contractors of Water Works with license from Ministry of Water
Resources, Category WC or GC 3 and above with renewed license
valid and VAT registered for the year 1999 E.C.
The Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia through Afar
National Regional State of Water Resources Bureau has allocated
funds towards the cost of construction of the Gewane & Awash Arba
Towns Water Supply Project, which will be disbursed according to
the Ethiopia Fiscal Year.
State of Water Resources Bureau
(hereinafter referred to as the “EMPLOYER”), now invites
sealed bids from pre-qualified Contractors for the Construction of
Water Supply Project for Gewane & Awash Arba Towns. The site, the
Town of Gewane & Awash Arba, are located in the Afar National Regional State and is
accessible from Addis Ababa through Nazareth and Awash road at a
distance of 245 & 375 kms. Respectively.
3. You may
obtain further information in respect of the bidding dossier at the
Afar National Regional State of
Water Resources Bureau
P.O. Box 59, Tel. 033 666 00 39,
4. You may collect a compete set of
Bidding Documents from the above office, on submission of written
application to the above and upon payment of non-refundable fee of
Ethiopia Birr 250 for each project.
5. All tenders must be accompanied by
a security of 2% of the bid amount and must be delivered to the
address named in the instruction to Bidders on or before noon on
April 4, 2007.
6. Bids will be opened in the
presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend at
3:30 hours on April 4,2007 at the above office
7. The bidder or his representative
is advised to attend a pre-tender meeting to clarify issues, obtain
answers to questions on any matter and to be shown round the site of
the works. The meeting will take place at the above office at 3:00
P.M. on April 4, 2007.
8. h8. This is invitation to be is
open to all bidders of category WC or GC 3 & above regularly
registered with the Ministry of Water Resources and with renewed
license for the year under bid.
The Bureau, Afar National Regional State, Water
Resources Bureau reserves the right to reject any or all bids.