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City of Cape Town Metropolitan tender – energy efficiency

City of Cape Town Metropolitan invites tenders for detailed audits and lighting energy efficiency interventions at council facilities.

It is estimated that bidders should have a cidb contractor grading of 7EB. Preferences are offered to bidders who will bid in accordance with the Preferential Procurement Regulations, 2017.

City of Cape Town Metropolitan tender details

Interested bidders can collect tender documents at the below physical address:

12 Hertzog Boulevard 2nd Floor,

Concourse Level

Civic Centre


Documents have been made available from 21 July 2017, and can be acquired during work hours from 08:30am upon payment of a non-refundable fee of R100 ($8).

Method of payment either cash or bank guaranteed cheque is required on collection of the tender documents.

Queries relating to the issues of these documents may be addressed to:

Sumaya Mahomed

Tel: 021 487 2084

Fax: 021 400 5678

E-mail: sumaya.mahomed@capetown.gov.za

A clarification meeting with representatives of the City of Cape Town Metropolitan will take place at 44 Wale Street, 11 Floor, Council Chambers, Cape Town on 2017/08/07 starting at 10h00.


The closing time for receipt of tenders is 10:00am on 22 August 2017. Tenders may only be submitted on the tender documentation that is issued.

Requirements for sealing, addressing, delivering, opening and assessment of tenders are stated in the Tender Data.

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Babalwa Bungane
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