Nigeria LNG’s Plant Complex is located on Bonny Island, Rivers State, Nigeria. It consist of six natural gas liquefaction trains with a total production capacity of 22 million tons of Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) and 5 million tonnes of Natural Gas Liquids (NGL) per annum, with associated gas receiving, treating, storage and loading facilities as well as utilities and support infrastructure.


To support its objectives since commencing operations in 1999, NLNG has provided an array of building and facilities in the Bonny (Industrial and residential areas) and Port Harcourt to ensure there is conducive working and living environment for staff and families, guests and others. The building and facilities are spread over q 2 hectare land area and some will e reaching a milestone age of 20 years in 2019. The current maintenance approach is primarily ‘execution based’ using multi-discipline trade arrangements to resolve breakdown maintenance issues.

NLNG wishes to review the current maintenance approach to ensure it is fit for purpose for an ageing facility. There shall be 2 aspects of this activity.

1. Package A – focusing on intelligence gathering, planning, quality assurance and performance management.

2. Package B – focusing on the execution activities.

We invite highly competent facility and building management companies who are versatile in managing ageing building and facilities with a view to achieving the following:
Package A – Describe how each of the items below will be achieved.
1. Provide and deploy a data driven performance management framework for the multi-discipline execution based scope i.e. facility maintenance contractor, HVAC contractor, Kitchen/Laundry equipment contractor, Landscaping contractors, Cleaning contractors etc. list and describe the specific key result areas and KPIs you will use to achieve this, including frequency of measurement, technology, motivational considerations etc.

2. Technology driven QA/QC management and HSE oversight. Describe how this will be achieved.

3. Capability to achieve cost leadership capabilities with emphasis on reduction in maintenance calls and/or rework, materials usage and any other cost drivers. Briefly state how you will achieve this including cost benchmark with appropriate standards or case study.

4. Capability to obtain/review failure trends and patterns in daily activity calls of multi-disciplined contractors and make recommendations to aid timely and effective intervention. This shall include routine reviews (weekly or bi-weekly). Briefly describe how you can achieve this.

5. Capability to develop a holistic facility management programme to ensure real-time intelligence gathering on all buildings and facilities (asset integrity), sustain/improve the ‘look and feel’ of building and facilities, tracking of identified/agreed interventions (short, medium and long term). Describe how the key asset will be managed.

6. Capability to carry out life cycle management of the buildings and facilities including developing business case for 5 years obsolescence planning and implementation for older facilities (economic of maintenance vs. re-investment needs) and for new facilities, the transition from Projects to Operation.

7. Capability to deliver a fit-for-purpose materials management, equipment and its supply chain management including obsolescence especially. This shall include monthly analysis of materials usage and equipment status to sustain the activities.

8. Capability to carry out capacity development (technical and soft skills) for won staff including customer service, technical skills within the discipline.

Package B
1. Set-up and deploy a system for managing the breakdown maintenance service requests during and outside of working hours i.e. request for maintenance calls, response to maintenance services for the different trades within the stipulated hours in a typical Service Level Agreement, close-out of calls.

2. Capability to deploy and manage the Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) requirement for the maintenance scope of work including a providing a robust HSE management framework.

3. Capability to provide suitable manpower for maintenance (in Electrical, Civil, Aluminum, Sewage, Painting, Scaffolding, Masonry, Welding, Plumping, Carpentry) tools and equipment, materials, spares, consumables, accessories, etc. to carry out routine, scheduled, breakdown and preventive maintenance, inspection services and repairs to designated buildings, facilities and associated plant and equipment.

4. Maintenance and repair of all interior and exterior building fabric including walls, ceilings, floors, roofs, windows and doors, furniture and fittings, etc. The scope includes masonry, carpentry, electrical, plumbing, painting, and welding works, domestic and industrial kitchen and laundry equipment, etc.

5. Maintenance and repair of common facilities including but not limited to grounds, roads, pathways, fences and barriers, sewage systems, water and electrical distribution networks, street lighting, sports and gym equipment, etc.

6. Capability to identify and procure maintenance material to ensure there are no overdue maintenance calls beyond the Service Level Agreement.

7. Capability to provide management reports – list/describe the specific management reports and frequency for such.

8. Capability to carry out pre-occupation Maintenance (house upgrade work after a house become vacant). Describe the process to carry this out.

9. Capability to manage Industrial and Community relation issues of its staff. Describe how you will manage this including stakeholder engagement, timely payment of salaries and prompt remittance of statutory deductions.

Interested companies are to indicate the order of their preference for Package A and B. Please note that failure to indicate this and provide the supporting information/documentation to show capability, may lead to disqualification. Successful companies after this stage may only be allowed to submit a tender for one (1) package only.

Interested companies are also required to respond to this invitation with the following information/documents for consideration:
1. Copy of company profile reflecting the firm’s ownership, management structure, business concept, operational capabilities, experienced key personnel for the works, etc.

2. Evidence of payment of Tax for the past 3 years (2014, 2015 & 2016).

3. Verifiable evidence showing track record and experience of similar activities (relevant to each package) successfully completed / on-going (e.g. letter of award, certificate of completion, contract agreement and payment certificate) with contacts (phone and e-mails) within the last 5 years.

The Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content Development (NOGICD) Act 2010 supports and details expected Nigerian Content deliverables within contracts in the Nigerian Oil & Gas industry.
NLNG is committed to building a better Nigeria and the development of the Nigeria Oil & Gas business in compliance with the Nigerian Oil & Gas industry Content Act 2010 for Nigerian Content Development.
As this may eventually lead to a contract, interested companies shall make commitments to comply with the relevant provisions of the Nigerian Content Act that relate to this project. interested companies to note that there shall be approved Nigerian Content Plan to be specified during the actual tender stage.

Companies responding to this advertisement are required to submit the following in compliance with the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry Content Act, 2010:
i. Documentation to demonstrate that the entity is a Nigerian-registered/owned company. Submissions of certified true copies of CAC forms 10, 02 & 07 (or its equivalent; CAC 2.3, 2.4. 2.5, etc.) including company memorandum & article of association and other evidence of entity’s incorporation, shareholding & ownership structure in Nigeria.
ii. Tenderers shall provide evidence of registration with Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board’s Joint Qualification System (NOGIC JQS).
iii. The process and procedure that explain the methodology of how it intends to comply with the requirements of the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry Content Development Act 2010 (Nigerian Content Plan) and how to achieve the set target(s) in the schedule of the Nigerian Oil & Gas Industry Content Development Act and any targets set by the Board.
iv. A plan for giving first consideration to services providers within Nigeria with a list of work packages, third party services and subcontracts which should be reserved for Nigerian indigenous contractors, including those that will be provided by companies of Nigerian origin.
v. A plan of how it intends to give first consideration to materials, manufactured as well as assembled goods of Nigerian origin which shall include a breakdown of all materials to be utilized and identifying those that are found locally, finished products and materials that will be procured from Nigerian manufacturing and assembly plants, finished goods that order can be placed from outside Nigeria through Nigerian authorized vendors and accredited agents and those that would be directly imported.
vi. Tenderers to submit a detailed training plan which shall provide sustainable training and development (including certification as applicable) for Nigerians in line with the Human Capacity Development Initiative Guideline of the Nigerian Content Development and Monitoring Board’s (NCDMB). The training plan will include contract-specific training and estimated man-hours. Tenderers is required to submit Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with Oil and Gas Trainers Association of Nigeria (OGTAN) trainers to support their training plan, which shall be 10% of the project Man-hours or 3% of the total contract sum.
vii. Technology Transfer Plan (TTP) explaining the methodology of how it intends to promote the effective transfer of technology from alliance partners to Nigerian individuals and companies where applicable.
viii. Research & Development /Studies Plan (RDP) explaining the methodology of promoting education, attachments, training, research and development in Nigeria in relation to the contract.
ix. Details of the company’s corporate organizations overall human resources structure (management, supervisors, senior and junior skilled officers, etc.), identifying positions manned/occupied by Nigerian nationals with evidence of type of employment in-country and identifying the positions manned/occupied by other nationals.
x. Proposed organogram for this work scope populated with nationality, qualification of personnel and years of experience of personnel on the job (attach CV of key finance, operational and technical personnel) including a succession plan in this work scope.
xi. A detailed description of the location of in-country committed facilities and infrastructure (assets, equipment, technical office, and administrative space, storage, etc.) in Nigeria to support this contract.
xii. Evidence that at least 50% of all equipment deployed to work by multinational and international companies (if applicable) are owned by the local subsidiaries. (Tenderer to provide verifiable evidence (purchase receipt, bill of sole, etc.) of ownership of equipment in executing this contract.
xiii. Provide evidence of approved Nigerian Content Equipment Certificate or status of the application submitted to NCDMB for the certificate for the procurement of all equipment, systems and packages to be supplied on the contract (where applicable). Where Tenderer intends to use subcontractor(s) /suppliers(s), Tenderer shall provide same information for the nominated supplier(s)/subcontractor(s).

The Expression of Interest documents should be submitted: in hardcopy in a sealed envelope and marked. “CONFIDENTIAL – Expression of Interest for the Buildings and Facilities Maintenance in Bonny Island” to:
The Head, Business Strategy & Vendor Management,
CPM Department,
MD Division,
Nigeria LNG Limited,
Km 16 Aba Port Harcourt Expressway (Intels Camp)
Port Harcourt, Rivers State.
In electronic copy (PDF format) by e-mail to [email protected]“CONFIDENTIAL – Expression of Interest for the Buildings and Facilities Maintenance in Bonny Island” – in the subject line.
The submission in either format must be received by Nigeria LNG Limited not later than three (3) weeks from the date of publication.

Please Note:
• This is not an invitation to tender. Full tendering procedure will be provided to applicants who are successful at this expression of interest, in accordance with NLNG’s pre-qualification procedures.
• Notwithstanding the submissions of the documents for the expression of interest, NLNG is neither committed nor obliged to include any company and/or associated companies, agents or sub-contractors on any bid list or award any form of contract to any company and/or associated companies, agents or sub-contractors.
• Please be aware that this invitation to express interest does not guarantee that you will be requested to submit an offer; it does not constitute any form of agreement or contract between our companies. Nigeria LNG Limited shall not be responsible for any cost incurred in responding to this invitation.
• This advertisement of Expression of Interest and Prequalification shall not be construed as a commitment, nor shall it entitle respondents to claim any indemnity from NLNG, Technical Advisers and/or any of its shareholders by virtue of having responded to this advertisement.
• This Expression of Interest is a simple invitation for you to express your interest in the indicated work scope and does not warrant any further feedback from NLNG hereafter. If you do not get feedback within 3 months of submission of this publication, it should be taken that your application was not successful.

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