Extended Title: Construction of the Strawberry King Bulk Water Pipeline, Phase 5, Paarl
Construction of the Strawberry King Bulk Water Pipeline, Phase 5, Paarl
Issuer: Drakenstein Municipality
YOU ARE HEREBY INVITED TO BID FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE STRAWBERRY KING BULK WATER PIPELINE, PHASE 5, PAARL
TENDER NUMBER: CES 13/2018
DESCRIPTION: CONSTRUCTION OF THE STRAWBERRY KING BULK WATER PIPELINE, PHASE 5, PAARL
CLOSING DATE: 21 June 2018
CLOSING TIME: 10H00
Bids will be opened in the Civic Centre, 1st Floor, Berg River Boulevard, Paarl in public at 10h15.
CIDB : Tenderers must be registered with the CIDB in a CE class of construction works and have a grading designation equal to or higher than that determined in accordance with the sum tendered or a value determined in accordance with regulation 25(7A) of the Construction Industry Development Regulations, 2004. It is estimated that tenderers will need a grading designation of 7CE or higher.
Second Floor Corner of Market Street and
(GPS co-ordinates: 33º44’ 19.37” S 18º57’ 47.10” E)
Enquiries regarding tender documentation:
Mr. Tian Koch
Tel: (072) 627 6654
Fax: (086) 523 8227
Office hours for collection: 08h30 – 15h00 as from 17 May 2018 from the Second Floor of Drakenstein Municipal Offices, Corner of Market Street and Main Road, Paarl (GPS co-ordinates: 33°44'19.37"S 18°57'47.10"E).
A non-refundable fee of R335.00 is payable to Drakenstein Municipality for collection of documents.
A compulsory clarification meeting will be held on 29 May 2018 at 10:00 in the Public Library Meeting Room, Ground Floor of Drakenstein Municipal Offices, Corner of Market Street and Main Road, Paarl (GPS co-ordinates: 33°44'19.37"S 18°57'47.10"E) after which the site will be visited. Bidders that fail to attend the compulsory clarification meeting will be disqualified. A representative may only represent one tenderer at this meeting.
Local production and content is applicable to this bid. Bidders must use the exchange rate published by the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) at 12:00 on 17 May 2018 The guidance document for the calculation of local content is included in the bid document and is also available on the municipality’s website by following the Supply Chain Management link. If raw material or input to be used for a specific item is not available locally, bidders should obtain written authorisation from the dti should there be a need to import such raw material or input. A copy of the authorisation letter must be submitted together with this tender document at the closing date and time of bid.
Bids may only be submitted on the bid documentation provided by the municipality and must remain valid for 120 days after bid closing.
Telegraphic, telephonic, telex, facsimile, e-mailed or late tenders will not be accepted. The lowest, only or any bid shall not necessarily be accepted and the Council reserves the right to accept any part of the bid.
TENDERS TO BE DEPOSITED IN:
The tender box in the foyer of the Civic Centre, Drakenstein Municipality, Berg River Boulevard, PAARL, 7620.
The tender box is open from Mondays until Thursdays from 07:45 until 17:00 and on Fridays from 07:45 until 15:45. This excludes weekends and public holidays.
NOTE: This tender will be evaluated in terms of the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2017 that was promulgated by the Minister of Finance on 20 January 2017 in Government Gazette No 40553. Please take note of the responsiveness criteria as stipulated in the tender document.
PROCUREMENT PREFERENCE POINT SYSTEM: 80/20
The successful bidder will be required to fill in and sign a written contract form.
The following conditions to bid exist (failure to comply may result in your bid being disqualified):
1. This bid is subject to the General Conditions of contract for Construction works and special conditions of CIDB and Supply Chain Management;
2. Relevant specifications;
3. Bidders must be registered on Drakenstein Municipality’s supplier database if they wish to conduct business with the municipality.
4. A valid tax compliance status document or CSD registration number must be handed in with bid at closing time. However no contract will be awarded to any bidder that is not deemed tax compliant at the date of award.
5. Bids submitted must be in a sealed envelope clearly marked with the bid number, placed in the tender box before closing time. Failure will result in the bid being invalid. 6. Functionality is applicable to this bid. Bidders are required to attain a minimum score of 70% for functionality in order to be further evaluated in terms of the preference points system.