Tenders

OPEN INTERNATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 14(2) of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

SUPPLY AND COMMISSIONING OF TWO NEW (OFF THE SHELF) TWIN SCREW HARBOUR TUGBOATS OF 15 TO 18 TONNES BOLLARD PULL

CPB/29/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/44

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority (MPA) is inviting bids from local and overseas bidders through the Government e-Procurement System for the Supply and Commissioning of Two New (Off the Shelf) Twin Screw Harbour Tugboats of 15 to 18 Tonnes Bollard Pull as more fully described in the bidding document.

The bidding exercise shall be conducted through the Open International Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Republic of Mauritius.

Bidders should have the following minimum qualifications to be considered as eligible for the project:

  1. At least ten (10) years of experience in manufacturing and supply of similar types of tugs including list of tugs manufactured and commissioned during the past ten years; and
  2. To demonstrate having manufactured at least five tugs of not less than 15 Tonnes Bollard Pull capacity during the last five (5) years.

The expected delivery of each tugs is within 26 weeks following date of letter of acceptance.

Submission of Bids

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/44.

Bids for the above must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Tuesday 10 August 2021 at 13.30 hours (Mauritian Time).

Bidders who have submitted bids online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Tuesday 10 August 2021 as from 14.31 hours (Mauritian Time) up to Thursday 12 August 2021 at 14.00 hours (Mauritian Time).

Bids will be opened online in the Conference Room of the Central Procurement Board on Thursday 12 August 2021 at 14.01 hours (Mauritian Time) in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

Bid Security

A Bid Security in the amount of MUR 1,000,000 or GBP 18,000 or EURO 21,000 or USD 25,000 per tug shall be submitted in the form of an unconditional bank/insurance guarantee issued by a recognized commercial bank/insurance company in Mauritius or a foreign bank through a correspondent bank/insurance located in Mauritius. The bid security shall be valid for 150 days as from the date for submission of bids, that is up to 06 January 2022. The bid security shall be submitted in sealed envelope as indicated at ITB 25.1 in the bidding document. Failure to submit the Bid Security will entail rejection of the bids.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of the Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to any Bidder.

Registration of bidders on the e-Procurement System

All potential bidders are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for bidders to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 206 5400

Fax: +230 240 0856   

                                                   

Date: 22 June 2021

Closing Date:
Tuesday, 10 August, 2021
Date Posted:
Tuesday, 22 June, 2021
Tender Document:
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

OPEN INTERNATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE PROCUREMENT OF FLOATING CRAFT

CONTRACT MPA 523/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/67

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting proposals from suitably qualified Consultancy Firms specialized in the design, project management and supervision in the field of ship construction through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 523/2021 – Consultancy Services for the Procurement of Floating Craft as more fully described in the bidding document.

The bidding exercise will be conducted through Open International Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of the Republic of Mauritius.

Qualification Requirements

Consultants should have the following minimum qualification criteria to be considered as eligible for the project:

  • minimum of ten years’ experience in the design, project management, supervision and commissioning of similar contracts; and
  • at least three similar assignments over the last five years.

Submission of Bids

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/67

Proposals (Technical & Financial) must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Friday 30 July 2021 at 15.00 hours (Local Time).

Consultants having submitted proposals online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Friday 30 July 2021 from 16.01 hours (Local Time) up to Tuesday 03 August 2021 at 14.00 hours (Local Time).

Technical proposals will be opened online at the Mauritius Ports Authority, H. Ramnarain Building, Mer Rouge, Port – Louis, Republic of Mauritius on Tuesday 03 August 2021 at 14.05 hours (local time) in the presence of consultants or their representatives who choose to attend.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of the Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to any Bidder.

Registration of bidders on the e-Procurement System

All potential bidders are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for bidders to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone + 230 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

Date: 15 June 2021

 

Closing Date:
Saturday, 31 July, 2021
Date Posted:
Tuesday, 15 June, 2021
Tender Document:
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

OPEN NATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

 

CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE INFRASTRUCTURE WORKS AT FORT WILLIAM

Contract MPA 500/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/55

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting proposals from local Consultants through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 500/2021 – Consultancy Services for the Infrastructure Works at Fort William as more fully described in the bidding document.

The bidding exercise shall be conducted through Open National Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Mauritius.

The consultancy services would comprise the following: -

  1. Preliminary Design Studies including Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) and Traffic Impact Assessment (TIA),
  2. Topographic survey and setting out of the land resources on the whole of Fort William area in accordance with the approved Land Use Plan and submit the Land Survey Report;
  3. Detailed Design Study, preparation of Tender documents for the infrastructure works in conformity with the procurement procedures applicable locally,
  4. Detailed Design study for the earth works to be carried out and preparation of Tender documents; and
  5. Overall Project Management and Supervision of Works for all project components

Pre – Proposal Conference

Consultants are invited to attend a pre-proposal conference on Wednesday 23 June 2021 at 10.30 hours in the Conference Room, Ground Floor, H. Ramnarain Building, Mer Rouge, Port Louis.

 

Submission of Proposals

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/55.

Proposals (Technical & Financial) must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Friday 16 July 2021 at 15.00 hours.

Consultants having submitted proposals online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Friday 16 July 2021 from 16.01 hours up to Tuesday 20 July 2021 at 14.00 hours.

Technical proposals will be opened online at the Mauritius Ports Authority on Tuesday 20 July 2021 at 14.05 hours in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal and to annul the bidding process and reject all proposals at any time prior to award of the Contract without thereby incurring any liability to any bidder.

 

Registration of Consultants on the e-Procurement System

All potential Consultants are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for Consultants to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

11 June 2021

 

Closing Date:
Friday, 16 July, 2021
Date Posted:
Friday, 11 June, 2021
Tender Document:
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

OPEN NATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

 

ASPHALTIC WORKS AT THE MAURITIUS CONTAINER TERMINAL

CONTRACT NO: MPA 515/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/51

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting bids from local bidders through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 515/2021 –Asphaltic Works at the Mauritius Container Terminal as more fully described in the bidding document.

Bidding exercise shall be conducted through Open National Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Mauritius.

The Scope of works within the Contract includes:

Section 1: Asphaltic Concrete Repair Works (Duration: 30 days):

  1. Testing of the existing asphaltic road with Benkelman Beam Deflection tests to determine the extent of repairs.
  2. Milling of the existing asphaltic concrete surface to a depth not exceeding 100mm.
  3. Repairs to the damaged area comprising of scarification and laying of compacted crusher run.
  4. Laying of asphaltic concrete base course and wearing course inclusive of prime and tack coats.
  5. Patching and local repairs with asphaltic concrete
  6. Laying of white and yellow thermoplastic road paint

Section 2: Repair works at the settled run on slabs on the southern end (Duration: 60 days) -

  • Careful removal and recovery of the existing precast concrete interlock paving blocks Careful lifting and storage of the run on slabs
  • Scarification and Compaction of damaged portions
  • Supply, lay and compact 300mm thick Graded Crushed Stone 0/31.5mm
  • Supply, lay and compact 300mm thick Cementitiously bound granular mixture (CBGM)
  • Careful Lifting and reinstatement of the run on slabs in position
  • Laying of concrete interlock paving blocks

Bidders should have the following minimum qualification to be considered as eligible for the project:

  • Valid registration certificate with the CIDB under the grade that will enable the contractor to perform the works quoted for, under the following class(es) Civil Engineering Construction Works - Grade: A;
  • Experience in at least two (2) projects as prime contractor in the milling and upgrading/resurfacing of roads(classified) of a nature and complexity equivalent to the Works over the last five years, each of value not less than MUR 5.0 Million per project; and
  • Other qualifying criteria mentioned in the bidding document.

 

The Intended Completion period are as follows:

  • Section 1: Asphaltic Concrete Repair Works: 30 days from the start date of the works; and
  • Section 2: Repair works at the settled run on slabs on the southern end: 60 days from the start date of the works.

Pre-bid Meeting

Bidders or their designated representatives are invited to attend a pre-bid meeting on Wednesday 19 May 2021 at 10.30 hours in the Conference Room, Ground Floor, Mauritius Ports Authority, Mer Rouge, Port Louis.

 

Submission of bids

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/51

Bids for the above must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Tuesday 15 June 2021 at 15.00 hours.

Bidders who have submitted bids online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Tuesday 15 June 2021 as from 16.01 hours up to Thursday 17 June 2021 at 14.00 hours.

Bids will be opened online at the Mauritius Ports Authority on Thursday 17 June 2021 at 14.05 hours in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of the Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to any Bidder.

 

Registration of bidders on the e-Procurement System

All potential bidders are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for bidders to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

 

 

Closing Date:
Wednesday, 16 June, 2021
Date Posted:
Tuesday, 11 May, 2021
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

NOTICE OF CANCELLATION

SUPPLY, TESTING AND COMMISSIOING OF ANTI-POLLUTION EQUIPMENT FOR THE MAURITIUS PORTS AUTHORITY

CONTRACT NO: MPA 514/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/54

The Mauritius Ports Authority hereby informs all bidders that the bidding exercise for the Contract MPA 514/2021 - Supply, Testing and Commissioning of Anti-Pollution Equipment for the Mauritius Ports Authority has been cancelled in line with Regulation 31 (2) (b) of the Public Procurement Regulations 2008, on the ground that the bidding document has to be modified substantially.

A new bidding exercise will be launched shortly based on a revised bidding document.

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Date:  28 May 2021                  

 

Closing Date:
Sunday, 30 May, 2021
Date Posted:
Tuesday, 4 May, 2021
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

OPEN NATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

 

CONSULTANCY SERVICES FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF AN ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/52

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting proposals from local Consultants through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 497/2021 – Consultancy Services for the Implementation of an Electronic Document Management System as more fully described in the bidding document.

The Bidding exercise shall be conducted through Open National Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Mauritius.

The objective of this project is to hire the services of a suitable consulting firm to prepare the specifications for an Electronic Document Management System and supervise its implementation, as more fully described, in the bidding document.  The overall exercise is expected to be completed within 9 months.

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/52.

Proposals (Technical & Financial) must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Tuesday 01 June 2021 at 15.00 hours.

Consultants having submitted proposals online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Tuesday 01 June 2021 from 16.01 hours up to Thursday 03 June 2021 at 14.00 hours.

Technical proposals will be opened online at the Mauritius Ports Authority on Thursday 03 June 2021 at 14.05 hours in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal and to annul the bidding process and reject all proposals at any time prior to award of the Contract without thereby incurring any liability to any bidder.

 

Registration of Consultants on the e-Procurement System

All potential Consultants are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for Consultants to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

23 April 2021

 

 

Closing Date:
Tuesday, 1 June, 2021
Date Posted:
Friday, 23 April, 2021
Tender Document:
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

OPEN NATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

 

ROAD MARKINGS AND SIGNAGES IN THE PORT AREA

CONTRACT NO: MPA 506/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/49

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting bids from local bidders through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 506/2021 –Road Markings and Signages in the Port Area as more fully described in this bidding document.

Bidding exercise shall be conducted through Open National Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Mauritius.

The Scope of works includes inter – alia:

  • Supply and application of thermoplastic road line marking of various types along asphaltic concrete road surface;
  • Supply and application of methyl methacrylate (MMA) road marking paint onto humps in asphaltic concrete;
  • Supply and fix traffic signs comprising of aluminium composite panels and diamond grade reflective sheeting to appropriate standard;
  • Supply and fix hot dipped galvanised poles of height as specified;
  • Associated civil works as required.

Bidders should have the following minimum qualification to be considered as eligible for the project:

  • Valid registration with CIDB under class H or above and is familiar with Civil Engineering Construction Works;
  • Adequate experience as the prime contractor in undertaking works of a similar nature and/or complexity by demonstrating at least two past projects/works completed over the last 5 years and which are comparable/equivalent to the Works required under this contract;
  • At least two contracts of a similar nature executed over the last 5 years; and
  • Other qualifying criteria mentioned in the bidding document.

The Intended Completion period shall be 60 days from the commencement date subject to satisfactory submissions of all contractual documents.

Pre - Bid Meeting and Site Visit

Bidders or their designated representatives are invited to attend a pre-bid meeting followed by a site visit on Tuesday 11 May 2021 at 10.30 hours at the Conference Room, Ground Floor, Mauritius Ports Authority, Mer Rouge, Port Louis.

 

Submission of bids

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/49

Bids for the above must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Friday 4 June 2021 at 15.00 hours.

Bidders who have submitted bids online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Friday 4 June 2021 as from 16.01 hours up to Tuesday 8 June 2021 at 14.00 hours.

Bids will be opened online at the Mauritius Ports Authority on Tuesday 8 June 2021 at 14.05 hours in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

 

Registration of bidders on the e-Procurement System

All potential bidders are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for bidders to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of the Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to any Bidder

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

 

Date: 21 April 2021

Closing Date:
Saturday, 5 June, 2021
Date Posted:
Wednesday, 21 April, 2021
Tender Document:
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

PROCUREMENT NOTICE

OPEN NATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

 

REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE WORKS TO PORT INFRASTRUCTURE (TERMINAL I, II & III)

CONTRACT NO: MPA 496/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/39

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting bids from local bidders through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 496/2021 – Repairs and Maintenance Works to Port Infrastructure (Terminal I, II & III) as more fully described in this bidding document.

Bidding exercise shall be conducted through Open National Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Mauritius.

The objective of this project is to undertake repairs and maintenance works to the existing Port Infrastructure at Terminal I, II and III, as more fully described, in the Bill of Quantities.

Scope of the Works

The works are to be undertaken in two parts, “Part A” – Repairs and Upgrading Works and “Part B”- General Maintenance/Emergency Works within the Port Area.

The repairs and upgrading works as listed hereunder (Part A) are to be completed within 150 days and are more fully detailed in the BOQ.

PART A- Repairs and Upgrading Works

At Terminal I - Quays A, D, E incl. TFFP & Terminal II (Quays 1-4)

  • Construction of a Storage Yard at the MPA Stores;
  • Construction of Walkway at TFFP
  • Repair of damaged buffer stops on the quay apron at TFFP
  • Replacement of damaged high security Fencing at TFFP
  • Erection of chain link Fencing along access road leading to MFD quay
  • Repair to cope beams/kerbs and concrete surfaces
  • Making good / painting of existing bollards at Terminal I
  • Supply and fixing of metal structures (handrails, ladders etc.)
  • Maintenance of metal structures (lighting poles, etc.)
  • Repairs to the existing paved areas comprising of modular interlocking pavement and asphaltic concrete
  • Provision of new concrete drain covers and clearing (where required)
  • Repair and/or upgrade existing utilities (civil works and water) etc.
  • Tilling Works at H Rmanarain Building

For Terminal III

  • Maintenance works to handrails and poles at Oil Jetty
  • Supply and fixing of expanded mesh on the service platform bridge at oil jetty

The works also comprise of emergency maintenance to port infrastructure over a 1 year (365 days) period, starting from the date of the Letter of Acceptance. The non-exhaustive list of works expected to be executed is described hereunder: -

PART B- Maintenance Works within the Port Area

  • Asphaltic works in operational and non-operational areas
  • Repairs to High Security Fencing;
  • Repairs to any damage to Port infrastructure which may occur and requires urgent maintenance
  • Repair to any damage that constitute a danger to life or property; etc.

Bidders should have the following minimum qualification to be considered as eligible for the project:

  • Valid registration with CIDB under grade F;
  • At least two (2) Civil Engineering works of a nature and complexity equivalent to the Works over a period of three (3) years; and
  • Other qualifying criteria mentioned in the bidding document.

Pre-bid Meeting

Bidders or their designated representatives are invited to attend a pre-bid meeting on 15 March 2021 at 10.30 hours in the Conference Room, Ground Floor, H. Ramnarain Building, Mer Rouge, Port Louis.

Submission of Bids

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/39

Bids for the above must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Tuesday 30 March 2021 at 15.00 hours .

Bidders who have submitted bids online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Tuesday 30 March from 16.01 hours till Thursday 01 April 2021 up to 14.00 hours.

Bids will be opened in the Conference Room of the Mauritius Ports Authority on Thursday 01 April 2021 at 14.05 hours in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

Registration of bidders on the e-Procurement System

All potential bidders are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for bidders to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of the Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to any Bidder.

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

Date: 01 March 2021

Closing Date:
Friday, 28 May, 2021
Date Posted:
Tuesday, 20 April, 2021
Tender Document:
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

OPEN NATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

 

REFURBISHMENT WORKS AT POINTE AUX CAVES LIGHT HOUSE, ALBION

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/45

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting bids from local bidders through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 517/2021– Refurbishment Works at Pointe aux Caves Light House, Albion as more fully described in this bidding document.

Bidding exercise shall be conducted through Open National Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Mauritius.

The MPA intends to upgrade the existing amenities within the premises of the Pointe aux Caves Lighthouse at Albion.

 

Scope of the Works

The scope of the works includes inter-alia:

  1. The works comprise of the careful demolition of beams and roof slab of an existing stone masonry building located in the Pointe Aux Caves Lighthouse compound and carting away of all demolition debris.  All stone masonry structure is to be preserved on site.
  2. All existing damaged openings and wooden flooring to be removed and carted away.
  3. Construction of a kiosk in reinforced concrete and stone masonry blocks which have been recovered from demolition works.
  4. An existing building housing 1 toilet and 1 bathroom is to be converted into 2 separate toilets complete with new water closets and all required facilities. The toilet block is to be provided with new aluminium openings, wash hand basins and metal canopy on its façade.
  5. The chain link fencing including galvanised posts and barbed wire located along the perimeter boundary are to be replaced where damage has been observed.
  6. The existing reinforced concrete columns for high security gate is damaged and need to be demolished and reconstructed. The contractor has to ensure that appropriate measures are implemented for access control and for security purposes during the works.
  7. The existing handrails located along both sides of the staircase leading to and around the light house are corroded and damaged.  Same are to be manufactured using metal sections, hot dip galvanized and fixed on site complete with all accessories and all necessary finishes. 
  8. All visible spalled concrete on the roof and walls to existing interior and exterior side of the generator room are to be hacked, broken and repaired using an approved cement mortar.
  9. Works within the lighthouse comprise of general making good, sealing of cracks, repair to window frames and side edges. The wooden staircase is to be provided with new metal support(s) where required and the staircase is to be refurbished including painting works.
  10.  All metal structures located within the light house have to be cleaned, primed and painted using appropriate approved products.
  11. A floor dressing is to be applied onto all existing prepared floor surfaces within the lighthouse.
  12. Application of a water proofing compound on the external terrace located on roof.
  13. Upgrading of the existing dome to the light house. Contractor to submit his methodology, materials, etc., to carry the works safely.
  14. Preparation and Painting works to be carried out on the external wall surface of the lighthouse. Contractor is to ensure for all arrangements such as scaffolding, safety barriers/nets, staircase, etc. to undertake the painting works. 
  15. Other miscellaneous works including cleaning of the yard upon completion.

Pre-bid Meeting

Bidders or their designated representatives are invited to attend a pre-bid meeting followed by a site visit on Thursday 6 May 2021 at 10.30 hours at the Pointe Aux Caves Lighthouse in Albion.

Submission of Bids

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/45

Bids for the above must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Tuesday 25 May 2021 at 15.00 hours.

Bidders who have submitted bids online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Tuesday 25 May 2021 from 16.01 hours till Thursday 27 May 2021 up to 14.00 hours.

Bids will be opened in the Conference Room of the Mauritius Ports Authority on Thursday 27 May 2021 at 14.05 hours in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

 

Registration of bidders on the e-Procurement System

All potential bidders are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for bidders to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of the Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to any Bidder.

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

 

Date: 19 April 2021

 

Closing Date:
Wednesday, 26 May, 2021
Date Posted:
Monday, 19 April, 2021
Tender Document:
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

OPEN NATIONAL BIDDING

(Authorised under Section 16 of the Public Procurement Act 2006)

REFURBISHMENT WORKS AT POINTE AUX CAVES LIGHT HOUSE, ALBION

CONTRACT NO: MPA 498/2021

e-Procurement Reference No.: MPA/IFB/2021/42

 

The Mauritius Ports Authority is inviting bids from local bidders through the Government e-Procurement System for the Contract MPA 498/2021 – Refurbishment Works at Pointe aux Caves Light House, Albion as more fully described in this bidding document.

Bidding exercise shall be conducted through Open National Bidding method according to the rules and regulations of Mauritius.

The MPA intends to upgrade the existing amenities within the premises of the Pointe aux Caves Lighthouse at Albion.

 

Scope of the Works

The scope of the works includes inter-alia:

  1. The works comprise of the careful demolition of beams and roof slab of an existing stone masonry building located in the Pointe Aux Caves Lighthouse compound and carting away of all demolition debris.  All stone masonry structure is to be preserved on site.
  2. All existing damaged openings and wooden flooring to be removed and carted away.
  3. Construction of a kiosk in reinforced concrete and stone masonry blocks which have been recovered from demolition works.
  4. An existing building housing 1 toilet and 1 bathroom is to be converted into 2 separate toilets complete with new water closets and all required facilities. The toilet block is to be provided with new aluminium openings, wash hand basins and metal canopy on its façade.
  5. The chain link fencing including galvanised posts and barbed wire located along the perimeter boundary are to be replaced where damage has been observed.
  6. The existing reinforced concrete columns for high security gate is damaged and need to be demolished and reconstructed. The contractor has to ensure that appropriate measures are implemented for access control and for security purposes during the works.
  7. The existing handrails located along both sides of the staircase leading to and around the light house are corroded and damaged.  Same are to be manufactured using metal sections, hot dip galvanized and fixed on site complete with all accessories and all necessary finishes. 
  8. All visible spalled concrete on the roof and walls to existing interior and exterior side of the generator room are to be hacked, broken and repaired using an approved cement mortar.
  9. Works within the lighthouse comprise of general making good, sealing of cracks, repair to window frames and side edges. The wooden staircase is to be provided with new metal support(s) where required and the staircase is to be refurbished including painting works.
  10.  All metal structures located within the light house have to be cleaned, primed and painted using appropriate approved products.
  11. A floor dressing is to be applied onto all existing prepared floor surfaces within the lighthouse.
  12. Application of a water proofing compound on the external terrace located on roof.
  13. Upgrading of the existing dome to the light house. Contractor to submit his methodology, materials, etc., to carry the works safely.
  14. Preparation and Painting works to be carried out on the external wall surface of the lighthouse. Contractor is to ensure for all arrangements such as scaffolding, safety barriers/nets, staircase, etc. to undertake the painting works. 
  15. Other miscellaneous works including cleaning of the yard upon completion.

 

Pre-bid Meeting

Bidders or their designated representatives are invited to attend a pre-bid meeting followed by a site visit on Tuesday 16 March 2021 at 10.30 hours at the Pointe Aux Caves Lighthouse in Albion.

 

Submission of Bids

Bidding documents may be downloaded from the Government e-Procurement System https://eproc.publicprocurement.govmu.org. Reference Number on the system:  MPA/IFB/2021/42

Bids for the above must be submitted online on the e-Procurement System at latest by Tuesday 06 April 2021 at 15.00 hours.

Bidders who have submitted bids online by the closing date and time shall decrypt and re-encrypt their bids from Tuesday 06 April from 16.01 hours till Thursday 08 April 2021 up to 14.00 hours.

Bids will be opened in the Conference Room of the Mauritius Ports Authority on Thursday 08 April 2021 at 14.05 hours in the presence of bidders or their representatives who choose to attend.

 

Registration of bidders on the e-Procurement System

All potential bidders are kindly requested to register their companies on the e-Procurement System, as registration is mandatory for a supplier to submit a bid online. You may wish to refer to the manual and video available on the “How to?” menu of the e-PS website for information about registration.

Furthermore, it is mandatory for bidders to use a Digital Signature Certificate (DSC) for encryption/decryption of their bid data and for digital signing of bids. A DSC for the e-Procurement Class can be purchased from the Certification Authority eMudhra through Mauritius Post Ltd by applying online on the website https://www.emudhra.mu/.

In order to initiate suppliers on e-PS, the Procurement Policy Office organises regular training sessions on the e-Procurement System. These training sessions are usually held at the Procurement Policy Office, 8th Floor, E. Anquetil Building, Port Louis, Mauritius, over 2 half days and include a theoretical / demonstration component on the first day followed by a practical session on the second day.

The Procurement Policy Office also provides support to the users of e-PS through its dedicated Help Desk operating during business hours. You may contact them for assistance or for requests for training on telephone 201 – 1530 or email eprocdesk@govmu.org.

The Mauritius Ports Authority reserves the right to accept or reject any bid and to annul the bidding process and reject all bids at any time prior to award of the Contract, without thereby incurring any liability to any Bidder.

 

Mauritius Ports Authority

H. Ramnarain Building

Mer Rouge

Port Louis

Republic of Mauritius

Tel: +230 2065400

Fax: +230 2400856

Email: info@mauport.com

 

Date: 09 March 2021

 

Closing Date:
Wednesday, 7 April, 2021
Date Posted:
Tuesday, 9 March, 2021
Addendum/Corrigendum/Clarification:

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