KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY - PROPOSED CIVIL WORKS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF THE G-SECTION (LOT A) AND REVETMENT WORKS ON LIGHTER QUAY (LOT B) – TENDER REFERENCE NO.: PRQ20150620 - African Business Magazine
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KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY – PROPOSED CIVIL WORKS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF THE G-SECTION (LOT A) AND REVETMENT WORKS ON LIGHTER QUAY (LOT B) – TENDER REFERENCE NO.: PRQ20150620

KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY – PROPOSED CIVIL WORKS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF THE G-SECTION (LOT A) AND REVETMENT WORKS ON LIGHTER QUAY (LOT B) – TENDER REFERENCE NO.: PRQ20150620

INVITATION TO TENDER

KENYA PORTS AUTHORITY

PROPOSED CIVIL WORKS FOR THE REHABILITATION OF THE G-SECTION (LOT A) AND REVETMENT WORKS ON LIGHTER QUAY (LOT B) – TENDER REFERENCE NO.: PRQ20150620

TradeMark East Africa (TMEA) seeks bids from qualified firms/ consortiums for proposed Civil works for the Rehabilitation of the G-Section (Lot A) and Revetment Works on Lighter Quay (Lot B) to the benefit of the Government of Kenya represented by the Kenya Ports Authority (KPA).

The Tender document for the above civil works can be obtained free of cost from TMEA’s website www.trademarkea.com and any query quoting the above Tender Titles and Numbers should be directed to procurement@trademarkea.com ONLY. Any email query with attachments must be no more than 5MB.

The submission deadline shall be Monday, 1st February 2016, 11.00 a.m. local time.

TMEA cannot answer any query relating to this tender 21 days or less prior to the submission deadline.

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