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EASTERN REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY
PUBLIC TENDER NOTICE
Public Tender for Design Build Services for Upgrade Works at the
Toco Health Centre.
1. Tenders are invited for Design Build Services for Upgrade Works at the Toco Health Centre.
2. Tender documents can be perused at the Central Purchasing Unit, De Freitas Building, Eastern Main Road, Sangre
Grande, and can be subsequently purchased for a non-refundable fee of $500.00, Monday to Friday between the
hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Prospective Tenderers would be presented with a voucher by the CPU and would be
3. Tenders must remain valid for a period no less than six (6) months from the date given from the close of Tenders and
accompanied by the following documents:
Income Tax and VAT Clearance Certificates dated no more than six (6) months prior to the closing date of the
2. Certificate of Compliance issued in accordance with the National Insurance Act;
The appropriate Certificate of Registration to establish the legal identity of the Tenderer.
4. All requests for information shall be addressed to:
Manager, Purchasing & Logistics
Central Purchasing Unit
De Freitas Building, Eastern Main Road
Tel: 691-5066/ 691-5446 ext. 2108 (Fax ext 2133)
5. Prospective Tenderers MUST visit the proposed location and the site visit to this Facility has been scheduled for
Thursday, June 12th, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. and Bidders are asked to assemble in front of the
Toco Health Facility for this time. For further information regarding the site visit please contact the
Project Unit Department at: Tel: 691-0626/ 691-5475, Ext. 1.
6. One (1) original and six (6) copies of the Bidding Documents are to be submitted in sealed envelopes and addressed to:
Chairman of the Tender Committee, Eastern Regional Health Authority
Eastern Main Road, Sangre Grande
and clearly marked:
7. The envelope must be deposited in the Tender Box specially marked for this tender at the Central Purchasing Unit of
the ERHA at the above address NO LATER THAN: Tuesday, July 01st, 2014 at 12.00 Noon.
Tenderers are asked to note that the dimensions of the SLOT in the tenders box are approximately 5 ins x 16 ins.
Kindly package your tender to fit the slot size.
8. Tenders will be opened publicly on the same day: Tuesday, July 01st, 2014 at 1:00 p.m.
Conference Centre, Picton Road, Sangre Grande. Tenderers are invited to be present at the opening.
9. LATE tenders will not be considered under any circumstances.
10. The Tenders Committee does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any Tender.
11. Failure to comply with any of these instructions may result in the tender not being considered.
Chairman of the Tenders Committee
Eastern Regional Health Authority
T&T s three-time Olympic medallist Richard
"Torpedo" Thompson continued his terrific run of
form yesterday, when he captured the men s 100m
event in 9.95 seconds (wind 1.4). at the IAAF World
Challenge s Fanny Blankers-Koen Games, in Hen-
Thompson edged Great Britain s Chijindu Ujah,
who set a personal best in 9.96 seconds, while Jason
Rogers of St Kitts and Nevis trailed in 10.06 seconds
for third place. Jamaica s Kimmari Roach (10.12) fin-
ished in sixth place.
Thompson s time was the third fastest for the year
and comes just a week after he clocked 9.74 seconds
in a wind-assisted finish to win the 100m event at
the NTC/Pure Athletics Last Chance Meet. The time,
however, did not stand as the wind gauge malfunc-
tioned, but it would have been the world leading
Thompson s 100m record is 9.85m, which he
secured in 2011.
FIBA commissioner Keith Clement presents the
Courts prize to Adrain Joseph of Petro Jazz after
his team won the Mackeson Super 10 Basketball
League. Joseph was named Courts Player of the
and reigning champions Tech-
nocrats was expected to come
up against surprise package
Zenith in the Men s Division
final of Third Caribbean Vol-
leyball League (CVL) hosted
by the T&T Volleyball Feder-
ation in collaboration with
NORCECA at the Jean Pierre
Complex, Mucurapo, last
Both teams won their semi-
final matches at the same venue
in contrasting styles on Satur-
In the night s opening final-
four encounter, Zenith boosted
by the inclusion of Brazilians,
Vinicius Baigan and Matheus
Roham, Americans Matthew
Talamantes and Aaron Almario,
along with Latvian Valters
Ramma battled past BIG South
East Port-of-Spain 23-25, 25-
18, 26-28, 25-17, 15-9.
It was sweet revenge for
Zenith who were beaten in five
sets by SEPoS which featured
national captain Nolan Tash
and fellow internationals Akim
Bushe, Jessel Davis, Brandon
Legall, Darnell David as well
as guest player Joshua
Mohammed and Barbadian
Alain London, 25-21, 21-25,
27-29, 25-17, 15-6 on Wednes-
day when the tournament
served off at Central Regional
Indoor Sports Arena, Saith
Technocrats with Dominican
Republic duo, Elvis Contreras
and Jose Caceras, Jamaica
Ricardo Chong and Barbadian
Dale Addison along with T&T s
Sean Morrison and Kevin Nim-
rod in its line-up overcame
Defence Force 25-23, 25-21, 25-
17 in their semifinal.
When both teams met on the
opening night, Technocrats sur-
vived four match points, 24-
20 in the fourth set, before pre-
vailing 21-25, 20-25, 25-17,
27-25, 15-7 and entered last
night the final confident of vic-
tory having beaten Zenith 25-
21, 25-22, 25-27, 25-23 in their
The scenic Pigeon Point Beach, Tobago, will be
the venue for this year s 14th and final leg of the
NORCECA Beach Volleyball Circuit under the aus-
pices of the Tobago House of Assembly from
November 12 to 17 later this year.
The final decision was taken at a meeting held on
Thursday at the office of THA s Secretary of Education,
Youth Affairs and Sport Office, on Dutch Fort, Scar-
borough, Tobago involving the THA s Secretary of
Education, Youth Affairs and Sport, Huey Cadette
and the T&T Volleyball Federation president Daymian
Following the signing of the agreement, Cadette
stated that the THA was impressed with the pres-
entation Stewart and his team made to them in April
and believes that the event would be good for Tobago.
Stewart also made good on a promise from his
previous visit by delivering $20,000 worth of equip-
ment to the THA for Tobago s volleyball development.
Technocrats, Zenith in CVL final Thompson
Pigeon Point to stage
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