The Government of the Virgin Islands (British) invites tenders for:
Reconstruction of Road and Slope Stabilisation works at Huntum’s Ghut, Tortola, British Virgin Islands:
The Government of the Virgin Islands (GOVI) has received financing from the Caribbean Development Bank (CDB) towards the cost of Reconstruction of Road and Slope Stabilisation Huntum’s Ghut, Tortola, British Virgin Islands and intends to apply a portion of the proceeds to eligible payments under a contract for which this invitation is issued.
SCOPE OF WORKS
The proposed works comprises of: two areas, Upper Huntum’s Ghut and Lower Huntum’s Ghut. Lower Huntum’s Ghut scope involves the construction of three (3) mass concrete/boulder pack matrix retaining structures and the rehabilitation of road pavement. Upper Huntum’s Ghut scope involves the construction of reinforced concrete road pavement and a combination of reinforced concrete box culverts, kerb and slipper and swale drains.
The works will also include furnishing all plant, labour, equipment and materials and performing all operations in connection with the Reconstruction of Road and Slope Stabilisation Huntum’s Ghut, Tortola, British Virgin Islands in accordance with the tender and construction issue drawings and specifications.
INSTRUCTIONS TO TENDERERS
Tenderers are required to furnish originals of the following:
a) Certificates of Good Standing in respect of Social Security and all Taxes including Payroll Taxes and Property Taxes from:
(i) The Director of the Social Security Board; and
(ii) The Commissioner of Inland Revenue
b) Trade License (valid for 2015) (if Partnership or Sole Proprietorship)
c) Certificates of Good Standing from Commercial Registry (if company is a registered agent).
Note: The date of issue indicated on the above-mentioned certificates should be no earlier than one month prior to the date of submission.
d) Tenderers are to supply other documentation as listed in the Tender Document, Instructions to Tenderers.
Tenderers will be required to provide a Tender Security from a Bank or Insurance Company for a sum equivalent of 5% of the Contract Sum.
Failure on the part of tenderers to enclose the supporting documentation indicated above with each respective tender will render the tender non-responsive on the date of the opening of tenders.