FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY JUDICIARY CUSTOMARY COURT OF APPEAL, ABUJA
2017 PRE-QUALIFICATION EXERCISE
The Federal Capital Territory, Customary Court of Appeal, Abuja, in its efforts at quick dispensation of justice in a conducive environment, invites competent and experienced contractors in the building industry to tender for the construction work of its Headquarters Building. The details are as follow:-
WORK: Construction of Customary Court of Appeal Headquarters, comprising eight (8) Storey Building in a floor area of 4,860:42m2 at Cadastral Zone B15, Mabushi Abuja.
2.0 PREQUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS:
i. Evidence of Registration with the Corporate Affairs Commission; Certified True Copies of Article And Memorandum of Association;
ii. Evidence of three (3) years Tax Clearance Certificate (ending December, 2015, 2016 and 2017);
iii. Evidence of PENCOM Compliance Certificate (ending December, 2017);
iv. Evidence of Industrial Training Fund Contribution Certificate (ending December 2017);
v. Evidence of Financial Capability (Audited Account for the past three (3) years (2014, 2015 and 2016);
vi. Evidence of Registration on the Data Base of contractors with BPP (IRR) (ending December, 2017)
vii. Company resume including key staff strength and professionals in the construction industry; (COREN, ARCON, NIQS etc)
viii. Evidence of three (3) similar or past jobs of same magnitude executed within seven (7) years ( 2010-2016);
ix. Evidence of completion of such projects, including Letters of Award;
x. Bank Reference letter (original copy) addressed to the undersigned;
xi. Evidence of ownership or lease agreement of equipment e.g Crane, Mobile mixer, Scaffold, Tippers e.t.c and a minimum turnover of N5Billion;
xii. A Sworn Affidavit that no Partner/Director of the company has been convicted in any country for criminal offences relating to fraudulent or corrupt practices, or criminal misrepresentation or falsification of facts relating to any matter and that all required documents are both GENUINE AND UP-TO-DATE
xiii. A Sworn Affidavit disclosing whether or not any officer of the Procuring Entity or BPP is a former or present Director, shareholder or has any pecuniary interest in the bidding* and to confirm that all information presented in its bid are true and correct in all material particulars;
3.0 DISCLAIMER AND CONCLUSION:
i. This announcement is published for information purposes only and does not constitute an Offer by the Customary Court of Appeal, Abuja to transact with any party, nor does it constitute a commitment or obligation on the part of the Court to procure works.
ii. Any submission that does not conform to or failure to comply with the above requirements in 2.0 (Pre-qualification Requirements) would automatically disqualify a contractor, while documents submitted later than the closing date shall not be entertained.
iii. The Customary Court of Appeal, Abuja reserves the right to verify the authenticity of claims made in the documents submitted.
iv. The Customary Court of Appeal, Abuja will not be responsible for any costs or expenses incurred by any interested party in connection with any response to this Invitation.
v. Only successfully Pre-Qualified contractors will be invited for Financial Bidding process.
4.0 SUBMISSION OF PRE-QUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS AND OPENING:
All documents must be submitted in a SEALED envelope marked “2017 PRE-QUALIFICATION EXERCISE FOR CONSTRUCTION OF CUSTOMARY COURT OF APPEAL HEADQUARTERS”. It should be addressed and submitted within (3 weeks) from the date of this publication, i. e. on or before Monday 11th September, 2017 to the office of:
COURT TENDERS BOARD,
CUSTOMARY COURT OF APPEAL,
36, P.O.W. MAFEMI, CRESCENT, UTAKO DISTRICT, ABUJA.
NOTE: Submissions will be closed by 12 Noon, on Monday 11th September, 2017. The Bids will be opened immediately after the dosing of submission, at the Open Court 2, Customary Court of Appeal Headquarters, Abuja.
This also serves as an invitation to Civil Society Groups.
CUSTOMARY COURT OF APPEAL, HEADQUARTERS,
36, P.O.W MAFEMI CRESCENT, UTAKO DISTRICT, ABUJA.
SOURCE: DAILY TRUST