Aug 24, 2016 News
During the opening of the tenders at the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) yesterday, at the Ministry of Finance, a contract for the extension of The Bishops’ High School attracted 17 bidders. The Ministry of Education was listed as the procuring entity and the Engineer’s estimate was announced as $84,986,929.
Also, tenders were opened for the contract to construct a pavilion, fence and the levelling of the playfield at the South Ruimveldt Secondary School, Georgetown. The Procuring entity was listed as the Ministry of Education. The contract attracted 27 bidders and the Engineer’s estimate was announced at $37,418,674.
Students of Queen’s College, Georgetown, are likely to benefit from a new Cafeteria/Multi-purpose Complex. Bids were opened for the construction of this facility yesterday. The procuring entity is the Ministry of Education and the Engineer’s Estimate was announced at $51,611,321.
Bids were also open for the supply of male condoms. The Ministry of Public Health was listed as the procuring entity.
Two bids were opened at the NPTAB for the supply and delivery of Computer items. The procuring entity is the Office of the Elections Commission.
And finally, works will be carried out on the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) flagship, GDFS Essequibo. Bids were opened for the refurbishing of the Warping Capstan and its related equipment on board the vessel. The procuring entity was listed as the GDF and the Engineer’s estimate was announced at $ 12,150,000.
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