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LTA transport Colis et fret

CAMEROUN - CAMEROON | Published September 4, 2017  -  Deadline September 18, 2017
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LTA transport Colis et fret

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

CELLULE BAB BM/MINTP | Published January 11, 2016  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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Integrated Development Strategy From The Multimodal Transport Infrastructures In Cameroon movement stand MULTIMODAL PROJECT IN CAMEROON SOLICITATION OF INTEREST N ° 096 / SMI / MINTP / DGET / BAD CELL-BM / SPM / IJ OF 12/28/2015 For the selection of a consultant to develop a StratégieIntégrée of Multimodal Transport Infrastructure in Cameroon (S2ITM). TheGovernment duCameroun of the Republic has received funding from the International Development Association (IDA), and intends to use part of this credit Dumontant to make payments under the following contract: "Development of Integrated Strategy of Multimodal Transport Infrastructure in Cameroon (S2ITM). " The Consultant services ("Services") include the development of an integrated strategy for sustainable development of multimodal infrastructures movement stand, which aims to facilitate economic growth and reduce poverty, and support sustainable undéveloppement in Cameroon compatible with the goals of VISION 2035 and DSCE2010-2020. Consultant will be expected of it runs to a minimum activitésci ​​follows: Activity 1. Preparation andinitiating. Activity 2. Collection of data on secteurdestransports. Activity 3. Evaluation of transportCamerounais system. Activity 4. Development of an integrated transport model Cameroon (inter-modal). Activity 5. Estimation of future demand auCameroun transport. 6. Activity Plan Development Director desInfrastructures Intermodal Transport (PD2IT). Activity 7. Preparation of a draft Strategy Multimodal Transport desInfrastructures (S2ITM). Activity 8. Establishment of Investment Programs Prioritairesde Medium Term (PIPMT); Activity 9. Definition of mesuresd'accompagnement; 10. Completion activity etrestitution. The expected duration of benefits is twenty-six (26) months.

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

CELLULE DE SUIVI EXECUTION DES PROJETS ROUTIERS FINANCES PAR LA BAD BM | Published June 1, 2015  -  Deadline June 15, 2015
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Audit And Financial Accounting From Multimodal Transport Project From Exercises In Title Of 2015, 2016 And 2017 REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ------------------ REPUBLIC OFCAMEROON Peace-Work- Fatherland ----------------- --------------- MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS --------- ------ MULTIMODAL TRANSPORT PROJECT SOLICITATION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST N ° 041 / SMI / MINTP / CSEPR BAD-BM du13 mai2015. Project No. P143801 IDA Credit No. 5465-CM. Reference number in the PPM: 01 (Selection desConsultants) 1. The Government of the Republic of Cameroon has received funding from the Internationalede Development Association (IDA) and intends to use part of the amount of this credit to make payments under the following contract: Accounting and financial audit of the multimodal transport project titredes 2015.2016 exercises and 2017. 2. Consultant services ("Services") will focus both on the audit of financial statements ? on the internal control system .The implement procedures to enable the auditor to make two (02) separate opinions of two (02) units of the project, namely: · The report on the financial statements in two (02 ) parts comprendrauneopinion dedicated to CSEPR BAD-BM and another CAMRAIL; · The report on the internal control system for two (02) entities will be presented in two (02) games also. The mission of a period of twenty-four (24) working days will begin on April 15 of each tax period.

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

CELLULE DE SUIVI DE L EXECUTION DES PROJETS ROUTIERS FINANCES PAR LA BAD BM | Published June 1, 2015
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General Procurement Notice REPUBLIQUEDU CAMEROON 0 ---------- ---------- --------- MINISTEREDES PUBLIC WORKS 0 --------- SECRETARIATGENERAL - 0 --------- --------- GENERAL FOR TRAVAUXD'INFRASTRUCTURES -------- -------- 0 BRANCH INVESTISSEMENTSROUTIERS ----- 0 ----- --------- Cell BAD-BM IP1 / SPM REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON 0 ---------- --------- MINISTRY OF PUBLIC WORKS - 0 --------- ---------- --------- 0 --------- SECRETARIATGENERAL DIRECTORATE GENERAL WORKS OFINFRASTRUCTURE ------ --0 DEPARTMENT OF ROAD INVESTMENTS -------- ---------- --------- 0 ADB-WB Unit NOTICE GENERAL PROCUREMENT PROJECT DESMARCHES TRANSPORTMULTIMODAL (P .143801) CAMEROON The Government of Cameroon, a areçu Bank dela Mondialed'unmontant funding equivalent to US $ 71 million to finance the project transportmultimodal and intends to use the funds for procurement of goods, works and consulting services to be passed through ceprojet. Specific objectives related to the components A and C duprojet are as follows: (i) Améliorationde road infrastructure of the Maroua-Kousseri section; (Ii) Développementd'une integrated approach of the different transport modes Lesprincipaux works contracts, consulting services and supplies passerdurant this project are: 1. Works: - Réhabilitationde the paved road Maroua-Mora. - Gestionet maintenance by level of service road paved Maroua-Kousseri ycompris bypass the town of Kousseri. 2. Consulting Services: - Surveillanceet control work cited above; - Etudesde preparation of future projects in the transport sector; - Auditdes MINTP skills; - Recrutementd'un training expert; - Recrutementd'un consultant in monitoring and evaluation; - Recrutementd'un expert in road safety; - Etudeen for the Development of an independent control system prixdetransports and évolutiondes costs in Cameroon; - Etudesen for improving the business climate for market transportscompétitifs; - Auditcomptable and financial project for 2015.2016 and 2017 financial years; - Elaborationd'une integrated strategy auCameroun multimodal transport infrastructure; - Evaluationd'un integrated socio-environmental policy framework sector transportset definition of an implementation plan?. - 3. Supplies: - acquisitionof project vehicles; - Acquisitiondu computer hardware; [KHM1] consultantsseront selected in accordance with the "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers Inthe context of IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and Donations" datéede January 2011 opinions on the different markets quidoivent be in line with bidding procedures concurrenceinternationale the World Bank will be published as they become available in 'Development Business' and Inthe local newspapers. Potential bidders meeting the criteria of origin etsouhaitant included on the list of recipients for deprésélection notice / tender under the international bidding procedures laconcurrence, or those requiring additional information, should contact the addresses below. Ministry of Public Works (MINTP) Suivide Coordination Unit and the Exécutiondes Road Projects funded by the Group of African Bank deDéveloppementou the World Bank; Yaounde, Cameroon, Phone (237) 2 22 22-44-51 / 2 22 22 22 94; Fax: (237) 2 22 23 48 78/2 22 22 22 94; email: csepr_badbm@yahoo.fr The Ministredes Construction [KHM1] Too small amount

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

CAMRAIL | Published June 8, 2016  -  Deadline July 29, 2016
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Supply And Installation Of Light Signaling Six (06) At level crossings Tender (IFB) CAMEROON Project in Cameroon -P143801 Multimodal Transport Financing / Credit IDA 54650-CM AAOI No: 141.I.04 / 16-IDA for the supply and installation of light lasignalisation six (06) crossings 1. This Request for Proposals follows the General Procurement Notice dePassation appeared in the "Development Business" from June 1 2015. CAMRAIL Dealers Chemins de Fer Cameroonians, Client's Representative etMaîtred oeuvres, intends to use part of this credit poureffectuer payments provided under the object market bidding présentavis . 3. CAMRAIL invites sealed bids from eligible and dessoumissionnaires meet the qualifications for the andinstalling supply of light signaling six (06) Level crossings (PN), including: Two (2) Level Crossings Douala: PN 5 KM? PN Nyalla and four (4) Level Crossings in Yaounde? PN PN Obobogo DAMASCUS? PN of the PN General Hospital del'Abattoir A visit sites preceded by a preliminary conference will be held following the program enannexe joint. 4. Bidding will be conducted through the offresinternational (AOI) as defined in the "Guidelines: Procurement financed by IBRD Loans and IDA Créditset Dons' edition published in January 2011, and open to all bidders from eligible countries as defined Inthe Guidelines. Director of Planning and Supply; e-mail: appels.offres@camrail.net and aware of the Bidding Documents at the address below from 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. local time on all working days. Qualification - SectionIII of "evaluation and Qualification Criteria." The présencede plans and photos can not shipping by messagerieélectronique. The offresdoivent include a "Bid Security" for an amount of eight million CFA francs (8,000,000 FCFA) or twelve millecent ninety-six (12,196) euro). 9. The address which is referred to above is: CAMRAIL, BP 766, the Planning Directorate of Supply and Workshops Central Bassa, Douala, Cameroon, Charles René yombo - Director Phone: (+) 237 233 50 26 73/233 50 26 00 Fax: (+) 237 233 50 26 60, E-mail: appels.offres@camrail.net THE DIRECTOR GENERAL

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

CAMRAIL | Published June 30, 2016  -  Deadline September 30, 2016
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Supply And Installation signaling Transcam 2 Tender (IFB) CAMEROON Project in Cameroon -P143801 Multimodal Transport Financing / Credit IDA 54650-CM AAOI No: 138.I.10 / 15-IDA for the supply and installation of a system centraliséde embedded signaling and regulation of traffic TRANSCAM2 1. This Request for Proposals follows the General Procurement Notice dePassation appeared in the "Development Business" from June 1, 2015. CAMRAIL Dealers of Paths Cameroonians iron Client's Representative etMaîtred oeuvres, intends to use part of this credit poureffectuer payments provided under the object market bidding présentavis. 3. CAMRAIL invites sealed bids from eligible and dessoumissionnaires meet the qualifications required for the provision of a centralized system etpose embedded signaling and regulation Transcam 2 of traffic in a single batch namely: Slice Description farmhouse lot conditional phase of lot Total equipment by type Quantities Quantities equipment for the control center 01 00 01 board equipment (03 kinds) 43 + 03 + 54 10 + 03 + 25 53 + 06 + 79 a tail signal 20 October 30 track equipment (07 kinds) 14 + 8 + 14 + 128 + 128 + 97 + 8 18 + 31 + 18 + 84 + 84 + 93 + 31 32 + 39 + 32 +212 + 212 + 190+ 39 station equipment 07 + 07 + 07 09 + 09 + 09 16 + 16 + 16 production of estrequise manufacturer's authorization. Delivery (supply and production related services) is eighteen (18) months from lasignature market for both tranches (firm and conditional) of the lot. A visit sites preceded by a preliminary conference will be held following the enannexe attached program. 4. Bidding will be conducted through the offresinternational (AOI) as defined in the "Guidelines: Procurement financed by IBRD Loans and IDA Créditset Dons' edition published in January 2011, and open to all bidders from eligible countries as defined Inthe Guidelines. Director of Planning and Supply; e-mail: appels.offres@camrail.net and aware of the Bidding Documents at the address below from 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. local time on all working days. Qualification - SectionIII of "evaluation and Qualification Criteria." The présencede plans and photos can not shipping by messagerieélectronique. Bids must include a "Bid Security" for an amount of forty-three million CFA francs (43 million FCFA) or sixty-five thousand five hundred fifty-three (65,553) euro). 9. The address which is referred to above is: CAMRAIL, BP 766, Directorate of Planning and Supply Workshops Bassa, Douala, Cameroon, Charles yombo - Director Phone: (+) 237 233 50 26 73 / 233 50 26 00 Fax: (+) 237 233 50 26 60, E-mail: appels.offres@camrail.net DIRECTOR GENERAL EXPANSIONS (Publication / Review) - UNDB-on line - Dg Market - SOPECAM + 02 NEWSPAPERS - ARCHIVES - DISPLAY PROGRAM VISIT SITES FILE TENDER FOR THE PROVISION AND POSED'UN CENTRALISED SIGNS AND EMBEDDED CONTROL OF TRAFFIC Transcam 2 Date Time Event Speakers Location Thursday18 / 08/2016 09am - 10:30 General Presentation project project Team CAMRAIL central workshops Bassa àDouala Series issues Bidders 11h - 12h30 Visit blocMM CAMRAIL / Bidders Workshops Montage, Electrical and Brakes 13h - 14h Visit of the CPC, salleserveur, roof terrace CAMRAIL / Bidders BV / DG Bessengue Friday 19 / 08/2016 9:40 to 12:30 Moving to Nkometou CAMRAIL / Bidders Station Nkometou 13h - 14h 30 Moving to Obala CAMRAIL / Bidders Station Obala

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

Camrail/Direction de la Planification et des Approvisionnement | Published December 8, 2015  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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From solicitation Events D? Interest For The Control And Monitoring Of Works Of Rehabilitation Of Pontsferroviaires SOLICITATION OF EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST CAMEROON Multimodal Transport Project in Cameroon P143801 Recruitment of a consultant for lecontrôle and monitoring of rehabilitation of railway bridges work. IDA Credit No. 5465 -CM reference (according to the Procurement Plan): 02 Government of the Republic of Cameroon has received funding from the Associationinternationale dedéveloppement (IDA), and intends to use part the amount of this credit to payments to titredu contratsuivant Security and surveillance (of Master oeuvres) of pontsferroviaires rehabilitation work benefits consist Mastery of piece for rehabilitation of some railway bridges,? laligne Douala - Ngaoundere. This consultation consists of five (05) independent lots are respectively: Lot 1: Rehabilitation of pontferroviaire KP 302 + 373 Lot 2: Rehabilitation of pontsferroviaires KP 3 + 600, 350 + 642.355 + 024 and 397 + 822 Lot 3: The tightness of railway Desponts aprons PK 196 + 400, 236 + 321, 251 + 972 and 404 + 867 Lot 4: Injection of cracks andtreating degraded areas on concrete railway bridges PK 805 + 425, 810 217, 811 + 665, 818 + 126 + 467 et865 Lot 5: Rehabilitation of laboulonnerie and railings of railway bridges For lots 1, 2 and 5, the key personnel duConsultant will consist at least of: - one (01) Mission Director, Civil Design Engineer or equivalent, specializing in the rehabilitation of metal bridges and justifiantd'uneexpérience at least ten (10) years in the scale benefits and importancesimilaires; They will be present at the different sites of work (one for each bridge part of unlot given) for the duration of the project. For lot 3, the key personnel consist of Consultantsera at least: - one (01) Mission Director, Civil Design Engineer or equivalent, specializing in waterproofing of concrete bridge decks and justifiantd'une experience of at least ten (10) years in the scale benefits and importancesimilaires; They will be present at the different sites of work (one for each bridge part DULOT 3), for the duration of the project. For lot 4, the key personnel consist of Consultantsera at least: - one (01) Mission Director, Civil Design Engineer or equivalent, specializing in the repair and strengthening of reinforced concrete, and justifying an experience of at least ten (10) years in the scale benefits and importancesimilaires; They serontprésents on different sites of work (one for each bridge making partiedu lot 4), throughout the duration duchantier. The mission of an eight (8) months for each lot consists of: in the provision of staff to lecontrôle, surveillance and monitoring of the work The criteria for establishing restricted laliste are: brochures, references attested by clients regarding the execution of similar assignments, experience in similar conditions, qualified staff meeting the selection criteria of key personnel, etc. It is brought to the attention of Consultants paragraphe1.9 that the provisions of the "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers dela under the IBRD Loans and Credits and Grants IDA published in May 2004, October 2006 and réviséesen January 2011, concerning the rules of the Bank mondialeen intérêtssont applicable terms of conflict. Consultants may associate with other firms to strengthen respective leurscompétences in the form of a solidarity group or a subcontractor agreement. A Consultant will be selected according to the Selection Based on laQualité method and cost (QCBS) as described in deConsultants Guidelines. Consultants interested can obtain further information àl'adresse below and the following times every working day from 9:00 to 3:00 p.m.. Expressions of interest written in French language in four (04) copies (01 originalet 03 copies) must be delivered to the address below in person, by mail, by facsimile or electronic parcourrier later than 29 January 2016. CAMRAIL Directorate of Planning and Supply Bassa Workshops 766 Douala, Cameroon Tel. (+) 237 233 4038 96 Fax (+) 237 233 40 38 96 E-mail: appels.offres@camrail.net

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

MINISTERE DES MARCHES PUBLICS | Published March 3, 2016  -  Deadline May 4, 2016
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And Mora Kousseri, Including The Bypass In Kousseri. REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Patrie PRESIDENCEDE ---------------- ---------------- THE REPUBLIC REPUBLIC OFCAMEROON Fatherland -------- ------- --------------- PRESIDENCYOF THE REPUBLIC MINISTRY OF PUBLIC MINISTRY ---------------- OFPUBLIC CONTRACTS - --------------- MULTIMODAL TRANSPORTATION PROJECT CAMEROON Crédit5465-CM Appeld'offres International open (AOIO) No 004 / AOIO / MINMAP / JPAC-SI / 2016 11/01 / KOUSSERI 2016, INCLUDING THE bYPASS KOUSSERI. 1. Advertising: CetAvis of Tender follows the General program dece Procurement Notice published in the Business UNDevelopment 1 June 2015 and 23 avril2015 leCameroon Tribune. 2. Subject of the Bid: Kousseri, including circumvention of Kousseri. " 3. Consistency of etdélais work: LeMinistère Public Procurement (MINMAP) invites applicants admitted to soumettreleurs offers in sealed envelopes to realize: Mora, A more complete description of these travauxest given in Section VI of the Bidding Documents. (Ii) lesservices Management and Maintenance Services by Levels (Genis) of Maroua and Kousseri RN1bitumée between (including the circumvention of Kousseri), service levels desired sontdéfinis more clearly in section VI of the Tender Document of deals. and environmental measures etsociales are attached, whose technical specifications are contained Inthe Dossier Bidding. The start destravaux deréhabilitation will be the date of notification of the Order of Service dedémarrage benefits. The start will desservices deGENiS the provisional receipt of the works of réhabilitationsur each of the sections below, the related work to be déclenchéspar Service Order: Mora to run when duprésentcontrat; Dabanga: Outstanding rehabilitation; Kousseri: Outstanding rehabilitation. Including circumvention of Kousseri: ongoing rehabilitation. 4. Selection Mode etparticipation: The appeld'offres will be based on international bidding procedures définiesdans's Guidelines: Procurement marchésde supplies detravaux and services (other than consulting services) by lesEmprunteurs Bank World under the IBRD loans and Donations descrédits and IDA January 2011.Il is open to all lescandidats fulfilling the conditions stipulated in the guidelines. 5. Renseignementscomplémentaires: Lescandidats interested and meet the criteria for participation, can ilsle wish to obtain additional information and examinerlesdocuments tender at the address given in 12. 6. Acquisition of Appeld'Offres Dossier: this receipt will identifierle payeurcomme representative of the Company or "Group" Entreprisesdésireuses to participate in the bidding. 7. Submission of tenders: Chaqueoffre written in French in six (06) copies, one (01) original and six (06) copiesmarqués as such, plus two (02) copies electronically, will êtredéposée under folds closed against receipt , the Support Unit auLancementdes Tender Ministry of Public desMarchés, located on the ground floor of the building housing building Ade sesservices later than 21/03 / 2016A 10 am local time etdevra marked: Call for International open tender (AOIO) no 004 / AOIO / MINMAP / JPAC-SI / 2016 01/11/2016 KOUSSERI INCLUDING CONTOURNEMENTDE KOUSSERI "To be opened only meeting dedépouillement" the electronic submission will serapas accepted and late bids submitted will not be accepted. Lesplis will be opened on 03/21/2016 at 11 am (local time) enprésence of bidders' representatives who choose to attend At the opening, by the Central Commission TravauxRoutiers of Procurement, sitting on the ground floor of Building A hosts its services . Procurement of competent COMMISSION OF Markets, establish meeting taking unprocès record Bid Opening which mentions the composition of offers andthe amount of the bid. 8. Bid Security: Its validity must exceed twenty-eight (28) days of bid validity. 9. Period of validity of tenders: Ellepermettra maintain valid tenders throughout the period del'analysedes deals to the notification of the contract (Cf.clause 18.1 of the Instructions to Bidders (ITB)). 10. Constituent parts of the dossier Appeld'Offres Ledossier Bidding has three parts which are: PartI: Bidding Procedures; PartII: Technical Specifications and Drawings; PartIII: Market. Documents available to the Unit AfDB / WB Rapportgéotechnique; Rapporthydraulique; Topographieet project geometry; Plans: plans routes, cross section; Plansdes classrooms, latrines, administrative blocks, benches, tables, Writing materials

CM - Multimodal Transport Project - P143801

Camrail/Direction de la Planification et des Approvisionnements | Published December 8, 2015  -  Deadline February 19, 2016
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Supply And Installation Of Two (02) A Level Crossings (pn) Tender (IFB) CAMEROON Project in Cameroon Multimodal movement stand-Financing P143801 / IDA Credit 5465-CM AAOI No: 139.I.10 / 15- IDA SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF TWO (02) LEVEL CROSSINGS (PN) 1. This Request For Proposals follows the General Procurement Notice dePassation appeared in the "Development Business" from 1 June 2015, CAMRAIL Dealers Chemins de Fer Cameroonians, Client's Representative etMaîtred oeuvres, intends to use part of this credit poureffectuer payments provided under the contract SUPPLY AND INSTALLATION OF TWO (02) LEVEL CROSSINGS (PN ). 3. CAMRAIL invites sealed bids from eligible and dessoumissionnaires meet the qualifications necessary for the supply of two etinstallation (02) Level Crossings (PN), including:? PN DAMASCUS in Yaounde? PN slaughterhouse in Yaounde A visit sitesprécédée a preliminary conference will be held following the program indicated in the tender dossier (see paragrapheIS7.1: Section II-Specific Data of the Tender) 4. Bidding will be conducted by offresinternational Call (AOI) as defined in the "Guidelines: Procurement of contracts financed by IBRD Loans and IDA Donations Créditset" Edition published in January 2011, and open to all bidders from eligible countries as defined dansles Guidelines. Director of Planning and Supply; e-mail: appels.offres@camrail.net and aware of the Bidding Documents at the address below from 9:00 to 3:00 p.m. local time on all working days. Qualification - the SECTIONIII of "Evaluation and Qualification Criteria." The presence of plans and photos can not shipping by messagerieélectronique. All bids shall be "a del'offre guarantee" for an amount of six million CFA francs (6,000,000 FCFA) or nine thousand one hundred forty-seven (9147) euro). 9. The address which reference is made above is: CAMRAIL, BP 766, Planning and Supply Management Workshops Bassa, Douala, Cameroon, Charles yombo - Director Phone / Fax: (+) 237 233 40 38 96, E-mail: appels.offres@camrail.net THE DIRECTOR GENERAL enlargements (publication / Display) --UNDB on line - Dg Market - SOPECAM + 02 NEWSPAPERS - ARCHIVES - DISPLAY

SPN – Nigeria-Cameroon - Construction of a two-lane bridge over the cross river at the Cameroon-Nigeria Border (Ekok-Mfum) - Bamenda–Enugu Transport Facilitation Program

 | Published May 23, 2016
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CM-Energy Sector Development SIL (FY08) - P104456

Projet de Mise à niveau et Développement du Réseau de Transport d?Electricité | Published August 1, 2016  -  Deadline September 9, 2016
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Recrutement D?un Consultant Pour La Mission D?assistance À La Maitrise D?ouvrage (amo) En Vue De La Remise À Niveau Des Réseaux Interconnectés De Transport De L?electricité Du Cameroun À L?horizon 2020 REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN Paix-Travail-Patrie ??????????????????????? MINISTERE DE L'EAU ET DE L'ÉNERGIE ??????????????????????? REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ??????????????????????? MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES ANDENERGY ???????????????????????

CM-Energy Sector Development SIL (FY08) - P104456

Projet de Développement du Secteur de l?Energie | Published January 28, 2015  -  Deadline February 13, 2015
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Recruitment Consultant A D Technical Support For The AL operationalization of the Public Transport Network In From The Manager Of Electricity In Cameroon REPUBLIC DUCAMEROUN Peace-Work-Fatherland ????????????????????? ?? MINISTRY OF WATER AND ENERGY ??????????????????????? REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ??????????????????????? MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND WATERRESOURCES ??????????????????????? REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST inorder SELECTION CONSULTANTS NOTICE From solicitation demanifestation attractions of Camaguey No. 0005 / ASMI / MINEE / PDSEN / SPM / 2015 DU22 JANVIER2015 Name Country Cameroon Development Project Project Name Energy Sector (PDSEN) Heading Consultant Mission Recruitment of a consultant for technical support àl'opérationnalisation Public Transport Network Manager of Electricity (TSO) auCameroun IDA Credit CR.4484.CM Reference Number: No MI. 8 Procurement Duplan January to December 2015, Tab "Consultants". CM 4484-0 del'Association International Development (IDA) pourl'exécution of the Energy Sector Development Project (PDSEN) and intends to use unepartie the amount of this credit to payments of a following contract: "Recruitment of a consultant for technical support to the operationalization duGestionnairede Public Transport Network of Electricity (TSO) in Cameroon". BACKGROUND: The World Bank proposes to assist the Government in implementing projects Preparation of unFonds (FPP) to finance the recruitment of consultants that will lead studies on Decreation work and operationalization of the TSO, as well as resources BIRD shop for upgrade electricity public transport operations réseaude put OBJECTIFDE MISSION: The purpose of the consultation mission estd'appuyer the rapid establishment of the TSO before the end of 2015, with a progressive support etactivités all its functions allowing it to be as independent as possible. SERVICES REQUESTED: The consultant's services consist PPress the Ministry of Water and Energy in the creation of the TSO which gradually take over the functions assigned to the Transportactuellement ENEO operator such as operation and maintenance of network infrastructure transport, energy lagestion movements (dispatching) and planning the electrical system. He will accompagnerle Government for the gradual transfer of the assets and activities of the energy of Transport ENEO to the TSO to séparationorganisationnelle, etc. The consultant will include preparing / élaborerun manual of procedures for all functions of the TSO, establish a detailed roadmap for transfersets progressifdes functions it has to support, establish agreements / protocols that will stop relations ENEO andTHE between TSOs, etc. This change will require the confectiond'outils and appropriate support, training and support of stakeholders, will have to operate without disruption of the functioning of the electricity sector in theperiod. Interested consultants must provide lesinformations demonstrating that they have the required qualifications and relevant experience for the performance desditesprestations: presentation of their structure, description of similar assignments performed, experience in conditionssemblables, availability of skills among staff, etc. The criteria pourl'établissement the shortlist are: - General experience of the firm: years of work in general, as a firm or design office in thefield of the mission; - Specific experience: number of similar contracts for the mission and taking into account the experience and lesréférences relevant consultants for the mission. It is brought to the attention of Consultants queles paragraph 1.9 of the "Guidelines: Sélectionet Employment of Consultants by World Bank Borrowers under IBRD Loans and Credits and Grants del'AID" Edition January 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), relating to the rules of WORLDBANKOPERATIONSEV concerning conflict of interest apply. Consultants may associate avecd'autres firms to enhance their qualifications in the form of a solidarity group or accorddesous contractor. A Consultant will be selected according to "Selection Based on Quality and Cost" method (SQFC) telleque described in the Consultants Guidelines. Interested consultants may obtain further misinformation to the address below and the following hours: from 9:00 to 3:30 p.m. minutes, local time. Written expressions of interest should êtredéposées to the address below in person, by mail, by facsimile or electronic mail no later le13FEVRIER 2015

CM-Energy Sector Development SIL (FY08) - P104456

 | Published September 14, 2016
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Recrutement D?un Consultant Pour L?appui Technique A L?operationnalisation Du Gestionnaire De Reseau De Transport Public De L?electricite (grt) Au Cameroun REPUBLIQUE DU CAMEROUN Paix-Travail-Patrie ??????????????????????? MINISTERE DE L'ÉNERGIE ET DE L'EAU ??????????????????????? SECRETARIAT GENERAL ??????????????????????? Projet deDéveloppement du Secteur de l'Energie (PDSEN) REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ??????????????????????? MINISTRY OF ENERGY AND WATER RESOURCES ??????????????????????? SECRETARIAT GENERAL ??????????????????????? Energy Sector Development Project (ENSDP) RESULTATS DE L'EVALUATION FINALE DE LA DEMANDE DE PROPOSITIONS DP N° 172/DP/MINMAP/CCPM-SPI/2015 DU 02 NOVEMBRE 2015 EN VUE DU RECRUTEMENT D'UN CONSULTANT POUR L'APPUI TECHNIQUE AL'OPERATIONNALISATION DUGESTIONNAIRE DE RESEAU DE TRANSPORT PUBLIC DE L'ELECTRICITE (GRT) AU CAMEROUN Pays : Cameroun Nom du Projet : Projet de Développement du Secteur de l'Energie Financement: Banque mondiale Numéro du  Projet : CréditIDA N° 4484 ? CM Description du Marché:      Appui technique à l'opérationnalisation duGestionnaire de                                                Réseau de Transport public de l'Electricité (GRT) auCameroun Durée dela mission : 18,5 Mois (Soit 08 mois pour la tranche ferme et 10,5 mois pour la tranche conditionnelle) QCBS, QBS, FBS, and LCS Contract Award Notice Description du Marché: Appuitechnique àl'opérationnalisation du Gestionnaire de Réseau de Transport public de l'Electricité (GRT) auCameroun Score technique minimum requis: 75 Nom duConsultant CONSORTIUM RTEINTERNATIONAL/ PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS/                                          NODALIS CONSEIL CONSORTIUMCPCS/ ELIA GRID INTERNATIONAL(EGI) Ville/Pays La Défense Cedex, France Welches St. Michael, Barbados, Canada Statut: Consultant/Firme évalué Consultant/Firme évalué ScoreTechnique 81,08 72,43 ScoreFinancier 100 - ScoreCombiné 84,86 - Critères Expérience des consultants pertinente pour la mission 10 10 Conformité du plan de travail et de la méthode proposée aux Termes de référence 21,75 9,75 Qualifications et compétence du personnel clé pour la mission 49,25 52 Participation des ressortissants nationaux parmi le  personnel clé 0,08 0,68 Prix lupubliquement 3 515 005 ? - Prix finalévalué 3 515 005 ? - Prix finalnégocié 3 515 005 ? - Rang 1er - Other Shortlisted Consultant(s)/Firm(s) (thesewill be all that "Proposal submitted =no") Nom duconsultant THE ENERGY CONSULTING GROUP LTD GROUPEMENT INDRA/ ECA GROUPEMENT EMERTON/ GIDE LOYRETTE NOUEL (GIDE)/IOTA MEFZE (IOTA) Ville/Pays Zürich, Suisse Madrid, Espagne Paris, France Soumission desPropositions: NON NON NON

CM-Energy Sector Development SIL (FY08) - P104456

Projet de Développement du Secteur de l?Energie (PDSEN) | Published March 24, 2015  -  Deadline April 10, 2015
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Recruitment D? A Consultant In View Of The Realisation Of Studies D? Draft Summary (APS), D? Draft Detaille (apd) and Preparation of Documents D? D call? Offers (dao) For L? D execution? Conveyance D works? In Cameroon electricity REPUBLIQUEDU CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ??????????????????????? MINISTRY OF WATER AND ENERGY ??????????????????????? REPUBLIC OF CAMEROON Peace-Work-Fatherland ??????????????????????? MINISTRY OF WATER RESOURCES AND ENERGY ??????????????????????? REQUEST FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST FOR THE SELECTION OF CONSULTANTS NOTICE From solicitation attractions of Camaguey event No. 000003 / ASMI / MINEE / PDSEN / 2015 of 17 MARS2015 Name Country Name duProjet Cameroon Development Project Energy Sector (PDSEN) Heading Consultant Mission Recruitment of a consultant for the realization of the Proposed Draft Summary Studies (APS), Avant-detailed design (ODA) and preparation of Tender Documents (DAO) for the execution of works in Cameroon transportd'électricité Credit IDANuméro CR.4484.CM TheGovernment of Cameroon prepared with the support of the World Bank, a project to build transportd'électricité works in to upgrade the public electricity transmission networks Cameroun.Il proposes desolliciter from IBRD, an advance for project preparation (PPA) and intends to use a portion of this advance lerecrutement a responsible consultant the achievement of preliminary studies (APS, APD) and the tender documents (DAO) necessary for the performance of electricity transmission facilities àconstruire. BACKGROUND The World Bank intends to finance a portion of these investments in the guichetBIRD. DESCRIPTION OF SERVICES The hired consultant will carry out the preliminary engineering studies laconstruction transmission facilities included in the investment plan namely, studies of Proposed Draft Summary (APS) etd'Avant-detailed design (ODA) .To allow démarrageeffectif of work, the hired consultant will also prepare Tender Documents (CAD) forthe selection of the companies in charge of carrying out the work. Successful investments include the construction of new routes lerenforcement of existing routes, new posts construction and extension of existing positions. The critèrespour the establishment of the short list are: - General experience of the firm: the number of years of activity in general, as a firm or design office in thefield of the mission; - Specific experience and references from the firm for similar missions. It is worn ATTENTION Consultants that the provisions of paragraph 1.9 of the "Guidelines: Selection and Employment of Consultants by World Labanque Borrowers under the IBRD Loans and IDA Credits and donations," January Edition 2011 ("Consultant Guidelines"), relating to the rules of the World Bank's conflict of interest sontapplicables. Consultants peuvents'associer with other firms pourrenforcer their respective competences in the form of a solidarity group or desous contractor agreement. A Consultant serasélectionné according to the method "SélectionFondée on Quality and Cost" (SQFC) as described in the Consultants Guidelines. The consultantsintéressés may obtain further information at the address below and the following hours: 9 am to 15 hours 30 minutes local time. Written manifestationsd'intérêt must be filed quality.illumina @ libero.it Mon below in person, by mail, facsimile or mail électroniqueau by 10 avril2015 to 13 hours, local time. Ministry of Water and Electricity Department del'Energie BP070 Yaoundé - Cameroon Phone: (237) 22 22 20 99 Fax: (237) 22 22 61 77 E-mail: jpzekeyo@yahoo.fr aveccopie to: carlmukam @ yahoo.fr THE MINISTER OF WATER AND ENERGY Dr BasileATANGANA KOUNA

IFB – ECOWAS - Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon) – 04 2015

 | Published April 23, 2015
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Page 1 of 3 SPECIFIC PROCUREMENT NOTICE INVITATION FOR BIDS ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICA (ECOWAS) TRANSPORT FACILITATION PROGRAMME FOR THE BAMENDA- MAMFE-EKOK/MFUM-ABAKALIKI-ENUGU CORRIDOR Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon) Advertisement No. – TFPBE/ECW-INFRA/JBP/001 («Development Business» n 739 dated 11/30/2008) 1. This invitation for bids follows the general procurement notice for this project that appeared in UN Development Business Issue No 733, 31 August 2008. The ECOWAS Commission has received a Grant from the African Development Fund toward the cost of the Transport Facilitation Program for the Bamenda – Mamfe-Ekok/Mfum-Abakaliki-Enugu Corridor, and it intends to apply part of the proceeds of the Grant to payments under the contract for the Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon), Contract No. TFPBE/ECW-INFRA/JBP/001 2. The Department of Infrastructure of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) in collaboration with the Economic Community of Central African States (ECCAS) now invites sealed bids from eligible bidders for the Construction of Joint Border Post at Mfum Border (Between Nigeria and Cameroon). Bidding will be conducted through the international competitive bidding procedures specified in the current African Development Bank’s Rules of Procedure for Procurement of Goods and Works and are open to all bidders from eligible member countries as defined in the Rules. 3. The principal components of the works are the erection, installation and construction of all physical infrastructure include but not limited to the following: a) Administration Block b) Customs Brigade c) Truck Inspection Area d) Warehouse e) Entry Gate Control Post f) Toilet & Shower for HGV Drivers g) Weighbridge; Scanner Control Rooms h) Maintenance and Generator House i) Fire Station j) Commercial Services Building k) Health Services l) Pedestrian Control Zone m) Veterinary Store & Animal Park n) HGD Shelter o) Pedestrian Toilet Block p) Pedestrian Shelter q) Toilet Block for LVG Public r) Pump House In addition, there are extensive EXTERNAL WORKS comprising, but not limited to: Page 2 of 3 a) Site works b) Pedestrian Footpath & Walkway c) Blast Wall Protection d) Security Fences - Pound Enclosure - Palisade Wall - Razor Wire Fence - Boundary Fence - Patrol Corridor - Chain Link e) Foul Drainage f) Waste Management g) Surface Water Drainage and Oil Separators h) Water Reticulation i) Fire Hydrant Network j) Electrical Reticulation k) Weigh Bridge (Civil Works) l) Gate Barrier m) Roads and Carparks 4. The contract completion period cannot exceed Eighteen Months (18). 5. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further information from and inspect the bidding documents at the ECOWAS Commission office in Abuja-Nigeria at the address stated at end of this document commencing Tuesday, April 28, 2015 from 09.00 to 16.00 hours local time during working days. 6. A complete set of bidding documents in English language may be purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a written application to the address below and upon payment of a non-refundable fee of US$ 150. The method of payment will be by Bank Draft or Certified Cheque. The set of bidding documents will be handed over upon receipt of payment. 7. Bids must be delivered to the address below by 14.00 hours local time, Wednesday July 01, 2015. All bids must be accompanied by a bid security amounting to US$ 672,200 or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible currency. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened in the presence of bidders’ representatives and anyone who choose to attend at the address below on Wednesday, July 01, 2015 at 14.15 hours local time. 8. Bids shall be valid for a bid period of one hundred fifty (150) days after Bid Opening. 9. Post –qualification will be based on meeting all the following minimum pass/fail criteria regarding the Applicant’s general and particular experience, personnel and equipment capabilities, and financial position: (i) average annual construction turnover as prime contractor (defined as billing for works in progress and completed) over the last five years (2010-2014) of an amount equivalent to Ten million United States Dollars (US$ 10 million) (ii) successful experience as a main or principal contractor in the execution of at least three (3) projects of a nature and complexity comparable to the proposed contract within the last five years (2010-2014); this experience should include contracts of similar nature of the construction of one storey building and at least 30 km of major road construction with asphaltic and rigid concrete pavements; (iii) the Applicant must have suitably qualified personnel with a minimum experience of 10 years in the execution of similar works; (iv) the Applicant should own, or have assured access (through hire, lease, purchase agreement or other means) to key items of equipment in full working order; and Page 3 of 3 (v) the applicant shall demonstrate that it has access to, or has available, liquid assets, lines of credit and other financial means to meet the construction cash flow estimated as US$ Two million, Five Hundred Thousand (US$2,500,000). 10. A site visit and pre-bid conference is scheduled for 10.00 hours local time, Wednesday, June 03, 2015 at the project site at Mfum/Ekok border (between Nigeria and Cameroon). All bidders are encouraged to attend. 11. Preference for Domestic or Regional Bidders Clauses are not applicable ECONOMIC COMMUNITY OF WEST AFRICAN STATES (ECOWAS) Niger House, ECOWAS Annex Plot B17, Ralph Sodeinde Street Central Business District Abuja, Nigeria Attention: Mr Ebrima NJIE, Commissioner for Infrastructure Phone: +234 810 161 2825 E-mail: ebrimanjieuk@yahoo.co.uk

EOI - Cameroon - Grassfield support project for rural infrastructures and participatory development - GRASSFIELD II – 11 2015

 | Published November 16, 2015
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EOI - Cameroon - Consulting services - Promoting Access to Renewable Energy and Development of IT Tools for Rural Communities of Cameroon – GEF – 11 2015

 | Published November 16, 2015
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GPN - Cameroon - JCM Solar PV Project

 | Published February 25, 2016
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GPN - Cameroon - Project for the construction of infrastructure for the repair of oil rigs at LIMBE

 | Published November 4, 2016
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EOI - Cameroon - Topographic and bathymetric assessment

 | Published October 31, 2016
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