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Ugu-06-1527-2019

REQUEST FOR THE PROPOSALS FOR THE PROVISION OF PROTECTIVE CLOTHING FOR THE PERIOD OF THIRTY-SIX (36) MONTHS

                                Contract no: Ugu-06-1527-2019

Tenders are hereby invited from relevant service providers for the provision of protective clothing for the period of Thirty-Six (36) months.

Bid documents are obtainable from the Ugu District Municipality office in Port Shepstone at No. 28 Connor Street as from Tuesday, 11 February 2020, at a non-refundable payment of R250.00 (No cheques will be accepted). The tender will also be advertised on National Treasury's E Tender portal and documents can be downloaded from the website free of charge.

Bids completed in accordance with the conditions indicated in documents, must be sealed and endorsed with the relevant contract number and be deposited in the official tender box at the foyer of Ugu District Municipality on 96 Marine Drive, Phase 2 Building, Oslo Beach not later than 12h00 on Friday, 13 March 2020, at which time bids will be opened in public. Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically, couriered or not completed in black ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation. Bids submitted must be valid for a period of  90 days

A compulsory briefing session will be held at Ugu District Municipality, Marburg Stores, No. 2 Lind Road, Marburg on Wednesday, 19 February 2020 at 10:00, bidders who fail to attend this compulsory meeting will not be considered for further evaluation. Furthermore, samples to be dropped off at the Marburg Stores, No. 2 Lind Road, Marburg no later than 16H00 on or before the 13TH March 2020. Samples received later will not be evaluated.

All bid enquiries are to be directed to Phil Kanniappen: Inventory Management Officer during office hours on (039) 688 6315 or email to phil.kanniappen@ugu.gov.za

Ugu District Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017, pertaining to the Preferential Procurement Policy Framework Act (PPPFA). The Regulation prescribes that in the case of designated sectors, where in the award of bids local production and content is of critical importance, only locally produced goods, services or works or locally manufactured goods, with a stipulated minimum threshold for local production and content will be considered.

A two stage bidding process may be followed, where the first stage involves a minimum threshold for local production and content and the second stage be evaluated according to the sum of the award of points in respect of the tender value and the B-BBEE status of the contributor.

Local Content Minimum Threshold, Price and Preference will be used for evaluation. The 80/20 preferential point system will be applicable, with 80 points for price and 20 points for B-BBEE Status Level, in terms of revised Preferential Procurement Regulation in effect from 01 April 2017, Gazette Notice No. 40553 dated 20 January 2017.

Points to be allocated as follows:

B-BBEE Status Level of ContributorNumber of Points Awarded
120
218
314
412
58
66
74
82
Non-Compliant Contributor0

 

Kindly note: Regulation 44 of Municipal Supply Chain Management Regulations states that the Municipality may not make any award to a person who is in the service of the state.

 

The Council reserves the right not to accept the lowest bid or any bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid, or to reject all bids and cancel the notice to tender.

D.D. NAIDOO

MUNICIPAL MANAGER

UGU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY


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UGU- 07-1530-2020

                                      Bid Notice

                         CIDB CONTRATOR GRADING

                                4CE or Higher

TITLE OF TENDER: EMERGENCY CONSTRUCTION OF A SALTWATER CONTAINMENT BERM ON UMZIMKHULU RIVER DOWN STREAM OF ST HELEN ROCK ABSTRACTION POINT.  

CONTRACT No.:UGU- 07-1530-2020

PROJECT DESCRIPTION: DESIGN, SUPPLY MATERIAL, INSTALL 800 mm DIAMETER STEEL PIPELINES WITH NON-RETURN FLAP VALVES AND ERECT AN EARTHED SALTWATER CONTAINMENT BERM ACROSS UMZIMKHULU RIVER.

Ugu District Municipality invites tenders from relevant service providers for the design, supply material, install 800 mm diameter steel pipelines with non-return flap valves and erect an earthed saltwater containment berm across Umzimkhulu river.

It is estimated that tenderers should have a CIDB registration of 4CE or higher. Joint ventures or potentially emerging enterprises that satisfy the criteria stated in the tender data are eligible to tender.

The physical address for collection of tender documents is Ugu District Municipality at No. 28 Connor Street, Port Shepstone, 4240. No documents will be distributed at the tender briefing meeting.

Tender Documents are obtainable during the following times: 08H00 to 15H00 as from 19th of February 2020 (Wednesday).  The tender will also be advertised on National Treasury's E Tender portal and documents can be downloaded from the website free of charge.

A non-refundable tender deposit of R350 payable in cash (No cheques will be accepted) is required on collection of the tender documents.

A compulsory clarification meeting with representatives of the employer will take place at St Helens Rock Pump station; at Umzimkhulu River on 21 of February 2020 (Friday) starting at 10H00, bidders who fail to attend this compulsory meeting will not be considered for further evaluation.

Queries relating to the technical issues of these documents may be addressed to Sanele Tenza during office hours on: Telephone 0823324086, Fax 039 682 4190 email sanele.tenza@ugu.co.za.

Bids completed in accordance with the conditions indicated in documents, must be sealed and endorsed with the following relevant contract information: Ugu-07-1530- 2020 Design, Supply Material, install 800 mm Diameter Steel Pipelines with Non-Return Flap Valves And Erect An Earthed Salt Water Containment Berm Across Umzimkhulu River.

 and be deposited in the official tender box in the foyer Of Ugu District Municipality Offices at 96 Marine Drive, Oslo Beach, Port Shepstone, Phase 2, not later than the 12h00 on Friday, 06 March 2020 at which time will be opened in public. Bids that are submitted late, incomplete, unsigned or by facsimile, electronically, couriered or not completed in ink will be rejected and not accepted for further evaluation. Bids submitted are to hold good for a period of 90 days.    

Ugu District Municipality subscribes to the Preferential Procurement Regulations 2017, pertaining to the Preferential Policy Framework Act (PPPFA) principles whereby a bidder's submission will be evaluated according to the sum of the award of points in respect of the tender value and the B-BBEEE status contributor.

All Bidders are advised that this Bid is subject to a Functionality Assessment as follows:

Key aspect of criterionVerification Method 
Experience of the bidder (A reference letter head of that institution is to be supplied for each successful complete project, signed by HOD department in the institution where the project was undertaken. Only projects where approved reference letters supplied will be considered)List of Projects and appointment/reference/completion certificate letter with project period and value.
Relevant qualification (Civil/Quantity surveyor) for the site agent/Project ManagerCertified copy of Qualification to be attached 
Experience of the site agent/Project ManagerCurriculum Vitae to be attached 
Construction Method statement (relevant to the tendered project – maximum 3 pages). The method statement must include the following sub-headings: Approach Method, Time frames, Activities, installation administration, Quality management, Health and SafetyBrief (3 pages maximum)
Local presence  Lease agreement or office ownership or letter from a Ward Cllr.

 

N.B: Bidders are required to submit supporting documents to score full point

The minimum qualifying score for functionality is 60%. Bidders whose score is less than 60% will not be eligible for further evaluation.

Functionality, Price and Preference (method 2) will be used for evaluation. The 80/20 preferential point system will be applicable, with 80 points for price and 20 points for B-BBEE Status Level, in terms of revised Preferential Procurement Regulation in effect from 01 April 2017, Gazette Notice No.40553 dated 20 January 2017. Points to be allocated as follows:

B-BBEE Status Level of ContributorNumber of Points Awarded 
120
218
316
410
58
66
74
82
Non – Compliant contributor0

 

The Council reserves the right not accept the lowest bid or any bid and reserves the right to accept the whole or part of the bid, or to reject all bids and cancel the notice to tender.

 

N.B: SCM Regulation Section 44 - The supply chain management policy of a municipality or     municipal entity must, irrespective of the procurement process followed, state that the municipality or municipal entity may not make any award to a person –

(a) who is in the service of the state;

(b) if that person is not a natural person, of which any director, manager, principal shareholder, or stakeholder is a person in the service of the state; or

(c) who is an advisor or consultant contracted with the municipality or municipal entity.

 

DD. NAIDOO

MUNICIPAL MANAGER

UGU DISTRICT MUNICIPALITY


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