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Cablegate: Imi: Invitation for Bids - Ifb#30/05 for The

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191346Z Sep 05

UNCLAS SANAA 002781

SIPDIS

RIYADH - PASS TO FCS NANCY CHARLES-PARKER. JEDDAH - PASS TO
FCS AND ATO.

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: ECON YM ECON COM
SUBJECT: IMI: INVITATION FOR BIDS - IFB#30/05 FOR THE
CONSTRUCTION OF AL ASHMOUR - MASWAR DC AND BAIT SALAH RURAL
ROAD IN YEMEN


1. The Rural Access Program of the Ministry of Public Works
and Highway is inviting international companies to bid to
construct Al Ashmour - Maswar District RR (22.33 KM) & Bait
Salah (8.30 KM) in Amran Province. The Construction period
is 16 months.

2. Bidding will be conducted through the International
Competitive Bidding (ICB) procedures specified in the World
Bank's Guidelines.

3. Qualifications requirements include:

Average annual construction turnover of twice the
project cost.
Substantial completion of 2 similar nature projects.
Availability of liquid assets and/or credit facilities USD
400 thousand.
Availability of the construction equipment.

4. A margin of preference for eligible national
contractors/joint ventures shall be applied.

5. A complete set of bidding documents in English may be
purchased by interested bidders on the submission of a
written application to the address above and upon payment of
a non refundable fee of USD 150 or the equivalent in any
freely convertible currency, plus the cost of courier for
overseas delivery of USD 50. The method of payment will be
cashier's check or direct deposit. The bidding documents
will be sent by courier for overse4as delivery.'

6. Bids must be delivered to the address below at or before
11:00 AM, OCT 19, 2005. Electronic bidding shall not be
permitted. Late bids will be rejected. Bids will be opened
physically at 11:00 AM, OCT 19, 2005 in the presence of the
bidders' representatives who choose to attend in person.

7. All bids shall be accompanied by a bid security of USD 70
thousands or an equivalent amount in a freely convertible
currency.

8. Interested eligible bidders may obtain further
information from:

The Ministry of Public Works and Highways
Rural Access Project, Central Management Office
(RAPCMO)
Off 60m Ring Road and Algiers St. Near Sanaa Expo
Center
P.O. Box: 16472
Fax: 00967-01-448106
Tel: 00967-01-448109/104/449442
E-mail: rapcmu@y.net.ye
Sanaa, Republic of Yemen

Krajeski

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