cemetery Box Drain
5. Chaguanas Anglican Cemetery Box Drain 4. Mistry Trace Box Drain
1. Boland Trace Box Drain
2. Crown Tracew Outfall Box Drain
3. 16th & 17th Street Edinburgh 500 Box Drain
4. Coconut Drive Box Drain
Prospective Tenderers who wish to did must be Registered Contractor with the Corporation whose
name appears on the List of Contractors. (All Petty Contractors must be approved by the
Minister of Finance, Director of Contracts, Circular Memorandum 2/l/16 dated 12/03/1997).
Tender documents may be perused at the Tender Department of the Old Administrative Building
and can be obtained during the hours of 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and 1.00 p.m. to 3.00 p.m. at a
non-refundable cost of $500.00 per package.
A Public Notice, an invitation to Tender along with a listing of 411 Registered Contractors
will be placed at the Security Desk of the Old Administrative Building.
Tenders must be accompanied by an original Valid Income Tax and Value Added Tax Clearance
Certificates issued by the Board of Inland Revenue and date not more than (6) six months prior to
the closing date of the tender. All other instructions are attached to the tender packages.
A pre-tender meeting followed by a site visit will be held on Wednesday 19th March, 2014 at
9.00 a.m at the Technical Department.
Tenders will be closed on Monday 24th March, 2014 at 10.30 a.m. Tender documents are
to be deposited in the big WHITE TENDER BOX located at the -ic security desk of the Old
Tenders will be opened shortly thereafter. Tenderer or his representative may be present at
Late Tenders will not be considered I under any circumstances. The Committee does not bind
itself to accept the lowest or any other tender.
The Committee reserves the right to cancel the bidding process in its entirety or even partially
without defraying any cost incurred by any firm in submitting their tender.
For further technical information, please contact the County Superintendent at 665-5351/2427
Ext. 229, any other queries may be addressed to the Tender Clerk at Ext. 235 or e-mail:
Chief Executive Officer
Chaguanas Borough Corporation
BERLIN---Borussia Dortmund captain
Sebastian Kehl scored the only goal as his
team consolidated second place in the Bun-
desliga with a 1-0 win at his former club
Kehl s goal came against the run of play in
the 58th minute when he swept the ball over
Freiburg goalkeeper Oliver Baumann from
around 25 metres with his left foot.
"We didn t really have any shots on goal.
Dortmund neither---apart from Kehl s shot,"
Baumann said. "It s annoying, because we
were holding our own."
The result prevented Freiburg from escaping
the relegation zone with a win. It would have
been the club s 100th home win in 500 Bun-
desliga games. Dortmund restored its 20-point
gap behind runaway leader Bayern Munich.
"Whoever wins these sorts of games
becomes champion, but that doesn t apply
(this season)," Dortmund coach Juergen Klopp
joked, referring to Bayern s unprecedented
Both Dortmund and Freiburg canceled each
other out in a first half of few real threats,
and there weren t many more chances in the
"It was a lucky win for us. You have to say
that," Dortmund defender Mats Hummels
Dortmund s Sokratis was fortunate to escape
with just a yellow card at the end of the first
when he appeared to take down the surging
"If he showed a card at all, it should be red
as he was the last defender," Zulechner said.
Mainz drew 1-1 at home with Hertha Berlin
in yesterday s late game, a result that cost
both sides the chance to climb into the Euro-
pean qualification places.
Hertha goalkeeper Thomas Kraft made a
series of key interventions as the home side
came closest to scoring in the first half.
Adrian Ramos put the visitors ahead in the
51st, when Eric Maxim Choupo-Moting lost
the ball to Per Skjelbred, who set up the
Colombian striker to shoot inside the far
Choupo-Moting atoned in the 65th with a
well-struck penalty, conceded when Sami
Allagui brought down Koo Ja-Cheol.
"We made unnecessary mistakes in the first
half but improved in the second," said Hertha
coach Jos Luhukay, whose side remains ninth,
two points behind seventh-placed Mainz.
"We re happy with the point." (AP)
PARIS---Center back Marko Basa and striker
Nolan Roux scored a goal each as Lille beat Mont-
pellier 2-0 yesterday to strengthen its grip on
third place in the French league.
Basa rose to powerfully head in Florent Balmont s
free kick from the right in the 19th minute. Roux
got his seventh league goal of the season in the
58th, finishing with an acrobatic volley after center
back David Rozehnal s header came back off the
"We re back on the front foot. We ve been play-
ing for a while now but there was always missing
something," Lille coach Rene Girard said. "I thought
the lads were very determined today. They created
chances, scored goals. It s probably our best team
performance of the year --- there was more move-
ment, more teamwork."
The win gives Lille some breathing space as
fourth-placed Saint-Etienne fell four points behind,
following a 1-0 loss at midtable Lorient. Forward
Jeremie Aliadiere scored with a last-minute penalty
after midfielder Joshua Guilavogui handled the
Saint-Etienne had lost only one of its past 11
games but rode its luck before Aliadiere s goal.
Moments earlier, Saint-Etienne goalkeeper
Stephane Ruffier saved midfielder Sadio Diallo s
header and, from the rebound, Diallo headed again
only for left back Benoit Tremoulinas to clear the
ball off the line.
French leader Paris Saint-Germain won 3-0 at
Bastia on Saturday to maintain its eight-point lead
over Monaco. (AP)
AMSTERDAM---Defending Dutch champion Ajax
drew 1-1 against Cambuur yesterday, dropping
points but still keeping a sizeable lead over its Ere-
FC Twente, long considered Ajax s main rival, suf-
fered a 0-1 loss at Go Ahead Eagles. Vitesse Arnhem
won 2-1 against NAC Breda and moves into second
place, six points behind Ajax.
In Amsterdam, Siem de Jong capitalised on a
defender s mistake and scored in the second minute,
apparently setting up an easy victory. However, Cam-
buur had better chances until late in the second half,
after Cambuur s Martijn Barto headed in a corner
kick at 54 minutes to make it 1-1.
Ajax s best chance to win came on a free kick after
Cambuur keeper Leonard Nienhuis held the ball too
long, but Kolbeinn Sigthorsson narrowly missed the
Dortmund scrapes 1-0 at Freiburg
third in France
Ajax to draw
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