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Information Notice - Nigeria - Construction of Sludge Treatment Facilities at Asejire, Osegere and Eleyele Water Treatment Plants – Contract Awards

 | Published July 21, 2017
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Information Notice - Nigeria - Construction of Sludge Treatment Facilities at Asejire, Osegere and Eleyele Water Treatment Plants – Contract Awards

Works to construct rural roads Tahoua–Takanamat (60 km) and Tahoua–Barmou (30 km) in the Tahoua Region

Ministry of Finance, EDF National Authorising Officer, c/o 'European Union Unit' | Published September 13, 2016
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construction of rural roads Tahoua - Takanamat (60 km) and Tahoua - Barmou (30 km) in the region of Tahoua

Overseeing and inspecting the works to construct rural roads Tahoua–Takanamat (60 km) and Tahoua–Barmou (28 km)

Ministry of Finance, c/o 'European Union Unit' | Published September 13, 2016
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Monitoring and control of construction and rehabilitation of rural roads Tahoua - Takanamat (60 km) and Tahoua - Barmou (28 km)

EOI – Nigeria - Consultancy firm services for construction of a cellulosic bio-refinery in Lagos – GEB – 08 2015

 | Published August 21, 2015
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REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (EOI) FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA Consultancy Firm Services for: CONSTRUCTION OF A CELLULOSIC BIO-REFINERY IN LAGOS, NIGERIA 1. This request for Expression of Interest (EOIs) follows the General Procurement Notice for this project that appeared on the African Development Bank website 2. Green Energy & Biofuels (GEB) has received a grant from the African Development Bank (AfDB) to finance the Feasibility, Technical, Business and Environmental studies as a lead up to the construction of a Bio-Refinery in Lagos, Nigeria. GEB intends to apply the proceeds of this Grant for payments of consultancy services to be procured under this project. 3. The objective of the grant is to support the structuring of a bankable business case that is able to catalyze the commitment of financial partners for the scale up of the GEB bio-ethanol gel cooking fuel production business in Lagos. In particular, the grant will finance (i) pilot phase –encompassing the optimization of bioprocesses and the feasibility of micro refineries, (ii) Post-pilot phase – covering the technical feasibility and costing study (iii) full Environmental and Social Impact Assessment (iv) business advisory services and market study. 4. GEB invites consulting firms to indicate their interest in providing the services. Interested firms must provide a statement of capability and experience indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar assignments and experiences, availability of appropriate skills among staff, etc.). Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications. 5. A short list of six consulting firms/consortia will be compiled in accordance with the procedures set out in the African Development Bank’s Rules and Procedures for the Use of Consultants, dated May 2008 and revised July 2012, using Quality and Cost-Based Selection (QCBS). Interested consultants may obtain further information at the address below during office hours from 8:00 am till 4:00 pm. 6. Written EOIs must be marked “Expression of Interest to Provide Consultancy Services for the construction of cellulosic Bio-refinery” and delivered to the address below by 16:00 hours on 7th of September, 2015. The Expression of Interest shall be written in English. Interested Consultants can also obtain a copy of the Terms of Reference (ToR) by email or in person through the details below: GREEN ENERGY & BIOFUELS 18B Ogundana Street, Off Allen Avenue Ikeja, Lagos Tel:+234 809-259-5073 Email: t.adeyemi@gebiofuels.com or info@gebiofuels.com

Construction of rural roads Tahoua - Takanamat (60 km) and Tahoua - Barmou (30 km) in the region of Tahoua

Finansministeren, EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede, c/o »EU-enheden« | Published May 27, 2014
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Travaux de construction des routes rurales Tahoua — Takanamat (60 km) et Tahoua — Barmou (30 km) dans la région de Tahoua

Monitoring and control of construction of rural roads Tahoua - Takanamat (60 km) and Tahoua - Barmou (30 km) in the region of Tahoua

Finansministeren, EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede, c/o »EU-enheden« | Published May 27, 2014
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Surveillance et contrôle des travaux de construction des routes rurales Tahoua — Takanamat (60 km) et Tahoua — Barmou (30 km) dans la région de Tahoua

Works to construct rural roads Tahoua–Takanamat (60 km) and Tahoua–Barmou (30 km) in the Tahoua Region

Finansministeren, EUF's nationale anvisningsberettigede, c/o »EU-enheden« | Published July 8, 2015  -  Deadline September 2, 2015
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Travaux de construction des routes rurales Tahoua — Takanamat (60 km) et Tahoua — Barmou (30 km) dans la région de Tahoua

EOI - Niger - Operational Audit of engineering aspects of construction management, environmental and social - Kandadji Program Ecosystems Regeneration and Development of Niger Valley - July 2015

 | Published July 28, 2015
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NOTICE OF PROXY EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST REPUBLIC OF NIGER HIGH COMMISSIONER TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE VALLEY OF NIGER (HCAVN) Kandadji Program Ecosystems Regeneration and Development of Niger Valley (Resource Development and Water Project Sustainable Management of Ecosystems in Niger Basin) Opinion No. 07/2015 / HCAVN / PDREGDEAPL2A OPERATIONAL AUDIT ENGINEERING ASPECTS OF CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, AND SOCIAL ENVIRONEMENTAUX - In English "Lender Engineer" Project: P130174 Name Project: APL 2A Credit Number: 51650 IDA This request for expressions of interest follows the general procurement notice for this project published in Development Business. The Republic of Niger (hereinafter called "Borrower") has received funding from the International Development Association (IDA) to finance the cost of el Water Resources Development Project Sustainable Ecosystems Management Phase He, and intends to apply part of the proceeds of this loan to payments under this contract for the operational audit aspects of engineering, construction management, environmental and social. This request for expressions of interest is specifically for internationally known companies, highly qualified in the field of hydroelectric projects multipurpose large with complex environmental and social issues. Services include:  Monitor compliance of planning and implementation of the program with the policies of The Program includes a number of legal agreements, commitments and plans describing the specific measures to be taken;  Provide the necessary information for proactive management of the program;  Check that the work plans of the different components of the program take into account realistically the essential milestones, particularly those involving accomplishments conditions shall apply in particular conditionalities of performing E & S objectives for disbursements for construction;  To monitor progress in the implementation of the program: measuring progress on the ground in relation to the project objectives and milestones is essential to the effective management and coordination of the project by the Government and other implementing partners ;  Communicate the progress in the implementation of the program to all interested're gone, namely the Government of Niger, the Programme Steering Committee, the HCAVN, technical assistance to the program, the various control engineers ( Lots and Electromechanical Engineering, Transportation Line, Road and Irrigation) and all donors. The mission will take place on a biannual basis missions ten days during the term of the number of man-days mission and about 1 780. The Office for Spatial Valley Niger (HCAVN) invites eligible candidates Interested consultants must provide information indicating that they are qualified to perform the services (brochures, description of similar contract execution, experience in similar conditions, availability of appropriate skills among personnel, etc.). Consultants may associate to enhance their qualifications. A consultant will be selected in accordance with procedures defined in the Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers, edition of January 2011. Interested consultants may obtain further information about the reference documents at below and at the following times Monday to Thursday from 8 am to 13h morning and afternoon 14h 30 min 30 min l7h local time; Friday from 8 am to 13 pm local time (GMT + 1). High Commissioner to the Development of the Niger Valley (HCAVN); It SONARA building, 3rd Floor, BP .206, Phone (227) 20 73 23 13, Fax: (227) 20 73 21 85; Email: Website Kandadji@intnet.ne Niamey Niger www.hcavn.org Expressions of interest must be delivered to the address below on or before Tuesday, August 25, 2014 at 10 am accurate (local time GMT + I) strict limit with the note: "Expression of interest for the operational audit aspects of engineering, construction management, environmental and social." High Commission for the Development of the Niger Valley (HCA VN); RIYADH Procurement Division District Road Niamey BP .206 Nyala, Phone (227) 20 7323 13, Fax: (227) 2073 21 85; E-mail: Kandadii@intnet.ne or uepkandadji@yahoo.fr or rahamanps2@yahoo.fr

EOI - Nigeria - Consultancy Services for the construction of cellulosic Bio-refinery – Environmental Assessment

 | Published October 14, 2016
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Service contract for an assistance assignment with project management to design and monitor the construction of a building complex to accommodate the offices, residence and homes for officials of the Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Niger

European External Action Service (EEAS), Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Niger | Published April 20, 2013  -  Deadline May 6, 2013
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Service contract for an assistance assignment with project management to design and monitor the construction of a building complex to accommodate the offices, residence and homes for officials of the Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Niger

NG-Electricity and Gas Improvement - P106172

 | Published February 5, 2016
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JV of PAK Electron Ltd/Rhouga Energy Ltd
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For The Construction, Rehabilitation And Reinforcement Of 330/132kv & 132/33kv Transmission Substation ICB Contract Award Notice Nigeria Project: P106172 - Nigeria Electricity and Gas Improvement Project(NEGIP) Bid/Contract Reference No: NGP-ICB-T4 LOT-3 Scope of Contract: for the Construction, Rehabilitation and Reinforcement of 330/132kV & 132/33kV Transmission Substation Duration of Contract: 24Month(s) Contract Signature Date: Evaluation Currency: USD-United States Dollars Awarded Bidder(s): Name: JV of PAK Electron Ltd/Rhouga Energy Ltd Address: Country: Pakistan Bid Price at Opening:USD 10,683,999.12 Evaluated Bid Price: USD11,098,663.16 Contract Price: USD11,098,663.16

EOI – Consultancy Firm Services - Nigeria - Environmental assessment forthe construction of a cellulosic bio-refinery in lagos – 11 2015

 | Published November 10, 2015
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NG-RAMP PHASE 2 - P095003

 | Published November 19, 2014
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Supervision Of The Rehabilitation/construction Of Rural Roads And Prioritized River Crossings In Osun State, Including 3 Years? Labour-based Maintenance Of The Rehabilitated Roads FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA OSUN STATE SECOND RURAL ACCESS AND MOBILITY PROJECT (RAMP-2) SUPERVISION OF THE REHABILITATION/CONSTRUCTION OFRURAL ROADS AND PRIORITIZED RIVER CROSSINGS IN OSUN STATE, INCLUDING 3 YEARS' LABOUR-BASED MAINTENANCE OF THE REHABILITATEDROADS Contract No :OS/RAMP/CST/QCBS/14/2 Duration : Fifty-Six (56)Months Method of Selection :  QCBS Project ID : P095003 CREDIT NO:51540 Date of Contract Signature:29th October, 2014 Scope of Contract: The objectives of the consulting services are: (i)      To reviewthe design of the Works and comment on any issues, deficiencies, or improvements that, in the opinion of the consultant, need to beaddressed to ensure a successful completion of the projects. (ii)    Toratifythe Contractors' work plans for the execution of contracts including the corresponding pre-construction activities in such a way toavoid slippages, delays by the contractor and to monitor and suggest to the Employer remedial advance actions to speed up works andavoid delays; (iii)    To ensure high quality construction with full compliance to Engineering Designsand Drawings, Technical Specifications and other Contract Documents within thespecified timeschedule (iv)     To monitor the Pre-constructionactivities (v)    To ensureproper programming, recording, measurement and accounting of the works by appropriate management andmeasurement techniques and reporting; (vi)   To prepareand issue valuations and payment certificates as at when due and inline with the terms of the contract; (vii) To preparemonthly and quarterly progress reports and final construction report and compile a full set of as built drawings of all completedworks; (viii)To ensure safety during construction and adherence to all Environment Management measures prescribed under theContract and the Environmental Management Plan, and ensure the Resettlement Action Plan is fully implemented ahead of construction; (ix)   To supervise any remedial works carried out during the defects liability period. Assign personnel to carry outintermediate and final inspection and preparation and issuance of final completion certificate; (x)     To carry out monthly checks and measurement of the labour-based routinemaintenance of the Works over the 3year period following completion of construction. Thescope of the assignment will therefore involve develop proper understanding of the project design and drawings. Within the first two months of services, theSupervision consultant shall review the Engineering Reports;Environmental Management Plans (EMPs), and the Resettlement ActionPlans (RAPs) including sequence of implementation of EMP and RAP measures etc., and shall provide the Employer with any recommendedcorrectivemeasures. Minimum Qualifying TechnicalScore: 70 Points Consultants' Names OBA ConsultLimited Yaroson PartnershipLimited Nicholas O'Dwyer ConsultingEngineers SAI Consulting Engineers PvtLimited Sanol Engineering ConsultantsLimited City/Country Nigeria Nigeria Ireland India Nigeria Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm TechnicalScore 94.36 92.60 89.76 86.68 84.60 Weighted Technical Score 75.49 74.08 71.81 69.34 67.68 Financial Score 75.49 6.99 9.27 5.13 20.00 Combined Score 92.09 81.07 81.08 74.47 87.68 Criteria (score) (score) (score) (score) (score) Specific Experience 10.0 10.0 10.00 10.00 7.00 Adequacy of Proposed Methodology 17.0 16.10 16.66 11.00 15.08 Key Experts 58.16 57.70 57.50 56.78 55.52 Transfer of Knowledge 4.20 3.80 0.60 3.90 2.00 Participation by Nationals among key staff 5.0 5.0 5.00 5.00 5.00 Total 94.36 92.60 89.76 86.68 84.60 Price as read out N139,798,873.61 N332,107,355.42 N250,388,000.00 $2,907,824.00 N452,893,588.00 N116,065,950.00 Final Evaluation Price N139,798,873.61 N332,107,355.42 N250,388,000.00 $2,907,824.00 N452,893,588.00 N116,065,950.00 Final Negotiated Price N139,798,873.61 NA NA NA NA Rank 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Other ShortlistedConsultant(s)/Firm(s) (these will be all that "Proposal submitted=no") Consultants' names SAFEGE City/Country France Proposal Submitted: NO Debriefing:Any Consultant who wishes to ascertain the grounds on which itsProposal was not selected, should request an explanation in writing from the State Project Coordinator, State ProjectImplementation Unit (SPIU) Osun Rural Access and Mobility Project, Old Government Press Building, testing ground area, Osogbo. OsunState. **The requesting Consultant shall bear all the costs of attendingto such a debriefing.

Service contract for an assistance assignment with project management to design and monitor the construction of a building complex to accommodate the offices, residence and homes for officials of the Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Niger.

European External Action Service (EEAS), Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Niger | Published March 19, 2013  -  Deadline April 22, 2013
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To enter into a service contract with a consultancy firm (architecture, engineering, coordination, etc.) which will carry out the assistance assignment with project management to design and monitor the construction of a building complex organised within a compound on 2,2 hectares of land comprising: an office building for 60 persons with a surface area of approximately 2 000 m2; a residence with a surface area of approximately 400 m2, a minimum of 15 homes with surface areas of between 120 and 160 m2 and recreational areas. These buildings are to accommodate the staff of the Delegation of the European Union in the Republic of Niger. The project management team must carry out the following services: assist with the design (building's architecture, structure, engineering, etc.), select companies and inspect and monitor the works.

NG-Electricity and Gas Improvement - P106172

Project Management Unit (PMU) | Published January 20, 2015  -  Deadline February 19, 2015
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Technical Assistance For Engineering Supervision And Site Management Of Construction, Reinforcement And Rehabilitation Of Grid Substations REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST (CONSULTANT SERVICES ? FIRMS SELECTION) Nigeria Nigeria Electricity & Gas Improvement Project (NEGIP) Credit No: 46200 UNI Assignment Title: Technical Assistance for Engineering Supervision and SiteManagement of Construction,Reinforcement and Rehabilitation of Grid Substations Reference No.: QCBS ?NGP-TC-17 EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST The Federal Government of Nigeriahas received a credit facilityfrom the International Development Association (IDA) under the World Bank towards the cost of NigeriaElectricity and Gas Improvement Project (NEGIP) and intends to apply part of theproceeds of this creditto payments under the contract for Consultancy Services for Technical Assistance for Engineering Supervisionand Site Management of Construction, Reinforcement andRehabilitationof Grid Substations. Theconsulting services ("the Services")includes: i.                   General ProjectManagement and Supervision ii.                 Technical Controlof Designs iii.                Receipt of the equipment in factory andsupplies to site iv.                Pre-Commissioning Tests And Commissioning UponWorks Completion Theapproximate effort level for the assignment is one hundred and seventy four (174) man months The Terms of Reference (TOR) for the assignment can be accessed at www.nepapmu.org.ng The Transmission Company of Nigeria -Project Management Unit (TCN-PMU) now invites eligible consulting firms("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services. Interested Consultants should provide informationdemonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to performthe Services. The shortlisting criteriaare: i.                   A reputable engineering consulting firm with at least 10 years consultingexperience ii.                 Experience in the construction and/ or supervision of turn-key substationproject of similar nature iii.                Engineering Consulting Experienceoutside home country iv.                Relevant experience in Engineering Supervision and Site Managementof Substations including Digital Control Systems (DCS) The attention of interested Consultants isdrawn to paragraph 1.9 ofthe World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Guidelines: Selection and Employment ofConsultants [under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits & Grants] by World Bank Borrowers January, 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), setting forth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Consultants may associate with other firms inthe form of a joint venture or a subconsultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with the Quality and CostBased Selection (QCBS) method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. Further informationcan be obtained at the address below during officehours i.e. 0900 to 1700 hours. Expressions of interest must be delivered in a written form to theaddress below (in person, or by mail, or by fax, or by e-mail) by 19th February, 2015. GENERAL MANAGER PMU Attention:  Engr. A.J.Ciroma Project Management Unit (PMU), 7, Hombori Street, Wuse II, Abuja 900288, NIGERIA. Tel: +234-9-8080288802 +234-9-8080288803 E-mail:phcnpmu@nepapmu.org.ng ciromaddd@yahoo.co.uk Website: www.nepapmu.org.ng

EOI - Niger - Services de consultant (Firme) - Contrôle permanent et suivi des travaux de construction d’un lycée technologique à Diffa - PADE/FPT

 | Published February 23, 2016
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Transforming Irrigation Management in NG - P123112

FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES | Published December 9, 2014  -  Deadline January 15, 2015
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Consultancy For Individual Dam Panel Of Experts ( Poe ) For Seven Dams In Northern Nigeria Under The Transforming Irrigation Management In Nigeria. FEDERAL REPUBLIC OFNIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATERRESOURCES CONSULTANCY FOR INDIVIDUAL DAM PANEL OF EXPERTS( PoE ) FOR SEVEN DAMS IN NORTHERNNIGERIA UNDER THE TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA. REFNO: FMWR/TRIMING/IC/2014/01 REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OFINTEREST A.                COUNTRY:                        NIGERIA NAME OF PROJECT:     TRANSFORMINGIRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING) PROJECT Project ID No:                   P123112 The FederalGovernment of Nigeria (FGN) has applied for a credit from the International DevelopmentAssociation (IDA) towards the cost of theTransforming Irrigation Management inNigeria (TRIMING) Project and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of this credit to payments under contracts for theprocurement of Services of Internationally recognized Individual Dam Safety Experts who shall work in a Committee ofExperts as aPanel of Experts to review and advise on matters relating to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, their appurtenantstructures, the catchment areas, the area surrounding the reservoirs and their downstream areas. The Panel of Expert terms ofreference may also cover such areas as review of technical design for the rehabilitation works. The seven dams are Bakolori, Zobe,Goronyo, Tiga, Dadin-Kowa , ,Hadejia Barrage, Challawa Gorge and Ruwan Kanyan  Reservoir. They will periodically monitor the rehabilitation works and the initial preparation for the reservoiroperation procedures.  The World Bank Dam Safety Policy is given in Section Bbelow. The TRIMING ProjectDevelopment Objective is to improve access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements forintegrated water resources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemes in NorthernNigeria. The principal proposed investment components are thefollowing: Water Resources Management and Dam Operations Improvement; Enhancing Agricultural Productivity and Support toValue ChainsDevelopment and Institutional Development and Project Management.  TheImplementing Agency for the Borrower (Government of Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR).  The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) to manage all aspects ofprocurement, management, payments and disbursement applications forthe Project. B. Operational Policy 4.37- Safety ofDams Need for a Panel of Experts. Bank support for all new orexisting irrigation projectsserved by new or existing large dams require that the dam's safety conforms to the requirementsof the Bank's Operational Policy (OP) 4.37 and are implemented from the Project preparation to its Loan closure by attachedhereto.  When substantial remedial works are needed, the Bank requires that (a) thework be designed and supervised by competent professionals; and (b) the same reports and plans as for a new Bank-financed dam beprepared and implemented.  Annex A to BP 4.37 mandates that, even for existing damsserving an irrigation project, four Plans are prepared and ready for updating, as necessary, during construction and commissioningof remedial works for the dams.  These Plans are: (i) Construction Supervision andQuality Assurance Plan; (ii) Instrumentation Plan; (iii) Operations and Maintenance (O&M) Plan; and (iv) Emergency PreparednessPlan. For high-hazard dams involving significant and complex remedial work, the Bank requires that a panel of independent experts(PoE) be employed to undertake reviews of the investigation,design, and construction of the dam's remedial works and the post-rehabilitation start of its reservoir operations. Composition of the PoE and its Modus Operandi  An (OP) 4.37 PoE consists of three or moreexperts, appointed by the Borrower and acceptable to the Bank, with expertise in the various technical fields relevant to thesafety aspects of the particular dam or dams. The number, professional breadth, technical expertise and experience of PoE membersare to be appropriate to the size, complexity, and hazard potential of the damunder consideration. For high-hazard dams, inparticular, the PoE members should be internationally known experts in their field and therefore must be nationally/internationally recruited where necessary for each type of expertise required. The primary purpose of the PoEis to review andadvise the Borrower on matters relative to dam safety and other critical aspects of the dams, its appurtenant structures, thecatchment area, the area surrounding the reservoir, and downstreamareas.  However, theBorrower normally extends the Panel's composition and terms of reference beyond dam safety to cover such areas as technical designand/or construction procedures requiring for complex associated works, especially where such works are to be undertaken forexisting dams providing normal daily water deliveries[1]. The Borrower contracts the services of the PoE and provides administrative support for its activities. Beginning as early inproject preparation as possible for an existing dam, the Borrower arranges for periodic Panel meetings and reviews, which continuethrough the investigation, design, construction, and also initial filling (if the remedial works require emptying of the reservoir)and operational start-up phases.  The Bank normally sends an observer to PoE meetingsand, after each meeting, the PoE prepares and submits a written report of its conclusions and recommendations, signed by eachparticipating member. Following the completion of the works or refilling of the reservoir and start-up of the dam, the Bank reviewsthePanel's final findings and recommendations with respect to the safetyof the dam. If no significant issues pertaining toreduction of safety risks and sustained normal operation (or the filling and start-up ofthe dam), the Borrower may disband thedam's PoE. C. PoERecruitment and Implementation The PMU intends to recruit a pool of experts for each area of expertise required that are willing to serve on the PoEsfor each dam.  A draft framework Contract will be sent to selected candidates describing the terms of their appointment, negotiated fee, how their visits will bearranged and paid etc. The PMU will be responsible for their air tickets, hotel accommodation, per diem expense, land and airtravel in Nigeria.  It will also arrange rooms for PoE meetings. PoE work in Nigeria is expected to last about 3 to 4 weeks forthe seven dams.  Prior to each initial design review meeting,each dam's PoE members will receive copies of all reports and a specific Terms of Reference (ToR) for the individual mission.  Damsdesign drawings will be made available to the PoE at the start of the Mission in Nigeria. If possible, the Consultant's Team Leader orhis dam expert will be available to answerPoE questions, representatives of the FMWR Dams and Reservoir Operations Dept. will attend all technical meetings.  Each dam PoE team will choose a panel member to serve as its spokesperson and undertake themanagement of report preparation for each mission. D.Qualifications of Required Experts The PoEexpertise required would include, inter alia, the following specialists with construction and existing dam rehabilitation andimprovement experience: (i) geotechnical investigations and design; (ii) hydro electro-mechanicalappurtenances and dam safety instrumentation; (iii) dam remedial worksconstruction specialist; and (iv) operational hydrologist. All interested candidates are expected to have a good comprehension of English in general and, an ability to write anEnglish technical note contribution for the mission report in particular.The PoE should possess sufficient knowledgeof International Standards (such as ICOLD) and best practices in their respective fieldas well as adequate experience of working for dam projects funded by International/bilateral agencies.   Therequisite professional qualifications of these experts are as follows: 1.) GeotechnicalEngineer A highly experienced Geotechnical Engineer with around 25years or above workin the geotechnical aspects of design, construction, operation and maintenance of dams, inclusive of remedialworks for existing dams.  He should be recognized internationally on the basis of hisconsulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of assessing a dam's complex geotechnical condition affecting its safety and, prepare an assessmentreport of his findings and recommendations including proposals for supplementarygeotechnical and geophysical field investigations. An understanding of geotechnical modeling software and geotechnical failure riskanalysis is desirable. 2.) Hydro Electro-MechanicalExpert A highly experienced Mechanical Engineer with around 25 yearsor above  especially in the dam development and rehabilitation including design,installation, operation and maintenance and replacement of dam Hydro Electro - Mechanical equipment, appurtenances (gates, valves, lifting equipment, pipesystems, etc.) and associated mechanical-electrical control systems. He should be recognized internationally on the basis of hisconsulting assignments, technical papers and membership in professional associations. He should be capable of critically assessing the condition of equipment, proposing specifications and methods of equipmentreplacement and preparing a report of his findings and recommendations. 3.) Dam Remedial Works Design and Construction Specialist A highly experienced Civil Engineer with around 25 years ofwork on construction and management of dams in general with particular experience in remedial works for large dams.  He should have first-hand experience in planning and managing construction programs,complex construction works such as grouting technologies for cut-off walls, coffer dams and similar works for existing dams inparticular.  He should be updated on current construction equipment, methods andtechnologies.  Prior consulting experience and dam review experience is anasset. 4.) Operational Hydrologist/Hydraulics Specialist An experienced engineer/hydrologist specializing inoperational hydrology of national and/or international repute with at least 20 years work experience.  This experience should include: processing and review of raw hydrometric data; analysis of extreme rainfall andriver flow statistics; preparation of river flow hydrographs and flow?duration curves for use in deriving reservoir rule curves;rainfall-runoff simulation of river flow under conditionsof inadequate flow records for determination  of extreme low frequency inflow hydrographs for dam reservoirs; reservoir operational modeling to determineextreme spillway discharges; river channel flow modeling to determine overbank flooding from extreme spillway discharges; dam breakmodelingas well as reviewof hydraulic design, such as spillways, stilling basins, outlet works, etc. E. ConsultantEoI InterestedConsultants shouldsubmit their Curriculum Vitae (CV) with copies of engagement letters supporting information that the CVdemonstrates that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience to perform the services. The short-listing criteriaare: a) General experience in area of expertise listed above on project/scheme inNigeria or     elsewhere at a similar scale; b) Specific experience in / of  particular area of expertise indams, water resource management or similarfields; c) Experience with Panel of Experts for Dams externally funded projects (e.g.AfDB, WB, USAID, DFID, etc.); d) Experience in Nigeriaor a developing countrywithin Africa under similar conditions. The attention of interested Consultants is drawn to paragraph 1.9 ofthe World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit and Grants) by World Bankborrowers. January 2011 edition(Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict ofInterest. Interested consultants may obtain further information from the addressbelow during office hours 08:00 and 17:00 (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to the Project Coordinator at address"ympeter@gmail.com". A hard copy of Expression ofInterest must be delivered to the address below in person or by courier not later than 14:00 hours local time on 15th January, 2015. ATTN: PROJECTCOORDINATOR, TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT INNIGERIA PROJECT, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATERRESOURCES, PLOT 1402, ABBA KYARI STREET, OFF ADESOJIADEREMI STREET APO?ABUJA. Tel+2348038391469,+2348052048706 Signed: ProjectCoordinator ympeter@gmail.com [1]               Such cases may arise for existing earth dams due to construction of: (i) afoundation cut-off  (e.g. for Goronyo dam); or (ii) an auxiliary spillway on the embankments of an existing earth dam (e.g.for Bakolori & Zobedams)

Erosion & Watershed Mgt Project - P124905

Imo State NEWMAP | Published June 17, 2016  -  Deadline August 5, 2016
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Procument Of A Contractor For The Construction And Remediation Works At Umuomeji-umuturu-ezemazu-urualla Gully Erosion Site In Ideato North Lga, Imo State FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA IMO STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE, ENVIRONMENT AND NATURALRESOURCES IMO STATE NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT(IMS-NEWMAP) Issued on:     Friday, June 17, 2016 Credit No:            IDA 51050NG IFB No.:      IMS/NEWMAP/CW/ICB/2016/01 PROCUREMENT OF A CONTRACTOR FOR THE CONSTRUCTION AND REMEDIATIONWORKS AT UMUOMEJI-UMUTURU-EZEMAZU-URUALLA GULLY EROSION SITES IN IDEATO NORTH LGA, IMO STATE. Invitationfor Bid The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a loan from the International Development Association (IDA) in variouscurrencies towards the cost of Imo State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (IMS-NEWMAP).  It isintendedthat part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for the Construction and Remediation Works atUmuomeji-Umuturu-Ezemazu-Urualla Gully Erosion Sites in Ideato-North LGA, Imo State. The Imo State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject (IMS-NEWMAP) now invites sealed bidsfrom eligible bidders for the construction and Remediation Works atUmuomeji-Umuturu-Ezemazu-Urualla Gully Erosion sites in Ideato-North LGA, Imo State ("the Works"). The Gully Erosion Sites are located in Ideato North Local Government Area of Imo State, Nigeriawithin the geographical coordinates of 50 52'14" North and 7003' 36" East. It transverses a distance of about 1.7 km from St. Johns Catholic Church Urualla to UrashiRiver. The construction works is for a period of twenty four (24) calendar months and shall include butnot limited to the following: a)    Interception of all water causing thegully and safely guiding it through the water waysdown to the UrashiRiver flood plain. b)    Prevention of further gully development. c)    Stabilization of the Gully Beds and Banks. d)    Re-establishment of links between households in the area. Qualified domestic bidders may be eligible to receive a margin of preferenceof 7.5 percent in Bid evaluation. To be eligible for the construction works,bidders must meet the followingcriteria: i.        Have a general construction experienceof at least 10 years with a minimum of two contracts of minimum value of USD38.79m in gully erosioncontrol. ii.        Demonstrate that it has access to orhasavailable liquid asset to meet a cash flow requirement of USD5.3m iii.        Have no history of court/arbitralaward decisions at least for the past five (5) years. Bidding will be conducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures asspecified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans andIDA Credits & Grants by World Bank Borrowers revised January 2011 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in the Procurement Guidelines. In addition, please refer to paragraphs 1.6 and 1.7 settingforth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from Imo State Project Management Unit, NigeriaErosion and Watershed Management Project,  Iheagwara Andrew(Procurement Officer), e-mail: andyiheagwara@yahoo.com,imonewmap@gmail.com and inspect the bidding documentduring office hours of 0900 to1600 hours at the address given below. A complete set of bidding document in English Language maybe purchased by interested eligible bidders upon the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of anon refundable fee of FortyThousand Naira (N40,000.00) only or Two Hundred US Dollars (US$200.00) only. The method of payment will be by certified Bank cheque in favour of Imo State Nigeria Erosion and WatershedManagement Project. The Bidding documents can be collected at the address below or sent by courier upon additional payment of OneHundred US Dollars (US$100.00) or Twenty Thousand Naira (N20,000.00)only for Europe, West Africa and others, as demand draft payable to ImoState NEWMAP, Owerri, not later than the deadline for sending bidding document by courier to cover delivery. The demand Draftshould be accompanied by a letter head of the desirous party requesting for transmittal of the documents giving reference to theBidding Number and the Title of the Bid. Bids must be delivered to the address belowon or before 12:00 noon local time on Friday, August 05, 2016. Electronic submission ofBids will not be permitted, please. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in the presence of the bidders'designated representatives andanyone who choose to attend at the address below: All bids must be accompanied by a security of OneHundredand Ninety One Million Nigerian Naira (N191.0million) only or Nine Hundred and Fifty FiveThousand US Dollars (US$955,000) only. The address referred to aboveis: ConferenceRoom State Project ManagementUnit (SPMU), Imo State Nigeria Erosionand Watershed Management Project (IMS- NEWMAP), Plot 36, Chief Executive Quarters (Opposite Ahiajoku Convention Centre) Area 'B', New Owerri, Imo State, Nigeria. Telephone: 08034871860, 08033285954 E-mail: imonewmap@gmail.com Engr. Victor O. Anueyiagu Project Coordinator

EIB - Design and construction of a drinking water treatment plant

Société de Patrimoine des Eaux du Niger | Published July 29, 2015  -  Deadline October 1, 2015
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BEI - Conception et réalisation de la station de traitement d'eau potable

NG-III Nat'l Urban Water Sector Reform - P123513

Federal Ministry of Water Resources | Published April 17, 2015
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General Procurement Notice NIGERIA THIRD NATIONALURBAN WATER SECTOR REFORM PROJECT GENERALPROCUREMENT NOTICE CreditNo: 5416-NG ProjectID No: P123513 The Federal Government of Nigeria has received financing inthe amount of US$250million [Two hundred and Fifty million US Dollars] equivalent from the International Development Associationtowards the cost of the Third National Urban Water Sector Reform Project, and itintends to apply part of the proceeds to payments for goods, works, related services and consulting services to be procured underthis project. The Project will be jointly financed by African Development Bank for one of the States (Rivers). The project will include three maincomponents; (i) Sector Reforms andWater Supply Investments in three States (Rivers, Bauchi & Ekiti States) with a range of large infrastructure (watersupply) investments, which are likely to include rehabilitation, upgrading and/or expansion of water intakes and treatment plans;rehabilitation and/or replacement of bulk transmissionpipelines; construction of new pipelines; rehabilitation and/or constructionof reservoirs, boreholes and well fields; replacement, expansion and/or construction of distribution networks; replacement andinstallation of water meters; as well as refurbishing of laboratories and construction of new office buildings; (ii) Governance, Institutional Strengthening and Human Capital Development that willinvolve design and implementation of reformsin nine States (Kano, Gombe, Benue, Jigawa, Ondo, Abia, Bayelsa, Anambra, andPlateau) as well as minor but urgently needed water supply infrastructure investments for quick improvements in service provision;and (iii) Sector wide Improvement and ProjectManagement at the Federal Level to strengthen the capacity of the Federal Government to, inter-alia, identify anappropriate financing model for the Nigeria Water sector, and to support and monitor the reform process and utility performance. Procurement of contracts financed by the World Bank will beconducted through the procedures as specified in the World Bank's Guidelines: Procurement under IBRD Loansand IDA Credits (current edition), and is open to all eligible bidders  as defined in the guidelines. Consulting services will be selected in accordance with the World Bank'sGuidelines: Selection andEmployment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers (current edition). Specific procurement notices for contracts to be bid under theWorld Bank's international competitive bidding (ICB) procedures and for contracts for consultancy serviceswill be announced, asthey become available, in UN DevelopmentBusiness and dgMarket, trade publications of wide international circulation and in localnewspapers. Interested eligible bidders who wish to be includedon the mailing list to receiveinvitations to prequalify/bid under ICB procedures, and interested consultants who wish to receive a copy ofadvertisementrequesting expressions of interest for consultancy contracts, or those requiring additional information, should contact the addressbelow. FederalProject ImplementationUnit FederalMinistry of WaterResources No 20 Lingu Crescent, off Aminu KanoCrescent Wuse II, Abuja P.M.B 159, Area 1 Garki, Abuja Nigeria. Attention: Engr Benson Ajisegiri (NationalProject Coordinator) Tel.: +234.8033737149 E-mail:bajisegiri1@yahoo.com, waterpppunit@yahoo.com