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PORT AUTHORITY OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO
TENDER FOR THE PROVISION OF CLEANING AND SANITATION SERVICES AT THE
PORT OF PORT OF SPAIN
The Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (PATT) hereby invites tenders for the Provision of Cleaning and
Sanitation services at the Port of Port of Spain.
1. The Tender Documents may be obtained during the hours of 8.00 a.m. -- 4.00 p.m. from:
The Port Secretary
Port Authority Administration Building
Dock Road, Port of Spain
Upon payment in Cash or Manager's Cheque of a non-refundable sum of One Thousand Dollars
($1,000.00) to the Cashier, located on the Ground Floor of the Port Authority's Administration
2. A Site Visit has been scheduled for 2014 April 01 at 9.00 a.m. Interested persons are asked to
assemble at the Conference Room, located on the Second Floor of the Port Authority
Administration Building. Kindly contact the Engineering Department at Tel. No. 1-868-623-2901
Ext. 126 to confirm your attendance at the site visit.
(Persons attending the Site Visit must be attired with full Personal Protective Equipment i.e.
a hardhat, high visibility reflective vest, and steel toe boots. Persons not properly attired will
not be allowed to attend the site visit. Attendance at the site visit is strongly recommended.
3. Any questions or queries regarding this Tender shall be addressed to the Port Secretary, as
appearing above, during normal business hours or via Tel. (1-868-624-4751) or facsimile
message sent to fax number (1-868-624-2034).
4. Tenders will close at 2.00 p.m. on 2014 April 16, and will be opened publicly on the same day
at 2.15 p.m. Tenders submitted after the stipulated deadline date and time will not be accepted.
5. The Authority does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender offer.
6. The Port Authority will not defray any cost incurred by Tenderers.
7. The Port Authority reserves the right to cancel this process and re-invite tenders at any time.
Port Authority of Trinidad and Tobago
2014 March 18
Although 29 extras
were gifted to T&T by
the Combined Col-
leges and Campuses
(CCC) on the first half
of the opening day in
their four-day region-
al match at the
Queen s Park Oval in
match was evenly
poised with T&T on
81/3 at press time.
It was an indisci-
plined bowling effort
from CCC, giving
away 15 no balls, four
wides, six leg byes and
four byes. Barbadian
fast bowler Dwayne
Sealy was the main
culprit, bowling 12 no
balls and two wides.
The home team unfor-
tunately lost Evin
Lewis due to a leg
injury with the score
on 13/0 after two overs.
Adrian Barath s dismal
season continued as he
was dismissed for 12
by Raymon Reifer,
leaving T&T on 43/1.
A shower then
greeted the players
forcing the umpires to
take an early lunch at
4.45 pm, with Darren
Bravo on eight and
Jason Mohammed not
off the mark.
Reifer grabbed his
second wicket shortly
after lunch, as Bravo
chopped a delivery
onto his stumps for 10.
Kieron Pollard, who
recently returned to
cricket after suffering
a knee injury, emerged
from the pavilion. Pol-
lard looked determi-
nation to play himself
in, but after facing 21
balls, Pollard was
caught by wicket-
keeper Chadwick Wal-
ton for a watchful four.
his shots and was on
26 not out. Captain
Rayad Emrit, who has
shown some form with
the bat in the tourna-
ment was on four.
Left-arm fast bowler
Raymon Reifer had
figures of 6-2-14-2,
while spin bowler
Akeem Dewar got the
wicket of Pollard.
National forward Triston Grant scored a timely
hat-trick as four-time reigning champions of the
T&T Hockey Board Men s Championship Division,
crushed Fatima 4-0 at the National Hockey Centre,
Tacarigua on Sunday.
Coming off a 2-0 loss to Notre Dame, 24 hours
earlier, the Oilmen, with only four points from as
many matches were desperate for victory.
However, they had to wait until the 30th minute
before Grant s national team-mate Wayne Legerton
netted the opener and three minutes later Grant dou-
bled the advantage for a 2-0 half-time lead.
Fatima, with a shock win over last year s league
runner-up Paragon, already this season managed to
keep the Oilmen from adding to their tally until Grant
got two late items in the 63rd and 66th minutes to
complete the win and end a run of two straight
The Oilmen now have seven points from five
matches, three behind leaders Notre Dame and two
adrift of unbeaten Queen s Park which has maximum
nine points from three matches. Matches continue
today at the Dwight Yorke Stadium, Training Field,
Bacolet, Tobago and the National Hockey Centre,
T&T, CCC in
Grant ends Petrotrin two-match slide
T&T's Darren Bravo drives down the ground for four
against CCC during the opening day of the fifth round of
match in the Regional Four-Day Championship at the
Queen's Park Oval in Port-of-Spain, yesterday.
PHOTO: ASHLEY ALLEN
T&T Red Force (1st Innings)
Still to bat: S Katwaroo, I khan, S Gabriel, A
Jaggernauth, R Jaipaul
Total 85 for 3
Bowling: D Sealy 6-0-35-0, J Levy 8-1-23-0, R Austin
1-1-0-0, R Reifer 6-2-14-2, A Dewar 2.5-0-3-1
Fall of Wkts: 43, 56, 79
CCC SQUAD: Steven Jacobs (captain), Anthony
Alleyne, Shacaya Thomas, Kyle Corbin, Raymon Reifer,
Chadwick Walton, Kavem Hodge, Dwayne Sealy, Kevin
McClean, Ryan Austin, Akeem Dewar, Jomel Warrican,
Barbados vs Jamaica
At Sabina Park: Jamaica won toss and fielded.
BARBADOS 275 for six (Kirk Edwards 105, Shane
Dowrich 40, Carlos Brathwaite 34, Kraigg Brathwaite
29) vs JAMAICA
Windwards Islands vs Leewards Islands
At Queen's Park Stadium: Leewards trail Windwards
by 256 runs with nine wickets standing.
WINDWARDS 292 (Romel Currency 76, Devon Smith
47, Sunil Ambris 53, Keddy Lesporis 30, Mervin
Matthew 30, Tyrone Theophile 27; Kieran Powell 3-38,
Gavin Tonge 2-46, Anthony Martin 2-62, Yannick
Leonard 2-74) LEEWARDS 36 for one.
SUNDAY'S T&THB RESULTS
U-19 BOYS: Fatima 7 (Matthew Perreira 4th, 34th, 67th,
Scott Pitchery 41st, 44th, Che Modeste 15th, 48th) vs
U-19 GIRLS: SC Magnolias 11 (Shaniah De Freitas 3rd,
16th, 28th, 47th, 48th, Kaitlyn Olton 37th, 41st, Samantha
Olton 67th, 68th, Sarah Olton 4th, Lexie Yearwood 50th)
vs Courts Malvern 0
TRINITY WOMEN: Harvard Checkers 5 (Josanne Joseph
6th, 68th, Fiona Le Blanc 13th, 61st, Michaella Jones 51st)
vs Police 0
TRINITY MEN: Notre Dame 7 (Richie Alexander 39th,
60th, 69th, Joshua Olton 5th, Sean Olton 16th, Tobias
Ottley 29th, Lorenzo Lodai 56th) vs Shape 0
MEN'S CHAMPIONSHIP: Petrotrin 4 (Triston Grant
33rd, 63rd, 66th, Wayne Legerton 30th) vs Fatima 0
MONDAY: TRINITY MEN---Malvern 2 (Joshua De Four
29th, 64th) vs Paragon 2 (Kelon Skerritt 47th,
Mohammed Elias 57th)
WEDNESDAY: MIXED VETERANS
Notre Dame 19 ( Scott Dopson 7th, 32nd, 35th, 60th,
65th, Keith De Peza 12th, 14th, 22nd, 48th, Kenny
Kinsinally 52nd, 53rd, 57th, 58th, Leon Ramdeen 42nd,
45th, Keith Rawlins 17th, Edrich Francois 20th, Selwyn
King 50th, Nigel Providence 69th) vs Shape 0
THURSDAY: MIXED VETERANS---Malvern 5 (Sherlan
Cabralis 2, Cecile Wren 2, Peter Edwards) vs Defence
Force 2 (Neil Lashley, Nicholas Wren)
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