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Procurement Of Contractors For The Construction Of Reclamation, Channelization And Remediation Works At Four (4) Sites In Anambra State FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA GOVERNMENT OF ANAMBRA STATE MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT NIGERIA EROSION AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT Issue Date: 2nd September, 2016 Credit No: IDA 51050NG IFB No.: ANS/NEWMAP/ICB/CW/2016/01 Title: PROCUREMENT OF CONTRACTORS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF RECLAMATION, CHANNELIZATION AND REMEDIATIONWORKS AT FOUR (4) SITES IN ANAMBRA STATE Invitation toTender The Federal Republic of Nigeria has received a loan from the International Development Association (IDA) in variouscurrencies towards the cost of Anambra State Nigeria Erosion And Watershed Management Project (ANS-NEWMP). It is intended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under thecontract for the Construction of Reclamation,Channelization and Remediation Works at 4 Sites in Anambra State The Anambra State Nigeria Erosion And Watershed ManagementProject now invites sealed bids from eligiblebidders for the Construction of Reclamation,Channelization and Remediation Works at 4 Sites listed below in Anambra State ("the Works"). Lot Item Sites Bid Security (N) Equivalent in US Dollars 1 i. Ugamuma-Obosi N43,000,000.00 US$145,000 ii. Ikenga-Ogidi 2 i. Abidi-Umuoji N43,000,000.00 US$145,000 ii. Enugwu-Ukwu Lot 1: i. Ugamuma-Obosi: The Ugamuma Obosierosion site is located in Obosi township, in Idemmili North LocalGovernment Area (LGA). The gully head islocated at 260 694.999 N and 676 353.322E. The location is shown in Drawing No 5115005-ANM-DDW01002 in the Book of Drawings. Thegully has an approximate length of 2.3km and gully watershed area of 253ha. ii. Ikenga-Ogidi: Ndiagu Ikenga Ogidi (Ikenga) erosion site is located in Ogidi, within the IdemmiliNorth Local Government Area (LGA). The mainaccess to the gully head is from Awka-OnitshaExpressway. The site location at 681943.095 Nand 262008.835 E. The Ndiagu Ikenga, Ogidi Erosion Site is in Drawing No 5115005-ANM-DDW01000 in the Book of Drawings. The gullyhas an approximate length of 1.6km including the finger gullies and the gully watershed area is about562ha. Lot 2: i. Abidi village: Located in Idemmili North LGA of Umuoji, Anambra State. The site is located onNkpor-Nnobi road on the way from Umuoji to Nkpor. The gully headis located at 06deg 07' 00.8" N and 06deg 53' 05.4" E. The location is shown in Drawing No 5115005-ANM-DDW01000 in the Book ofDrawings. The gully has an approximate length of 1.3km and gully area of 3.5 ha. The road at north of the gully head has anapproximate of 3.5 km. ii. Enugwu-Ukwu: Located in Njikoka LGA. The main access to the gully tail is fromAwka-Onitsha old road. The gully head is located at681932.600N and 280699.353E. The location is shown in Drawing No 5115005-ANM-DDW01002 in the Book of Drawings. The gully has anapproximate length of 2km andgully watershed area is about 70.5 ha. The construction works is for a period of Eighteen (18) calendar months and shall include but notlimited to the following: a) Interception of all water causing the gully and safely guiding it through the waterways down to theIdemmili River for Abidi-Umuoji; Ihiagu Stream for Enugwu-Ukwu; Nkisi River for Ikenga-Ogidi; Idemmili River forUgamuma-Obosi. b) Prevention of further developmentof gullies. c) Stabilization of the Gully Beds and Banks. d) Re-establishment of links betweenhouseholds/communities 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 Ten (10) years with a minimum of Two (2) contracts of minimum value for Lot 1: N1.73b (USD5.7m)and Lot 2: N1.75b (USD5.8m)in gully erosion control. ii. Demonstrate that it has access to orhasavailable liquid asset to meet a cash flow requirement for Lot 1:USD1.36m (N271m) and Lot 2: USD 1.37m (N273m) iii. Have no history of court/arbitral awarddecisions at least for the past Five (5) years. iv. Evidence of firm's corporate registration withappropriate authority in Nigeria or oversea. v. Audited account for the past Five (5)years. vi. Bids will be considered per Lot. Bidders may quote for one or more complete Lots, as bids will beevaluated and awarded on a lot-by-lot basis or combination of lots, whichever results to be most economical to the Project. Bidsfor part of a Lot will be considered non-responsive. 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 ProcurementGuidelines. In addition, please refer toparagraphs 1.6 and 1.7 settingforth the World Bank's policy on conflict of interest. Interested eligiblebidders may obtain further information andinspect the bidding document during office hours of 0900 to 1700hours at the address given below. The ProcurementOfficer, Anambra State Project Management Unit, Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management, Chief JeromeUdoji Secretariat (Old Building), Arroma-Awka Anambra State,Nigeria Telephone:09095754625, 08037452028 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 Forty Thousand Naira(N40,000.00) only or Two Hundred US Dollars (US$200.00) only. The method ofpayment will be by certified Bank cheque in favour of Anambra State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project. The Biddingdocuments can be collected at the address below or sent by courier upon additional payment of One Hundred and Fifty US Dollars(US$150.0) only to the same beneficiary as above; not later than Fourteen (14) days to the deadline for submission to coverdelivery. The demand Draft should be accompanied by a letterhead of the desirous party requesting for transmittal of the documentsgiving reference to the number and title of the bid. Bids must be delivered to the address belowon or before 12:00 noon local time on October28th, 2016. Electronic bidding will not be permitted. 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 not less than theamount stated in the above table for each lot. Signed The ProjectCoordinator, State ProjectManagement Unit (SPMU), AnambraStateNigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project (ANS-NEWMAP), Chief JeromeUdoji Secretariat (Old Building), Arroma-Awka Anambra State,Nigeria Telephone:09095754625, 08037452028 E-mail: email@example.com
Procurement Of Contractors For The Construction/remediation Works For Floodcontrol Located In Ebonyi State, Nigeria EBONYI STATE GOVERNMENT MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT EBONYI STATE NIGERIA EROSION ANDWATERSHED MANAGEMENT PROJECT (EBS-NEWMAP) Issued on: Thursday, October 6, 2016 CreditNo. IDA 51050NG IFB No. EBS/NEWMAP/CW/ICB/2016/01 PROCUREMENT OF CONTRACTORS FOR THEconstruction/Remediation WorksFOR FLOOD CONTROL LOCATED IN EBONYI STATE, NIGERIA Invitation toTender The FederalRepublic of Nigeria has received a loan from the International Development Association (IDA)in various currencies towards the cost of Ebonyi State Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project(EBS-NEWMAP). Itisintended that part of the proceeds of this loan will be applied to eligible payments under the contract for the Procurement of contractor(s) for the Construction / Remediation Works for Flood Control Projects located in Ebonyi State,Nigeria. The Works are divided into two (2) lots. TheEbonyi State ? Nigeria Erosion and WatershedManagement Project (EBS-NEWMAP) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidder(s) for: LOT 1 - The Construction /Remediation Works at Odunukwe ? Nkalaki ? Hatchery Road ? IyiokwuInternational Market Flood Control Project in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State. [Ref:EBS/NEWMAP/CW/ICB/2016/01/1] Description of Lot 1: The Flood Site is located in Abakaliki Local Government Area of Ebonyi State, Nigeriawithin the geographical coordinates of 60 18'36.14" North and 80 05' 31.03" East. It transversesa distance ofabout 5.6 km from Ebonyi State University (College of Physical Science) to Ebonyi River. LOT 2 - The Construction / RemediationWorks at Ebia ? Iyiudele River Flood Control Project in Abakaliki, Ebonyi State. [Ref:EBS/NEWMAP/CW/ICB/2016/01/2] Description of Lot 2: The Flood Site is located in Abakiliki& Ebonyi Local Government Areas of Ebonyi State, Nigeria. The Ebia River stretch lies within the geographical coordinates of60 20'28.63" North and 80 09' 73" East;whilst the Iyiudele stretch lies between latitudes 60 20'17.04" and6019'08.88"N and Longitudes 8006'22.20" and 8007'26.22"E. Both rivers transvers a distance ofabout 12.36 km from Ogbaga Road to Ebonyi River. Bidder(s) may bid for either or both lots The construction / remediation works are for a period of twenty-four (24) calendar months for both Lot1 and Lot 2. The Works shall include but not limited to the following: a. Interception of all water causing the erosionand safely guiding it through the water ways down to the Ebonyi River. b. Prevention of further erosiondevelopment. c. Stabilization of the River Beds andBanks. d. Re-establishment of links between householdsin the area. EXPERIENCE &CAPABILITIES: Bidders must demonstrate that they have the necessary financial capability, experience andequipment to successfully execute either (or both) of the lots. Qualified domestic bidders may be eligible to receive a margin ofpreference of 7.5 percent in Bid evaluation. To be eligible for the construction works, bidders must meetthe following criteria: For Lot 1: i. Have a general construction experience of at least 10 years with a minimum of twocontracts of minimum value of NGN 3.7 Billion (US$ 18.5 M) in flood/gully erosion control in the last five(5) years;and in the role of prime contractor, JV member or subcontractor. ii. Demonstrate that it has access to or has available liquid asset to meet a cash flow requirement of NGN760.0 M (US$ 3.80Million) iii. The audited balancesheets for the last five (5) years shall be submitted and must demonstrate the current soundness of the Bidder's financial positionand indicate its prospective long-term profitability; iv. Have no history of court/arbitral award decisions at least for the past five (5) years. For Lot 2: Have a general constructionexperience of at least 10 years with a minimum of two contracts of minimum value of NGN 6.7 Billion (US$ 33.50 M) in erosion control in the last five (5) years; and in the role of prime contractor, JVmember or subcontractor. 2. Demonstrate that it has access to or has available liquid assetto meet a cash flow requirement of NGN 1.4 Billion (US$ 7.0 Million). The audited balance sheets for the last five (5) years shall be submitted and must demonstrate the current soundness of theBidder's financial position and indicate its prospective longterm profitability; 4. Have no history of court/arbitral award decisions at least forthe past five (5) years Additional information on experience and capabilities requirements for the works are provided in the BiddingDocument. Bidding will beconducted through the International Competitive Bidding procedures asspecified in the World Bank'sGuidelines: Procurement of Goods, Works and Non-Consulting Services under IBRD Loans and IDA Credits &Grants by WorldBank Borrowers revised July 2014 ("Procurement Guidelines"), and is open to all eligible bidders as defined in theProcurement 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 furtherinformation fromEbonyi State Project ManagementUnit, Nigeria Erosion and Watershed Management Project, Telephone: 08037514766 /09071866068, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org and inspect the bidding document duringoffice hours of 0900 to 1700 hours at the address given below. Acomplete set of bidding document in English Language may be purchased by interested eligible biddersupon the submission of awritten application to the address below andupon payment of a non-refundable fee of Sixty Thousand Naira (N60,000.00) only or Two Hundred US Dollars (US$200.00) only for eachLot. The method of payment will be bank deposits into Ebonyi State NigeriaErosion andWatershed Management Project Account Number: 2024794637 with First Bank Nigeria PLC and evidence of payment presented prior tocollection of bidding document. The Bidding documents can be collected at the address below orsent by courier upon additional payment of One Hundred US Dollars (US$100.0) only to the same account as above; not later than 14days to the deadline for submission to cover delivery. The demand Draft should be accompanied by a letterhead of the desirous partyrequesting for transmittalof the documents giving reference to the bidding No.; the title and Lot(s) of thebid. Bids must be delivered to the addressbelow on or before 12:00 noon local time on Thursday, November17, 2016. Electronic bidding will not bepermitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be publicly opened in thepresence of the bidders' designatedrepresentatives and anyone who chooses to attend at the address below: All bids must be accompanied by a bid security. For Lot 1: One Hundred and Twenty Million Naira (N 120.0 million) only or SixHundred Thousand US Dollars (US$ 600,000) only. For Lot 2: Two Hundred and Twenty MillionNaira (N 220.0 Million) only or One million and One Hundred Thousand US Dollars (US$1,100,000.00) only The address referred to above is: Conference Hall. State Project Management Unit (SPMU) Ebonyi State- Nigeria Erosion and Watershed ManagementProject (EBS-NEWMAP) No. 1 Onwe Road,Abakaliki. Ebonyi State. Telephone: 08037514766 / 09071866068 Email: email@example.com Dr.Philip U. Echiegu Project Coordinator
Consultancy Service For Feasibility Studies And Detailed Design Of Improved Hydrology And Hydrometry Of Gongola River Sub-basin And Dadinkowa Dam Safety Rehabilitation Needs. FEDERAL REPUBLIC OFNIGERIA FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATERRESOURCES TRANSFORMING IRRIGATIONMANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA PROJECT Project ID No: P123112 Credit No: CR 5506-NG Assignment Title: CONSULTANCY SERVICE FOR FEASIBILITY STUDIES AND DETAILED DESIGN OF IMPROVED HYDROLOGYAND HYDROMETRY OF GONGOLA RIVER SUB-BASIN AND DADINKOWA DAM SAFETY REHABILITATION NEEDS. Reference No. (FMWR/TRIMING/QCBS/2016/03/1) REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST (REOI) The Federal Government of Nigeria (FGN) has received a credit from the International Development Association (IDA) towardsthe cost of the Transforming Irrigation Management in Nigeria (TRIMING)Project and it intends to apply part of the proceedsfor consulting services. The TRIMING Project DevelopmentObjective is toimprove access to irrigation and drainage services and to strengthen institutional arrangements for integrated waterresources management and agriculture service delivery in selected large-scale public schemesin NorthernNigeria. The principal proposed investment components are the following:Water Resources Management and Dam OperationsImprovement; IrrigationDevelopment and Management; Enhancing Agricultural Productivity and Support to Value Chains Development; and Institutional Development and ProjectManagement. The Implementing Agency for the Borrower (Governmentof Nigeria) is the Federal Ministry of Water Resources (FMWR). The FMWR has appointed a Project Management Unit (PMU) to manage all aspects of procurement, management,payments and disbursement applications for the Project. The scope of the services would include, but not limitedto: (i) The feasibility study and detailed designs for Dadin kowa dam safety rehabilitation needs andinstrumentation refitting, including the construction drawings, cost estimates and bidding documents, Potential Failure ModeAnalysis, Emergency Preparedness Plan (EPP) and the Emergency Action Plan (EAP) and a Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for thedam with a chapter on Operation and Maintenance. (ii) The feasibility study on hydrology and bidding documents onhydro-meteorological equipment needs for the Gongola sub-basin, including the construction drawings, cost estimates (toprocure andinstall the equipment; weather stations, water measuring stations etc together with estimate for small civil works as necessary),in line with World Bank standards. (iii) Supervision of installations of the hydrometric equipment. (iv) Support the client during the procurement process for the services of an experiencedfirm in line with World Bank guidelines; The Consultant firm should have proven capacity to use up-to date techniques in the studies and designs of dam operation andsafety improvements; demonstrate experience in feasibility studies on hydrology and elaboration of bidding documents forinstallations of Hydrometric equipment; support the Client in the evaluation and selection of works contract packages andfacilitate and coordinate technology transfer and other aspects of the contracts. The Federal Ministry of Water Resources through its Project Management Unit (PMU) of the Transforming Irrigation Managementin Nigeria Project now invites eligible consulting firms ("Consultants") to indicate their interest in providing the Services.Interested Consultants should provide information demonstrating that they have the required qualificationsand relevant experienceto perform the Services. Interested consulting firms should submit their company profiles detailing experience of studies and designs forrehabilitations of dams, hydrometric, supervision carried out in the last ten (10)years of a similar nature to the current proposed assignment with verifiable evidence, related letters ofaward, and completion certificates as well as other supporting documents. The short-listing criteria are: a) Evidence of general experience of Consultancyin water resources management and dam safety; b) Evidence of core business and number of yearsin business; c) Availability of appropriate skills among staff, including but not limited to specialists in damrehabilitation, procurement and installation of hydrometric equipment, and hydrologydataanalysis/management. d) Firm's experience in similar assignments including technical details and details of themanagerial and organizational structure of the firm (with a minimum 10 years in dam, and water resources management; e) Firm's experience in working in similar conditions and environment (minimum 5years). The attention of interested Consultants isdrawn to paragraph 1.9 of the World Bank's Guidelines: Selection and employment of Consultants (under IBRD loans and IDA Credit andGrants) by World Bank borrowers, January 2011 edition (Consultants Guidelines) setting forth the World Bank Policy on Conflict ofInterest. Interested consultants may obtain furtherinformation from the addressbelow during office hours 08:00 and 17:00 (Local time Monday to Friday) and/or send an email to theProject Coordinator at address "firstname.lastname@example.org". Consultants may associate with other firms in the formof a joint venture or a sub-consultancy to enhance their qualifications. A Consultant will be selected in accordance with theQCBS method set out in the Consultant Guidelines. A hard copy of the Expression of Interest must be deliveredto the address below in person orby courier not later than 14:00 hours local time on 25th October, 2016. ATTN: NATIONAL PROJECTCOORDINATOR, TRANSFORMING IRRIGATION MANAGEMENT IN NIGERIA (TRIMING)PROJECT, FEDERAL MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES, PLOT 1402, ABBA KYARI STREET, OFF ADESOJI ADEREMISTREET APO ?ABUJA. NIGERIA Tel+2348038391469, +2348052048706;+234(09)2914013 Email: email@example.com Signed: National Project Coordinator
Background and Rationale
UNICEF, the United Nations Children's Fund, mobilizes goods and services to implement its cooperation program with the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and to support emergency humanitarian actions. The support to the North East emergency response state is the most significant recent example.
Some of these goods and services are mobilized locally. They contribute to the implementation of UNICEF programs in the fields of Health, Nutrition, Water, Hygiene and Sanitation, Education; Protection, as per the organization mandate.
The rules and procedures of the organization require to regularly update the supplier’s and service provider’s database and to evaluate their performance. This to ensure that a healthy competition is the basis of the mobilization of goods and services. The purpose being to obtain the required quality at the best cost and on time.
In a context of a local market in constant change, the UNICEF Office in Nigeria wishes to update its supplier database, by identifying local suppliers and service providers with standards and values in relation with the values promoted by UNICEF and the United Nations; and also to increase its response capacity to future emergencies.
Market survey objectives
The main objective of the survey is to provide UNICEF Nigeria with an updated and reliable supplier’s and service provider’s through a study of the market for goods and services in Abuja, Lagos and other areas in Nigeria.
The market survey will focus on the following industries:
Nigerian suppliers and service providers are encouraged to submit a Supplier Profile Form accessible online. Existing suppliers are also encouraged to submit their application as mean of updating its information in our system.
Requested information is for UNICEF’s internal use only and will be treated as confidential.