Deadline date: 14 March 2019
The government of Cameroon has received financing from the Islamic Development Bank to cover the cost of the Rural Electrification Project Phase II, and intends to use part of the funds for the construction of medium and low voltage distribution lines.
The executing agency is now inviting the sealed bids of eligible bidders for Phase II rural electrification work.
Interested bidders may obtain additional information and review the tender documents at the Rural Electrification Agency at the address below during office hours; 0800 – 1600 hours.
Rural Electrification Agency of Cameroon
BP: 30 704 Yaoundé
Rural Electrification Project Management Unit Phase II, located in Etoudi, Carrefour du Palais
Tel: (00 237) 242 75 01 66
A full set of tender documents in French can be purchased by interested bidders on the presentation of the original receipt of payment to the ARMP Special Assignment Account No. 335988 open at the International Bank of Cameroon for Savings and Credit (BICEC) with a non-refundable sum of 100,000 CFA Francs.
All offers written in French or English in four (04) copies, one (01) original and three (03) copies marked as such must be accompanied by a bid security which will remain valid for 30 days beyond the original date of validity of bids in local currency or in a freely convertible currency, and delivered to the address above no later than 14 March 2019 at 14:00 local time and shall be marked with:
International Tender Notice for Enterprises from IDB Member Countries No. 001 / AOIPM / AER / PER II / CSPM / 2019 of January 13 [B2] lancé 2019 by the Rural Electrification Agency of Cameroon for the selection of the companies responsible for the execution of rural electrification works Phase II.
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