…as several bids for NDIA projects opened
The National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) yesterday opened a number of bids to be undertaken by the Ministry of Agriculture’s National Drainage and Irrigation Authority (NDIA) such as the construction of a pontoon, expanding a sluice, as well as procuring excavators among others.
As it relates to the construction of the Pontoon the engineer’s estimate is $45M and the bids submitted:
|Roopan Ramotar Investments||$70,781,750|
|Courtney Benn Contracting Services Ltd||$57,599,250|
|R Boodhoo & General Construction Services||$44,205,900|
|Guyana National Industrial Company Inc||$50,895,500|
Drainage capacity on the East Bank of Demerara will also be improved as bids were opened for the expansion of the Diamond/Grove sluice.
The engineer’s estimate for this project is $49,089,695 and the bids are:
|Courtney Benn Contracting Services Ltd||$57,468,321|
|NABI Construction Inc||$51,020,493|
|S Jagmohan Hardware Suppliers and Construction Service||$47,634,640|
|Dwarka nauth Contracting Service||$49,746,160|
|Kishan Bacchus General Contractors Inc||$ 44,481,570|
|H Persaud & Company Ltd||$53,467,799|
|Jainoon Hussein Civil Engineers Contracting Services||$63,530,728|
|Pioneer General Construction||$45,360,325|
|Roopan Ramotar Investments||$87,696,150|
|Fyuse Hussein Construction Inc||$55,085,695|
Bids were submitted for the construction of a Reinforced Concrete Bridge at Hyde Park Drain and Retrieve Drain Junction in Region Five.
The engineer’s estimate for this project is $42,067,687 and the bids submitted are:
|Roopan Ramotar Investments||$52,890,550|
|DIPCON Engineering Services Limited||$64,904,555|
|S Jagmohan Hardware Supplies and Construction Service||$38,100,600|
|NABI Construction Inc||$41,699,626|
|Dwarka Nauth Contracting Services||$32,367,400|
|Compustruc Engineering Inc||$44,338,600|
|Ash Civil Engineering Works||$34,330,400|
|A&S General Contractors Inc||$39,455,580|
|Fyuse Hussein Construction Inc||$42,272,271|
The NDIA is also seeking to acquire what it describes as a Super Long Reach Hydraulic Excavator, for which their engineer’s estimate is $35,250,000.
|Farm Supplies Limited||$34,700,000|
|Associated Industries Limited||$41,525, 000|
Bids were also submitted and opened for a smaller excavator and had invited tenders for the supply of a mini hydraulic generator to be supplied.
The engineer’s estimate for the supply of the equipment is pegged at $14M and the bids were:
|Farm Supplies Limited||$14,000,000|
|Associated Industries Limited||$13,980, 000|
Several bids were also opened at the tender for the supply of a truck for the National Drainage and Irrigation Authority which was estimated to cost $10M. The bids for the supply of the truck are:
|S Jagmohan Hardware Suppliers and Construction Service||$9,200,000|
Bids were also presented and opened for the construction of Timber Revetment at the Boerasirie Water Conservancy at Canal #2 in Region Three.
The engineer’s estimate for this project is $21,729,500 and the bids are:
|Bhola Construction Service||$19, 298, 000|
|S Khan General Contracting Services||$20, 840, 000|
|Ganesh Ramkarran||$18, 821, 000|
|Rajnauth Mahendranauth||$17, 490, 000|
|B Budnu General Construction Services||$19, 902, 800|
|Dwarka Nauth Contracting Services||$19, 374, 500|
|Atlas Construction Inc||$20, 145, 500|
|Mohan Persaud||$25, 855, 000|
|Roopan Ramotar||$21, 686, 000|
|Ash Civil Engineering Works||$17, 361, 500|
|Jainoon Hussein Civil||$24, 702, 000|
Bids were opened at the NPTAB for the construction of Timber Sheet Pile revetment at Capoey Façade, on the Essequibo Coast. The engineer’s estimate for this project is $10,112,800 and the bids submitted are:
|Seepersaud Construction Services||$8,182,000|
|Kaydar Persaud Contractors||$8,441,000|
|Roopan Ramotar Investments||$9,448,500|
|M Ramsanally Khan Construction||$10,010,100|
The drainage structure in Caledonia in Wakenaam is slated for an upgrade as bids were also opened for its rehabilitation for which engineer’s estimate will cost $14,570,140. The bids for this project are:
|Y Bhola Construction Services||$12,078,620|
|S Khan General Construction Service||$13,405,200|
|Atlas Construction Inc||$13,410,470|
|B Boodhoo General Construction||$13,069,855|
|Jainoon Hussein Civil Engineers Contracting Services||$13,682,530|
|M Sukhai Contracting Service||$11,978,150|
Bids were taken for the Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) – Supply, Delivery & Installation of Office Equipment for Regions Three and Five Technical Institutes and the Government Technical Institute (GTI)
Bids were opened by members of the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board for the supply and delivery of the office equipment.
The bids submitted were:
|Vishnu Panday Associates||$46,017,100|
|CCS Guyana Ltd||$48,283,319|
The tender board also received and opened bids for Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) -Supply, Delivery and Installation of Furniture in Regions Three, Five and GTI.
|A and S Wood working Establishment||$54,427,000|
|H. Dhanraj Wood working Establishment||$76,760,680|
|International Pharmaceutical Agency||$43,369,460|
|Modern Industries Limited||$28,882,675|
Bids were also opened for TVET-Supply, Delivery and Installation of Tools Equipment for GTI, GITC and NATI.
The Bids were:
|H. Dhanraj Woodworking Establishment||$187,249,106|
|The fix it Depot||$155,823,557|
|Sotex International Ltd||£384,883.66 (pounds)|
|Scalar Scientific and Technological Ltd of Trinidad||US$901,869|
|Boss Pro-tech of Germany||€ 986,148.30|
For the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation (GPHC) a bid was opened for the provision of plumbing, fittings and accessories. This was:
Bids were also opened for the procurement of electrical fittings and accessories for GPHC.
|Cummings Electrical Company Ltd||$4,299,755|
There was a bid for the procurement of purified drinking water for the GPHC.
|International Pharmaceutical Agency||$2,552,000|
There were bids opened for the procurement of disposable lab supplies. These were:
|International Pharmaceutical Agency||$28,866,452|
Bids were also opened for the procurement of diapers for the Georgetown Public Hospital Corporation. These bids were:
|Laparkan Trading Guyana||$4,030,000|
|International Pharmaceutical Agency||$3,130,000|
There were bids for the procurement of drugs and other medical supplies for the Ministry of Health Materials Management Unit. The bids submitted:
|New Guyana Pharmaceutical Corporation||$11,219,612|
Also tenders were accepted for the painting of the Customs Trade and Administration (GRA) building and the peripherals – Main Street. The estimated cost for that project stands at $3,442,500.
Bids were opened for the procurement of motor vehicles for the Guyana Elections Commission. When this newspaper sought to find out from the tender board just how many vehicles, the Chairman of NPTAB said that “this is not a media briefing.”
Meanwhile, the bids are:
|Associated Industries Limited||$34,820,000|
|Beharry’s Automotive Limited||$43,407,618|
Tenders for the extension of the La Bonne Intention Primary School, East Coast Demerara were also accepted. The engineer’s estimate for this project stands at a total of $18,399,460.
|Eron Lall & Civil Engineering Works||$15,224,810|
|Mark De Souza||$21,872,975|
|Davenanad Persaud Construction||$19,049,060|
|Obrien Electrical & Construction Agency||$16,065,360|
|Navin and Sons Construction||$15,357,040|
|Mohammed .R. Budna||$18,274,900|
|Andrew Howard Construction Service||$18,284,120|
|Joshi Construction & Transportation Establishment||$23,796,543|
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