GOVERNMENT OF ANAMBRA STATE
MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT
Name of Project: NIGERIA EROSION & WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
Credit No.: IDA 51050 NG
RFB Ref. No.: ANS/NEWMAP/WKS/NCB/19-01
Issue Date: THURSDAY JUNE 4, 2020
PROCUREMENT OF CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF EROSION WORKS AT FEDERAL HIGH COURT/EKWUEME SQUARE EROSION SITE – PHASE 2
The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a loan from the International Development Association (IDA) in various currencies towards the cost of Anambra State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project. It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for the Procurement of Contractor for the Construction of Erosion Works at Federal High Court/Ekwueme Square Erosion Site – Phase 2
The Anambra State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Procurement of Contractor for the Construction of Erosion Works at Federal High Court/Ekwueme Square erosion Site Phase 2 – (“The Works”).
Federal High Court/Ekwueme Square Gully Erosion Site is in Awka South Local Government Area of Anambra State, Nigeria, and lies between latitude 6° 14′ 17.219” N and longitude 7° 4′ 55.298” E of the Greenwich meridian, directly behind the Federal High Court Awka and beside Ekwueme Square.
The gully is cited within business districts in the metropolitan area of Awka and is located in the lowest point collecting flood water from both sides of the drainage system along the road. The active nature of the erosion in the area is aggravated by the high rate of flood and the geological formation of the region with poorly sorted soil that are highly susceptible to detachment. The project area cuts across the Federal High Court, State High Court and the Ekwueme Square
The construction works is for Twelve (12) calendar months and shall include but not limited to the following:
- Interception of stormwater and wastewater causing erosion to be safely discharged into the nearest natural body of water, which is Imo-Awka River;
- Prevention of further development of gullies;
- Stabilization of the Gully Beds and Banks;
- Re-establishment of access roads to Federal High Court, Judges Quarters, the Business District and Ekwueme Square.
|S/N||Contract Identity||Name of Works||Construction Period||Amount of Bid Security|
|1||ANS/NEWMAP/WKS/NCB/19-01||Procurement of Contractor for the Construction of Erosion Works at Federal High Court/Ekwueme Square erosion Site Phase 2, Awka||12 months||A Bid-Securing Declaration shall be required|
- Qualification Criteria:
- Bidders shall be required to submit a COVID-19 workplace protection policy. This policy shall detail the bidder’s COVID-19 mitigation plan and should be consistent with guidelines issued by the Federal Ministry of Health, Nigeria.
- Bidding will be conducted through National Competitive procurement using a Request for Bids (RFB) as specified in the World Bank’s Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers-” (“Procurement Regulations”), July 2016, Revised October 2017 and August 2018 and is open to all invited Bidders.
- You may obtain further information from Anambra State Project Management Unit, Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project, e-mail:email@example.com and inspect the tender document during the hours of 9:00AM to 5:00PM at the address given below.
- A complete set of tender documents in English Language may be purchased by interested eligible tenderers upon the submission of a written application on the bidder’s letterhead to the address below and payment of a non-refundable fee of Fifty Thousand Naira (
N50,000) only. The method of payment is by Certified Cashier’s Cheque (Bank Draft) in favour of “Anambra State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project”.
- Alternatively, bidders may submit a written application on the bidder’s letterhead via email to obtain a complete set of tender documents. The email address is – firstname.lastname@example.org
Payment of a non-refundable fee of Fifty Thousand Naira (
N50,000), only may be made via electronic transfer to the account information provided below. Bidders are advised to send proof of payment via email.
Bank: First Bank of Nigeria Limited
Account No.: 2022841764
Upon confirmation of payment, bidders will be emailed a complete set of bidding documents and a downloadable link. Bidders are responsible for ensuring that the email address they provide are working and is frequently monitored.
- Sealed bids may be delivered in hardcopy to the address below on or before 12:00 noon local time on Thursday July 16, 2020.Alternatively, bidders may submit their bids as email attachments to – email@example.com on or before 12:00 noon local time on Thursday July 16, 2020.
Bidders submitting bids via email must do so as read-only and password-protected document. Bidders are responsible for the password-protection of their bids. Bidder are to email their bid document password to the employer within One (1) hour after the submission deadline. Acknowledgement of bid submission and password will be provided by the employer. Late bids will be rejected.
- Bidders may seek clarification on the content of the bid packages up to 7 days before bid closing date. Requests for Clarification may be sent by email on in writing to the address below. A Pre-bid meeting will be held via videoconference on Thursday June 25, 2020 at 12 noon, which is Three (3) weeks before the tender opening date, to allow potential bidders seek clarifications on the bidding document. Connection information will be emailed to bidders who have obtained the bidding document before the bid pre-bid meeting.
- Given the peculiarities of COVID-19 emergency, by participating in this tender, bidders agree that all electronic documents provided under this tender will be treated as original documents and are legally binding. Therefore, Letters of Bid, Power of Attorney, All Submission Forms, Bid Securing Declarations, Bill of Quantities, Financial Proposals, Manufacturers’ Authorization etc must be duly signed by the designated officer of the bidder with power of attorney.
- Attention is drawn to the Procurement Regulations requiring the Borrower to disclose information on the successful bidder’s beneficial ownership, as part of the Contract Award Notice, using the Beneficial Ownership Disclosure Form as included in this bidding document.
- The address referred to above is:
State Project Coordinator,
Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project,
Anambra State Project Management Unit,
14 Onyechi Street, off Enugu-Onitsha Expressway, Aroma, Awka (street between ANSIPPA and Total Petrol Station)
Telephone: 09095754625, 08037452028
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