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NamPower tender: Construction of medium and low voltage networks

Namibia Power Corporation (Pty) Ltd (NamPower) invites bids for the construction of medium voltage and low voltage networks in the Omusati Region. The construction is for Amwaama gwaShaanika, Ouma and Ondeipanda locations.

Closing date:22 October 2021 at 11:00 Namibian Time

Bid Number: W/ONB/NPWR-12/2022

Bid Type: Open national bidding

Request for clarification:

Requests for clarifications should be received by 14 days prior to the deadline set for submission of bids.

A pre-bid meeting (non-compulsory) will be held on 29 of September 2021 at 10:00 am via MS Teams, to clarify all aspects pertaining to the bid document requirements, including compulsory documents that must be submitted. A formal site meeting will be arranged at the contract inception meeting with the successful bidder after bid award.

Contractor(s) are responsible for their own transport for the site and Pre-bid meeting.

Clarifications should be in writing and to be addressed to:

Att: Ms Elizabeth Nashidengo

NamPower Centre, 15 Luther Street

3rd floor, F3.25

Town: Windhoek

Telephone: +264-61 205 2324

Email: bidclarifications@nampower.com.na

Clarification closing date: 07 Oct 2021 at 16:30 Namibian Time

Bid submissions:

In the event of a dispute, such dispute will be resolved to the time reflected on the NamPower Digital Clock at the NamPower reception.

The Employer’s address for the purpose of bid submission is the bid box located in the entrance foyer of the NamPower Centre.

Large parcels should be delivered to:

3rd floor, room F3.25

NamPower Centre

15 Luther Street


For the attention of: Ms Elizabeth Nashidengo

Secretary to the Procurement Committee


Mathew Nelenge

Tel: +264 61 2052324

Fax: +264 61 2052324

Email: bidclarifications@nampower.com.na

Find all tender documents here

Nomvuyo Tena
Nomvuyo Tena is a Content Producer at Clarion Events Africa and is as passionate about the energy transition in Africa as she is about music and Beyonce.