TENDER KZN: CONSTRUCTION OF MDLEBENI COMMUNITY HALL, WARD 25, KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY
Tender no: MN 59/2017
Issuer: KwaDukuza Municipality
Sector: Construction Services, Electrical Engineering, Engineering Services
Closing date: 16-08-2017 at 12h00
Compulsory meeting: Yes
Meeting date: 03-08-2017 at 10h00
Description: Construction of Mdlebeni Community Hall, Ward 25
The KwaDukuza Municipality invites tenders for the above. Only Tenderers who are registered with CIDB in a contractor grading of 5 GB or higher and emerging contractors with grading 4 GB PE or higher will be eligible to tender. Tenderers will have proof of CIDB Registration by closing date failing which the tender will be disqualified. Tenderers shall be registered on National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database.
The physical address for collection of tender documents is: The KwaDukuza Municipality, Technical Services Department, PMU Building, 2 Industrial Crescent, KwaDukuza, upon presentation of a receipt proving prior payment of a non-refundable fee of R570.00 (inclusive of VAT), having been made at the Municipal Finance Business Unit, General Justice Mpanza Building, 104 Mahatma Gandhi Street, KwaDukuza (cash or bank guaranteed cheques only). Tender documents will be available from 09h00 on 26 July 2017 until 09h00 on 03 August 2017.
Contact person regarding collection of documents: Hlengiwe Khuzwayo on (032) 437 5090.
Technical queries: Mpilo Ntuli (Deep Thoughts Architecture) on (033) 342 0221, Fax 086 605 2673 or e-mail: email@example.com
A compulsory clarification meeting, with representatives of the employer, will take place at the KwaDukuza Municipality: PMU Building, 2 Industrial Crescent on the 3 August 2017, starting at 10h00. Failure to attend the compulsory clarification meeting will disqualify the tender. Doors to the venue will be closed at 10h00 and the briefing will commence immediately. Late attendance will not be accepted and contractors will not be admitted into the venue. Only those tenderers who are in possession of a tender document shall be permitted to participate in discussion at the compulsory clarification meeting.
Tenders shall be placed in sealed envelopes, endorsed with TENDER NO. MN 59/2017 – CONSTRUCTION OF MDLEBENI COMMUNITY HALL IN WARD 25 KWADUKUZA MUNICIPALITY, and be placed in the tender box at the Municipal Offices, 14 Chief Albert Luthuli Street, KwaDukuza, not later than 12h00 on 16 August 2017, at which time the tenders will be opened in public. Tenders are to be submitted on the tender documentation provided by the Municipality. Late, electronic or faxed tenders will not be accepted. Bids will be evaluated and adjudicated according to the following criteria: 80/20 preference points system will apply in terms of the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2017 (B-BBEE Status Level of Contribution – an original or certified copy of the certificate is required) Council’s Supply Chain Management Policy. Contractor shall be registered on the National Treasury’s Central Supplier Database. Contractor having a CIDB grading of 5GB or higher and emerging contractors with grading of 4 GB PE or higher. Contractor shall provide the municipality with a compliance clearance PIN to verify your tax compliance status. Certificate of Attendance at the clarification meeting. The employment of local labour shall be sourced within the wards of the KwaDukuza Municipality in terms of EPWP. Prices tendered must be firm and inclusive of VAT. Original Bank Rating Letter from A Registered Financial Institution for tenders exceeding R2m. All prospective tenderers will be screened in accordance with the National Treasury’s Defaulters Data Base. Council does not bind itself to accept the lowest tender or any tender and reserves the right to accept any part or the whole of any tender and preference will be given to Affirmable Business Enterprises. The Municipality also reserves the right to call on preferred bidders to form a joint venture with a BEE company. For all tenders awarded exceeding R4m, of which 45% must be sub-contracted to an EME (Exempted Micro Enterprise) or QSE (Qualifying Small business Enterprise) which is at least 51% owned by black people who are youth within the jurisdiction of KwaDukuza Municipality. Canvassing in any form in the gift of Council is strictly prohibited and will lead to the disqualification of the tender. No bids will be considered from persons in the services of any organ of state.